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Topic: It's a trap!
Posted: 10 Apr 2013 01:25

Post your best finds! <img src="/images/emoticons/evil7.gif" alt="evil5">


Topic: How many women's asses have you come inside?
Posted: 07 Apr 2013 17:42

I admit it, I really like anal sex. It's tight, it's wrong (well, not really), and it's sexy as hell.

I've "tried it on" with almost every woman I've slept with (not bragging, but probably close to 40).

I can recall only 4 who were really into it. The majority weren't interested in even trying it.

So, fellow anal lovers, how many women have you had anal sex with? What percentage were into it? I'm guessing it's maybe only 10% of women (from my limited experience at least).

Topic: Favorite Porn Stars - Post a Video
Posted: 03 Apr 2013 19:17

Sasha Grey - artsy masturbation scene:


I love the lipstick / look she has in this clip.

Topic: Should obese people be classified as disabled?
Posted: 07 Mar 2013 00:54

I hadn't thought of it that way around Coops.

I've been told that the majority, around 90% of very fat / obese people, are like that through bad diet and lack of exercise.

If obesity becomes the norm, and perfectly accepted in our society as an inevitable outcome of our developed world, and selfish consumption, then god help us.



Yeah, really fucking funny.

Topic: Should obese people be classified as disabled?
Posted: 06 Mar 2013 02:24

Thank you for the replies.

It was probably ill-judged of me to perhaps use that headline as the catalyst for my post, but after being squashed in an international flight recently (after being charged $20 per kg extra in luggage - when the guy sitting next to me weighed at least another 50 kg), and then seeing ads for "The Biggest Loser", almost as if it were glorifying the whole issue, I snapped.

I thought "What's eating Gilbert Grape" would put this incredibly important issue in the limelight. Guess what happened? Nothing.

30% of adults in the developed world are classified as obese, and all I see around me are people trying to 'protect their rights" or some other bs.

They are obese. Nearly all of them are that way through choice. Educate people, help them, help society. Don't put them on game shows for public mockery, it belittles us all.

Topic: Should obese people be classified as disabled?
Posted: 05 Mar 2013 15:26

This is the typical pandering I'd expected on a mostly US based forum. I don't wish to appear insulting to those who are obese through no fault of their own - they are in a small minority.

Obesity is a serious issue, it effects us all on a global level. There doesn't seem to be enough being done about it.

Education is the key, at grass roots levels. In schools. Canteens should serve only healthy foods. Kids should be taught about nutrition in classes. They should be told that being 100 Kg at the age of 16, is incredibly unhealthy. Have after school fat camps if necessary.

Making TV Shows about them, and putting them up for ridicule and for entertainment value like that, is obscene.


More than one billion adults across the globe are overweight, and at least 300 million are clinically obese. This column argues that the obesity epidemic in the US has been creeping up throughout the twentieth century, much earlier than the official account acknowledges. Current US standards thereby mislead many overweight and obese youth into believing that their weight is normal when it is not.

You think obesity is primarily caused by medical conditions, which have until the last few decades, hardly been heard of?

the “creeping” nature of the epidemic, as well as its persistence, does suggest that its roots are embedded deep in the social fabric and are nourished by a network of disparate slowly changing sources as the 20th-century US population responded to a vast array of irresistible and impersonal socio-economic and technological forces.

The most obviously persistent among these were:

• the major labour-saving technological changes of the 20th century,
• the industrial processing of food and with it the spread of fast-food eateries (To illustrate the spread of fast food culture, consider that White Castle, the first drive-in restaurant, was founded in 1921. McDonald started operation in the late 1940s, Kentucky Fried Chicken in 1952, Burger King in 1954, Pizza Hut in 1958, Taco Bell in 1962, and Subway in 1962.),
• the associated culture of consumption,
• the rise of an automobile-based way of life,
• the introduction of radio and television broadcasting,
• the increasing participation of women in the work force, and
• the IT revolution.

These elements – taken together – virtually defined American society in the 20th century (Chou et al. 2008, Cutler et al. 2003, Hamermesh 2010, Lakdawalla and Philipson 2009, Offer 2006, Philipson and Posner 2003, Popkin, 2004).

Noteworthy in this regard is that the timing of the first accelerating phase after World War I among whites coincided with the spread of radios and automobiles, while the timing of the second accelerating phase of the 1950s cohorts among both blacks and whites coincided perfectly with the spread of television viewing and the spread of fast food consumption.

Topic: Should obese people be classified as disabled?
Posted: 05 Mar 2013 02:06

I think this is ridiculous: http://espnfc.com/news/story/_/id/1363388/obese-fans-to-be-offered-2014-world-cup-tickets?cc=3436

It's almost like rewarding someone for being a glutton.

Obese fans to be offered World Cup tickets

FIFA has told the Associated Press that obese fans will be offered special tickets at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Under Brazilian legislation at least 1% of seats in each stadium are to be made available for people with disabilities, including those classified as obese.

FIFA confirmed it is the "first time tickets for obese people are offered at a FIFA event", with supporters from all nations entitled to the tickets, which will also be available for June's Confederations Cup.

I've even heard it being called a "disease".

A friend of mine is a doctor. He told me that only roughly 10% of obese people, have a medical condition, which causes it. That means that 90% of obese people should simply eat less, eat better food, and do more exercise. That would solve their weight problems.

Why should I pay the same for a seat on a flight, next to an obese person who's spilling out on to my arm rest?

I think classifying obese people as disabled, kind of protects them from facing up to the real issues, and the problems that obesity causes.

Disabled, my ass. Crazy.

Topic: Lights Off Sex - Why do some women prefer it?
Posted: 04 Mar 2013 16:43

As philosophical as ever WMM!

Thanks for the replies.

Topic: Lights Off Sex - Why do some women prefer it?
Posted: 02 Mar 2013 21:12

I was listening to Interpol earlier (track below), and a line in there reminded me of an ex of mine, who always preferred the lights off during sex.

She wouldn't tell me why. In the end, I figured it out (nothing to do with my physical traits).

My question, why do you think some women prefer the lights out during sex? What's the most common cause?

A poll is attached, please vote.


Topic: I find this ad absurd on so many levels
Posted: 20 Dec 2012 17:03

I thought Amish didn't have electricity? How are they supposed to hook up here? http://www.amishdatingsite.com/

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