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ginger-ale-official: warriormale: yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes. The Warrior protects. He does this through his Prowess, his Ability to Protect. His fight Ability, combined with his Willingness to Protect, earns him Worth in the eyes of his fellow Men. Train and fight! Always protect those in need! WarriorMale Hohoho!: el UNSAFE On CompuS scriminated against? Threatened Afrad to walk arund campus? We will walk with you ginger-ale-official: warriormale: yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes. The Warrior protects. He does this through his Prowess, his Ability to Protect. His fight Ability, combined with his Willingness to Protect, earns him Worth in the eyes of his fellow Men. Train and fight! Always protect those in need! WarriorMale Hohoho!
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hufflepufftrax: ijustfangirl: jacksoopticboop: I saw people talking about this-  at 15:06, those eerie groans and whispers are NOT part of the game. I’ve skipped to this moment in a few other LPs and it’s not in ANY of them. It sounds like it says “Let me out”….? NOPE What unnerves me the most when hearing this is how “let me out” is being said. It’s drawn out, like whoever’s saying this is crying it out in absolute desperation. You can hear the pain and sorrow in it. The other thing is there a slight echo to it so whoever’s saying it sounds like they’re trapped in a room with no means of escape. This is the desperate cry, someone who is on the verge of giving up hope and is calling out one more time, pleading for someone to hear them before they fall silent and resign themselves to their fate. *screams*: hufflepufftrax: ijustfangirl: jacksoopticboop: I saw people talking about this-  at 15:06, those eerie groans and whispers are NOT part of the game. I’ve skipped to this moment in a few other LPs and it’s not in ANY of them. It sounds like it says “Let me out”….? NOPE What unnerves me the most when hearing this is how “let me out” is being said. It’s drawn out, like whoever’s saying this is crying it out in absolute desperation. You can hear the pain and sorrow in it. The other thing is there a slight echo to it so whoever’s saying it sounds like they’re trapped in a room with no means of escape. This is the desperate cry, someone who is on the verge of giving up hope and is calling out one more time, pleading for someone to hear them before they fall silent and resign themselves to their fate. *screams*
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<p><a href="http://warriormale.tumblr.com/post/172327669480/yuuri-katsuki-on-ice-ladyflowdi" class="tumblr_blog">warriormale</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://yuuri-katsuki-on-ice.tumblr.com/post/154052005436/ladyflowdi-thefingerfuckingfemalefury" class="tumblr_blog">yuuri-katsuki-on-ice</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://ladyflowdi.tumblr.com/post/154030472650/thefingerfuckingfemalefury-blackphoenix1977" class="tumblr_blog">ladyflowdi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://thefingerfuckingfemalefury.tumblr.com/post/153229703418">thefingerfuckingfemalefury</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://blackphoenix1977.tumblr.com/post/153229142357">blackphoenix1977</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pleatedjeans.tumblr.com/post/153217934441">pleatedjeans</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Three cheers for these guys [<a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/5d23it/good_guys_with_this_sign_promoting_basic_humanity/">x</a>]</p> </blockquote> <p>This is how to be a good ally.</p> </blockquote> <p>Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way.</p> <p>By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to <i>freak out, </i>to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat. </p> <p>So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes.</p> <p>So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction. </p> <p>In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and <i>do something about it </i>are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of.</p> </blockquote> <p>Please for the love of god yes.</p> </blockquote> <p><b>The Warrior protects.</b></p><p><b>He does this through his Prowess, his Ability to Protect.</b></p><p><b>His fight Ability, combined with his Willingness to Protect, earns him Worth in the eyes of his fellow Men.</b></p><p><b>Train and fight!</b></p><p><b>Always protect those in need!</b></p><p><b>WarriorMale</b><b></b></p></blockquote>: el UNSAFE On CompuS scriminated against? Threatened Afrad to walk arund campus? We will walk with you <p><a href="http://warriormale.tumblr.com/post/172327669480/yuuri-katsuki-on-ice-ladyflowdi" class="tumblr_blog">warriormale</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://yuuri-katsuki-on-ice.tumblr.com/post/154052005436/ladyflowdi-thefingerfuckingfemalefury" class="tumblr_blog">yuuri-katsuki-on-ice</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://ladyflowdi.tumblr.com/post/154030472650/thefingerfuckingfemalefury-blackphoenix1977" class="tumblr_blog">ladyflowdi</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://thefingerfuckingfemalefury.tumblr.com/post/153229703418">thefingerfuckingfemalefury</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://blackphoenix1977.tumblr.com/post/153229142357">blackphoenix1977</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://pleatedjeans.tumblr.com/post/153217934441">pleatedjeans</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Three cheers for these guys [<a href="https://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/5d23it/good_guys_with_this_sign_promoting_basic_humanity/">x</a>]</p> </blockquote> <p>This is how to be a good ally.