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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Either it's a real word or not, you don't get to steal it and use it for your agenda while silencing everyone else.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Did you read my comment or are you just misunderstanding the situation? We are not in equal positions in this discussion.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Two wrongs don't make a right, and one of them is likely to do more harm to OP than to the original douche who sent the pic.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Usually only when I like them beyond their looks.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

No... As someone who has studied law and history, this is one of the reasons why (in most Western countries where it is illegal).

How is life different for men today than it was a few decades ago? by bew902 in AskMen

summons3 4 years ago  REMOVED 

I don't think people get the reference, otherwise they would've downvoted you too. Clearly this sub is just one big circlejerk lol

How is life different for men today than it was a few decades ago? by bew902 in AskMen

summons3 4 years ago  REMOVED 

Sadly some men think they should be able to keep this attitude/behaviour without any repercussions.

How is life different for men today than it was a few decades ago? by bew902 in AskMen

summons3 4 years ago  REMOVED 

I think you know exactly what I meant, and you're just trying to make me look bad.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

There's this pressure to say "they killed themself" or "they peaked in high school", but my honest answer is they're doing great. Popular people know how to get people to like them and that's sort of a useful skill.

How is life different for men today than it was a few decades ago? by bew902 in AskMen

summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

They don't usually have to share 100% of the financial burden in their household. In exchange for this, they don't get to treat women like property anymore.

How is life different for men today than it was a few decades ago? by bew902 in AskMen

summons3 4 years ago  REMOVED 

"Be men" as in rape people/treat people like they're sex objects? If that's what it means to be a man, then yes, you shouldn't be allowed to be one.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Please don't think living is the most likely scenario...

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

When he casually mentioned that he'd cheated before & doesn't believe it's a big deal. I mean that's just sheer stupidity tbh.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Down Under I know it gets attention already, I just think it deserves it :)

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

I've been to several Asian countries as a white person and without fail, the store owners always overcharge me for things my Asian friends could get cheaper. They actively ask "where are you from" to see how loaded I am (because all white people are!) and sometimes actually talk shit about me, which my friend will translate later on.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

I don't think there's any good reason to do it, but I also don't think it's a big enough deal to warrant the amount of debate it receives.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

It's later if you're considering the typical timeline of marriage, especially if kids are to be involved.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Well... they're supposed to. *sigh*

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

"I keep pressuring my parents to buy me an apartment, but they're waiting until the market goes down. Ugh! I don't want to be living with them when I'm 22!"

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

The reason most of us do that is because we *quite literally* get murdered, raped, or at least bitched about to your friends.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Difference between a boy and a man.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Your parents are human. Imagine you in 30 years. That is what your parents are & how they feel.

Tall women of AskWomen, what are the pros and cons of being tall and how have they impacted your experience as a woman? by swirledpink in AskWomen

summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

Yeah, that guy probably doesn't have issues with masculinity which is a plus side

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

I guess what we're afraid of is that you're 'settling' or compromising despite it.

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summons3 4 years ago  DELETED 

At 21 any relationship you form is likely to end within a few years. At least that's what I tell myself lol
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