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Discussion in 'useless chatter' started by water, Feb 21, 2013.
other hand. the one she pafs with
Obese Humanoid fits.
Gf loves girls. I hate it.
My wife likes it. God that chick is hideous and she loves showing off her small flapjack titties.
Hideous as in normal?
My boyfriend loves it because it's got actual chicks in it not just thin actresses.
I don't have a problem with her precisely because she is realistic looking. My problem with the show is that every character in it is this pretentious little douchebag.
The ladybutt likes it because she says that " it accurately reflects our generation" and all I can think is "...no"
But yes Hannah is an exhibitionist, however I find it more amusing how far the hot chick goes to prevent showing her ass on TV
you are delusional, your boyfriend lies to you, and you dont understand men.
and you're looking at rings for this chick who aspires to as vapid as that show in hopes that it reflects " her generation" ? [/personalattack]
I pity the fool.
Thats on the Tivo as well.
"who aspires to as vapid as that show in hopes that it reflects"
Did you get enough gold stars for you compliant behavior to earn 4 minutes of posting time?
I don't watch TV as much as u ppl do.
Netflix provided breaking bad, walking dead and dexter on lazy sundays, but I'm all caught up. Took me a while. Like a year lol.
Tried season 1, episode 1 of prison break but didn't like it and I didn't go further than that.
I'm waiting for Big Brother Canada next week. That's it.
Says the stick insect with the imaginary girlfriend.
Sorry boo, some men like real women.
So skinny humans of the female gender are not real women? Wtf?
Way to miss the point.
The obvious point I was making is that 6ft idealised skinny, 'beautiful' women on TV and in magazines are not 'real' women, they're a portrayal of what we are supposed to want. And my boyfriend isn't silly enough to believe the myth, so he appreciates beauty in all types, not the one society ascribes to him.