In this world of “I don’t give a fuck,” and “I’m a bitch, and?” I just keep getting more and more turned off. I don’t know what it is but I thought women were supposed to have that subtle sensitivity to them. Now it seems like they’re trying to be extra hard, or they’re proud to be “bitches” which is completely unattractive.
Maybe I’m just tripping though, because that’s not what I expect women to be like. I always thought of them with a nurturing side that I’d like my kids to be exposed to … not some female walking around telling people to “suck my dick”. F’real?
It also makes me wonder … why are people proud to be “emotionless”?
You know what kind of people I’m talking about too, those, “I don’t have a heart, I’m all about my money,” type people. So it’s cool to be a cyborg now? Ah, gotcha.
Personally I think we’re trying too hard to be hard.
Why is that the advice given for speeches and crap?
I’m thinking, if I just randomly walked into a place with a bunch of naked folks I’d be kinda creeped out (unless it was a strip club). I’d probably be even more tight-lipped cause think about, do you really think these people with tits out and balls hanging are trying to hear what you have to talk about? Unless you’re reciting an excerpt from some erotica, naked people probably don’t care.
I say imagine everyone has some huge secret that you know about and they wouldn’t want their significant other to find out about. Then you can say whatever you want and even feel comfortable enough to grin and say stuff like “YOU know…”
Folks camping out just to get an iPhone are losers.
But folks that got on line early just to sell their place in line to iPhone losers are geniuses. And lastly, folks that paid up to $600 to get a place in line, to then spend more money on an iPhone which has a very high probability of having to be recalled/fixed/reissued, are the biggest fails of all.
I wonder when the internet is gonna be included in psychology classes and cases
I mean as far as disorders, new classifications of people, and stuff like that. As far as I’m concerned, the internet really opened up and introduced a new class of people never seen before. Internet fakes are a wide range and really interesting personality type. The kinda of “sub-social” life people acquire on the internet is interesting… throw in the pedos, relationships that spark without physical contact, and the “anonymously open” way people go about exposing themselves and you have your self a couple semesters of studying.
As soon as it’s available, I want a degree in internet psychology.