I suggest the following as creepy:
1. Dolls with the eyes that open/close
2. Child beauty pageants
3. Postal workers
4. Mimes. (Especially on bicycles)
5. The need to see a tragedy because "what if somebody got hurt? Maybe I can see something!"
1. Child pageants. Holy fuckballs, what are we doing to ourselves?
2. Papparazzi. When you can actually make a living watching other people, our race is too creepy to continue being alive.
My brother in law came to America as a carnie. I'll have to pass this along, maybe he knows the guy?Carnies
Defecating, Masturbating Naked Carnie Attacks Fort Myers Home
People who refer to their parents in the 3rd person narrative. I find that creepy. I have a friend who refers to his mom by her name. When conversing with me or even in front of her.
edit: to clarify, it makes it sound like the parent isn't the parent and just another person (i.e. no relationship, biological or otherwise).
Don't have any pics, but it was a fine-downy type fur all over her body, on her cheeks, everything. After a quick google it's called Lanugo? Seems like it happens on newborns and cases of extreme malnutrition.seriously? A lot of fur?
Don't have any pics, but it was a fine-downy type fur all over her body, on her cheeks, everything. After a quick google it's called Lanugo? Seems like it happens on newborns and cases of extreme malnutrition.
She started down that path at 13-14 or so, she ended up at about 5'5" and under 80-something pounds. She lost so much weight that her menstrual cycle shut down, the funny thing about this (to me) is that now that she is almost 18, and about to go off to college, she wants to start having sex. Her vaj has literally shrunk so much that she cannot have sex.
Completely. She takes after her mother 100% which is sad, her pops is a great guy who is polite and a genuine pleasure to be around. Literally the only reason I hang out with them is to go see him.not necessarily. I'd wager that her environment and upbringing may be just as, if not more, relevant.