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#2 - Picture 03/31/2015 on Legendary Birds +8
#42 - Watch this enough and you'll go insane. 03/30/2015 on More Dank WebM's 0
#46 - Oh, well, that answers my question lol. Grats on proposing. I …  [+] (1 new reply) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
#47 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Thank you very much! I appreciate it! And no problem at all, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask. I'm happy to help in any way I can.
#45 - No worries. I thought it was informative. You and the other pe… 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you +4
#42 - The wall of text is fine. I appreciate the effort into it. So …  [+] (3 new replies) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you 0
#44 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh, I've been on hormones for years, and have already had surgeries to replace my genitals. I was genuinly very unhappy with my male body. I thought it was because I was out of shape, so I started working out until I was ripped as fuck, but I was still miserable with it. Changing was the best decision of my life, next to proposing to my beautiful fiance.
User avatar #46 - Abortedwafflez (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh, well, that answers my question lol. Grats on proposing. I wish you a happy marriage. Thank you for responding.
#47 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Thank you very much! I appreciate it! And no problem at all, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask. I'm happy to help in any way I can.
#32 - Okay, I have several questions for you. They may come as rude,…  [+] (42 new replies) 03/30/2015 on I will fucking drop you +3
User avatar #39 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Not rude at all, it's nice when people actually ask question rather than just judging and being arsy! I'm 19, I only learnt that transgender was a word about 2-3 years ago which says a lot about our education system I think! I'd never fitted in all my life and always felt like something was wrong and I didn't know who I was, hated eing asked to just e myself as I never knew what that was. Looking back I've always had feminine interests, when I was little I loved the color pink, played with dolls and prams and dressing up etc but stopped soon after starting school due to bullying. Then about 5 years ago I started thinking, you know, I make a shit boy. I'd be a much better girl. Don't know how I didn't figure it all out sooner really but it's just not something most people think of.

Why am I trans? No idea. In the womb your brain and body develop seperatly and start off female, then either stay female or change to male depending on hormone levels, so probably something went wrong there.

Being trans is hard. I've been on hormones for 5 months now, have long blonde hair, decent tits and a nice arse and wear girls clothes and make up so there's no confusion over the fact I'm a girl to anyone, but you always get weird looks and stares when you go out. And I don't even know how to describe that feeling of wrongness I get when I look in the mirror sometimes. It's crushing. I hate my body. It's getting closer to how it should be but I hate it. Some things will never change, my large hands and feet, wide shoulders etc and that kills me. I have tried to kill myself in the past, not because I wanted to die but because I just didn't want to exist anymore.
Being a girl though, that's easy! Because I am a girl, I don't need to try at all and it feels so much better to be myself. And that's wht it's all about, not being trans, male, female or whatever. Just being yourself.

As I already said, not happy with my body. There are parts that make me feel good about myself like my breasts and hair but I'd do anything to just wake up as a cis girl. The only thing keeping me from cutting my dick off is that I need it for parts. Mentally, I don't think there's any problems there (nothing major anyway). I have a fairly normal teenage girls brain. It's my body that's wrong.

Sorry for making it so long but it's not a subject I can really skim over!
User avatar #102 - shinyarmor (03/30/2015) [-]
You deserve more respect for being a sane person. its an unfortunate but natural rare occurance but you can still live on. you dont ask for special treatment other than a maybe needed medical thing ( i dunno, sorry).

but just i hope you live happy!
User avatar #104 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
That's just it, I don't want any special treatment or anything from anyone. I just want to be accepted and seen as just another girl. Even a sane one maybe haha!
User avatar #105 - shinyarmor (03/30/2015) [-]
a sane girl HA!
if i may be so bold as to joke about women and sanity.
your penis is probably a plus to living on this planet.

for one, you can understand women,
and on the other hand you can understand logic too!

WHAAT, if i find a girl like that since i was 11-y/0 i said i would keep.

lol
User avatar #107 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
A plus? Sorry I'm not convinced, still hate the little cunt. And who says women understand each other? I can barely understand myself lol, and that's on a good day!
User avatar #108 - shinyarmor (03/30/2015) [-]
you are right. but that is my experience with women. being a man who doesnt understand myself sometimes too i can understand what you are saying. but the whole trans thing is on another level.

anyways ill leave you wishing you the best of luck.
User avatar #106 - shinyarmor (03/30/2015) [-]
not tryna hit on. just a fun joke

PEACE!
#93 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
So let me get this straight, because ive never understood.