</p> </blockquote> <p>Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way.</p> <p>By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to <i>freak out, </i>to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat. </p> <p>So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes.</p> <p>So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction. </p> <p>In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and <i>do something about it </i>are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of.</p> </blockquote> <p>Please for the love of god yes.</p> </blockquote> <p><b>The Warrior protects.</b></p><p><b>He does this through his Prowess, his Ability to Protect.</b></p><p><b>His fight Ability, combined with his Willingness to Protect, earns him Worth in the eyes of his fellow Men.</b></p><p><b>Train and fight!</b></p><p><b>Always protect those in need!</b></p><p><b>WarriorMale</b><b></b></p></blockquote>
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asynca: tallerthanatitan: punished-rainy-days: Remember what I was saying before about how microtransactions are geared specifically to exploit addicts and “If you don’t like it don’t buy it” isn’t an argument? @asynca Thank you for @-ing me.  For those of you who don’t know, I’m a specialist problem gambling financial counsellor. This means that I’m specially trained, qualified and experienced in aiding the rehabilitation of people struggling with problem gambling, and working with people who are affected by others’ problem gambling protect themselves and rebuild their lives. I spend 30% of the hours of my day job working with these people.  I’m going to make a very bold statement: micro-transactions with a ‘chance’ element are gambling. They are what is called an ‘embedded gambling element’ in a game. They may be a ‘softer’ form of gambling than sitting at a poker machine, but they are gambling. They normalise gambling to children (which has been shown to lead to problem gambling). They groom future problem gamblers, and they exploit people who have neurochemical imbalances (ie, depression). There is a very, very strong link between gambling and mental illness.  People who gamble in games are more likely to susceptible to current and future gambling problems. I’m going to focus on lootboxes in Overwatch, because it’s the game I know the most about. I also know a lot about how poker machines are psychologically designed to be highly addictive, specifically exploiting known psychological triggers to reel people in and keep them spending.  Poker machines ‘tease’ you with near wins which provide you with the same adrenaline and dopamine release as an actual win.  Overwatch lootboxes do the same - you know that feel of seeing a purple/gold coin flipping in the air??? OMG! Is it going to be THAT THING YOU REALLY!!!!-oh.  Bright colours, exciting lights, the visceral feel of pushing the button/spinning the wheel is important to addiction. Blizzard has does the same with lootboxes - by vibrating your controller. By shaking the camera. By having the lootbox rATTLE AND EXPLODE!!!! with your reward. The sounds and specially engineered to build excitement and tensions and remind you of wealth. The ‘coin’ system of the lootbox reminds you of wealth. This is all super deliberate - it’s not a mistake. Using subconscious cues like exploding money boxes!!! the sound of money, the shape of money - that’s likening the process to a lottery.  While it’s quite unlikely someone could actually spend ENORMOUS amounts of money chasing that ‘jackpot’ (the skin they really want for their character, for example), it is possible. HOWEVER, it’s much more likely that the person will have this sort of reward system normalised, will find the element of chance ‘exciting’ (because, dude, we’re psychologically engineered to be more interested in ‘chance’ events than certain/impossible events), and seek out and enjoy other similar passtimes. Like actual gambling with real money.  Every time you gamble, you change the structure of your brain. I’m not exaggerating. Every time you take a chance on that lootbox, you flood your brain with adrenaline and dopamine. The presence of those two neurochemicals changes the density of the receptors of them minutely. After a few boxes, it’s unlikely you’ll become addicted. However, if you keep doing it, your receptors change density so that you need more adrenaline and more dopamine to get the same excitement and pleasure from the hit.  Worse, this rush of adrenaline and dopamine is much, much more addictive to people with mental illness (or a susceptibility to mental illness), as the presence of these chemicals is a very unhealthy (but unfortunately effective, at least in the extremely short term) way of medicating mental illness. Unfortunately, because of the escalating changes in receptor density, it eventually makes mental illness much worse in the long run. There is a strong link between gambling and suicide.  Compare your first lootbox with the lootboxes you get now. Are you getting the same enjoyment? Nope.  