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#1 Edited by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

Gonna leave this up for literally 5 minutes

*Boom*

If you're one of the lucky few who stumbles upon this thread in that short period of time...congrats...far right.

...Yeah, I can't help that my breasts are so big. I blame my parents.

#2 Edited by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

Up to you. I wore shorts, sweats, and jeans with any random shirt in college. Even pajamas occasionally. Lol. I still wear sweatpants, and sometimes my tank if I'm going to the gym afterwards, as I'm in lawschool. Hasn't stunted my professional growth or anything. I mean, I still wear sweatpants half the time I go to work at my firm... but we r e pretty casual about dress code and I'm the only one who takes it to that extreme.Lol

#3 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

@gunsout said:

Boys and girls, I present you with conventional wisdom before the feminists and their lapdogs seize control of the sophistry regurgitation emulator — that chicks dig jerks. My good friend has sent me sent me a link to this study.

Teh !Science! :

Women choose bad boys because their hormones make them, new research suggests. When ovulating, a woman’s hormones influence who she sees as good potential fathers, and they specifically pick sexier men over obviously more dependable men.

“Previous research has shown in the week near ovulation women become attracted to sexy, rebellious and handsome men like George Clooney or James Bond,” study researcher Kristina Durante, of The University of Texas at San Antonio, said in a statement. “But until now it was unclear why women would ever think it’s wise to pursue long-term relationships with these kinds of men.”

The researchers had women view online dating profiles of either a sexy man or a reliable man during periods of both high and low fertility. Participants were asked to indicate the expected paternal contribution from the men if they had a child together based on how helpful the man would be caring for the baby, shopping for food, cooking and contributing to household chores. Near ovulation women thought that the sexy man would contribute more to these domestic duties.

“Under the hormonal influence of ovulation, women delude themselves into thinking that the sexy bad boys will become devoted partners and better dads,” Durante said. “When looking at the sexy cad through ovulation goggles, Mr. Wrong looked exactly like Mr. Right.”

What’s particularly interesting about this study is that it proves women don’t just seek bad-boys for short-term flings; when a woman is at her horniest, she wants sex AND loving commitment from the jerk. And she deludes herself into believing the jerk wants the same thing. (Or rather, her hormones help fuel her brain into believing the unbelievable.) This goes a long way to explaining why women take on “project” men and attempt to reform them. It’s not because women are nurturers who want to save jerks; it’s because women are TURNED THE FECK ON by jerks and want desperately to keep them around and help raise the children they hope to have with them.

This flies directly in the face of the assertion by feminists, SJW's and nerds (oh my!) who love to crow, without any evidence in hand, that women only want to sleep with jerks for a night, and want nothing to do with them the rest of the time. But of course, all that baseless crowing reveals is the phlegmy bile of bitterness dribbling down their porcine, slackened chins.

I've said this before - no matter her IQ, education or background; in the matter of women, emotions always trump reason. They were designed that way.

Eh, you realize women only ovulate for a limited period of time, right?

#4 Edited by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

@lunacyde said:

@blade_r: I wouldn't say full of...

There are a lot of better places to look.

^This lol

#5 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

Speak for yourself, I definitely fear both.

Also, I think both rats and squirrels are cute.

#6 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

@dernman said:
@jezer said:
@dernman said:

@jezer: It's been a long time but it was Kurama who was my least liked character on the show out of the main cast.

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Why was Kurama your least liked?

He's calm, calculating, cool, compassionate, and ice cold. 10 steps ahead of everyone and fights the most intelligently. How could you not like him? lol

Those characteristics don't bother me as I've like them in other characters but they just came together in a way I didn't like with him. I don't think there is another way to explain it. I think the only time I liked him was back when he was getting beat by someone he felt he shouldn't have and reached back at his darker more powerful past self.

Hmm you should re-watch the series. Maybe you'll like him better now

Also, the episodes are only 20 minutes. So you get a couple episodes if you have a spare hour or two.

#7 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

@dernman said:

@jezer: It's been a long time but it was Kurama who was my least liked character on the show out of the main cast.

0________O

Why was Kurama your least liked?

He's calm, calculating, cool, compassionate, and ice cold. 10 steps ahead of everyone and fights the most intelligently. How could you not like him? lol

#8 Edited by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

@dernman said:
@jezer said:

Vegeta. A poor man's Hiei.

Goku. A poor man's Yusuke Yurameshi.

I can see the comparison for Vegeta and Hiei but not for Goku and Yusuke.

Probably because Yusuke actually has a well-developed and evolving character, as well as being extremely witty/cheeky. So he is indeed rather different from Goku.

However, both fight simply for the purpose of fighting(though usually people's lives are on the line and Yusuke shies away from that as the series goes on), both participated in fight tournaments and lost despite being the main character(I know Gokus lost as a kid, Yusuke lost the Demon tournament), Goku turns out to be an alien, Yusuke is part demon, Goku transformed into a giant ape while Yusuke once transformed into the form of his demon ancestor, both strengthen their power levels conveniently during fights(sometimes through an emotional push), both have died and come back to life, etc.

#9 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

^ Stole my response. Double texting is kind of pushing it, just never go over. Maximize your text game lol

#10 Posted by Jezer (3267 posts) - - Show Bio

The Adventures of Kvothe the Arcane: Arliden's son, Ruh Bastard, Kingkiller, fresh new Chandrian hair as red as the blood he spills, rumored to have killed an angel and tricked a demon for his heart's desire, youngest person ever admitted the Arcane and possibly the University, Alar like a blade of Ramston Steel, trained by the Adem Mercenaries, spent the night with Felurian and left with both his life, sanity, and enough sex lessons to write a short instructional guide, earned his silver pipes on his first try playing the lute at the Eolian....(but seriously, if you haven't read the books, you probably should....especially since he just got both a movie and a videogame deal)