Thread: The Lara Soft FaceBook controversy and was I trolling? AKA should we be politically correct zombies scared of personal responsibility?
10-16-2013, 08:46 AM #26
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"'What a waste of space,' read one. Another: 'Heifers like her should be put down.' Yet another said I should just kill myself 'and spare everyone’s eyes.' Hundreds of hateful messages, most of them saying that I was a worthless human being and shaming me for having the audacity to go in public dressed as a sexy video game character."
10-16-2013, 08:54 AM #29
She wasn't dressed as a sexy videogame character by the way. If she was, none of those comments would have happened. She was dressed like a sexy videogame character that decided to let herself go years ago.
10-16-2013, 08:55 AM #30
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10-16-2013, 09:09 AM #36
It is not my job to accommodate her choices in life. She put the costume on, she needs to deal with the result.
10-16-2013, 09:10 AM #37
Back to the subject about why you were de-friended.
My opinion: in reading your comments, it *appears* that you accept, and support, all those hurtful comments hurled at the fat chick - including the ones that say she should die. I imagine she doesn't want to associate with someone that stands up for people that treat others so badly.
10-16-2013, 09:11 AM #38
Honestly, who cares? I met the girl when drunk in Vegas and she isn't even hot. If I'm going to get de-friended I at least want to earn it. I did when she couldn't refute the points I made.
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10-16-2013, 11:41 AM #43
HAHHAHAHA SHE'S FAT.
Not only is she fat, but looks to me like obesity, which is unhealthy, so hopefully all the negative comments about her, FORCED her to change herself and better herself.
Our society is so ass backwards that anyone that is a minority get these benefits (Rights) that nobody can say anything negative about their choices, even if their choices are stupid.
Poor Blacks (African Americans if you're insulted by the word that describes a color)
Poor Single parents (usually women, but men can get a huge group behind them as well)
Over-weight people (like the one in the OP)
Gays (Even though today I think they have more rights, and more people will stand up for them because of pity)
Adults that have abortions
If you don't want people making fun of you, or your not comfortable with yourself, CHANGE IT
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10-16-2013, 01:00 PM #44
There's a Dave Chappelle skit where he comments on how women are dressing like sloots now in the club, and it's become socially acceptable. But if you go up to any of these women, they get offended and flip out that you're treating them like a slut. Punchline goes "well you might not be a slut, but you're wearing a sluts uniform"..... If you're not prepared to be treated a certain way that's associated with the way you're presenting yourself, maybe you shouldn't dress like anymore.COBB AP ProTune by Bren of ///Bren Tuning
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^^ amen to that one. Fishing for attention and comments, but when you mack it to them they get offended and be like 'wtf u think im easy?' Well your titties are practically popping out...what else was I gonna think lol
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