|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-12-15 |
From the comments:
"You basically rationalize that its best (how society thinks) not doing that. Its probably the same thinking you have about rich people. But yeah, place success barriers on yourselves and lie to yourselves and lead your mundane life."
So the answer to life is LITERALLY "fuck everybody?" Nice to know it applies to banking fraud as well as sexual assault, I suppose.
|memedumpster - 2013-12-15 |
wtf, Canada. Stop making me suddenly glad I'm American.
Torontonians secretly think they're Americans. The rest of us just roll with it; there's not much you can do about a city that's forgotten how to go out for a rip, bud.
If you don't mind, when the water wars start, we're just going to invade around Toronto.
Have at it. You can make it your new Detroit; I heard your old one died of neglect.
It didn't die, it was repurposed into the Logan's Run Sanctuary Land Theme and Recreation Park. Urban Renew-RENEW!
|Riskbreaker - 2013-12-15 |
That preview image, you can almost smell her fear.
|infinite zest - 2013-12-15 |
This guy is a douchebag for doing what he's doing, but it does raise an interesting point, and last week's Savage Love backs it up. A girl writes wondering why a cute guy at her workout facility casually smiles at her in passing, maybe says hello, and then doesn't take things any further, as if she is doing something wrong. Dan Savage's response is that men with any sense of respect for self or others have gotten to the point where "hitting" on a girl anywhere outside of a bar or online dating website is considered creepy, so she should take the initiative and ask him out instead.
So what it boils down to is that if a cute girl comes up to a guy and says nice things it's like "high five bro" and if it's a guy that comes up to a girl and says the same thing it's "auto-creep." I dunno.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-12-19 |
Why don't these women carry Mace with them?
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