|Gmork - 2015-06-11 |
Fat person misuses words. Stop the presses.
christ, the sexual tension between you two is neutron star
this is not " a fat person misusing terms", this is now a cultural tumor spreading , all kinds of first world entitled and spoiled little shits demand the entire world to cater to their insecurities and delusions. They don't leave it here either, they lately go around file IX complaints against female feminist professors if they think they'll get a mediocre grade. they doxx and bully random people in the name of social justice. Sometimes even regret the sex they wanted so bad 8 months ago and decide to ruin somebody's life and future and the entire media blindly follows them without examining their story.
Oh, hi "VaultDweller13."
hi. wow, looks like i got carried away. or, should i say: https://soundcloud.com/kalelover69/driggered-d-ddd
|spikestoyiu - 2015-06-11 |
How do these people live in the actual, real world?
You can only either be morbidly obese or anorexic. There are no other options.
|Old_Zircon - 2015-06-11 |
Ehh, this isn't so bad, unless I missed something.
Yes it is.
BEING TRIGGERED DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU FELT UNCOMFORTABLE, YOU SELF-ABSORBED TWERP.
Jesus Christ. I hate people who discredit progressive language that refers to real things (i.e. "triggered", "toxic masculinity", etc) by using the terms sloppily & inaccurately.
Being triggered actually is a big deal, and we as a society should do our honest best to avoid triggering people who are susceptible to it. The jackass in the video isn't helping any.
I wonder if there's a safespace where she can avoid people like her doctor healthsplaining things to her.
Yeah, you know what, the triggering part was worse on second listen.
Well, we don't know much about her. She could have PTSD.
|The New Meat - 2015-06-11 |
Really, it's just easier to not to talk to them period.
|ashtar. - 2015-06-11 |
So, I just hiked 8 miles and 3005 ft of elevation to a little alpine lake in the Bitterroot mountains in Montana.
It was really nice. I plan to do much more strenuous stuff this summer, and I'm trying to get back in shape.
Did that trigger anyone?
Hiking 8 miles, eating 8 donuts; when you think about it, it's the same thing really.
About... 6 or 7 hours in (I was trying to find a trail to another lake that may no longer exist, and just generally poking around) and about 3.5 out. 40 lb pack.
(clif bar wrapper crinkling noises)
Of course not. It's a wilderness area. I dug a little hole (at least 6 inches) with a trowel and shit in that.
nice one ashy. i want to go back to montana sometime soon. all we have here are big, stupid, pretty, dumb mountains.
|Scynne - 2015-06-11 |
She admits that controlling urges takes "so much willpower" then instantly backpedals with enough ferocity to edit the video and adendum that willpower is in face a mental disorder. It really triggers me to hear this stuff spoken without irony.
|The Mothership - 2015-06-11 |
You keep using those words; I do not think they mean what you think they mean.
|Rosebeekee - 2015-06-11 |
I get where she's coming from. I tried being Bipolar for a day but I mostly got negative reactions from people and my artwork didn't improve so I figured it wasn't worth the effort and tried something else.
|fluffy - 2015-06-11 |
"the constant racing in the head of the head-thoughts"
this has GOT to be parody
please let this be parody
|RedHood - 2015-06-12 |
Basically don't say anything to this person at all unless it is something they have guided you into talking about. Then follow along in the conversation with what you presume you should answer with. Do not try and create topics of conversation as that is extremely selfish. Simply allow this person to guide you through whatever manner of conversation topic they so choose. Avoid seeming overly interested in this persons needs but also do not appear as uncaring. Remember this person is special, and different, and requires more care and attention then an average human being...because they decided so.
|15th - 2015-06-12 |
Weight is a social construct.
|hammsangwich - 2015-06-12 |
"Go for a walk" ....ya, no you don't.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2015-07-08 |
It would just be easier not to ever talk to her.
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