mik3d3nch wrote: »
Party politics. Thats to say, all political parties.
Ælita wrote: »
I cannot understand what entropy means exactly beyond a scientific term...
XTM of TMG wrote: »
dm_boozefreek wrote: »
Must not post a video of that crappy 2 Unlimited song...
guesser wrote: »
Ælita wrote: »
dBragBook? Hmm..yeah..suppose so.
It's a funny thing...I look at all the lassies that live near me on it and I'm thinking well..what a pretty girl or so..but then I'm out and about and I'm just seeing little 5ft 2'' nothings pushing prams maybe and only really fit for some inbred spongebob albino character. Then one has the fellas that are like..ooh..I expect a super model or so...like what are you bringing to the table mister eh. Then you post a few not bad pics and everyone is like oh yeah? oh right...but if you post one average picture it's like AH...so thats what you really look like eh. That seems to be how it works for females especially..so the pressure in on. Me I keep my cards so close they are almost ethereal. The only social media I ever liked was Yahoo 360 and I enjoyed that a lot.
SM..its probably best avoided yeah. Just say NO.
Luny wrote: »
Interesting, if i were a young lad now id be **** scared, cos you’d see all these perfect girls and you just wouldn’t know what or who you were really meeting. i like to see what someone really looks like, not just on a Friday night. the make up scene, although very clever and artist it hides all the natural ‘flaws’ and creates a mask which behind these people hide behind. i'm sure its good for config nice, but for me looks are as important as character. by that i dont mean how pretty or ugly but how they look. im naturally attracted to certain face shape, eyes, etc. its quite confusing now.
my uncle was married to a bunny girl in the 70s, who always looked prefect and she never let anyone see her without full makeup. one time i went round early and she opened the door, i didn’t recognise her. the contrast was amazing. she looked liken a different person.