What question have you always wanted to ask but felt it was inappropriate?

  1. If a man chooses to simply take daily estrogen supplement, can he grow tits? It’s a question thats been brought up in my group of friends while drinking before.

    I really want to know the answer.

  2. Men: when you are inside us (Women) , can you feel us have an orgasm?

  3. Ok so a pregnant woman has a big belly because the baby is in there right? When does it go down after the baby is born? Does it stay big for a while or does it flatten as the baby is coming out? Like squeezing toothpaste?

  4. So like can astronauts beat it while they’re up there

  5. Should guys shave their assholes?

  6. Is it normal for there to sometimes be blood on the toilet paper when I wipe after I’ve taken a shit? There’s generally not any pain involved.. Generally..

    Also, if I wanted to get my balls waxed, could I go to a waxing place and get it done? Is it painful? Does it feel good? Is it as awkward as I imagine it to be?

    Edit – My current strategy involves shaving my balls and shaft, and trimming the top patch with clippers.. But ball shaving is an imperfect art.. And I’ve always imagined it would be glorious having freshly waxed balls.. Like marbles in a silk pouch.. I just didn’t know if it was a thing that people did or not.. Or what it would be like.. Should I just stick with shaving, or is there a better way?

  7. I wish I could straight up ask girls if they find me attractive, but it seems like something you shouldn’t ask until you get to know someone. It would be amazing to just know what they think of me too I guess.

  8. Are there less disabled people in Germany because of Hitler?

  9. How do blind people know they’re finished wiping after a bowel movement?

  10. Is taking an enormous shit that tears me apart, but feels awesome at the same time what anal sex feels like?

  11. Ladies, does playing with your nipples really turn you on that much?

  12. Is there a polite way to ask a woman if she is pregnant?

  13. Does having a username called “Pmme(InsertWhateverHere)” actually work?

  14. Looks like Im too late to the party but I will try anyway.

    Can girls feel when you cum inside them?

  15. How does anal work for people not in the porn industry? Is it just messy?

    In b4 it only smellz

Older Redditors, what are some “early warning signs” of trouble that younger folks may not know about? [serious]

  1. If your managers’ managers ask you to account for how you spend all your time, or list all the tasks you do in your job, they are probably looking to restructure your department and there will likely be layoffs. Get your resume together and start looking immediately.

    If you go on an interview, and something just does not “feel” right, listen to your gut. Don’t chalk it up to your own nerves. You are picking up on something that is probably a problem with the job/company, but can’t fully articulate what it is.

  2. If your company suddenly gets really excited about “cross-training” people, and asks you to do an abnormal amount of “tidying up your workspace” there are about to be layoffs.

  3. Interruptions are a part of conversation, but if more of your sentences end with interruptions than periods, there might be a serious problem.

    Also, in the other direction, try not to interrupt. Listen.

  4. If you say ‘No,’ and their response is, ‘You’d do it if you really loved me’ — WATCH OUT. That sort of emotional manipulation is usually a bad sign.

  5. If you want to move up in your company, you have to let your boss know you’re interested.

    Don’t be afraid to let your boss know you’re interested in a higher position. However, don’t demand or ask for it. Don’t tell them you’ve been doing a good job and working hard. Just let them know you’re interested in learning new skills and taking on more responsibility and don’t want to stagnate.

    This is especially true for retail/restaurant work. The reason the other bus boy got trained to be a server or bartender and you didn’t is because he let the bosses know he wanted to move up.

  6. If someone wants to break up with you – let them.

  7. If you feel unhappy because you are being stretched too thin and have no time for yourself, that’s a sign that you need to practice saying “no” to things.

  8. When you think you “need” alcohol to sleep. Soon, it will be more and more. And, in truth, it really isn’t helping you sleep, just pass out.

  9. This one was difficult for me to learn, and painful to have to undo the damage: Bills.

    If you receive a bill, open it right away, look at it, have an idea of what you owe, and then pay it at a set time every month (or right away).

    NEVER let bills go unopened. I know I’m not the only one who ever did this, but I knew I was broke ‘right now’ so I let the bills pile up without looking at them. That earned me some late fees and put me in collections a couple times. Meanwhile I was going to see movies or buying drinks etc. It literally took 7 years to finally get the collections off my credit report.

