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Posted 12/13/15
Oh here we go.
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Posted 12/13/15

Urboistar wrote:

Oh here we go.


What? The mean the obvious Social Justice Moderating? It's a Lorren only thing so far.
Posted 12/13/15

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Urboistar wrote:

Oh here we go.


What? The mean the obvious Social Justice Moderating? It's a Lorren only thing so far.


I mean.. Nah, nvm. I'll just stay quiet and watch the show.
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Posted 12/13/15
What is the difference between "red pill" women and honey badgers? Maybe I should start my new movement called the "Sloths". For me I would never steal a women from a man, males get extremely scary when you do that, I avoid direct contact with any women I think is taken not because it's off limits but because I want to avoid male confrontation.
Posted 12/13/15
for me, im less attracted to guys with a girlfriend, i dont know why, if someone wants to over-analyze this, feel free to do so.
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Posted 12/13/15 , edited 12/14/15
The lowest circle of hell is reserved for people who try to ruin other peoples relationships.
I understand that its hard out here to find your mate, but going out of your way to ruin someone elses shit for your own gain is just morally wrong, and thats saying something coming from someone who has a corrupted moral compass. Just dont do it, you will find your alpha male who will dominate your funholes completely. Just be patient.
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Posted 12/13/15
Everyone, if you don't want to participate in discussion here, just don't.

Do not use the thread as a place just to bitch about the thread or insult Magical-Soul.

I've deleted a few of the more recent posts that were not contributing in any meaningful way (which is likely going to mess with the order of a few subsequent posts).

This is a general warning, but I will take additional action involving individuals if more posts of that sort are made.
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Posted 12/13/15

Magical-Soul wrote:


Sogno- wrote:

mangina is now the most irritating term ever


Get a browser extension to change words to other things.

I turned woman into "cunt" and users names to other funny things. Lol


I never thought about doing this, i am going to have a great time turning words like feminist into "D*ckGoblins"

anyway, I think its fair game.

I am through and through a strong supporter and believer in taking what you want, so long as you want it bad enough to face the consequences.

I mean if the love is not capable of holding up to question that could hardly be called love. I am not saying I support cheating, but i do support taking what you want. IE, if your not married and a girl is interested in you so long as you don't lie about it to the other person i see nothing wrong with it. If you can't keep them content and willing to turn others down then that's on you and it reflects a lot about your relationship.
now about the concept of being a mistress, that's strong grey zone, I wont make a comment on that grey zone because i honestly feel like there are times when things are not easy to explain or handle, and i can't condone or condemn that.
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Posted 12/13/15 , edited 12/13/15

Magical-Soul wrote:
Basically, if there was a guy you really liked, I mean REALLY REALLY liked, as in perfect, would you consider "stealing" or "taking" him, if it was an option?

Nope.

Magical-Soul wrote:If you are already in a relationship, imagine having met your current partner while he was with someone else, would you take him if you could?

Nope.

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So, what do you think about taking a random woman's man? Do you think it's horrible even if you are strangers? What do you think of women who takes a woman's man? If she doesn't know the other woman and it makes her own life better, do you still see this as an issue if she reaps all the benefits and none of the downsides?

Whores.

Magical-Soul wrote: *Opens some wine* Looks like I should plot on someone.... Someone who seems too damn happy all the time... Someone with a seemingly perfect relationship...



Any idea who it might be...?




You can try.



Edit: I mentioned this to him teehee
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Posted 12/13/15

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You can try.



Edit: I mentioned this to him, teehee.


this entire comment was glorious.
XD

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Posted 12/13/15
It's a very bad thing
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Posted 12/13/15 , edited 12/13/15

GrandMasterTime wrote:

What is the difference between "red pill" women and honey badgers? Maybe I should start my new movement called the "Sloths". For me I would never steal a women from a man, males get extremely scary when you do that, I avoid direct contact with any women I think is taken not because it's off limits but because I want to avoid male confrontation.


A Red Pill Woman is a woman who understands the biology and psychology of the male and female. They understand that society has a female bias and men have a shittier time with society than women. Red pill women normally use their information to make their personal lives better.

A Honey Badger is the same as above, but they partake in activism, debates, and they are interested in gender politics.

It would be quite horrible giving a speech talking about how compassionate you are and some girl recognizes you as the bitch that took her boyfriend.

EDIT: @PrinceJudar, you do realize that's cheating, right?! You can't do that! It's against the unwritten woman competition rules! ;-;
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Posted 12/13/15

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Magical-Soul wrote:
Basically, if there was a guy you really liked, I mean REALLY REALLY liked, as in perfect, would you consider "stealing" or "taking" him, if it was an option?

Nope.

Magical-Soul wrote:If you are already in a relationship, imagine having met your current partner while he was with someone else, would you take him if you could?

Nope.

Magical-Soul wrote:
So, what do you think about taking a random woman's man? Do you think it's horrible even if you are strangers? What do you think of women who takes a woman's man? If she doesn't know the other woman and it makes her own life better, do you still see this as an issue if she reaps all the benefits and none of the downsides?

Whores.

Magical-Soul wrote: *Opens some wine* Looks like I should plot on someone.... Someone who seems too damn happy all the time... Someone with a seemingly perfect relationship...



Any idea who it might be...?




You can try.



Edit: I mentioned this to him teehee


Ily for all of this
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Posted 12/13/15

lukedollo wrote:
this entire comment was glorious.
XD

It about sums it up.



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Posted 12/13/15 , edited 12/13/15
I don't think it's really possible to steal someone else's partner. Maybe you can seduce them but, ultimately, the choice is that person's to make. There's also a difference between having a fling and actually going all-out and dumping your partner for someone else.

That being said, since people recognize these machinations to be destructive, it makes little sense to intentionally engage in such behavior if the benefits aren't worth the harm caused. There is also a real possibility of actual bodily injury if you do things like this, so that must be taken into consideration as well. You may also make more enemies by doing this and, in my book, it's never worthwhile to make someone an enemy if you can keep yourself on their good side just in case it's beneficial to you later on. You'd be surprised how bad it is to piss off the wrong person, whether the person has violent tendencies or is in a position of power you don't know about, such as being your future employer. You never know these things, so it's not wise to take risks like this without careful consideration.

Just because a number of people would do it doesn't make it reasonable. People text while crossing the street and they drink and drive, and those certainly aren't reasonable behaviors.
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