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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

GrandmasterCoolio wrote:

I have never seen someone write six hundred and sixty-six words in an attempt to rationalize creepily staring at random strangers because their shirt exposes their cleavage.

Poe's Law has taken effect ladies and gentlemen.


So when you go to the beach, what do you when you see a hot girl with a hot body ? Assuming you are straight, most guys will look a it.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

KarenAraragi wrote:


GrandmasterCoolio wrote:

I have never seen someone write six hundred and sixty-six words in an attempt to rationalize creepily staring at random strangers because their shirt exposes their cleavage.

Poe's Law has taken effect ladies and gentlemen.


So when you go to the beach, what do you when you see a hot girl with a hot body ? Assuming you are straight, most guys will look a it.


you look, but you don't write 666 words about why you have the right to look.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

GrandmasterCoolio wrote:

I have never seen someone write six hundred and sixty-six words in an attempt to rationalize creepily staring at random strangers because their shirt exposes their cleavage.

Poe's Law has taken effect ladies and gentlemen. Is this bait or is it serious?


So... you would be offended if a hot girl thought you were handsome and stared at your body if you had no shirt on?
Would you cover your chest and tell her, "Stop sexually harassing me"
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

KarenAraragi wrote:

So when you go to the beach, what do you when you see a hot girl with a hot body ? Assuming you are straight, most guys will look a it.


Really now? I'd be interested in seeing the statistical evidence and studies you used to come to that conclusion.
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I don't think they are responsible for rape and such, it is just that they seem to emphasize being victims and think that only men are responsible for ugly behavior. I guess their solutions would make sense if they were right. The problem is that they aren't right and aren't willing to admit it. It's the same with those minorities that insist they deserve compensation now for the bad things their ancestors endured.


We live in a world that tells women not to be raped instead of telling boys

We also lives in a world that tells people to stop smoking instead of telling cigarettes to stop killing people
We live in a world that tells journalists not be caught by terrorists instead of telling terrorists not to kill journalists
We live in a world that tells people to avoid wild animals instead of telling wild animals not to kill people
We live in a world that tells people to lock their doors instead of telling thieves not to steal...

We DO tell people not to commit rape. And possible victims should take steps to protect themselves. Same goes for theft and terrorism. We punish people for such crimes but potential victims ought to take steps to protect themselves. Fat lot of good telling people that stealing is wrong when you live in a high-crime area and have a habit of leaving your windows and doors open. It is well-known that rape and theft are wrong, but expecting that your righteousness will deter actual crime is a little ridiculous. If you want to actually protect yourself, you'll want an actual result rather than simply knowing that you're right. You don't intentionally stay in or enter a dangerous situation. That's pretty stupid in its own right. It might be a messed up situation, but you should minimize risk to yourself by taking appropriate measures if possible. Not doing so means not being grounded in reality. The fact that a situation shouldn't be a certain way has no bearing on how the situation actually is the moment you decide to enter or remain in it. The day that people gain godlike psychic powers that instantly alter reality at will is the day that the quoted lines make sense.

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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

silversongwriter wrote:

So... you would be offended if a hot girl thought you were handsome and stared at your body if you had no shirt on?
Would you cover your chest and tell her, "Stop sexually harassing me"


I wouldn't personally be offended, but I could understand if someone was. My personal feelings don't universally apply to all human beings.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

GrandmasterCoolio wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:

So when you go to the beach, what do you when you see a hot girl with a hot body ? Assuming you are straight, most guys will look a it.


Really now? I'd be interested in seeing the statistical evidence and studies you used to come to that conclusion.


don't fall for it.....
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ln3oYb1nSPg

Personally, I don't see anything wrong with what this man was doing.,.. It's his busienss, he wasn't hurting her. If he wants to give women raises for being sexy, he should have that right as an employer... don't like it, find another job.

I think that groping women, sexually insulting them, and demanding sex from them should be the only two things to qualify as sexual harrassment.
I think the idea of sexual harrassment laws were good, but now it's nothing but an excuse for women to sue people and call the cops on comments they deem offensive
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LOLs.
Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

lukedollo wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:


GrandmasterCoolio wrote:

I have never seen someone write six hundred and sixty-six words in an attempt to rationalize creepily staring at random strangers because their shirt exposes their cleavage.

Poe's Law has taken effect ladies and gentlemen.


So when you go to the beach, what do you when you see a hot girl with a hot body ? Assuming you are straight, most guys will look a it.


you look, but you don't write 666 words about why you have the right to look.


Yeah I know. He ether strolling or high. Because there way better ways to word this arguments than this monstrosity.

I live by this rule. Everybody can look but not touching.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15

GrandmasterCoolio wrote:


silversongwriter wrote:

So... you would be offended if a hot girl thought you were handsome and stared at your body if you had no shirt on?
Would you cover your chest and tell her, "Stop sexually harassing me"


I wouldn't personally be offended, but I could understand if someone was. My personal feelings don't universally apply to all human beings.


But even if they are? Why is it that big of a deal. If some dude, for some strange reason, has a problem with being stared at by girls who find him attractive, then he should stop his Jacob from Twilight cosplay.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15



So you saying girls don't want to have just sex and fun? Listing buddy. Expecting somebody to no want just sex and fun, is equally shallow.

If you want to be in one person relation/romance with the other person. I suggest you laid the rules for dating before doing anything else.


Expecting somebody to not want to just have sex and fun is equally shallow? The definition of shallow is "lack of depth", taken to common talk to mean "lack of meaning". If "just having sex and fun" has as much meaning to you as a full relationship, then I guess you're right. But since meaning is subjective, you may be wrong also, from person to person individually.
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Posted 11/7/15 , edited 11/11/15
im not going to fall for your failbait, but i will [removed by mod] for thinking girls should get raises for looking pretty.....In a workplace that is considered worse then giving a raise to a brown-nose.

but please proceed, i can't wait for the political people to get here XD
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