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Posted by5 hours ago

My previous highschool there was this extremely feminine looking boy who used to make fun of me a lot for some reason along with his friends. He had a nasty attitude but despite his rudeness towards me he was very beautiful.

外围体育投注He reminds me of this guy:

Yes that's a man. A 23 year old man. And hes not transgender or anything like that he was born that way.

外围体育投注Anyway eventually I started to make rape threats to him and go into detail of how I would sexually assault him. I also said I'd invite other boys and girls to please themselves with his cute girly face and curvy body.

The teachers didn't know what was going on.

He got even angrier with me and wanted to fight me. We never did and eventually we left each other alone.

外围体育投注But I feel bad for doing that even though he bullied me.

In your opinion is threating a man with rape as bad as doing it to a girl? Would it be more threatening and intimidating and more morally wrong?

外围体育投注edit: as I said in a comment this dude would trash talk me with his friends and I tried to ignore them. Eventually he spread rumors about me and he once threw away my lunch that I paid for. I know it was him or his friends because they were laughing at me when I came back from the bathroom and looked confused when I couldnt find my lunch.

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Posted by8 hours ago

I'm talking about the never ending criminal. Robs people, etc. Harrasses. Not just once ot twice, I'm talking this guy has been to jail over over again and is a complete menace to society. Why dont we just eliminate these kinds of people. Why is this bad? Why wait until the next crime?

Edit: By eliminate I mean euthanize.

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Posted by21 hours ago

Whenever the topic of birthdays come up I always make it clear that im not that keen on big birthday celebrations, yet they always ask "why don't you do anything for your birthday".

外围体育投注(Tbh I don't know why I don't like big celebrations, maybe because I'm socially awkward or I feel like putting your self at the centre of attention because X years ago you were born isn't a valid excuse)

外围体育投注Anyhow, now they are actively going out of their way to celebrate my birthday, and it's not that I'm not grateful of them but I just wish they didn't. Am I the one in the wrong here or should I just roll with it and be happy that I have people that care about me.

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Posted by22 hours ago

To be clear I don’t mean The Civil Rights Movement specifically. I mean a movement for civil rights and equity such as the disability act or women’s suffrage.

I personally believe that being in opposition of anything like this will always lead to you being remember poorly, but has that ever not been the case?

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Posted by22 hours ago

外围体育投注Obviously, some are insults, but I always wondered why exclamations like fuck, shit or what the fuck are considered bad. And what's wrong with simply expressing your thought like, for example, "This movie was fucking bad!" Why do people get so offended by curse words?

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Posted by1 day ago

Do you call someone? Do you bury it? (Living in a densely populated city would make that hard) do you take it somewhere? I’ve been wondering for a while it just seems like such a strange thing to ask?

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Posted by1 day ago

I didn't vote last election because I didn't like any of the candidates. Not just Republican or Democrat, but across the spectrum. The way I see it, if you're "Voting for the lesser of 2 evils", you'll still be voting for evil.

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