Response to 23 Times Teens Just Took It Way Too Far:
Did you have a fat blunt for them?
Why do you feel the need to bring that up every time a fat or skinny person is mentioned, though? People know that being at an extreme weight is hard on your body. It’s really common knowledge. Many very thin or very fat people have other health issues that contribute to their body size - it’s not helpful to assume that the size of someone’s body is controlled by a single choice they’re making. “that’s not loving your body. You are putting your body through unnecessary stress” makes an awful lot of assumptions.
> “…an industry that is by a vast majority sexist and degrading toward women and homosexuals.” This is common to a lot of industries, though. If women and queers stay out of industries hostile to them, they aren’t going to have many places left to work.
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I always like it when people have IQ’s high enough that they think they can brag about it, but they aren’t smart enough to understand that we can’t accurately measure IQ that deviates too far from the mean (if we can accurately measure it at all, and if it means anything, which is another topic). If anyone ever insists their IQ is (for example) 174, they are either lying or they fell for an online scam. Also, someone with an IQ of (e.g.) 160 is not “worth” four people with an IQ of 40. That is a disgusting idea.
Response to 16 Things Dudes Need To Stop Wearing In 2016:
You will have to peel the remnants of my joggers from my dead crusty body. They are the most comfortable pants. I don’t even care. I only wear them for jammie jams tho. ADDITIONALLY: low-rise jeans look like normal jeans on me cuz I’m short. Normal jeans come up to my damn nipples. It’s not a good look!
PS Ball caps look stupid on a lot of people. It all depends on what you’ve got to work with and where you’re trying to go, know what I’m saying?