@iknowright If I were you, I would assume he had already tried and failed and I'd never see him again.
@anachronistique In my first year in Boston, I made a really good friend with whom I was sharing dating stories. We found out we were both on OKC and when we swapped names I realized I had messaged her waaaaaay before we met and she had totally ignored me. (Her pictures are so different from her looks that I couldn't tell in person, and it'd been a while). She was like, "yeahhhh, I guess I thought maybe you were weird? Or I just didn't notice?" Which was it?
@frigwiggin WINTER IS COMING.
@TheclaAndTheSeals *screams in abject terror*
Just putting it out there that ladies basically get painted as unfuckable swamp monsters if we should have the temerity to grow pubes or whatever. The idea that it hasn't occurred to this guy that paying attention to his hygiene or style may affect the way women approach him blows my mind. Bllllloooows it.
@OhMyGoshYouGuys I bet he thinks this post is about him.
The night time is the right time but early bird gets the worm so I've been burning the candle at both ends.
By KatnotCat on Yo, Is This Racist?
@iceberg As in many debates, Google Image search has my (and your) back on this point. A quick search of "Thats so ghetto" makes it pretty obvious what people mean when they say 'ghetto.'
It also brought up this relevant blog post.
By Vera Knoop on Welcome, xoVain
@Scandyhoovian Or "It happened to me: I did something horrible to someone else." Or "It happened to me: I heard that something happened to someone who lives in my building."