Think how many times you bought 11 lootboxes…. only to buy another 11 and another 11 and another 11. It becomes mechanical, pressing that button, opening another lootbox. Kind of like sitting at a poker machine.  Think about how normal the lootbox system seems now.  Chance-based gambling reward systems in games are dangerous, and should be replaced either by work-and-reward systems (you get 10 credits per level, and you can spend these on rewards of your choice), combined with micro-transaction-based currency for people who do not have the time to commit to leveling 300 times for that epic Christmas skin.  Remove chance. Just remove it.  : Kotaku @Kotaku Follow Meet the 19-year-old who spent over $10,000 on microtransactions bit.ly/2jE8P2n 8:50 AM-3 Dec 2017 49 Retweets 117 Likes 29 t 49 117 asynca: tallerthanatitan: punished-rainy-days: Remember what I was saying before about how microtransactions are geared specifically to exploit addicts and “If you don’t like it don’t buy it” isn’t an argument? @asynca Thank you for @-ing me.  For those of you who don’t know, I’m a specialist problem gambling financial counsellor. This means that I’m specially trained, qualified and experienced in aiding the rehabilitation of people struggling with problem gambling, and working with people who are affected by others’ problem gambling protect themselves and rebuild their lives. I spend 30% of the hours of my day job working with these people.  I’m going to make a very bold statement: micro-transactions with a ‘chance’ element are gambling. They are what is called an ‘embedded gambling element’ in a game. They may be a ‘softer’ form of gambling than sitting at a poker machine, but they are gambling. They normalise gambling to children (which has been shown to lead to problem gambling). They groom future problem gamblers, and they exploit people who have neurochemical imbalances (ie, depression). There is a very, very strong link between gambling and mental illness.  People who gamble in games are more likely to susceptible to current and future gambling problems. I’m going to focus on lootboxes in Overwatch, because it’s the game I know the most about. I also know a lot about how poker machines are psychologically designed to be highly addictive, specifically exploiting known psychological triggers to reel people in and keep them spending.  Poker machines ‘tease’ you with near wins which provide you with the same adrenaline and dopamine release as an actual win.  Overwatch lootboxes do the same - you know that feel of seeing a purple/gold coin flipping in the air??? OMG! Is it going to be THAT THING YOU REALLY!!!!-oh.  Bright colours, exciting lights, the visceral feel of pushing the button/spinning the wheel is important to addiction. Blizzard has does the same with lootboxes - by vibrating your controller. By shaking the camera. By having the lootbox rATTLE AND EXPLODE!!!! with your reward. The sounds and specially engineered to build excitement and tensions and remind you of wealth. The ‘coin’ system of the lootbox reminds you of wealth. This is all super deliberate - it’s not a mistake. Using subconscious cues like exploding money boxes!!! the sound of money, the shape of money - that’s likening the process to a lottery.  While it’s quite unlikely someone could actually spend ENORMOUS amounts of money chasing that ‘jackpot’ (the skin they really want for their character, for example), it is possible. HOWEVER, it’s much more likely that the person will have this sort of reward system normalised, will find the element of chance ‘exciting’ (because, dude, we’re psychologically engineered to be more interested in ‘chance’ events than certain/impossible events), and seek out and enjoy other similar passtimes. Like actual gambling with real money.  Every time you gamble, you change the structure of your brain. I’m not exaggerating. Every time you take a chance on that lootbox, you flood your brain with adrenaline and dopamine. The presence of those two neurochemicals changes the density of the receptors of them minutely. After a few boxes, it’s unlikely you’ll become addicted. However, if you keep doing it, your receptors change density so that you need more adrenaline and more dopamine to get the same excitement and pleasure from the hit.  Worse, this rush of adrenaline and dopamine is much, much more addictive to people with mental illness (or a susceptibility to mental illness), as the presence of these chemicals is a very unhealthy (but unfortunately effective, at least in the extremely short term) way of medicating mental illness. Unfortunately, because of the escalating changes in receptor density, it eventually makes mental illness much worse in the long run. There is a strong link between gambling and suicide.  Compare your first lootbox with the lootboxes you get now. Are you getting the same enjoyment? Nope.  Think how many times you bought 11 lootboxes…. only to buy another 11 and another 11 and another 11. It becomes mechanical, pressing that button, opening another lootbox. Kind of like sitting at a poker machine.  Think about how normal the lootbox system seems now.  Chance-based gambling reward systems in games are dangerous, and should be replaced either by work-and-reward systems (you get 10 credits per level, and you can spend these on rewards of your choice), combined with micro-transaction-based currency for people who do not have the time to commit to leveling 300 times for that epic Christmas skin.  Remove chance. Just remove it. 