  10. That moment when you decide to make just the minimum payment on your credit card. I didn’t think it was a big deal at first, but it didn’t take long for that nearly 30% interest to add up and the debt to become crushing.

  11. when your company gets a new CEO, google him, find out what he did with his formar jobs…

    if his 3 last assignments where “restructuring”, it’s going to happen a 4th time

  12. If you find yourself always having to make excuses for your partner’s behavior to friends and family, it’s a warning that your partner is probably no good for you.

  13. When two dogs meet, if one puts his head over the other one’s shoulder, it’s likely that there’s going to be a fight.

  14. It’s not really a warning sign, but make sure you maintain hobbies and friends outside of a relationship. The warning sign would be if your significant other is trying to isolate you from these things.

  15. In terms of a relationship, criticism. Too many people don’t know the difference between airing your grievances in a healthy way and being critical in a negative sense.

    For example, “I would appreciate it if we could trade off nights on who does the cooking,” or “I think that shirt might be better for another occasion,” are fair criticisms. Saying “You never cook, I’m not your mother,” or “You don’t even try to dress up, you look sloppy!” is not productive and creates resentment. Good criticism always presents a solution or an opportunity to compromise. Bad criticism belittles the other person and shuts them down.

    No one likes thinking the person they love thinks very little of them. It hurts and destroys people’s self-esteem, and that’s hard to get back once it’s gone.

[Serious] National Park Rangers and any other profession that takes you far out into the wilderness. What are the strangest weirdest things you have seen or heard or experienced while out there?

  1. I’ve posted this in the past with similar threads but I’ll never forget this night.

    I work in the outdoor field and lead trips regularly. I once led a trip to the top of Mt. Sterling in NC. It’s a tough climb to get to the top and about 6 miles from the nearest road. I was leading a group of 8 middle school kids and had one co-instructor. We were camping out on top of the mountain and it was a beautiful night with a full moon. The kids and the other co-instructor went to bed in their tents. I chose to spend the night in a hammock that night. I was really into a book I was reading so I stayed up and read until about 10:30 pm. I turned my headlamp off to settle in for the night. Everything around me was rather bright from the moon and from the position I was in, I could see down the trail we had hiked to get to the top. I laid there enjoying the scenery and noticed something moving on the trail. Bears are common in the area so I perked up. As it got closer, I could tell it was a person. We were in the middle of nowhere and there was someone hiking up the trail with no headlamp or any gear. I was just frozen watching this person move closer to our camp. They arrived at the top of the mountain where we were and just stopped. I watched as what appeared to be a man surveyed our camp. I really could only see the outline of him. He stood there for what seemed like thirty minutes but may have been 10. He then turned, sat down under a tree facing our camp. He was sitting up in a way that I knew he wasn’t trying to sleep. He just sat there staring at our camp. I had no idea what to do. I decided to wait it out. I waited, just staring at the man while he stared at my camp. This went on until about 3:30 am. Then, he stood up, took a moment to survey my camp a few minutes longer and then went back down the trail he came up on. I, to this day have no idea what that was all about but it freaked me out. I was paranoid that we were being followed for the rest of the trip.

  2. For several years I worked out in the forests of a country that experienced a genocide in the not-incredibly-distant past. Several times I found skulls. Once I wasn’t watching where I was going and stumbled on something soft. I looked down and it looked like a very old sweater had been lying there forever. I poked it with my foot and dug around in the vegetation a bit, and sure enough. Most of the skeleton was gone, but it was clear there were bones inside the sweater. Somehow that freaked me out more than the skulls.

  3. I was mapping one summer (ex-geologist) on the tundra in northern Quebec (Nunavik) approximately 150-200 km from the nearest town. I mean, the middle of nowhere – no one was there. No cabins, no ATV routes, nothing.

    We were walking along when my field partner flipped a rock with his foot (just a random rock of millions – tons of glacial float up there) when a piece of paper flies up from underneath it caught by the breeze. He turns to me and we both go, what the fuck? because there should be NO paper just randomly there.

    I track down the paper and find that it’s folded. I open it up and see that it’s a note with the words, “Je t’aime” on it with a drawn heart. Upon seeing this, I literally got chills up and down my spine, because the improbability of it floating all that way, being undamaged by the rain or the myriad of lakes, and then us finding it… I am not a religious or superstitious man, but it felt like the universe or some higher power just reached out and poked me in the chest.

