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All you people who said 'the internet' is a hobby need to be shot.
That's not a hobby, that's what you do to to kill time as your boring and don't have anything else to do.
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That'd just make you ignorant to why the stereotype exists...
What BS, you are stereotyping woman as boring when, hell we are not all boring!
So tell me why do you stereotype?!
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and yes people do go and shop, to go and shop!

I know my grammar is bad I suck at English!

It is a generally known fact that woman were suppressed I may not have any evidence, but a lack of evidence can also be evidence in it's self!
So you are saying doing philosophy is strictly down to wither or not you have studied it? have i not said more than once that philosophy is the love of wisdom! It does not have to be studies to be done!
Those people must be really boring.
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All you people who said 'the internet' is a hobby need to be shot.
That's not a hobby, that's what you do to to kill time as your boring and don't have anything else to do.

I think that paedophiles would argue against this point.
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What BS, you are stereotyping woman as boring when, hell we are not all boring!
So tell me why do you stereotype?!

You are generally boring.
Look at the great lists of hobbies in this thread....'the internet, shopping, music (yet the persons taste will change with the chart as they don't actually like the music, ergo its not a hobby), dancing ( won't be professional or properly done, therefore again, not a hobby but 'what you did in a club a few nights ago'), drawing/art ( unless you actually know about Art and have a good knowledge or artists or styles, its not a hobby but a scribble) etc etc.

This is what most of the thread says, so that is why you get a stereotype.
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What BS, you are stereotyping woman as boring when, hell we are not all boring!
So tell me why do you stereotype?!
Holy **** this is like a conversation with someone who doesn't understand the words they are using.

I do not stereotype, I made a generalisation based on my experience of all the women I have met, which is a hell of a lot. Therefore, it makes sense for me to say "IN GENERAL, women are boring". This is not the same as "All women are boring". Sure, it could be just bad luck, which I hope it is, but I'm not naive enough to think so.
However, some of the BS interests people have come back with (shopping, the internet), and other people agreeing with me, tends to lead me to suspect I'm not alone in having this generalisation.
Hey, you could be an exception to the generalisation, but amazing how many insecure 'tards were instantly offended instead of thinking "Well that's not me". Don't you think that hints towards something?
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Aw bless, venting your frustration on the 'net.
I said all the girls I know who play in orchestra are boring. That is not to say every girl who plays an instrument is boring. Don't magically infer ***** please.
Oh you have "unusual" hobbies. Why does it sound like someone who could easily be dubbed a social outcast is telling me what I should think, and commenting on my ex's who they know nothing about?
I never said my ex's were boring. I said I have found women in general to be boring. Understand that? It's a generalisation, not a hard fact. But then again, engineering and social aptitude don't go hand in hand.
This is from one of your earlier posts.

fallen angel9: STFU, women can be interesting.
Mazty: I've yet to meet any

:teehee: So let's not talk complete nonsense now.

You're telling me not to infer nonsense when you've incorrectly assumed that I'm a social outcast? :lolwut:

How about you stop contradicting yourself, eh little boy?

By unusual hobbies, I am not referring to geeky activities. I am far from that. I am talking about activities that are rarely associated with those who look typically feminine, like myself. Snowboarding and sailing are less unusual examples. Did you think I was talking about World of Warcraft or something?

I fail to see how a person who lists economics, F1, WRC, and computing & tech as hobbies is in a position to talk about the level of another's social aptitudes. Those hobbies aren't exactly going to project you into being the pinacle of popularity now, is it?