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<p>Invest now in some lootcrates!! via /r/MemeEconomy <a href="http://ift.tt/2z955jQ">http://ift.tt/2z955jQ</a></p>: EA And we can charge anything we want for crystals: 500 for $4.99: 1000 for $9.99; 12000 for $99.99, and people will pay itl And there's the heroes to unlock and all those lootcrates! And 1 personnally can ISNE EAI EA! This game was not made for the rich. Every Star Wars fan in the world has the right to enjoy it! EA Sure, they'll have double XP week-ends or money aLAg CONSUMERS The lack of humility before quality games that's being displayed here staggers me Well thank you Mr. Nobody but I think things are a little bit different than you and I had feared CONSUMERS Yeah, Iknow. They are a lot worse Now wait a second we haven't even seen the millions flowing in yet and No, no, no, EA, let him talk. 1 want to know how our fans feel about the game. I rea SUMERS Don't e the danger, gh Cisney, inherent in whst youre doing here? Battlefront is the most awesome Star Wars game fans have seon in à whila but you use it ike a kid that has CON SUMERS I1 tell you the problem with the shadty schemes you're uaing here it didn't require any discipine to attain it You kow you looked at what Free-to-play games had done, then you took the next stop. You didnt eam the knowedge for yoursehes so you dont take SUMERS CON You stood on the shoulder of marketing geniuses to fuck up something as fast as you could and even before you knew wht you had, you marketed it, packaged it and slapped it on a plastic box and now you're sdling t. Youre ganna sall t I don't think you're giving them our due credit. EA's marketing teams have done things no Yeah, yeah. But your marketing goons were so preoccupied with wether or not they could they didn't start to think if they should A few days later... <p>Invest now in some lootcrates!! via /r/MemeEconomy <a href="http://ift.tt/2z955jQ">http://ift.tt/2z955jQ</a></p>
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<p><a href="http://memehumor.net/post/165296922678/hawaii-is-not-part-of-the-us-news-to-me" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Hawaii is not part of the US? News to me.</p></blockquote>: Ben Reiter @BenReiter Alabama has a freshman quarterback from Hawaii, and at least one fan is concerned Barna Line NEWS¥ BOARDS. FOOTBALL. FBREC, BASKETBALL BOL Round Table he No. 1 Bama far community on the Internet Post a New Topic Back to Topics Pro Noxt Dashboard Follow Board Follow Tepic 32 from 94 ssers Tua- Language Barrier Tet Reply Chattown Tider 9 hours ago via Mobile -Conterence I haven't heard it mention, so I thought I would address the 29 montselephant in the room. He seems like a smart kid, so I'm -v wandering how his transition to the states has been as far as communication goes? Are we doing anything different like special playbooks or relying on signals more when he's in the game? I thought I saw him point to receivers a couple of times and defenses might catch on if he's pointing to who he's going to throw the ball to. The only time l've been out of the country is when I was shipped to Nam and I was as confused as a yankee learning to square dance. Roply Quote <p><a href="http://memehumor.net/post/165296922678/hawaii-is-not-part-of-the-us-news-to-me" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Hawaii is not part of the US? News to me.</p></blockquote>

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**( Old but gold ) My friend Gerald and I was heading to a new park in a different hood to ball. The park be packed on Father's Day. It be full of angry ballers full of resentment cause their fathers didn't return from that 18+ year Walmart trip. I was one of them. I should have known this was no regular park when all the nets on the rims are ripped up like some yeezy season merchandise. I pull up to the sideline to ask who had next when I see a nigga standing under the rim while the game in motion rolling a blunt. How you rolling up a backwood and grabbing boards like Tristan Thompson? We had next. We finally get on the court and im ready to chef. First play of the game they run a pick and roll and Gerald gets switched on the nice dude with the blunt. I try to be a good teammate and tell Gerald he got it on lock. I seen homie hit the blunt while sizing up Gerald. That's so disrespectful. Gerald looked like he was on skates. That's when we heard clear out with a cocky smirk like he was Vegeta or some shit. I knew this was trouble. Homie Gerald got mixed like a cup of codeine. Ankles look like a disformed chicken wing. I slide over and send help and met my fait. This niqqa was propelled by the pain and suffering of child support and flew in with his knee out flushed a tomahawk on my head. It look like them fake 2k9 lebron dunks. Kneed me right in my nuts. I was fucked ho the rest of the game. I couldn't hit a shot. I had more bricks than El Chapo. Jimmy from Degrassi has a better chance of walking again than Gerald. I didn't expect to go against DRAYMOND and