  4. ex-Tree Planter here. We were relaxing in the truck after work one evening (central BC) maybe a kilometer from a nearby lake. We noticed an osprey in the distance, flying toward us, carrying something in its talons. It was really moving, and we soon saw why — a fully grown eagle was chasing it. It was probably a couple hundred feet above us. I was in the back seat, and maybe ten seconds after the eagle passed out of view due to the roof of the cabin blocking my vision, a 10-pound fish landed in the middle of our dirt parking lot. Still flopping. One of the foremen grabbed it and cooked it up for dinner.

  5. There was a group of teens that hadn’t been heard from after their scheduled return time from a camping trip. A good friend and I know the area very well so one of the search and rescue guys we’re friends with called us in to assist in the search. Him and I head out in the general direction the teens had set off in. We’d been hiking for most of the day and seen nothing. We’re about ~35km into the woods at this point when we start noticing odd things. Sticks carved like spears stuck into the ground, weird carvings in the trees, a child’s stuffed animal hanging from a noose up in a tree. This place was nowhere’s near any roads, it wasn’t on the regular trails people would go on in the area. The really eerie thing was that everything was freshly carved. Somebody had been there within a couple of hours of us and made these things. Mind you we’re still looking for these teens. We kept on hiking and eventually made camp for the night still kind of on edge from what we had seen earlier but we settle down anyway and go to sleep. We get up with the sunrise hoping to cover more ground before it gets to hot. We pack up the gear and get ready to go when i noticed a bit of shirt that had caught on a small tree and ripped along with some shoe prints, we were thinking great maybe we’re close by to the teens when a radio call comes through. The teens had just been found 20km east of us they’re calling everybody back. All those weird things we had seen from the day before came flooding back into my mind, we wasted no time hiking out of those woods.

  6. I worked for a summer camp a while ago that was out in the wilderness.

    Have you ever heard a rabbit dying? That mixed with darkness and being alone is terrifying.

    Hint- A dying rabbit sounds like a screaming and crying baby.

  7. This is from the how did you almost die thread a while ago but it seems fitting.

    I was working as a prospectors assistant in central Manitoba one summer. We were doing a helicopter assisted magnetic anomaly investigation. Best summer of
    my life. There’s nothing like the ringing in your ears dissipating after the helicopter has dropped you off and the slowly increasing volume of the bugs taking its place. You know for sure you are in the middle of nowhere.

    It was the last day of our campaign. This was a little piece of the property close enough to a road that we didn’t need a helicopter. It was a low priority target that was saved till the end. We had kicked so much ass during the high priority targets that we decided to do this one on the last day just for an easy in and out of the bush.

    Around 9am we heard yelling in the bush. Odd. Nobody else should be out here. We keep on grabbing samples and it’s in the back of our mind. Around 11 we hear it again. A little closer this time. We call back but again it’s silent.

    Now through our travels of this 30 km piece of property we came across many pieces of animal evidence. Deer, moose and rabbit droppings were everywhere. A few carcasses here and there. Bear tracks and bear feces were seen a few times but nothing prepared us for what happened next.

    Around noon we were in an old blast hole from the 80’s. Prospector Dave told me he used to have a blasting license and that blowing shit up in the middle of the forest while drinking beer was a favourite past time of prospectors until they changed the laws after a few too many forest fires.

    We were facing due west with our gps on some rocks getting the most precise utm it could. When we hear an earth shattering bone chilling howl. I looked at Dave and he turned so white he was almost green. I picked up the gps and put it in my belt and unclipped my bear spray safety. Then at our 9 o’clock, facing due west, another wolf then another at our 10 then another and another all the way to our 4 o’clock. Dave calmly said, ” we need to leave, but you cannot run, if you run you die.”

    We left most of our sampling shit there. We also carry these modified steel sledge hammers for breaking rock and scraping moss. Most useful durable thing I’ve ever had. It’s at the ready along with my bear spray and we walk.

    Longest walk of my entire life. We didn’t say a word. I didn’t hear anything but I’m positive they followed us back to the road and into the truck.

    We drove back to town and proceeded to get thoroughly thoroughly drunk.

  8. Not a professional, but I spend of lot of time exploring remote wilderness. Once when I was out on the Cabeza Prieta wildlife refuge, a huge area that surrounds the Goldwater bombing range in AZ that is very rarely visited by anyone, we found this.

