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    Hello I bid thee welcome to read about my story of heroism.

    I was walking along a road when I saw a woman writhing in pain, people were milling about thinking she had some problem, someone was trying to give her some ibuprofen, but i knew better and shouted "people no, the white mans medicine has no power here".

    Using my special powers gained in my african studies course I sought to drive the demons tormenting this woman. I danced around cursing the fiends residing inside her, it did no good, but then I remembered from my gender studies degree, it was clearly the patriarchy crippling this poor soul, quickly painting my hair blue and piercing myself I grabbed some starbucks coffee and recited a rousing speech beseeching the vile men ruling the world.

    To my delight the woman arose tears in her eyes she exclaimed "my hero thou hast savethed me", I merely replied "m'lady twas nothing truly" I then donned my fedora and stalked off into the night searching for my next trial against the evils of this world to be cleansed by the purifying light of social justice.
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    *wipes tears from eyes*

    truly beautiful
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    (Original post by ChiggenLiggen)
    Hello I bid thee welcome to read about my story of heroism.

    I was walking along a road when I saw a woman writhing in pain, people were milling about thinking she had some problem, someone was trying to give her some ibuprofen, but i knew better and shouted "people no, the white mans medicine has no power here".

    Using my special powers gained in my african studies course I sought to drive the demons tormenting this woman. I danced around cursing the fiends residing inside her, it did no good, but then I remembered from my gender studies degree, it was clearly the patriarchy crippling this poor soul, quickly painting my hair blue and piercing myself I grabbed some starbucks coffee and recited a rousing speech beseeching the vile men ruling the world.

    To my delight the woman arose tears in her eyes she exclaimed "my hero thou hast savethed me", I merely replied "m'lady twas nothing truly" I then donned my fedora and stalked off into the night searching for my next trial against the evils of this world to be cleansed by the purifying light of social justice.
    You missed the first step! You say you need to talk.
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    but neckbeards hate feminists. They killed chivalry.

    And basic human decency lol
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    I shall tell you how it actually feels to save a life.

    It feels ****ing amazing.
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    slightly weird and sexist.
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    (Original post by ChiggenLiggen)
    Using my special powers gained in my african studies course I sought to drive the demons tormenting this woman.
    LOL
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    The hero we need but don't deserve
 
 
 
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