With regards to engineering and social aptitude... wow you're a fan of stereotypes, aren't you? Did it occur to you for a second that perhaps I just wanted to secure myself a well paid, middle class job? :rolleyes: With the low level of intelliegence you have demonstrated in this thread, I guess not.
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Before anyone is arguing about social aptitude, lets remember that you are infact, arguing over the internet, writing posts that are too long for anyone else to bother reading and getting angry that someone said women are generally boring. Wow.
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All you people who said 'the internet' is a hobby need to be shot.
That's not a hobby, that's what you do to to kill time as your boring and don't have anything else to do.
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Before anyone is arguing about social aptitude, lets remember that you are infact, arguing over the internet, writing posts that are too long for anyone else to bother reading and getting angry that someone said women are generally boring. Wow.
Hey let's look at a few facts for a second:

1. It takes a couple of minutes to write a post.
2. The post is directed at one person and isn't intended for the attention of others.
3. You've clearly read it because you know what was in it.
4. I'm an argumentative *****, who is bored while doing a piece of coursework.
5. If your brain was anywhere near as big as your t*ts, you'd realise that this has no bearing on my social aptitude.
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(Original post by Mazty)
Holy **** this is like a conversation with someone who doesn't understand the words they are using.

I do not stereotype, I made a generalisation based on my experience of all the women I have met, which is a hell of a lot. Therefore, it makes sense for me to say "IN GENERAL, women are boring". This is not the same as "All women are boring". Sure, it could be just bad luck, which I hope it is, but I'm not naive enough to think so.
However, some of the BS interests people have come back with (shopping, the internet), and other people agreeing with me, tends to lead me to suspect I'm not alone in having this generalisation.
Hey, you could be an exception to the generalisation, but amazing how many insecure 'tards were instantly offended instead of thinking "Well that's not me". Don't you think that hints towards something?
Ok, so stereotype is the wrong word.
I was not offended for myself, more for some of my friends, who were they to see this thread, would go ballistic en mass.
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You are generally boring.
Look at the great lists of hobbies in this thread....'the internet, shopping, music (yet the persons taste will change with the chart as they don't actually like the music, ergo its not a hobby)
many people do listen to the music, but were I to play a track they liked 5 years ago, most of those I know would go hey I love this track.
, dancing ( won't be professional or properly done, therefore again, not a hobby but 'what you did in a club a few nights ago')
you would be surprised i enjoy dancing, I spent 11 years learning dance with a dance school and many other girls have also learn how to dance with a dance school ergo a hobby!
, drawing/art ( unless you actually know about Art and have a good knowledge or artists or styles, its not a hobby but a scribble) etc etc.
I do no take art anymore but I still draw screen shots as a hobby, because I have stopped taking it as a subject that does not mean it isn't a hobby. I just did not want to be told exactly what I could, and could not draw!
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Hey let's look at a few facts for a second:

1. It takes a couple of minutes to write a post.
2. The post is directed at one person and isn't intended for the attention of others.
3. You've clearly read it because you know what was in it.
4. I'm an argumentative *****, who is bored while doing a piece of coursework.
5. If your brain was anywhere near as big as your t*ts, you'd realise that this has no bearing on my social aptitude.
It may take a couple of minutes to write a post, but this argument has been going on for far longer than that.
Directed at one person.. on a social forum? riiiiight.
I didnt read the whole thing, love. It was pretty obvious who was overreacting and why after a few of posts, it is very repetitive.
My brain is far larger than my "t*ts", thanks. But feel free to perve on my pictures all you want if that's the kind of thing you're into...
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This is from one of your earlier posts.

fallen angel9: STFU, women can be interesting.
Mazty: I've yet to meet any

:teehee: So let's not talk complete nonsense now.

You're telling me not to infer nonsense when you've incorrectly assumed that I'm a social outcast? :lolwut:

How about you stop contradicting yourself, eh little boy?

By unusual hobbies, I am not referring to geeky activities. I am far from that. I am talking about activities that are rarely associated with those who look typically feminine, like myself. Snowboarding and sailing are less unusual examples. Did you think I was talking about World of Warcraft or something?

I fail to see how a person who lists economics, F1, WRC, and computing & tech as hobbies is in a position to talk about the level of another's social aptitudes. Those hobbies aren't exactly going to project you into being the pinacle of popularity now, is it?