    That place is weird as heck. I’ve found everything from abandoned mining villages to unexploded bombs sticking out of the dirt.

  9. I work as a research wildlife biologist on a very large military base that’s mostly forested and very remote. Sometimes people illegally enter into the bombed areas containing unexploded dud ordinances (bombs) to collect scrap metal. This is a Federal offense and extremely dangerous for obvious reasons, but the base itself and these impact areas are huge and not patrolled. According to a former game warden, two men were collecting scrap metal one night when one of them stepped on a dud which blew him up into the air. The other guy heard the explosion, got scared, and ran off. After not hearing from his friend, he reported the incident. Turns out the other guy died; not from the explosion itself, but because he was impaled on a piece of metal when he fell back down. Irony at its finest.

    The weirdest things I’ve seen are people driving Cadillacs and such on sandy roads miles into base; obviously a drug deal.

  10. My dad and I would occasionally go hunting together when I was a kid. I was 14 and my dad knew a guy who owned what seemed to by half of Georgia. I mean the amount of property this guy owned was ridiculous. He let people hunt out there and if he trusted you he’d let you camp out there for a couple of nights if you wanted. He’d always make sure we had a way to call for help though before we did it though.

    I loved camping out there more than I did just going hunting for a few hours then coming home. I liked the woodsman feel of living out in the woods. We woke up early one morning and hiked into the woods. It was still dark when we got to our stand. We didn’t see or hear anything. Not even birds. I remember my dad commenting on it and looking back it should have been a sign. Frustrated, we pack up and look for a spot to camp and we would set up again later that evening. My dad suggested we go deeper in to better our chances of seeing something so that’s what we did.

    We hiked for a few hours, found a clearing, set up a small camp, got settled and passed the time freaking ourselves out by talking about big foot and other woodland creatures. We hike a ways away form camp, set up our blind and wait. Again, nothing.

    We get back and our tent has been pulled up and laid flat. Not in a neat way but it’s just kinda laying there. We thought it was just the wind or something and we didn’t put it up right and it collapsed. We didn’t think much of it. Since we didn’t see or even hear anything all day we decide to leave the following day and try again later that week. We settle in for the night build a really small fire and just relax. Again, not even birds are making a sound. I remember thinking how odd it was to be this deep into the woods and only hear one or two birds the whole trip. Oh well, maybe we are making too much noise and scared everything off. We go to sleep soon after settling in.

    It’s pitch black, middle of the night, I wake up for some reason just to try to go back to sleep. I’m in that half asleep half awake phase when I hear laughter. I kinda jolt awake but don’t hear it anymore so I figured it was a dream. I lay back down and a few minutes later I hear it again. It continues and gets pretty loud. I wake up again but this time my dad is up too. He whispers and asked “Did you hear that?” and this is when my heart dropped. He heard the laughing too. It wasn’t a dream. We heard it again but it was faint and now that I’m actually awake I am paying attention to it.

    It sounded kind of like several people laughing in unison. It wasn’t cackling or hysterical laughter but just kind of normal laughter. It didn’t last but for maybe 5 or 6 long motherfucking seconds. I have never felt that much fear before in my entire life. We didn’t hear it anymore after that but needless to say we didn’t get any sleep. We packed up as soon as the sun came up and GTFO’d.

    My dad was convinced someone followed us and was playing a prank. That’s why we didn’t see anything. He said while we were in the stand and blind, they were scaring all of the wildlife off with their unmasked scent and being on the ground. He says this but he didn’t go back out there for over a month. When he did finally go back, he mentioned it to the guy who owned the property. He wouldn’t let my dad hunt their anymore. Didn’t say why either. My dad thinks he made the guy think that my dad was crazy or something.

    I guess it is possible for someone to have followed us out there. They must be legit ninjas though because we went out before day break. Nobody but the owner was parked out there that morning. There were dead leaves and sticks everywhere and when they decided to laugh, it came from different spots and I never heard a footstep. Sorry if this wasn’t really what you were looking for but it’s one of my best stories, even if nobody I tell it to believes me.

    I’ve got goosebumps.

What are some subtle body language signs that reveal a lot about someone?

  1. People who are insecure about their weight constantly pull their shirt away from their body

  2. Their bodily orientation to yours is a big one. A person standing closer, or faced directly toward you generally is showing interest in the interaction (or possibly you!) Think about how we stand when we are trying to end a conversation. We turn our bodies away and create more distance.

