Forum posts made by magical_felix

Topic Pepsi or Coke
Posted 24 Jan 2017 17:51

A city that curiously appears on both of these lists: 20 Best Food Cities / The World's 18 Best Food Cities

Must be the tourists keeping the restaurants open in whatever city it is then.

Topic Pepsi or Coke
Posted 24 Jan 2017 16:39

There's a rather big amusement park in my city. When I was a teen, Pepsi opened a stand there and challenged people to spot the difference between Pepsi and Coke (offering a full bottle of Pepsi to anyone who'd get the right answer). Most people couldn't tell the difference and the success rate was pretty damn close to a mere 50/50 (ie. a wild guess).

So yeah, I feel like this question indirectly asks people which between the two has (or had) the most successful marketing campaign(s).

What tastebudless city was this?

Topic Pepsi or Coke
Posted 24 Jan 2017 15:38

I wonder how many of you could actually tell the difference if you were blindly offered a sample of each...

Pepsi is sweeter and Coke has more bubbles. Everyone knows that.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 24 Jan 2017 11:59

I hope it isn't considered a personal attack when I tell you that you can go fuck yourself.

Stormdog should be fine with your comment. He's not a snowflake after all. Yellow snow maybe... But not a snowflake.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 23 Jan 2017 04:07

Would that be another name meaning "big cock"?

Trinket, no... I would call your thought process unintentionally beguiling but that would be a compliment in your case. Just, quiet down.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:49

No I haven't you naughty man! .

I have asked two friends. They don't know either .. yes they also googled it! Fortunately they already think me deranged.

Do you think Madonna would know? Will you tell her before you send her to my bomb shelter? ... Hey! How did you know where my bomb shelter is?

Flattery has no effect on me. I've heard it all before.

Google has it's limits.

The answer resides within yourself.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:21

That isn't quite correct. Many of these groups support abortion under certain circumstances. They were included originally in the March, but when the scope of the March was expanded, they were "ejected". Their view is still a legitimate woman's view, whether I agree with it or not, and they do represent a reasonable proportion of our female electorate.

Women from all over America descended on Washington yesterday and uttered a collective primal scream of dissent against their latest rage object: Donald Trump. Women are afraid. They fear for their rights. They believe President Trump will strip them of their birth control, let them get pregnant with no hope to abort the pregnancy or have healthcare and throw them back in the kitchen. Or something.

I didn’t go on the march.

President Obama, and the social justice warriors who fuelled his presidency, divided the country by grievance groups. Men and women. Black and white. LGBQ and straight. And most comically, divided divisions. White, Asian, black and Native American women, some cis-gendered, some transgender, some even vegan – all very, very special.
The Women’s March has had a fair share of internal strife. Who should speak? White women need to sit down and shut up. Black lesbian women should have priority. They get a voice. Privileged people (ie, everyone who is not me) don’t.
This nastiness is inevitable. When there’s a hierarchy of grievance, he (she) who has suffered most gets top billing. It’s a race to become the ain’t-it-awful worst. This negativity forces people not to find solutions but to build bigger problems so they’ll get attention. Solutions diminish emotional fever and media focus. Therefore, issues can never resolve and, if they do, new problems must be created.
Enough, already. In the quest for, and conquering of, equal rights, women have run out of real outrages. They’ve won the battles. What to do now? Consolidate power. The way to do that is shame those who are mostly happy with the advances and want to enjoy their lives. It’s tough to maintain a warlike state. In the absence of an enemy, the elders must keep the acolytes busy being true believers. Those “other” than the most righteous better watch out. 

What good does labelling and “otherising” do?

The women who don’t believe liberal orthodoxy include the chief sacrament abortion – “other”. Men (obviously) are the “other.”  The worst “other” group: white men who are patriarchal oppressors.  Then the biggest, vaguest group of “others”: people of any stripe who do not abide closely enough to the true leftist dogma.
What good does labelling and “otherising” do? Well, there’s been tremendous power in claiming the mantle of the perpetually oppressed. There’s government money and corporate bullying and media attention. It also silences people with different views.