1. You say gender doesnt define you, so you go off and define yourself with a different gender? so that you can define yourself?
("male, female, doesnt matter, just be yourself!")

or 2. Youre an unconventional boy, who doesnt like feeling weird and different, so you then take that to the extreme and decide to be an unconventional gender ultimately leading to a very unconventional life.

You clearly dont believe in gender sterotypes, so you change your gender because of your sterotype perception of a girl, to ultimately become a non-sterotype/typical girl?

The logic doesnt make any sense to me.
User avatar #94 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
First off, how is female am unconventional gender? It's different for lots of different trans people, for me I'm not changing gender. My gender is female and always has been, I'm changing my body and physical sex. Gender doesn't define me, but I do still have one. Assuming you're male (apologies if not), imagine that everyone saw you as a girl and you were expected to wear girls clothes and had a girls body etc. Sure, you're gender doesn't define you but it still isn't pleasant to be stuck being seen as the wrong one and in the wrong body. It's more than just having girly interests or whatever. It's that constant feeling of dread, that something is wrong. It's wishing you could just stop existing when you look in a mirror. I'm not changing my body and lifestyle to meet stereotypes and be a typical girl, I'm doing it so I can actually feel like I have the right body and actually be happy with myself which isn't something I do a lot of. Being myself means being a girl because that is what I am mentally in my head. And it's very hard being a girl when you have the wrong body.

sorry if I'm not very good at explaining this sort of stuff, I don't get it all and can see it probably all seems weird to someone who isn't trans, but it really is a choice between transitioning or suicide.

#98 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
Well its unconventional, because as a guy, i cant choose to be female and then give birth. Surely thats obvious.

So you also keep mention body and appearance doesnt line up with your perception/desires/interest, is that no like anorexic people? Do they not also wake up in the morning, look at themselves and feel sick, thinking theyre fat?

I guess with the general public, including me, believe theres something much deeper going on, something that breasts and high cheekbones dont really fix. The fact that you can personally assign yourself a gender despite the fact that gender is the definition of reproduction glands, makes it seem as though you have a very selective interpretation of the world. (Probably sounds like irony from your perspective, i know)

If we all became basic again, with little culture and language, farmed and hunted all day, wearing brown sacks of clothing, i dont think a single person would ever feel the need to become transgender, and i guess that ideology is where people like me (the majority) have a hard time understanding and accepting your point of view, that its simply an innate choice/feeling not based upon anything.
User avatar #99 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Right, and I can't choose to be male. I can choose to undergo female puberty and surgery and make my body match my head though. My mum was severely anorexic to the point she nearly died so I know all about that and while I don't want to go into it I can say that it is completely different and much more unhealthy and destructive. Gender is your head, sex is your body. People will disagree but that's how I see it. I'm not "assigning a gender", I'm just being who I am in my head, and the way I see it, it's what's in your head that is who you are, not your body parts. I see what you mean about culture etc, issues like this will still have existed all throughout history but with little knowledge on them, nobody would have recognised them. Go back a while and I'd have been locked up in an asylum for it. And then in the future I'm sure we'll have a much different and better understanding of it all.
#101 - zenrath (03/30/2015) [-]
You seem level headed, i do and dont understand, one of the great paradoxes.

In regards to culture, i really think the better our lives get, the more we find problems and the more radical we get. Its really unfair for me to say, but i still believe that whats in your head, in regards to this, isnt innate, its cultural, a choice you made early on, whether intentionally or not, and its since molded you.

I really doubt that the people who have had busy lives, have ever questioned their gender, the people who spend day to day barely surviving, i cant imagine it being an issue, where as now, in this world, its either change gender or DIE (as you yourself put it). It doesnt add up to just being an innate thing, so its all to do with the mind, and thats why many people see it as a mental condition/illness and a choice to not need to change gender.

Sorry for the huge text, and theres no personal hate from me towards you, it really is somewhat interesting. Its cool if you dont reply though, as i know topics like this get pretty upsetting quick, and im seated pretty firmly on the against fence (but again, nothing personal, i see you more as an ideology than a person right now)
User avatar #103 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Gotta admit, you make some good points! I don't really understand it all myself but can see what you mean, although I don't agree with all of it. I think people who have busy lives and are barely surviving will still have these issues, but they will have many other issues that take priority which may lead to issues like being trans never being realised but they may still affect their lives but just be seen as depression/a breakdown or something else while the cause might not be found.