  3. The way they lean towards or away from you and how close they stand. Someone once pointed out that my principal likes to get close and lean forward until the other person steps back, to assert dominance.

    Got really awkward when I kept standing where I was and he came within inches of me. He was really confused and gave me a weird look

  4. How about one that is usually considered a surefire sign of something specific that usually isn’t: crossing your arms in front of your body.

    Arms can only go so many places. Maybe I’m chilly. Maybe I don’t have pockets. Maybe I’m leaning back and my elbows have been resting on the armrest too long. Crossed arms doesn’t always mean someone is closed off or intimidating.

  5. Sometimes in public spaces (restaurants, cafés, bars, etc.) I see someone waiting alone for their friend(s) to come. To me, those with insecurities look really uncomfortable being alone and can’t seem to be comfortable until a friend arrives.

  6. Many of these answers have to do with revealing how someone feels about the person they’ve just met. That’s certainly useful information – particularly if you’re not the sort to pick up on it instinctively – but it’s only really relevant to an initial encounter. Once you’ve made your first impression, you’ll want to start learning about your conversational partner as a person (rather than just as a prospect).

    For example, if someone uses the same motions or phrases over and over when they’re listening to you, then there’s a pretty good chance that they’re not interested in the topic:

    “So, there I was, right?”
    “The guy didn’t want to let me in, but he wasn’t about to tell his manager that.”
    “Oh, really?”
    “As politely as I could, I nodded and thanked him.”
    “He just sneered at me.”
    “Oh, really?”

    You get the idea.

    On the other hand, if someone doesn’t try to involve you in what they’re saying – meaning, if they don’t invite your questions or don’t seem to care about your reactions – then they likely aren’t interested in you so much as they’re interested in having an audience. That can change from moment to moment, of course, but you can tell a lot about a person’s basic priorities from the subject matter that they offer, whether or not they seem affected by how it’s being received, and their general demeanor while discussing it.

    That general demeanor, incidentally, can be the most informative of all.

    Confidence, for example, is usually thought of as attractive… but it’s also one of the most commonly counterfeited mental states. A truly confident person is just as likely to listen as he or she is to speak, and they will almost universally offer positive feedback as opposed to negative feedback. Conversely, a person who is only faking confidence (or who feels insecure in some way) will try to undermine other people, will be dismissive of one thing or another, or will seem largely oblivious to the emotional states of the people around them.

    The same thing goes for people who are competent, as well: Someone who truly understands the topic they’re discussing will subtly invite questions and offer information. An individual who is merely masquerading as an expert (or who has deluded themselves into believing that they are) will either avoid questions or act like they’re amused by them.

    Finally, there is one overall tip that is applicable to all of this: Watch for how a person says “I don’t know.” Where do their eyes go? What do their shoulders do? Are they smiling? Is it forced? “I don’t know” is one of the most telling responses that a person can provide… and as with everything, the way in which it is said is usually more informative than anything else.

    You just have to remember to listen.

    TL;DR: So you’ve made a first impression. Now what?

  7. Anyone interested in this field should check out “What Every Body is Saying” by Joe Navarro. Good inro to body language.

  8. If you’re leaning in close to someone and they keep leaning leaning away, stop moving towards them, they obviously don’t want you that close.

  9. It seems like whenever I catch someone in a lie the first thing they say is “huh?” And then their eyes go all crazy, like they’re trying to look in every corner of the room at once.

  10. If you’re having a conversation with someone and they start to copy your body language it means the like you. You can check this by changing your position and see if they do too in a few minutes.

  11. Smiling with mouth, polite or full of shit. Smiling with eyes, genuinely happy.
    There are exceptions to this, but in general it applies.

  12. If you put your ears closely against someones leg you can hear them say “what the fuck are you doing?!”

  13. If you and someone are hugged up close, and they keep shifting, they are waiting for something more.

  14. I always felt like having your arms on top in a hug showed a lot of comfort and trust. Like if I go to hug a woman and she raises her arms to hug around my neck and expose her sides it seems more intimate than keeping her arms lowered and allowing me to passively hug her shoulders

  15. Underside of their hands are perspiring?

    Unable to stand, arms feeling unwieldy?