The argument isn’t working with women any more. American women are 47% of the workforce. They enjoy unprecedented choices. Twenty-six per cent of women choose not to work outside the home. They choose to care for their families. That’s a choice.
Women are divided almost evenly anti-abortion versus pro-abortion. Many women are married and like their husbands and sons. They don’t hate men. They don’t want division.
That’s where I find myself. I’m grateful for the advances women have made. Western American women are fortunate, indeed.
The bigger issue American women face now isn’t equality but community. The ceaseless divisiveness and nasty aggression towards men is a problem. The segmenting of people by superficialities, rather than finding common ground, is causing society to stretch at the seams. The constant emphasis on victimhood separates people rather than brings them together.
The point of the women’s movement was supposed to be to elevate women. It’s turned into a systemic attack on all people who don’t follow leftist, feminist orthodoxy.
So I opted out of the Women’s March, thank you. After eight years of separating people, I’d like the country to come together.
We didn’t need a march for women. We need to start seeing human individuals. We need to see Americans. We need to re-embrace the melting pot of cultures, peoples, creeds, colours and religions and see our common ideals and dreams. We need to remember our shared identity. We need to cherish and protect our freedom to become anything – even president of the United States.
Enough division. More e pluribus unum.

That is from The Guardian Newspaper ; it was that publication's Opinion Page.

If the Democratic Party is to stop hemorrhaging votes ... I don't mean Presidential votes... I mean Congressional and Senate votes... they have to persuade those they have alienated, both women and men, that they do care. Raging on about Donald Trump is the Hillary Clinton way. The March, sadly, just seemed to be a continuation of the same... and look what happened last time. Maybe that is why Kellyanne Conway asked as to the point of the March. I am sure the GOP is grinning in pleasure and rubbing its hands in glee. But that's just my opinion.

I shall now retire to my bomb shelter for a while, in case Madonna happens by.

Have you figured out what the significance of "vegan butcher" is yet? giggles, tee hee :P

Topic Elegance Without Nudity
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:19

sounds lame as fuck

Topic If you caught someone you were attracted to, masturbating, would you stay and watch?
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:14

I'd help

#illbeyourherobaby #icankissawaythepain

Topic Big Tits or Small... What's your preference?
Posted 23 Jan 2017 03:11

it doesn't matter as LONG AS THT ASS IS FAT

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 22 Jan 2017 09:03


if they plan on being re-elected, and they hear from enough people, it will do good. if they get a few calls, it's one thing, but if people flood the boards, they will sit up and listen.

Those poor interns.

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 03:23

No I am not... truly. I know I tease but I try not to tease to the point of stupidity. I googled it... and went to the Ladies Room to ask if they knew.
I know a family from Taiwan that makes artificial meat and have eaten it. They even make artificial chicken legs built around bamboo cane. It's not to my taste. They are Taoists, so vegetarians. So by making artificial meats they are vegan butchers, right?

But I do believe it means something else. I am seeking enlightenment. I have never heard the phrase in conversation. Not playing dumb. And if it's a smart remark I would love to know what it means.

lol, so not playing.

Well then...Bless your heart.

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 03:05

That's not fair! I actually don't know what it means exactly as I have never heard it before. So no need to get mean and nasty over it.

So you're not playing dumb?

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 02:56

Only if the leash is too loose.

You sound like an excitable one that may bite when too excited.

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 02:47

Don't understand the vegan butcher bit .. sorry... but I can be rather naive because I am... certainly have been in talking with peeps on this site.
Can you explain "vegan butcher" ?? .. Like I understand the humour but not the application of the term.dontknow
Does it mean opposites of character? It's a neat term anyway and I will use it. Just hope it's not too derogatory.

Playing dumb is really unattractive now. Its the 21st century.

Seriously, I hope you find a strong role model. One that doesn't play dumb to get by.

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 02:30

Lush is the only social media site I inhabit ... and yes I am addicted. It get's like that doesn't it?. And I am not old enough to be wise, but blonde enough to get away with such... giggles.

Isn't the naivety on lush fun? I really do enjoy your vegan butcher character. Giggles :p

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 02:26

Comprehension has never been your strong suite. She's already admitted that she isn't aware of much of what's occurred beyond 10-15 years ago. I'm merely pointing things out for her.