I stand by what I said though about it not being a choice. It's what's natural for me and it's who I am, there was never a moment where I was having to choose between boy or girl. Living as a boy I just had no hope, drive or sense of identity. I wore the same black and grey clothes all year round, didn't like music, had no real interests or friends and really had no idea what to say when someone asked me about myself as I didn't feel like I knew myself at all. I may not have known I was trans then but I see it as I was operating on the wrong fuel and trying to live life that wasn't mine and I didn't regognise. Then obviously i started figuring things out and everything started to make sense and now I can say I am a proper person. When I first found out about the option of hormone therapy I just cried for ages, I was so happy and it all just felt so right, like I could finally be the same person on the outside that I was on the inside. And that's that it's about at it's core, regardless of the reasons, cause, background etc. Just being able to match your outside to your inside. It feels kind of like I'm a jigsaw that I'm working on and I keep finding more and more pieces. Each change I make, hair, make up, clothing, name, voice, they're all just different pieces of the jigsaw, and one day I'll look at myself and there'll be no more pieces left, I'll be complete
#109 - zenrath (22 hours ago) [-]
Yeah, its really unfair for me to continue with my train of thought/argument/discussion, when something like this is so personal and emotional for you, but not for me.
I havent been in your shoes, so i wont continue with this, as its really unfair for me to continue.
You sure do have alot of conviction about this though!

Best of luck
User avatar #61 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
Considering how much of these dipshits on fj love dickgirls i dont see why thry arent on all fours spreading buttermilk buttcheeks for you. Shit man, half the time all these lemurs do is ask for traps and shit.
User avatar #65 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
"dickgirls". Cheers, what a compliment.
It's a great example of how inaccurate porn is really. Most trans people myself included, would never want to be with someone who likes "dickgirls" because I hate my dick and will not be keen on using it in the bedroom. Also, I'm a girl, a person. Not a fetish icon. I'd want to be with someone who loved me as a person, not a collection of body parts. Most trans girls will want surgery anyway so they won't be a "dickgirl" for too long.
User avatar #66 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
So you wants to be a chick. So whats your sexual pref then.
User avatar #69 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
I am a girl, I just have the wrong body. Or at least, I'm not a boy, that much I'm certain of. My brain is female but my body isn't and it's torture, it's not something anyone would want to be. I'm bisexual.
User avatar #70 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
Well that blows, good luck with that mate. Dont shoot yourselfmor anything, you seem like an alright sort.
User avatar #71 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Shoot myself!?!? Nah, the thought of surviving as a vegetable has always scared me with that lol
User avatar #72 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
scary part is love, that youre always gonna be a fetish for someone. I dont mean to be a total dick but everyones always gonna be a fetish. Im pretty sure my girk only likes me cause she loves guys with long hair and pissy attitudes. Bless that girl.
User avatar #74 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
I know, I don't have a problem so much with people having fetishes for trans people, I've got my own kinky stuff I'm into and so have most people. What I have a problem with is people forgetting that you're still a person too and fetishizing you and just treating you like a sex toy. And sadly, that's how it usually is with people who like trans girls sexually.
User avatar #76 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
Right right i catch your drift. Im a dom in the bedroom, but if try any bossy shit outside of it i find myself in alot of trouble. A relationship isnt sex, sex is only a cog in the big complicated machinery.
User avatar #77 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Absolutley. For me, sex is a tiny part of it. The main thing for me is just feeling loved and cared about and being happy, when it comes to sexual stuff I get most of my pleasure out of making the other person happy.
User avatar #78 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
I like to bully, im a huge bully. I get told thst all the time. Im not insensitive, i just dislike people and petty problems. My girlfriend gets a pass so she thinks im actually s nice person, ive made her cry quite a few times but she still thinks im nice. What up with that yo, its definitely not the sex keeping her with me, and im not some big sensitive guy. im a jerk, and she is adorable how does that work?
User avatar #79 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
She probably loves you. Love can make anyone seem like an angel and blind you to any negative qualities.
User avatar #81 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
Poor girl. I love her too. Watch out for crazy folk on your road to love, you might end up with an ass like me.
User avatar #82 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
ah I'm sure you're not that bad, you did manage to convince her to go out with you after all!
User avatar #84 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
I didnt do shit, she seduced me.
User avatar #87 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Even better then, she chose you. Must have been a reason
User avatar #88 - joedeltaco (03/30/2015) [-]
Probably my glorious mane.
User avatar #57 - fitchy (03/30/2015) [-]
I always wonder how awkward sexual encounters can be for people who are trans... like how the fuck do you bring up that you used to have a schmeckle?!
User avatar #62 - happyhippotree (03/30/2015) [-]
Had one relationship with a girl, before I'd figured out I was trans and all that. Didn't work out at all, I ended up being the stereotypical girl in the relationship and she ended up being the guy pretty much. We broke up mainly because she was always the one to initiate sex and it always felt wrong for me guess I know why now lol.

