Never go full soy.
CynicalContrarian said:You can actually see the very moment the relationship of this coupled went balls up.
Once those hands of hers touched her face; it was all over...
Sometimes keeping a chick interested is as simple as catching a ball :
debeguiled said:Tech side of soy.
Bare back soy riders.
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Cuck lagoon. They are out in droves.
Alsos said:kosko said:
A few years back, I came across a photo collection by a New York photographer who would set up a camera at a random street corner, take a photograph every few seconds during the day for several days, and then superimpose together all the people displaying some common element. The result was an interesting and often hilarious misrepresentation of reality: everyone in the photo, sometimes 50 or more people, wearing red or walking on crutches or holding their hand out checking for rain or whatever, completely oblivious to the others doing the same. (Naturally, because each person doing it was photographed at a different moment.)
I'd love to see a photographer do the same at Instagram-popular spots like this beach: illustrate the banal imitativeness of what these people are doing by showing a hundred or more couples stacked up taking the same picture at the same time, as this photo captures with only three.
ETA: the photographer in question may be Pelle Cass: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=pelle+cass&t=h_&iax=images&ia=images
Same idea, anyway, though I don't see there any of the common-element pictures I remember.
AnonymousBosch said:I guarantee Member after Member on here has stories to tell of how having pity for guys lower down the Socio-Sexual Hierarchy never works in practice. They resent / despise alpha masculinity - they genuinely-think they're superior to, say, a 6ft4 muscular, handsome sports star with multiple women hanging off his arms - and this hatred blinds them to both being hearing the truth when it is told to them, or ever forming a realistic, objective perception of themselves and their behaviour.
You have to understand that they're exactly where they want to be. That type of change can only come from within.