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This entire board is comprised of hipsters posting.

why you lyin (NSF language)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdtKbq3Omkw
 

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emilia clarke as most sexiest woman alive? lmbo
Paris Hilton deserves that title.
don't even joke about such things...


Pretty cute to me. I'm a man of simple tastes--dumb, blonde, cute, and petite.
Petite? She's like 5'10"... I didn't think you'd like a woman that tall.
 

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I wouldn't date someone shorter than 1.80m. I love my heels.
 

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Arachne said:
I wouldn't date someone shorter than 1.80m. I love my heels.
Blast you and the rest of the world* with your fancy metric system! I have no idea how tall that is.


*Not you, Burma and Liberia.
 

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I myself think that in the near future we should standardize human height at 1.79m for women and 1.86m for men.  The benefits in terms of ergonomics would be immense. 

The standardization could be attained either through generic engineering or novel approaches to orthopedic surgery.
 

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wgw said:
I myself think that in the near future we should standardize human height at 1.79m for women and 1.86m for men.  The benefits in terms of ergonomics would be immense. 

The standardization could be attained either through generic engineering or novel approaches to orthopedic surgery.

O LORD, how manifold are thy works! in wisdom hast thou made them all:


so we should meddle with His works?
 

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wgw said:
Well I think if we could pull off standardizing the height of humans, God would want us to be able to benefit from more comfortable furniture, shoes, clothing and workspace design.
Because tailoring the environment to the needs of the human, like we've been doing for millennia, is harder than engineering the human to fit their stuff. ::)
 

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My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
 

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kelly said:
My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
You had a boyfriend? Tell us more of this young fellow who must have had the patience of Job.
 

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TheTrisagion said:
kelly said:
My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
You had a boyfriend? Tell us more of this young fellow who must have had the patience of Job.
I can't formulate a response to this. It genuinely made me LOL.

Also, you're now on IGNORE.
 

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TheTrisagion said:
kelly said:
My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
You had a boyfriend? Tell us more of this young fellow who must have had the patience of Job.
 

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JamesR said:
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-Males from New York. They are homosexual by their very nature--capris, well-shaped eyebrows, "messenger" bags, and just an all around snobby personality. Californians really laugh at them.
James, we can't stay friends if you malign the great state of New York. ;) Ignoring whatever stereotype that is ^, relatedly:

Okay.

Men from New York City. Better?

All the men from San Francisco are gay too.
I'm not sure if I should be offended that you neglected to shade Buffalo, not to mention that bit to the left of the 81. likely a different colour to showcase the best part of the state.
 

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TheTrisagion said:
kelly said:
My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
You had a boyfriend? Tell us more of this young fellow who must have had the patience of Job.
Would you like to know where the body is?
 

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kelly said:
JamesR said:
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JamesR said:
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emilia clarke as most sexiest woman alive? lmbo
Paris Hilton deserves that title.
don't even joke about such things...


Pretty cute to me. I'm a man of simple tastes--dumb, blonde, cute, and petite.
Petite? She's like 5'10"... I didn't think you'd like a woman that tall.
Now for her I'd make an exception. That's the type of woman I'd be proud to bring home to mom. She's just so irresistibly cute, like My Little Pony but blonde and 3D.
 

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JamesR said:
Now for her I'd make an exception. That's the type of woman I'd be proud to bring home to mom. She's just so irresistibly cute, like My Little Pony but blonde and 3D.
The Millennials are a lost cause. Abandon ship!
 

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So apparently, Mars was home to an advanced civilization, and they were Buddhists.  ::)
 

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Arachne said:
wgw said:
Well I think if we could pull off standardizing the height of humans, God would want us to be able to benefit from more comfortable furniture, shoes, clothing and workspace design.
Because tailoring the environment to the needs of the human, like we've been doing for millennia, is harder than engineering the human to fit their stuff. ::)
When it comes to eningeering, your approach smacks of MONERGISM!!!  I prefer the idea of human nature being altered to function in synergy with inanimate objects as a sort of iconographic representation of Orthodox soteriology in the field of ergonomics.  :laugh:
 

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TheTrisagion said:
Cyrillic said:
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Will be useful once every native girl is a single mother with short hair.
Has the contagion spread across the Atlantic? All women over 30 have short hair here; preferably badly dyed as well.
We are left with androgyny and lumbersexuals. Pick your poison and cuddle up, big boy.
¿Que es esto?
 

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JamesRottnek said:
TheTrisagion said:
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Will be useful once every native girl is a single mother with short hair.
Has the contagion spread across the Atlantic? All women over 30 have short hair here; preferably badly dyed as well.
We are left with androgyny and lumbersexuals. Pick your poison and cuddle up, big boy.
¿Que es esto?
 

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Cyrillic said:
Sideburns should make a comeback.
Yes.  For a long time, I looked like this.



