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Pub Lover Apr 11th, 2008 07:08 PM


Chojin Apr 11th, 2008 07:15 PM

i didn't even notice him getting abused, but one less oversensitive idiot is always good

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 07:15 PM

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I don't hate you. :(
THE IMPLICATIONS
I am very tentatively getting all warm and fuzzy

GADZOOKS Apr 11th, 2008 07:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Chojin (Post 548274)
i didn't even notice him getting abused, but one less oversensitive idiot is always good

are you talking about Rankeri or did I miss a page?

Chojin Apr 11th, 2008 07:20 PM

i was talking about that guy whose name i don't remember

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 07:21 PM

My daughter has pulled all of her large stuffed animals into the living room, arranged them into formation, and is currently laying out on them and watching Scrubs.
I KNOW NO ONE CARES BUT IT'S CUTE AS HELL.

Chojin: Pandajuice?

GADZOOKS Apr 11th, 2008 07:23 PM

Scrubs contains sexual imagery and allusions to using drug paraphernalia

Esuohlim Apr 11th, 2008 07:24 PM

Who the hell is pandajuice

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 07:26 PM

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Scrubs contains sexual imagery and allusions to using drug paraphernalia
It also contains Zach Braff or however you spell his name and for some reason his voice amuses her.

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Who the hell is pandajuice
Some guy. He posted a goodbye forever message today.

Pub Lover Apr 11th, 2008 07:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Chojin (Post 548274)
i didn't even notice him getting abused, but one less oversensitive idiot is always good

Did he complain in some private manner? :(

GADZOOKS Apr 11th, 2008 07:27 PM

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That'd be an awesome theory and counter-point except the whole thing was predicated on my attempting humor through some gentle ribbing (as is the norm from these forums that I have picked up). I think what followed was unfair and uncalled for since I did attempt to further and add to the conversation by putting forth my opinions regarding the discussions of theology and philosophy (in that I'd rather hear someone's own thoughts and words [not necessarily wholly original] than verbatim quotes of others).

Apparantly though you were so fixated on proving me "a retard" that you took it to such a personal level. I know rule #1 on these forums is to not take anything personally, but I guess I have a hard time doing that seeing as how I come here to enjoy myself and hopefully partake in conversations that are either zany or intelligent.

Failing that, and if abuse is more the norm than gentle ribbing, then there's no real reason my being here. Have fun guys.
I though he was a girl, now I know what Chojin was talking about.

Tadao Apr 11th, 2008 07:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Asila (Post 548284)
It also contains Zach Braff or however you spell his name and for some reason his voice amuses her.



Some guy. He posted a goodbye forever message today.

Did he? Lame

10,000 Volt Ghost Apr 11th, 2008 08:16 PM

I bet he sticks around but doesn't say anything? Is there purgatory on the internet?

Tadao Apr 11th, 2008 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Pandajuice (Post 548205)
That'd be an awesome theory and counter-point except the whole thing was predicated on my attempting humor through some gentle ribbing (as is the norm from these forums that I have picked up). I think what followed was unfair and uncalled for since I did attempt to further and add to the conversation by putting forth my opinions regarding the discussions of theology and philosophy (in that I'd rather hear someone's own thoughts and words [not necessarily wholly original] than verbatim quotes of others).

Apparantly though you were so fixated on proving me "a retard" that you took it to such a personal level. I know rule #1 on these forums is to not take anything personally, but I guess I have a hard time doing that seeing as how I come here to enjoy myself and hopefully partake in conversations that are either zany or intelligent.

Failing that, and if abuse is more the norm than gentle ribbing, then there's no real reason my being here. Have fun guys.

Boo Fucking Hoo

Colonel Flagg Apr 11th, 2008 08:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Tadao (Post 548292)
Lame

Ditto.

Admittedly, I don't post in the "chat" thread very often, but to post just to say "b'bye everybody, thanks for sharing and caring" really is lame.

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 08:52 PM

I wondered why it suddenly became so empty and then I realized: It's friday night. BUGGER ALL

Tadao Apr 11th, 2008 09:14 PM

http://producten.hema.nl/

Wait for it... Wait for it....

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 09:22 PM

That was SO awesome

Sethomas Apr 11th, 2008 10:52 PM

Asila-

Human evolution is remarkably skilled at preserving the species. From a biological standpoint, a male whose testicular utility is compromised no longer serves a worthwhile function for the species. Because of this, males are endowed with the gift of a very unique sense of pain that teaches us very early in life to protect the organs that embody our evolutionary raison d'Ítre.

It's not even the degree of pain involved, and the whole testicles=manliness thing never enters the argument. Testicular pain is just unique in how the brain processes it, and you should be thankful that you were born in such a way that you will never experience it. It's not unlikely that you'll experience, in terms of raw magnitude, an equal or worse pain than what most men experience from scrotal misadventures. You've had a child--this affirms as much.

Let me put it into perspective. Imagine the flick of your index finger made by springing it off your thumb. Now, apply that to the male testes. To flick a male right on one of their testicles will induce severe pain, but not actually "extreme" and it will probably dissipate fairly quickly despite testicular pain lasting a notoriously long time. Now, imagine cutting off his penis. To do so would cause, by all means, EXTREME pain that will linger for an extremely long time and would carry with it extreme psychological ramifications inso far as the male would thenceforth be incapable of an orgasm and he would have to identify as being eternally emasculated by the most literal of senses.

Alright. Now, this works for me, but I assume it works for a lot of guys. I'm in a bizarre hypothetical situation where I have to choose between merely flicking my testicle with my own finger or cutting off my own penis by an act of my own effort. Obviously, I'd flick myself in the ball. No issue whatsoever. However, let's pretend that the universe was split into multiverses, one where I had to cut off my penis and one where I'd flick myself in the ball.

Obviously, the penis thing would suck a LOT more. But honestly, especially in proportion to the respective consequences:
After having gone through a long mental tribulation period where I have to come to terms with what's about to happen, the way the mind is wired would make it harder for me to make an instantaneous flick than to begin to cut off my penis. Obviously, TOTALLY irrational. But that's how we're wired.

That's what I think about when my testicles are in someone's mouth.

Dr. Octogonopus Apr 11th, 2008 10:55 PM

Seth, you remind me of my cousin Jarrod: full of ancient wisdom.

Dr. Octogonopus Apr 11th, 2008 10:58 PM

http://wearscience.com/design/hugger/
Does anyone else want one of these shirts as badly as I do? The robot one is best.

Asila Apr 11th, 2008 11:06 PM

I know that I can make some kind of rational and intelligent comment about the nature of a man protecting his testicles versus a woman giving birth and the various pains associated with both, because as you've said I've done the childbirth thing. From what I've heard--and you've just said this yourself--a man in pain because of some real or imagined damage done to his scrotum is pure and heart stopping pain. Pushing a child out of your body certainly hurts, but it's almost a triumphant pain, a pain that your mind can accept. A man who has been injured in that area in some manner simply wants nothing more than to protect it immediately, yeah? And so a man who has allowed someone else to place their mouth around the tenderest and least protected part of them has opened themselves up to possible harm, and thus their instinct is to protect it rather than think of it as an enjoyable sensation?

Dr. Octogonopus Apr 11th, 2008 11:12 PM

I think that shows a lot of trust. Or maybe irresponsible lust. Badum-tisch.

Misdemonar Apr 11th, 2008 11:15 PM

pandajucie shoyulda posted porn or something

Terra Apr 11th, 2008 11:18 PM

shut up


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