    Do they have their previous meal on their clothing?

    >Mom’s Spaghetti.

What’s your deep web story?

  1. I posted a comment on a video, and when I went back to that page to watch the video later, someone replied to my comment saying: “That is very astute of you Mr. (insert my last name)”

    I didn’t internet for like a week. my last name is not a common one.

  2. I saw someone offering a cure for herpes on Agora.

  3. When the drugs arrive and you look in the mail and the only thing going through your head is “holy shit! I can’t believe there are drugs in my mailbox that someone shipped me!” It’s a high in and of itself.

  4. Found a guy selling carrots. Like, it wasn’t code for anything, he was literally just selling carrots for bitcoin. 10/10 would visit again.

  5. Got bored about 4 years ago, and wanted to see what I could find. Lots of tables with seemingly useless information, people selling drugs, people fucking animals (and vice versa), found a few white supremacist sites, and lots of “cheese pizza.”

  6. Slow as fuck, lots of drugs, lots of members only/password protected shit (snuff, gore), $20,000 hitmen, and far too fucking many ‘lolita/jailbait’ links on the Hidden Wiki at which point I closed it because I really have no desire to see that shit, ever. Uninstalled.

  7. >Went in with good friend out of curiosity

    >Download tor on my computer

    >Go to hidden wiki

    >He clicks random link

    >Land on a landing/home page for website

    >Images i’d rather not discuss

    >Closed browser

    >Uninstalled tor

    >Changed IP address

    The end.

  8. I decided to check out one of the successor sites soon after the silk road was busted. They had two or three shitty looking guns for several thousand dollars a piece, some weed, and a metric shit load of weird research drugs. I was hoping to see things I might recognize like cocaine or heroin or LSD, but instead I got random mixes of letters and numbers in various pills or powders. It was a lot less exciting than I though it would be.

  9. Honestly its not as exciting as a lot of people make it out to be. There are plenty of ‘Hitmen’ but I am guessing 90% of them are cops or a scam. If you are looking to get arrested there are Child Pornography links everywhere. A lot easier to find than I had expected but I never actually looked at them. Plenty of drugs. Some guns. There is plenty of snuff but you can find snuff on Reddit so its not anything special. Overall, I wasn’t looking to get arrested so I didn’t do anything besides browse the hidden wiki. Fun story: I used Tor in middle school to get passed the websites that were blocked so I could play Kongregate. You had to enable flash for it to work because obviously you need it to play flash games, but you aren’t supposed to enable flash on Tor because it allows you to be traced. I didn’t really care though because I was only using it for Kongregate.

  10. I first learned about the deep web back in grade 10 when this really strange druggy kid in my grade was going on about it. We sat together in English and had a new teacher that wasn’t quite good and didn’t really know how to control the class so the last twenty minutes or so she would just let us do whatever. Everyone around this kids desk, let’s call him Eli, would crowd around his computer and watch him monkey around on silk road and weird other sites he found. No CP or anything but drugs and hitmen and weird shit in general. I was kinda sketched out by it so I tried to avoid looking at it all but I listened and it was pretty fucky.

    Eventually Eli decided to order drugs from some site. This was high school so we all lived at home so he figured he’d order DMT to his cottage, go up for a weekend and pick it up to hide in his closet. So he typed in his address to some guy, worked out the details and waited. Went up to his cottage the next weekend and we all waited for his return for the stories.

    Eli got back and we all ran up to him to ask if it worked. He said it didn’t and he was really pissed since he had already paid the guy. He complained to whoever was selling him the drugs and the guy was really understanding and said he send an even bigger package to his cottage. Eli went up the next weekend. Still nothing. The guy was very apologetic and said he’d send one more. Still nothing!

    Eli gave up and figured it was just a guy trying to make a quick buck. He gave up on the deep web and that was that. Months later he goes up to his cottage with his family and has a big dinner party with the whole complex of cottages. He’s shmoozing around and overhears these elderly people talking about going to the cops. He asks why and they tell him. They’ve been consistently getting shipments of drugs every week. Eli had typed in the wrong address and the guy he was talking to had been sending more and more to the wrong people each week because he felt so bad.

    He was so sketched out that he quit everything and now is doing quite well for himself. Proud of him.