I see a discussion you see argumentation. Maybe you're just a shit stirrer?

Any kernel of truth in my recent observation of you?

You're "discussing" with a 23 year old lesbian conservative die-hard trump supporter who resides in NYC who seems to spend most of their time on a sex site. <-- what part of that makes sense?

Read it out loud, old fella.

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 00:56

To be fair, I doubt anyone is prepared for it initially.

Hmmm.. It's like any other job. (Real) Politicians start politicking early on. A lifelong quarterback is ready to lead his offense... unless some publicity stunt was put in action and the fans voted a kicker into the quarterback position that is. Then yeah, he wouldn't be prepared.

Topic Let's stop using this sexist trope of referring to any woman as someone's wife, mother, daug
Posted 22 Jan 2017 00:29

It is pretty fucked up... it implies that a woman is only worth being thought of as a person you should care about if there is some kind of link/bond/ownership to yourself as a man. If she ain't your daughter/wife/mother... well fuck her, too bad.

You never hear someone say, "well what if that guy was your brother?"

Topic politics
Posted 22 Jan 2017 00:11

aw come on, us 23 year olds know everything.

You know enough for my blood. The blood in what body part? Well, I'll leave that a mystery for the kids. The kids love mystery.

Topic politics
Posted 21 Jan 2017 21:52

Lemme know when 11.5 million more people are working good paying, 40 hour a week - jobs (not 'customer service' 28 hour a week, entry level) after his four year term sputters to a close. Or before he pulls a Sarah Palin and resigns halfway through his obligation. If so, he can rank with Clinton/Reagan for Making America Work Again.

He might even be worthy of a 2nd term at that point.

You're arguing with a 23 year old lesbian conservative die-hard trump supporter who resides in NYC who seems to spend most of their time on a sex site. <-- what part of that makes sense? Seriously. You're supposed to get wise with age.

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 21 Jan 2017 21:30

(teaser .jpg) The Donald showing us what he's about to do to America

Have you forgotten how to post a gif? This is so sad and upsetting. You can't even work your computer anymore.

Topic What feature turns you on the most?
Posted 20 Jan 2017 21:18

a big ass

Topic Why I voted for Donald Trump
Posted 20 Jan 2017 21:10

You could've stopped right here... because this is what most of us know.

Did you flock to Washington for today's event? Were you one of the vast dozens of people who stood in awe of his greatness as he was sworn in?

Donald said there would be record attendance for his inauguration and he was right. The fewest people since John Tyler's inauguration over 150 years ago. evil4

Making America Great...again evil5

Trump's inauguration looks a lot whiter.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 19 Jan 2017 02:24

It would be great if it were possible for Lush to identify multiple account holders. Even those that post and delete. It would save the mods from having to wade through so much bullshit if members knew they couldn't get away with it.

I bet no one has ever thought of that, trinket.

Topic Which improvements or features would you like to see added?
Posted 19 Jan 2017 02:06

When you are talking in black box go back to where you were not the top of what you were reading....

omg this makes so much sense

Topic Donald Trump is exhausting me....
Posted 12 Jan 2017 08:17 stick to a fourth-grade vocabulary, just so that you're not mistaken for a "sweater vest wearing" dork? Having a conversation with you over drinks must be absolutely...stultifying.

Your misshapen cucumber tits are stultifying.

Topic Donald Trump is exhausting me....
Posted 11 Jan 2017 14:45


People using uncommon and complex words on a writers' site. How dare they.

Yes, I have used 'stultifying' in real life. The people I interact with have larger vocabularies. They may use words like profligate, pernicious, and pedantic too...

Sounds like a bunch of fragile, sweater vest wearing dorks who get together to listen to the indigenous music of Peru while sipping on fair trade kombucha.

Topic President Obama's Legacy .... What will it be?
Posted 10 Jan 2017 21:07

I believe him to be a trader

Topic President Obama's Legacy .... What will it be?
Posted 10 Jan 2017 19:51

wait, which one? both of them? ooo. clever.

Yes, haven't you ever seen mission impossible? Same tech.

Fun fact: Obama directed the sequel, that's why it sucked.