Then I grew a beard.  I dislike shaving my face and do not look forward to doing it again.
 

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JamesR said:
ZealousZeal said:
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-Males from New York. They are homosexual by their very nature--capris, well-shaped eyebrows, "messenger" bags, and just an all around snobby personality. Californians really laugh at them.
James, we can't stay friends if you malign the great state of New York. ;) Ignoring whatever stereotype that is ^, relatedly:

Okay.

Men from New York City. Better?

All the men from San Francisco are gay too.
You've never visited NYC, have you? 
 

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TheTrisagion said:
kelly said:
My first boyfriend was 5'7ish, and I'm a little over 5'8 - he was incredibly insecure over this and got all mopey if I wore anything other than flats around him. It should've been a sign of future drama with him.
You had a boyfriend? Tell us more of this young fellow who must have had the patience of Job.
You can get away with ^that.
 
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I hate it when one of those young guys and girls at the customer services act like they're all that, as if they're entitled to something. What I do when I encounter such people, I ask them directly; Where can I send a complain about the bad customer services in this place?. The look on some of them is hilarious. If you don't like you job, you can quit and live someone who needs it to get it.
 

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I did it. I actually did it.

Today after class I officially asked a girl for her phone number and a date. She turned me down on the grounds that she is not single, so that was a bummer. But surprisingly I am exceedingly glad that for once I actually mustered up my self esteem, broke out of my shyness, and approached a female. I finally did it after almost 20 years. I know it seems like nothing, but for me it is a major landmark in my life to finally do this. The awkwardness is no longer there as I KNOW I can approach females now.

I actually smiled today :D
 

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Awesome  8)

Were you guys talking before or was this a cold approach?
 

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JamesR said:
I did it. I actually did it.

Today after class I officially asked a girl for her phone number and a date. She turned me down on the grounds that she is not single, so that was a bummer. But surprisingly I am exceedingly glad that for once I actually mustered up my self esteem, broke out of my shyness, and approached a female. I finally did it after almost 20 years. I know it seems like nothing, but for me it is a major landmark in my life to finally do this. The awkwardness is no longer there as I KNOW I can approach females now.

I actually smiled today :D
*fistbump*

Good job, James!  :)
 

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JamesR said:
I did it. I actually did it.

Today after class I officially asked a girl for her phone number and a date. She turned me down on the grounds that she is not single, so that was a bummer. But surprisingly I am exceedingly glad that for once I actually mustered up my self esteem, broke out of my shyness, and approached a female. I finally did it after almost 20 years. I know it seems like nothing, but for me it is a major landmark in my life to finally do this. The awkwardness is no longer there as I KNOW I can approach females now.

I actually smiled today :D
It's something.
 

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I was organizing some photos on my iPod and I accidentally deleted quite a few that were especially meaningful to me. I'm still pissed off at myself for that.
 

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Baby steps, Cryllic.

JamesR will be married before he graduates ;)
 

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Olivia said:
I was organizing some photos on my iPod and I accidentally deleted quite a few that were especially meaningful to me. I'm still pissed off at myself for that.
Didn't sync any of your photos with the cloud?
 

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JamesR said:
I did it. I actually did it.

Today after class I officially asked a girl for her phone number and a date. She turned me down on the grounds that she is not single, so that was a bummer. But surprisingly I am exceedingly glad that for once I actually mustered up my self esteem, broke out of my shyness, and approached a female. I finally did it after almost 20 years. I know it seems like nothing, but for me it is a major landmark in my life to finally do this. The awkwardness is no longer there as I KNOW I can approach females now.

I actually smiled today :D
Congrats!
 

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Olivia said:
I was organizing some photos on my iPod and I accidentally deleted quite a few that were especially meaningful to me. I'm still pissed off at myself for that.
Didn't sync any of your photos with the cloud?
No, I actually forgot about that. I probably should set up my cloud to begin with.
 

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Olivia said:
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Olivia said:
I was organizing some photos on my iPod and I accidentally deleted quite a few that were especially meaningful to me. I'm still pissed off at myself for that.
Didn't sync any of your photos with the cloud?
No, I actually forgot about that. I probably should set up my cloud to begin with.
Yeah I hear you, I had quite a few meaningful photos I lost as well....but after some time past I totally forgot what those were now...
 

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JamesR said:
I did it. I actually did it.

Today after class I officially asked a girl for her phone number and a date. She turned me down on the grounds that she is not single, so that was a bummer. But surprisingly I am exceedingly glad that for once I actually mustered up my self esteem, broke out of my shyness, and approached a female. I finally did it after almost 20 years. I know it seems like nothing, but for me it is a major landmark in my life to finally do this. The awkwardness is no longer there as I KNOW I can approach females now.

I actually smiled today :D
Correct me if I'm wrong, but you are about 20 years old.  So when you are saying "after almost 20 years", this is really your first time ever you asked someone out?

Kudos for you by the way.
 
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