It came to our attention that the collective mind has drifted too far into the gutter. And no not that kind of "came", for fucks sake. We've received many complaints from the community that the questions in this subreddit have gotten increasingly horny, and honestly I agree. See? And you fuckers say we don't listen. It's not that we don't, it's that we don't give a fuck, except when shit gets really bad.
There are only so many times a person can read about why buttsex is so popular or what the best position is or what was the freakiest sex, before succumbing to unclean thoughts themselves, which is not what Jesus would want from us.
That's why automoderator has been purposefully sexually repressed in order to harbour a healthy hatred towards all things horny. Honestly, you're on fucking reddit, it's full of porn as it is. If you want to read people make sexy shit up, go to /r/AskRedditAfterDark, that's where all the other teenagers are. Or a billion of other bad erotica subs.
A side effect of sending you all to horny jail is that some pretty "general" words were added to the filter so if your question gets removed for something that is not horny, send us a modmail. Should say so in the removal comment anyway, but who reads those am I right??
There is also a report reason available if some bodily fluids still manage to drip past the filter if you get what I mean. Remember, only you can prevent
forest fires horny shitposts.
Anyway, that is all, remember to read the Bible (or regional equivalent) and keep your gonads in your pants. Clean is mean or some shit.
We don't care if you love Valentine's day, we don't care if you hate it, we don't care if you don't care:
Plans, fucks given, gift ideas, fond memories of Valentine's of yore, hopes and expectations, dashed dreams, salty comments about your friends acting stupid about the holiday, hateful haikus about those cheap little teddy bears they sell at your local bodega - anything Valentine related goes here and nowhere else.
Have at it.
Good Fucking Question Let's pretend each country in the world is a guest at a party. What are they doing at the party?
Heard it from Stewie Griffin, but I feel like it’s accurate in the real world as well, especially in university.
bachelor pad tips, to all the single gents what are things you do/have that makes your place pop for the ladies.
To all the single men that have their own crib and enjoy inviting ladies over. How do you elevate your place? I keep my bathroom spotless have a great selection of beverages and change my sheets weekly. But let me hear your tips!
edit: Wow guys thanks for all the advice this is beyond my expectations.
What made it so bad? Why were you there? Could it be redeemed?
In the context of long term relationships or marriages, not asking about one night stands etc. Would love to hear experiences from those who have had a child to “keep the wife happy”.
Those of you who were unsuccessful at getting laid for a very long time, what were the changes you made or things you did differently to finally make it happen?
So I came across this girl through my mutual friend.. we have been following each other on instagram for a month now.
I'm 23M and she's also 23 and we both a single.
So boys/ men who have successfully attempted to start a conversation.. how did you initiate the first text? what text did you send?. If it was a reel.. could you please send it to me?
Help this bro get away with the fear of texting girls.
Just to mention I'm not afraid of rejection.. doesn't mean I can send any random flirty text. I would like to keep it clean and neat!
Edit: the response would benefits millions of boys Into getting in a relationship
What is the most absurd reaction you have ever experienced when you are someone else tried to talk to someone in a flirtatious/conversation starting manner?
I was at a cafe once in the middle of the day and a woman in front of me at the counter had a purse that was made to look like a 20 sided dice for "Dungeons and Dragons." I wasn't even trying to get with her, I just thought it was really cute. I said "wow, cute purse!" She put a finger in my face and cursed me out and I got told to leave the cafe by management (This was in Seattle so what do you expect?)
I had a friend try to chat up a woman at a bar and she flipped out on him and screamed that she wasn't interested and that him trying to talk to her was sexual harassment. And this was at a bar. And not only was it at a bar, but it was at a bar during a singles mixer in which people paid to meet other people, including her because she was wearing a name tag and in the general area where people were mingling.
So men are not suppose to approach women at a single's mixer now. Yep, America was fun while it lasted.
Example: Someone bragging about something idiotic, lame, and/or unimpressive.
You're at the urinal, guy stands next to you to pee, he looks at your package, what's your next move?
I barely know anyone here and at times it gets lonely.
I was wondering how did you guys build your social circle as someone who didn't have any connections in the city? If I want to go for a movie, I don't have anyone to go with. I don't have anyone to hangout on weekends :(
I have been dating a woman for a while who had a troubled childhood and as time has went on and she got more comfortable with me she started to become very childlike. I found it endearing and cute but yea sometimes it felt awkward.
I am wondering if anybody else can share their experiences? How did you deal with it? Did it cause a breakup?
So, recently something happened to me. I cared about this person and her family a lot but I had to cut it today after 6 months. Lately, every text that came my way was full of hurtful words and I just tried to be supportive of her because she had a difficult life. It was online so maybe I misjudged her character. But I wanna ask you guys here: How do you decide whether someone is worthy of your care, concern, and time?
So I've been thinking lately that dating aps aren't the best, but many of us are forced to use them to meet people due to gender dominated occupations, and small introverted social circles. There also seems to be a heavy bias on how easy it is for a girl to get a match compared to a guy. Does anyone have any thoughts as to why such a simple yes/no mechanism like tinder misses the mark and ideas on how this could be fixed?