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big tiddy bad Anonymous 20150[Reply]

Do you think it's bad to like characters that were designed or written to be sexually or romantically appealing to moids? Where do you draw the line?
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Anonymous 21744

>>21717
NTA but probably nothing, moids either aren't hard-wired to be as reluctant to unconsensual groping from the other sex and/or women they think are attractive, or they really are so starved for this sort of affection that they don't mind.

t. have a big brother that used to get sorta fondled by classmate girls

Anonymous 21745

>>21743
Ok but there's a difference between your eyes being drawn to something before you immediately look away because it's inappropriate and straight up ogling women

Anonymous 21747

>>21717
He was visibly uncomfortable and (politely) protested, sometimes tried to cover his chest. I had forgotten about this part, honestly, now I feel even worse about it.

Anonymous 21755

>>21745
The anon the other anon was replying to has a problem with moids looking at breasts in general, not just ogling. Read for yourself >>21462

Anonymous 21790

I really don't care, and it doesn't matter. Women pretending not to like characters just because they were made to be attractive to males won't ever change the herd of salivating memelets these characters produce. If anything I care about having more male characters made to be attractive to females. Objectification is cool when it goes all ways.



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Anonymous 21783[Reply]

underground games thread

what's your favorite one? why?

i liked mad father because aya is pretty and she uses a chainsaw.
i remember playing it years ago during christmas while eating chocolate cookies. it was nice.

Anonymous 21786

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i love all those old rpgmaker games so much. ib, the witch's house and middens are probably my favorites.
outside of that genre, e.y.e: divine cybermancy is comfy.



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Graphics Novels and Non Marvel/DC Comics Anonymous 1317[Reply]

Let's talk about graphic novels and non-marvel comics (Image, Vertical, etc.). Discuss your favorite graphic novels, dole out recommendations, or diss that comic where you can't believe their artist got hired for even one job.
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Anonymous 3440

>>3419
I think it's bc Italian comics were more popular in former Yugoslavia than the rest of the world.

Anonymous 21439

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>>1317
I really enjoy reading Lucy Knisleys books, they feel so familiar and they make a good read for rainy days where you just want to be all wrapped up in a blanket drinking tea. The art is nothing too complex, but its simple enough to be a perfect medium for her stories.
>pic related, my first and fav book by her

Anonymous 21714

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Paper Girls is a really good mystery/science fiction comic, I don't want to give away much of the plot (imo it's better if you go in blind) but the art alone really appealed to me.
>>1317
Persepolis is great, I think first reading it as a teen and then again as an adult was interesting.

Anonymous 21753

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I know its DC but finished reading watchmen and the majority of prequels
enjoyed it more than I thought

Anonymous 21757

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This was my main motivation for becoming serious about inking.



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TV Series Anonymous 18571[Reply]

What do you think of:
- Parks and Recreation
- Orange is the New Black
- Elementary
- Criminal Minds
- NCIS

Also talk about your preferred series
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Anonymous 20719

- I Am Not Okay With This
Why did it have to be cancelled??
I know it's a very teenager-like show but it was still quite unique

Anonymous 21373

The wire and madmen. Peaky blinders god I can't wait till season 6!!!

Anonymous 21403

The only thing I watched here was parks and rec, and it was only for seeing april and andy. Chris Pratt is just super cute to me, and I liked how weird april is i wish she was my friend

Anonymous 21644

watched the umbrella academy on netflix some time ago and was pleasantly surprised given the usual quality of the more niche stuff on there.

Anonymous 21713

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Been binging What We Do in the Shadows this week, it's so funny and strangely sweet sometimes. Vampire mockumentary.



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Anonymous 21628[Reply]

Petite Parker or Bara Brock, which one do you prefer?
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Anonymous 21635

venom is such a stud its incredible
they knew what they were doing

Anonymous 21636

>>21628
brock most definitely - only downside is he's a blonde.

Anonymous 21639

Bara Peter

Anonymous 21707

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Flash is the patrician choice. The worst thing he ever did is act like a jerk in high school. Eddie legitimately eats people, and he's also a journalist, which is even worse.

Anonymous 21708

>>21639
Ew fuck no gross



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Anonymous 17863[Reply]

is there any sad girl rap songs?
I only know doja's cat 4 morant.
I really want songs like that but sang by a female
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Anonymous 18005

rip chynna

Anonymous 21664

>>17863
Sofijah is a swedish rapper thats nostalgic to me. But the songs are all in swedish

Anonymous 21665

>>21664
Actually listening to the other songs in this thread it seems Sofijahs music would be closer to the kind of sadgirl vibe you were getting at. Its authentic coming from a place of real suffering and sounds like its made by an individual. And it will probably sound nostalgic even if not invoking personal memories, due to it sounding like representative of simpler times

Anonymous 21702

>>18005
chynna was badass. reminds me of this

Anonymous 21705

>>17863
idk is there really a difference between sad girl rap and doomer girl rap



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Thoughts on penelope scott? Anonymous 21690[Reply]

it hurts so bad when people call her shit just cause of her new song self care and make fun of her appearance like wtf? shes not ugly. she really makes music from the heart. do you think she browses cc

Anonymous 21699

>>21690
i dont get why people think self care sucks i think its genuinely good…



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Anonymous 6727[Reply]

itt: characters who browse crystal cafe
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Anonymous 21686

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Taylor Hebert would definitely be a lurker IMHO

Anonymous 21687

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Nagata Kabi

Anonymous 21697

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Maybe?