  11. I was in the midst of a deeply depraved masturbation session once when I saw a thumbnail of a chick smack dab in the middle of a giant dude circle. Thinking it was a typical gang bang, I clicked on it, because why not? What did I have to lose? I was experiencing a pretty ridiculously long dry spell at the time, and was pretty damn lonely. I had jerked off to the chick from the Education Connection commercials just a few days earlier, so it wasn’t like it would usher me into a new realm of perversion. Anyways, I clicked on the link expecting a gang-bang, but what I found instead was much more shocking. It started out as a typical gang bang. Chick playing with herself, while a bunch of dudes watched on and slowly stroked it. But then things got weird. None of the dudes banged her. Instead there was a glass jar that was being passed around that everyone jizzed into. Everyone. Like 40 dudes jizzed in this jar. Then it finally made its way to a dude in a Chef’s uniform. He came out of nowhere. And he added the jizz to pancake batter and made pancakes. THE DUDE MADE JIZZ CAKES! Anyways, the chick eats the jizz cakes, while everyone watches, and the weirdest porn I’ve ever seen comes to a strange uncomfortable end. Needless to say, it was very difficult to masturbate too.

  12. If people notice this thread, it will be a good thread.

  13. Repost from another thread:

    >Throwaway. You’ll understand why.

    >When I was still underage , 14 to be exact, I started to learn and find out about the “deep” web or dark web or whatever. It started out as me being cool because was able to access it or whatever when I showed my friends. Also to look at drug prices on different websites.

    >Anyhow, eventually I discovered the CP network. Well, as a horny teenage boy, I started visiting the chat rooms pretty often. Didn’t say much, just watched pedos talk about different things. Sometimes there would be link dumps of HUNDREDS of different CP. I tried to resist from it knowing it was wrong… But I didn’t hold out to long with my tendencies. I started visiting the rooms more often and getting to know more of the people on them, hell, even started talking to a few. I can’t remember when… But one day I was talking and a guy asked me how old I was… I don’t know why I didn’t lie and tell him 49 or something , but I said 15. Welllllllllll he just so happened to have an interest in me… We talked some more.. And then I realized I had kind of a fetish (at the time) of maybe being handled by an older man… I ended up sending a few pictures to him (no face obviously) and he got off for the night. A few more people messaged me the next night… And the next… And so on. I probably sent hundreds of pics and some videos of me using a shitty webcam I had. I talked to some of the darkest and most hated people on the earth and didn’t think twice about it.

    >It all came to an abrupt end when my PC died and I had to wait a couple months to get a new one. I had thought about it a lot and decided it wasn’t best for me to be doing that (duh) and didn’t install the next update to the deepweb browser… I have never been able to tell anyone this due to its nature, but it feels good to get it off my chest. This will probably be buried but I just thought I’d put it out there

  14. Boring sites in different languages. Hitman/drugs open market. Cheese pizza everywhere. Not worth it though, the deep web is more urban legend than anything.

  15. found someone selling a “wish pill” online. Basically you take the pill, make a wish and it’s suppose to make it come true. It just made me laugh how much they were trying to sell it off as something real, they made up fake elements that were supposedly found in nature and showed videos of them “making the pill” (Which was really just a bunch of blue lights being flashed at the screen).

    They were selling it for a $100 a pill, sad thing is there were probably a few idiots who actually bought it.

What instantly ruins pork for you?

  1. When it’s too dry.

  2. When the guy eating it is ugly.

  3. Like, when you want to see the juicy Pork, but all you see is the guy’s face grunting in enjoyment instead.

  4. When the pig screams like a banshee the whole time.

  5. When the guy behind the camera starts talking. It’s like come on dude, I’m trying to eat.

  6. Oh I get it

    Edit: Gold? Gold!? Oh boy. Um.. I’d like to thank God, my family, and the part of my brain that allows me to recognize when letters are different then the letters they were the other time. DON’T GIVE UP ON YOUR DREAMS

  7. Those women with scary long fingernails passionately thrusting their talons into the soft insides of their freshly roasted pork loin. Nope. No thanks. I’ll be having none of that.

    Fat, hairy pigs fucking gorgeous piglets in high definition. 720p is high enough for that, thank you. I’d rather not have a high definition zoom of the back of your scraggly ballsack and a peek at your starfish, overweight, sweaty stranger.

