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Not sure why you're quoting Bleach, my username is a reference to my nihilistic tendencies :P
Haha I was being serious. You're one of the many victims to have suffered from a deadly combination of my large finger circumference and touchscreen phone.
Sorry, accidental neg. A common but unfortunate consequence of scrolling down TSR pages on my phone. My apologies.
did you mean to send me that visitor message?
I don't know what you're talking about! :P
What are you talking about?
If I did, it wasn't intentional... But I really don't care about this conversation. I just found out a family member has died and am going.
Excuse me? No I didn't.
I'm going offline soon, so there's not much point in sending me messages.
No they are not all the same.
Humans are not born with any "rights", but we all believe that we are entitled to certain ones (like in the "human rights" that we have now created). We create these "rights", but that doesn't make them objectively correct. It is still a BELIEF, even if we all agree on it.
This is the same for the "natural right" that I'm speaking about... It's my BELIEF that this right exists for us, but there is no complete proof of this, because it's just a belief which is essentially subjective.
My point... We all have morals, beliefs, etc... Some of them are widely accepted and believed... But they are still essentially subjective.
Perhaps you should read what I wrote again.
I wrote that it's my BELIEF that certain things are right and wrong (for example, the right to have children, everyone has their own morals and beliefs... But I am entirely aware that this belief is unique to me, and that morality is essentially subjective so I can't argue that it's 100% correct. It's just my belief, which I'm discussing.
Yes, and morality is subjective, but that is going completely off topic. I'm sorry but I don't have time to go over this all right now.
Tom-Time Of the Month
as round as a straightabout
Don't believe in it
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Taken from there.
I could hang about and burn my fingers
I've been hanging out here waiting for something to start
You think i'm faultless to a 't'
My manner set impeccably
But underneath i am the same as you
I could dance all night like i'm a soul boy
But i know i'd rather drag myself across the dance floor
I feel like dancing on my own
Where no one knows me, and where i
Can cause offence just by the way i look
And when i come to blows
When i am numbering my foes
Just hope that you are on my side my dear
But it's best to finish as it started
With my face head down just staring at the brown formica
It's safer not to look around
I can't hide my feelings from you now
There's too much love to go around these days
You say i've got another face
That's not a fault of mine these days
I'm honest, brutal and afraid of you
- Academic Info
Hull is my university.
My spelling is bad.
I has dislecksia (also known as dyslexia).
I can't write properly, bad spelling, slow, messy, and I don't do joined up writing any more, I used to, but since I started using computers in exams and classes, I've not needed to, as a result, I've lost the ability to erm, yeah, do it.
And my beard is the source of my intelligence.
Watch that episode of South Park about bikers.
The word "gay" existed before it meant homosexual, this is just a evolution of it though it may have begun as a homophobic slur.
I know gay guys who call things gay and if anything laugh if someone calls it.
I have a bi friend who calls things gay all the time.
It just so happens that all words meaning gay with the exception of homosexual are negative.
Homo. Fag. Queer. Nancy boy. And of course the word in question, gay.
They are all very often used as insults.
Do people us the following terms as insults on a regular basis?
Not really. Very rarely and in very specific circumstances perhaps.
But in the vast majority of contexts it's okay to use 'gay' as an insult. As if there's something wrong with being gay.
People talk about it having a dual definition, but that's not nearly the whole story. Things that have been seen as gay are then said to be bad, negative, perhaps simply abnormal. But never positive (even though the original use of the word was of course, happy). And it sends the message that being homosexual is negative. Because that's what society has done and keeps doing. It reclaims words that mean homosexual to mean something bad.
And the only way one can logically look at that is internalised homophobia.
Edit: And "no-homo" is one of the most obnoxious examples idiocy I've ever seen.
Great point, having a black friend doesn't stop someone from being racist."
It doesn't make it any more okay to refer to things as 'gay' in a negative way just because you're gay yourself or bisexual.
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Which is exactly why you should stop using the word negatively.
meet my meat
I call it princess Ruto.
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