get hit in my nuts. Nothing been the same fam. There's no reason why I gotta do a fadeaway to take a piss. Gerald owe that nigga a Father's Day card.: When your man gets the ball up top and says "Ayo Clear out!" OH NEPTUNE **( Old but gold ) My friend Gerald and I was heading to a new park in a different hood to ball. The park be packed on Father's Day. It be full of angry ballers full of resentment cause their fathers didn't return from that 18+ year Walmart trip. I was one of them. I should have known this was no regular park when all the nets on the rims are ripped up like some yeezy season merchandise. I pull up to the sideline to ask who had next when I see a nigga standing under the rim while the game in motion rolling a blunt. How you rolling up a backwood and grabbing boards like Tristan Thompson? We had next. We finally get on the court and im ready to chef. First play of the game they run a pick and roll and Gerald gets switched on the nice dude with the blunt. I try to be a good teammate and tell Gerald he got it on lock. I seen homie hit the blunt while sizing up Gerald. That's so disrespectful. Gerald looked like he was on skates. That's when we heard clear out with a cocky smirk like he was Vegeta or some shit. I knew this was trouble. Homie Gerald got mixed like a cup of codeine. Ankles look like a disformed chicken wing. I slide over and send help and met my fait. This niqqa was propelled by the pain and suffering of child support and flew in with his knee out flushed a tomahawk on my head. It look like them fake 2k9 lebron dunks. Kneed me right in my nuts. I was fucked ho the rest of the game. I couldn't hit a shot. I had more bricks than El Chapo. Jimmy from Degrassi has a better chance of walking again than Gerald. I didn't expect to go against DRAYMOND and get hit in my nuts. Nothing been the same fam. There's no reason why I gotta do a fadeaway to take a piss. Gerald owe that nigga a Father's Day card.
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yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes. : el UNSAFE On CompuS scriminated against? Threatened Afrad to walk arund campus? We will walk with you yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes.
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yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes. : el UNSAFE On CompuS scriminated against? Threatened Afrad to walk arund campus? We will walk with you yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes.
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yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes. : el UNSAFE On CompuS scriminated against? Threatened Afrad to walk arund campus? We will walk with you yuuri-katsuki-on-ice: ladyflowdi: thefingerfuckingfemalefury: blackphoenix1977: pleatedjeans: Three cheers for these guys [x] This is how to be a good ally. Using their Bro-ness for good, not evil So a tiny story: on Black Friday a few weeks ago I went to Gamestop to buy my brother a game for Christmas, and I noticed this older man was watching me like a hawk. He was loitering around the front of the store without really buying anything, and every time I glanced at him out of the corner of my eye he was looking at me. I went to look at the PS4 games, and he was looking at something right behind me. I checked out the Nintendo games, and he was looking at them too. I was the only woman in the store, by the way. By the time I got in line to pay he was loitering at the front of the store again, and I just had that feeling that he was going to try and take the game I just bought, or steal my purse, as soon as I left the store. OR, he was going to try and follow me home. And I know I don’t have to explain that terror to any woman reading this, but all I could think was that I’m in this Gamestop alone with at least twenty other men and something is about to happen. I’m beginning to freak out, to the point where I’ve just pulled my pepper spray out of my purse and into the pocket of my coat.  So there I am, next in line to pay, and there is this GIGANTIC dudebro right behind me, and I say gigantic as a 6 foot tall woman. He says, “Ma’am? Don’t be offended, but would it be alright if I walked you to your car?” and I was like “Are you serious?” and he was like “There are some weird guys in here right now. Have you noticed that guy watching you?” and then I showed the dudebro the pepper spray in my pocket and he was like “Right on. Would you still let me walk you to your car?” and I said yes. So I paid, and waited while HE paid, and he walked me to my car. And just as I was getting in, the weird guy who’d been loitering came out of the store, saw me and my dudebro, and turned around and walked away in the opposite direction.  In short: men who recognize that women are unsafe in dark alleys, college campuses, grocery stores, gas stations and retail stores and do something about it are the kind of quality men that this world needs more of. Please for the love of god yes.
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