Anonymous 21698

>>21697
The lesbian yes, Ritsuko no, she doesn't have enough time.



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How would you use the Death Note? Anonymous 21678[Reply]

If you had access to a Death Note, how would you use it? What would be the first name in your Death Note? Would you use it for personal gain, or to change the world in some way?
What would you do to avoid being caught?
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Anonymous 21682

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Never seen it.
How’s this work? Is it just a standard death wish fulfillment?

Anonymous 21683

>>21682
Write a specific person's full name on paper from the notebook while thinking of their face and they will die. You can specify the details like cause of death and time, otherwise they die from a heart attack.
There's some other nuances to it but that's the basic idea

Anonymous 21684

>>21683
I would wage a mystical war against the military industrial complex and international banking cartels with just such a book.

Anonymous 21685

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>>21684
Holyshi— it took my picture off again

Anonymous 21692

>>21678
>What would be the first name in your Death Note?
Mine.



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Why people grow out hobbies like games, anime, metal, etc after a certain age? Anonymous 5408[Reply]

Silly question out of curiosity, and no, I don't care about what others think neither I intend to stop liking what I like just because society thinks I should.

I was just wondering a few days ago. I'm 29 years old, older than most miners I believe and I still like the very same things I used to when I was a teen. None of my highschool friends, who liked the very same things as me, like it anymore. I don't think it has anything to do with time as I probably work harder than most of them and hang out just as much (even though that's not that much when compared to the average person). Also now they're into other media (mostly western Netflix TV shows) that require lots of time too.

So, I was just wondering. Are anime, games, metal and things like this actually made for kids? Why do people stop liking them after/during college. About metal I can understand, most of your angst is gone, but the others still might be fun. Do you think it might have something to do with how society sees people with the so called "manchild" hobbies?
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Anonymous 21452

I don't think OP is talking about all-time classics like Black Sabbath or Judas Priest when she mentioned Metal; she's clearly talking about edgy stuff.

I'd Black, Death, and Folk Metal are mostly for angry teens. Overall, anything heavier and more violent than Venom can be fun to listen sometimes, but is cringe af. I also think Power metal is for teens even If it's not that heavy and agressive because it is a very cringe genre with limited musical qualities.

I do listen to all these genres sometimes, but I don't think it's a secret that most people abandom them during college. Hell, "grow out of metal" is one of the oldest /mu/ memes.

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>>21446
Anon only listens to picrel on repeat

Anonymous 21457

>>21452
>Power metal is for teens
Could be! I did start listening to it as a teenager.

Anonymous 21646

>>21452
>I don't think OP is talking about all-time classics like Black Sabbath or Judas Priest when she mentioned Metal; she's clearly talking about edgy stuff.
That still doesn't make much sense. "Edgy" is a highly arbitrary and kind of vague term that people throw at anything remotely challenging the conventional idea of music.
>I'd Black, Death, and Folk Metal are mostly for angry teens.
I don't get it. I mean it did start as a youth subculture, but the amount of grown men that are listening to these genres as of today contradicts that. I guess cannibal corpse/mayhem etc. can fall into this category, but as some people posted above, they don't even cover the wide umbrella of sub- and subsubgenres(is that a word?) that sound pretty different from each other. Metal isn't memed for having 150 specific subgenres for no reason.
>Overall, anything heavier and more violent than Venom can be fun to listen sometimes, but is cringe af. I also think Power metal is for teens even If it's not that heavy and agressive because it is a very cringe genre with limited musical qualities.
It can only be as cringe as the person who listens to it is. Which isn't uncommon, but doesn't stop music from being good. What's heavier and more violent than Venom? Electric Wizard? Windhand? Cathedral? It's pretty subjective, for example all the Venom fans I've met were the edgiest, most pretentious teens I've met, because they take their music too seriously since it's a "classic".
>I do listen to all these genres sometimes, but I don't think it's a secret that most people abandom them during college. Hell, "grow out of metal" is one of the oldest /mu/ memes.
Abandon is a strong word. I think most people are just tired, not of the music but the life in general. There's less time and energy to spend on your favorite hobbies, and since metal is very passion oriented it becomes noticeable when they're not as passionate anymore. I've seen a lot of adult or even old metalheads who didn't look like it at all because it's not about the image for them anymore.

Anonymous 21674

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>>5408
I think there's a few kinds of people that grow out of hobbies. There's type one who are only really in the hobby to fit in and when they don't need it any more they drop it. Type two who are just depressed and can't find enjoyment from it anymore. Type three who basically burn themselves out on a certain hobby by going all out on it and basically only having that as a hobby, so as a solution they go in the extreme other direction and drop it. Finally there's type four where they've become so picky nothing new satisfies them any more and they've done the old stuff to death.



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