At the moment, I want to get my own life sorted out before I even consider making somebody else a part of it. tbh just getting sex would be easy, the amount of pervy men who want sex with someone with a penis but a guy would be too gay who message me on facebook is ridiculous, usually get a couple a week. I really don't go for that though, I hate my penis so the last thing I want to do is use it, I'd feel horrible. As for a serious partner though, it's not something I'd lie about. If I thought something might e getting serious then I'd make sure they knew what was inbetween my legs as soon as I could rather than letting it escalate and potentially go badly. A lot of trans people use dating websites to meet people as it's safer (less chance of telling someone you've got a dick and them reacting violently) and you can just be upfront about it then, there's plenty people who are bi/pan or just don't mind what's down there. Obviously in the long run I'll be getting surgery, honestly I don't know how I'd approach it then. I still think people have the right to know but at the same time, at that point, it would be heart breaking to find that even after getting rid of the stupid thing, it's still controlling how people see me.
User avatar #63 - fitchy (03/30/2015) [-]
fair enough, i feel like its definitely harder after the surgery, but best of luck
User avatar #45 - Abortedwafflez (03/30/2015) [-]
No worries. I thought it was informative. You and the other person below me helped me understand. Nothing wrong with being yourself in the slightest.
#43 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Hey, just wanted to say. It gets better over time. The longer you do the hormones, the more female you look, it evens out at a different point for everyone, but for me and most people I know who are trans, it was about 2-4 years. So keep it going, and you might eventually feel satisfied with your body. People can't even tell with me unless I tell them, and then they're pretty surprised. My voice is still pretty damn male, but I've had training to be able to make it more feminine, and I hear theres some good surgeries coming along for it. But keep it up, the teen years are the hardest, it gets a hell of a lot easier around 22 for some weird reason. If you ever want a friend who understands what your going through, hit me up!
#38 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Btw, sorry for the wall of text. I can get a bit carried away when writing. Apologies in advance. If you want a TL ; DR version, let me know.
#37 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
I can't really answer for happy there, but I'm trans as well and I'll give my two cents also, don't worry, not being offensive. Trust me, we get ten times worse. Not as bad as tumblrtards will tell it off course, they exaggerate everything and give actual trans people a shitty fucking name by associating us with degenerates like anon in the content there. Anyway. I'm currently 27 years old, I decided my sex was wrong when I was about 14. I'm not really sure what led to me being trans. I wont say I was born that way, because to put it simply, I don't remember or know, so I wont claim to something I can't prove. I have always been drawn towards feminine things though, my whole childhood I would do things that people would say were more feminine than masculine. I joke and tell my mom she did it to me by making me watch musicals though. I can't really describe other peoples experiences, but the few other trans people I know are pissed about the current state of it all. Not because of oppression, but because of the crazies on the internet demanding to be treated like crystal special snowflakes for being a little different. Actual trans people don't really give a fuck if you mess up the pronoun, its confusing, people mess it up. Call us whatever, as long as you arn't a douche about it. I would say the best way to describe being trans is like having a pebble in your shoe. At first, its not a big deal, you might not even know why you feel uncomfortable. Then you finally realize, "hey, theres a rock in my shoe." But you're kind of in a rush, so you decide to ignore it and get to your classes or work or whatever. But everyday, that rock is in your shoe, and its starting to bug you. Soon you find yourself wanting to just take it out. But theres always something stopping you. You're in a meeting, you're on a date. Its not appropriate to take that rock out. So you keep it in, eventually, you start to get a blister, it starts to hurt. You don't want to make a big deal out of it, so you still just let it slide. But then your foot starts bleeding, you can't walk on it without feeling a little stab of pain, and you just say "fuck it" and take the pebble out. Only in this metaphor, people look at you weird, look at the weirdo taking the rock out. Why can't he just deal with it and take it out when he gets home in private. But you don't really care anymore, you're just happy to have that damn thing out of your shoe, and the friends you were laughing with don't seem to really