With regards to engineering and social aptitude... wow you're a fan of stereotypes, aren't you? Did it occur to you for a second that perhaps I just wanted to secure myself a well paid, middle class job? :rolleyes: With the low level of intelliegence you have demonstrated in this thread, I guess not.
I'll admit a few of my gfs were boring, the others weren't, but not exactly highly interesting.
Little boy? Wow, you must be one insecure ***** to take so much offence at a generalisation made by someone you've never met. Go get a hug from daddy.
Snowboarding and sailing..Oh yeah, because those ultra-rare hobbies will certainly mean people will instantly know who you are, mock you mercilessly on the net and hunt you down...Paranoid much? Again, kudos on the social aptitude.
Oh yes because they are the ONLY hobbies I mentioned. Nice to leave out the gym etc. What hobbies would project someone to the apex of the social tree? Plus where's your list? Oh yeah, paranoia got the better of you.
No, not stereotype, look up psychological reports into EI. It's closer to, if not, a fact that if you are good at engineering, you have a good chance of being socially "speshal".
Seriously, change your tampon and go get laid, sounds like it's been years since either.

Plus, since you're so willing to criticise other peoples interests and image, let's see a picture of yourself and list your hobbies. Or just a resentful cow with too much time and a whole bag of issues?
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Seriously, change your tampon and go get laid, sounds like it's been years since either.
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Fashion, rounders, cooking
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All sorts of things. Shopping is alright. I'm not gonna lie, it's nice getting new clothes n stuff, why wouldn't anyone like it. But yeah, anyways.. I do enjoy doing other stuff as well.

I like playing musical intruments, like the drums and piano. Need to get back on the violin but erm yea, it doesn't look like I'll be doing that right away. Want to learn the guitar too. But I'm goin to take it a bit at a time. Try and get something perfected before I move onto something else.

I like sports and martial arts. Got to blue belt and had to stop cos of other commitments. But I'm hoping to get back into that this summer. As well dirt biking.

When I'm bored, which is rarely, I draw random sketches of stuff. Going to places like the pub seems like a waste of time to me. There's way more interesting stuff you could be doing with that time. Well, that's just my opinion anyways. I'm sure there's a ton of people that'll disagree with that =P

I love to dance, then again, who doesn't Maybe get into a good book too. Which reminds me, Dean Koontz 'Velocity' would make a good movie, no?
Anyways, there's too many interests and hobbies to list. And I'm sure I'm bound to annoy a few people too if I go on xp so I'll stop.
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I'll admit a few of my gfs were boring, the others weren't, but not exactly highly interesting.
Little boy? Wow, you must be one insecure ***** to take so much offence at a generalisation made by someone you've never met. Go get a hug from daddy.
Snowboarding and sailing..Oh yeah, because those ultra-rare hobbies will certainly mean people will instantly know who you are, mock you mercilessly on the net and hunt you down...Paranoid much? Again, kudos on the social aptitude.
Oh yes because they are the ONLY hobbies I mentioned. Nice to leave out the gym etc. What hobbies would project someone to the apex of the social tree? Plus where's your list? Oh yeah, paranoia got the better of you.
No, not stereotype, look up psychological reports into EI. It's closer to, if not, a fact that if you are good at engineering, you have a good chance of being socially "speshal".
Seriously, change your tampon and go get laid, sounds like it's been years since either.

Plus, since you're so willing to criticise other peoples interests and image, let's see a picture of yourself and list your hobbies. Or just a resentful cow with too much time and a whole bag of issues?
I got laid this morning as always, but thanks for your concern.

I can't be bothered to argue with the rest.
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(Original post by Watch Out For Sharks)
It may take a couple of minutes to write a post, but this argument has been going on for far longer than that.
Directed at one person.. on a social forum? riiiiight.
I didnt read the whole thing, love. It was pretty obvious who was overreacting and why after a few of posts, it is very repetitive.
My brain is far larger than my "t*ts", thanks. But feel free to perve on my pictures all you want if that's the kind of thing you're into...
You have nothing to worry about. Pictures don't do it for me. It's just from personal experience, big t*itted girls that I've had sex with always seem to lack in the intelligence department. There are exceptions of course, but you didn't seem like one.
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I got laid this morning as always, but thanks for your concern.

I can't be bothered to argue with the rest.
Apology for digressing, but as you clearly hate generalisations, what do you think of the one that goes by:
"Angry, man hating dyke"?
Just, y'know, wondering if you would have any insight into this?
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