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    i have never seen anyone fuck up this masterfully

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  • Anonymous asked a question 5 days ago
    Anonymous How do dick pics make u feel?



    This is the fucking funniest thing I have ever seen omfg.

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    The first casualty

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    i need a 1k selfie before i die


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    we all know that one girl {x}

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    when you stay up all night and realize its morning


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  • Anonymous asked a question 1 week ago
    Anonymous My daddy said that because he has collared me that I am not allowed to say "no" to him anymore. He said that me letting him collar me means that even if I say no he's still allowed to do whatever he wants to me because he owns me. I told him I didn't like that but he said he doesn't care. What should I do??





    Hello Anon! I was just about to go to bed, but I can’t sleep well knowing I didn’t respond to you as soon as I read this!

    BDSM and any of it’s subcategories is for two consenting adults! When you tell him no, you’re no longer consenting and he’s technically raping you. The word NO is the most powerful word in your arsenal. Collaring a sub does not ever give anyone the right to ignore the word “No!” 

    I know you don’t want to hear this, no one ever does, but you need to leave him! I apologize for saying this, but your Daddy is abusing you. He’s never allowed to do “whatever he wants to you” unless you’ve given express consent to him that he’s allowed to do certain things and not others. That’s what a good person does for their partner, they understand their limits and don’t cross them! A good partner by no means will EVER tell you that your saying “no” to them isn’t allowed! This just simply isn’t ethical of him and he should never, ever, ever have collared you, let alone be in a relationship with anyone!

    Please, Anon, if you work up the courage to leave him, please let me know! I’m going to worry for you and your safety, since no one ever deserves to be subjected to an abusive relationship!

    My advice is to tell someone about your predicament (preferably a parent or friend that will be understanding and help to protect you), and tell your “Daddy” that it’s over. 

    ANY MAN THAT DOES NOT HEED THE WORD ‘NO’ IS NO MAN AT ALL. HE’S A COWARD AND A RAPIST (this statement can be applied to any gender or orientation)

    I’ve been in your place before, Anon. I know everything of what I’ve said doesn’t seem like it could be possible to describe your lover with, but the harsh reality of this very delicate situation is what I’ve already said. 

    My story:

    I was 15-years-old when I lost my virginity. I thought it was so magical and wonderful that someone would ever want me, this horrible, disgusting, waste of flesh. I overlooked when he beat me afterward or when he told me that I wasn’t good enough. I overlooked when he told me I couldn’t go to college for graphic design. I overlooked when he said he was going to propose when I turned 18 and I was going to accept, whether I wanted to or not. I overlooked when he threatened my life, if I ever cheated on him. I overlooked when he didn’t stop after I told him no. I overlooked the way he had to control every part of my life. I overlooked it when he called me stupid, or useless, or ugly, or fat. I overlooked it when he started restricting my diet or beating me regularly for doing simply things like not making his tea right. I overlooked how he liked to wrap his hands around my throat and make me beg him to stop. I overlooked everything because I thought I loved him, and he nearly sent me to the hospital, he didn’t have enough respect for me to use a condom and nearly got me pregnant. 

    He raped me every day for 1 1/2 years. He beat me every day for 1 1/2 years. Had my mom not seen the signs of an abusive relationship, I wouldn’t be here today. I would have committed suicide or he would have killed me.

    Please find a way to get out, Anon, please!


    PS: you can come to me anytime!!!

    This is important for anyone in this situation to read. You’re always allowed to say NO. Always. If someone tells you that you can’t, that person is dangerous and you need to get away from them as quickly as possible.


    Felt this was Important to re-blog, I absolutely feel the same way. No means NO!~~

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    Decoding Your Restaurant Menu [medium]

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    Good for you, bro. [twocentslice]

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    Ok everybody…..I have this great new idea for a blockbuster movie series…..picture this…..dystopian future…….and teenagers…….

    oh and to spice it up
    heterosexual couples

    yes but consider this: A LOVE TRIANGLE oh man guys we’re gonna make so much money

    But, stay with me here… What if they were all… WHITE?

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