  8. When the pig begins to speak. SHUT UP!

  9. Trichinella spiralis.

  10. My orgasm.

    As soon as I cum, all pork becomes disgusting…

    Edit: Thanks Reddit for making my highest rated comment be about cumming on pork. Aww and gilded too?! Y’all are too sweet, come here and let me make you some of my special glazed pork chops.

  11. Being Jewish.

    Edit: Thank you for the Jew gold.

  12. I’m a vegetarian, so I prefer corn. The pores on the corn must always be hard. None of that soft-pore corn.
    Edit: Gold? Thanks! Here’s a link to the post I was referencing.


  13. videos of cute baby pigs doing cute things

  14. Hearing how intelligent and loving pigs are as pets. I’ve heard they can be as smart and friendly as dogs. Dammit pigs why do you have to be so delicious? I want to be your friend, but I want to eat you more. 🙁

  15. The Koran.

Girls of Reddit: What are some things you look for when visiting a guys place for the first time?

  1. Cleanliness and organization. Doesn’t have to be perfect, but there better not be shit streaks in your toilet bowl or no paper on the roll.

  2. Is there a garbage can in the bathroom?

    I always really hope there’s a garbage can in the bathroom.

    EDIT: Because guys keep asking, it’s so women can throw their used pads and tampons away.

  3. Whether his house smells good or not. I went to a guy’s house once and he kept his cat’s litterbox in his bedroom, next to his bed. The smell was awful. I could not focus on anything else but the stench of urine, feces, and cat litter. Your house doesn’t have to smell like roses but as long as it doesn’t smell like cat shit or anything, it’s probably fine.

  4. Dated a guy who had an 11 x 14 photo of HIMSELF just at the entrance. Not his family with him too, just himself. That was a little off-putting.

  5. TIL, a girl will be satisfied if I lived in a clean bathroom. Just throw in a couple books and a poster or 2 and I’ve covered 90% of the issues mentioned here.

  6. Bathrooms should have toilet paper, hand soap, hand towel (please don’t make me use your damp bath towel), and a trash can. Bed should have clean sheets, although I wouldn’t care if the bed was made. A clean water glass in a reasonably easy to find location would be nice too.

  7. ITT: Hot single girls in your area want to see toilet paper and cleanliness!

  8. reading this thread means I’m pretty much good to go..

    if only women came to my house ;_;

  9. My mother always told me(27/m) to keep a tissue box in the house for extra points with the ladies!

  10. I remember hanging with my GF and her friends and one of them announced she broke up with her bf. Because she checked around while he was in the shower found a pair of panties that weren’t hers and assumed he was either cheating or still getting over someone.

  11. Ah, being a man. Getting bonus points for having a fucking trash can and soap in the bathroom.

  12. It seems the scope of all the responses are incredibly focused on the bathroom. Does no one look for furniture? What about an actual bed frame instead of just a mattress? What about having a stocked kitchen? I’m not talking about food, but cookware or utensils that aren’t plastic or paper. An entertainment system of any kind. Speakers, a TV not just for personal use, or something else that accommodates two people. What about pictures or other remnants of a hobby he likes? So many things that can really describe a person. Clean bathrooms just tell you they do basic maintenance on just the bathroom.

  13. Guy here. I’ve gotten some constructive criticism about my place, and have adjusted accordingly.

    1. Trash can in the bathroom. Bonus points if it has a trash bag in it. Even more points if it has a lid.

    2. General cleanliness. Nope, he’s not a military leader. Just get the bathroom clear of anything yellow or brown, and you’re golden. Er, white. Make your bed even if there’s a 1% chance you’re bringing a girl over that night. Get a hamper and keep your clothes in it.

    3. Stuff on your walls. Some women get anxiety at the sight of blank white walls. Who are they, Wilson Fisk? Anyway, just get a poster or two of your favorite show. Perhaps Daredevil.

    EDIT: Okay okay. If you’re in college, posters are fine. It’s good to show you have some solid interests. After college (or during if you wanna seem mature for your age) get fancy art prints instead. Frame that shit and she’ll be eating out of the palm of your pants.

    1. Extra pillows. You’ve seen girls’ beds before (or perhaps not if you need all of these tips). Pillows as far as the eye can see. Keep a few in your closet in case she wants a few extra to make sleeping comfortable.
  14. Pets. I love your pets, guys, but you have to warn me first so I can pop some Benadryl and keep things going.

  15. Toilet paper.