care. Anyway, sorry that was so long, but its the best description I can give. Back to your questions. I certainly felt trans before I knew what it was. I remember talking to an ex of mine ages back about how I wish I could have been born a woman, I just felt wrong, but when I looked at her, I felt like thats what I wanted to be. She told me what trans was, and thats when I decided I was (again, at 14). I'm very happy with my body now though. I think a lot of trans people get the change because theres something wrong, and they attribute all of it to the body without changing other aspects of their life first. Then they realize they've changed, but are still miserable and take it out on others hence, tumblr but healthy life, healthy mind. I've always been in good shape. I've been lifting weights since middle school, and even after the change I keep myself in shape. People need to realize that they can have more than one problem in life, and there is no one cure all solution. But more on the point, yes, I'm very happy with who I am now. That pebble is out of my shoe, and some people may think I'm weird for doing something about it, but I'm just happy to be alive and the person I wanted to be. And their entitled to their opinion, I realize some people are uncomfortable with the idea, and thats A-Ok with me and most of trans people. To each their own.
User avatar #42 - Abortedwafflez (03/30/2015) [-]
The wall of text is fine. I appreciate the effort into it. So from what I grasp, you personally don't attribute it to your body but rather personal interests. You just seem to like girly things and do things girls would do I guess? Nothing wrong with that. What I have trouble grasping is the whole label thing. I'm tired as hell and sick so i'm gonna try my hardest to describe it. When I mean labels, I mean "I'm trans." After hearing that, I think of someone genuinely unhappy with their body and wish they were born the opposite gender. (Not sure if you said that about yourself, sorry if I didn't notice it.) Wouldn't it be better just to say you're a guy but like feminine stuff? Nothing wrong with that as a whole. It's different, but nothing wrong with it. Just means you have different interests. Yohio (Guy in this video) dresses like a girl but is a guy by definition as far as I know. It's just a part of him. Like Marilyn Manson, he just expresses himself. (I don't like Marilyn Manson, but good example I presume.) YOHIO - SKY☆LiMiT (MV)
#44 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh, I've been on hormones for years, and have already had surgeries to replace my genitals. I was genuinly very unhappy with my male body. I thought it was because I was out of shape, so I started working out until I was ripped as fuck, but I was still miserable with it. Changing was the best decision of my life, next to proposing to my beautiful fiance.
User avatar #46 - Abortedwafflez (03/30/2015) [-]
Oh, well, that answers my question lol. Grats on proposing. I wish you a happy marriage. Thank you for responding.
#47 - soyfriedbryce (03/30/2015) [-]
Thank you very much! I appreciate it! And no problem at all, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask. I'm happy to help in any way I can.
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#22 to #21 - hellscythe (02/08/2015) [-]
how are you
#23 to #22 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (02/08/2015) [-]
Doin good. How about yourself?
#24 to #23 - hellscythe (02/08/2015) [-]
im doing alright darling, a bit tired
#25 to #24 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (02/08/2015) [-]
Well that's not good. Get some sleep so you can be wide awake.
Well that's not good. Get some sleep so you can be wide awake.
User avatar #17 - darlingkurusu (01/19/2015) [-]


i dont know what i did wrong
User avatar #18 to #17 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (01/19/2015) [-]
I don't know you m8. Sorry.
User avatar #19 to #18 - darlingkurusu (01/19/2015) [-]
oh, its ok. this account is made to be the friend of everyone who reads monster musume.

its all cool
#11 - animebewbseveryday ONLINE (11/24/2014) [-]
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#12 to #11 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (11/24/2014) [-]
But...but those are butts.
But...but those are butts.
#16 to #15 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (11/24/2014) [-]
Primarily butts...not that i'm complaining.
Primarily butts...not that i'm complaining.
#4 - dareposta (11/16/2012) [-]
hey dude can i have your fj points? they won't affect your rating or anything, they're used by item collectors and nothing more.
#5 to #4 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (11/16/2012) [-]
No. Sorry. Have this .gif instead.
No. Sorry. Have this .gif instead.
#3 - AwesomeAnonomous (05/02/2011) [-]
So I heard you like waffles...
User avatar #1 - BigBallSack (07/04/2010) [-]
hi. congrats on losing your profile virginity
User avatar #2 to #1 - Abortedwafflez ONLINE (07/05/2010) [-]
Thank you.
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