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1 minute ago, ali_91 said:

Play the ball, not the man. Merely defending the right to call someone a c**t if they act like a c**t. 

Are you perfect?

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8 minutes ago, Jamaldo said:

f**k it, I'm going to fire in with one and to hell with the consequences:

The London Bridge attack didn't actually happen and is just another government conspiracy to gain support for anti-immigration policies and Brexit. There is no Usman Khan and nobody died. It happened right before this election, just like in 2017. Coincidence? No.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news

Who is this bloke then?

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1 minute ago, Jamaldo said:

Are you perfect?

No, and if I air an opinion that is a bit cunty then feel free to call me a c**t. 
 

Hope the police have let the people that have died families know that it’s all a hoax btw. 

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Just now, ali_91 said:

No, and if I air an opinion that is a bit cunty then feel free to call me a c**t. 
 

Hope the police have let the people that have died families know that it’s all a hoax btw. 

Aye it's on the news so it must be true.

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Two attacks on the same bridge right before a snap election both times within two years, What are the chances of that eh?

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Ok so I've made a bit of an arse of it but as a wider topic why is it ok for men to be held to almost impossible standards but women are encouraged to be different sizes and still beautiful?

Acceptable, rightly or wrongly, attractive shape for women simply involves a healthy diet and using products or items of clothing to disguise flaws. If men dye hair or take care of themselves they are labelled effeminate or conceited.
If they're not ripped or look like a superhero its not an ideal body shape.
Recently a poster on here felt terrible after being body shamed by other guys.
My long rambling point is basically that guys are held to a much higher standard than women and are also shamed much more often and possibly this explains the higher suicide rates.
Can you imagine women shouting abuse at another women in the street about a body shape?
Nope doesnt happen.

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2 minutes ago, Jamaldo said:

Two attacks on the same bridge right before a snap election both times within two years, What are the chances of that eh?

See below for a venn diagram of those who think it was a false flag and those with a two digit IQ.

 

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Just now, D.A.F.C said:

Ok so I've made a bit of an arse of it but as a wider topic why is it ok for men to be held to almost impossible standards but women are encouraged to be different sizes and still beautiful?

Acceptable, rightly or wrongly, attractive shape for women simply involves a healthy diet and using products or items of clothing to disguise flaws. If men dye hair or take care of themselves they are labelled effeminate or conceited.
If they're not ripped or look like a superhero its not an ideal body shape.
Recently a poster on here felt terrible after being body shamed by other guys.
My long rambling point is basically that guys are held to a much higher standard than women and are also shamed much more often and possibly this explains the higher suicide rates.
Can you imagine women shouting abuse at another women in the street about a body shape?
Nope doesnt happen.

Incel forum for this pish. 

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Ok so I've made a bit of an arse of it but as a wider topic why is it ok for men to be held to almost impossible standards but women are encouraged to be different sizes and still beautiful?

Acceptable, rightly or wrongly, attractive shape for women simply involves a healthy diet and using products or items of clothing to disguise flaws. If men dye hair or take care of themselves they are labelled effeminate or conceited.
If they're not ripped or look like a superhero its not an ideal body shape.
Recently a poster on here felt terrible after being body shamed by other guys.
My long rambling point is basically that guys are held to a much higher standard than women and are also shamed much more often and possibly this explains the higher suicide rates.
Can you imagine women shouting abuse at another women in the street about a body shape?
Nope doesnt happen.
Men held to a higher standard? Are you having a laugh? Do you not see the papers, celebrity culture, magazines, social media etc putting pressure on women re body shape?

You are on absolute lunatic territory here if you think men are under more pressure re physical appearance than women.

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Men held to a higher standard? Are you having a laugh? Do you not see the papers, celebrity culture, magazines, social media etc putting pressure on women re body shape?

You are on absolute lunatic territory here if you think men are under more pressure re physical appearance than women.


How do you feel about pressure on your height?

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Men held to a higher standard? Are you having a laugh? Do you not see the papers, celebrity culture, magazines, social media etc putting pressure on women re body shape?

You are on absolute lunatic territory here if you think men are under more pressure re physical appearance than women.
In recent years yes. It's not talked about but its definitely a thing. All the things you mention show men in the same light.
I suppose when you look at sky sports news or news broadcasts you see blatant body sexism that makes certain body types acceptable for women vs men but its definitely getting to be an issue for men but its dismissed by some.

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1 minute ago, D.A.F.C said:

In recent years yes. It's not talked about but its definitely a thing. All the things you mention show men in the same light.
I suppose when you look at sky sports news or news broadcasts you see blatant body sexism that makes certain body types acceptable for women vs men but its definitely getting to be an issue for men but its dismissed by some.

What planet are you on?

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4 minutes ago, D.A.F.C said:

In recent years yes. It's not talked about but its definitely a thing. All the things you mention show men in the same light.
I suppose when you look at sky sports news or news broadcasts you see blatant body sexism that makes certain body types acceptable for women vs men but its definitely getting to be an issue for men but its dismissed by some.

You’re annoyed at women fighting back at the unrealistic expectations they’ve had placed on them for decades. 
 

The fact that you are saying it’s seen as acceptable for women to be plus size now suggests you’ve not been paying attention to how society reacts when any platform attempts to showcase different body forms. Any social media platform showing a non size 10 or under woman is riddled with comments from morons like yourself saying the sort of comments you are throwing out. 

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In recent years yes. It's not talked about but its definitely a thing. All the things you mention show men in the same light.

I suppose when you look at sky sports news or news broadcasts you see blatant body sexism that makes certain body types acceptable for women vs men but its definitely getting to be an issue for men but its dismissed by some.

No. What is happening is *some* young men and teenagers are going through the normal ups and downs of initially being a bit crap at getting a girlfriend and then because they're young and dumb they're treating it like a problem to be solved, going on the internet where some dickhead is telling them they need to have abs and white teeth and all the rest of it. They're finding it hard to attain and getting upset and blaming non existant societal pressure when all they need to do is put the hours in talking to women till it all clicks into place.

 

 

 

 

 

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This is a fantastic example of where some things that are put forward as "my opinion and I am entitled to it" need to be met with "your opinion is clearly wrong".

One of the worst arguements I have ever witnessed on P&B.

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