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#223 - I used to laugh at these but now I just kinda feel sad. Everyo… 04/10/2014 on 'Want' VS. 'Do NOT Want' -... 0
#244 - Comment deleted 04/10/2014 on Hugging a woman = raping her 0
#52 - YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 SERIOUSLY YAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!… 04/09/2014 on Science Female dog! +6
#125 - Well we can comfortably agree to disagree, I'm cool with that.… 04/09/2014 on What's up with that ladies? +1
#124 - Clearly more than just me were confused, given the red thumbs.… 04/09/2014 on What's up with that ladies? 0
#121 - Yeah breh, I rip my ass in half like every day just ***… 04/09/2014 on What's up with that ladies? 0
#120 - You know, I will disagree with you on the "not truly equa…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/09/2014 on What's up with that ladies? 0
User avatar #122 - thewilder (04/09/2014) [-]
I am talking on a larger scale here. Just because you have that experience, doesnt mean everyone has. I am talking "most" men and "most" women. Yeah, I suck at technical stuff, Iď sooner break my bike than fix it. But most men I met, were much better at that, while most women...not. Just like how I haven't seen guys being good at decorating or something in that way.
And thing being denied because of gender, it ain't as bad as some make it sound, so nothing to worry about.
Love that last sentence by the way, something I try to hold onto as well and it's one of the things that got me and my partner to try anal, lol. We figured that since it is for life, we might as well try something different.

User avatar #125 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Well we can comfortably agree to disagree, I'm cool with that. But yes, it's important that both people involved in any relationship of any kind are both giving and seeking benefit, not just taking or bringing everyone down.
#119 - Went very well, that sentence. 04/09/2014 on What's up with that ladies? 0
#140 - I'm not stupid I know the world doesn't especially hate me. I'… 04/08/2014 on Just a friendly PSA 0
#47 - Yeah, cos the fact that we will willingly put up with one disc…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/08/2014 on What's up with that ladies? +1
User avatar #123 - connorjay (04/09/2014) [-]
Actually I was supporting women on this fact:

In my example, the man is obviously taking it out of proportion

But by all means, misunderstand my comment completely.
User avatar #124 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Clearly more than just me were confused, given the red thumbs. But, i will apologize. I appreciate your support.
User avatar #58 - animationhac (04/08/2014) [-]
As a person who done a certain activity, it definitely hurts. Specially if you're not relaxed enough. Let me tell you, it hurts more then piercings/things I've done due to never touching down there ><
User avatar #121 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Yeah breh, I rip my ass in half like every day just shitting. I do not want a dick in there.
#45 - I just see so many posts tearing up our excuses, when they ver…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/08/2014 on What's up with that ladies? +4
User avatar #53 - thewilder (04/08/2014) [-]
I see. Well...It kiiiiind of works both ways. Both genders are expected to do some things automatically, have you ever thought about that? Now, now, I'm not trying to turn this into "men have it worse", just because I'm male. I just think that both men and women can never be truly equal in the literal sence of the word.

Men will always be stronger, and usually better at technical stuff. So repairing, moving furniture, providing, blah blah blah that's up to them, most of the time.

Women will do better decorations (seriously, we suck at that), take better care of the babies as moms and more.

The thing that's probably making you see it this way is, that this is the internet. Men are more likely to be basement dwellers (no offence, but when I see someone fucking MLP toy, its mostly male). So ofcourse you will hear more of their "expectations" and "desires". If internet was full of women, i can imagine it would be the same, except other way around.

You won't see guys demanding anal from you in real life. And if so, they are just rude.
User avatar #120 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
You know, I will disagree with you on the "not truly equal'' thing. I grew up fixing my own bike, my mom built her own furniture, we moved our 300lb grill out of the van and into the backyard by ourselves, etc etc. I have done literally everything on that list, with no problem, just as good as my dad. Are we different, and has evolution predisposed us to be better at certain things, yeah, but to say that that means we will always be skewed, I disagree. I think the best option would be to not to say we aren't equal, but to say that no choice or future should be denied based on gender.

As for expectations, yes, both genders have them. I personally do not believe in any of them, nor was I raised in a household where those roles were maintained to any great degree. You are partners for life, meaning your only requirement is to make choices that are not harmful to either of you, but preferably benefit one or both.
User avatar #122 - thewilder (04/09/2014) [-]
I am talking on a larger scale here. Just because you have that experience, doesnt mean everyone has. I am talking "most" men and "most" women. Yeah, I suck at technical stuff, Iď sooner break my bike than fix it. But most men I met, were much better at that, while most women...not. Just like how I haven't seen guys being good at decorating or something in that way.
And thing being denied because of gender, it ain't as bad as some make it sound, so nothing to worry about.
Love that last sentence by the way, something I try to hold onto as well and it's one of the things that got me and my partner to try anal, lol. We figured that since it is for life, we might as well try something different.

User avatar #125 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Well we can comfortably agree to disagree, I'm cool with that. But yes, it's important that both people involved in any relationship of any kind are both giving and seeking benefit, not just taking or bringing everyone down.
User avatar #69 - thewilder (04/08/2014) [-]
Getting thumbed down by females. Oh well, I tried.
#54 - And that sucks. My point is that just because it appears women… 04/08/2014 on Just a friendly PSA 0
#49 - It's cos by then there image of the attractive man has actuall… 04/08/2014 on Just a friendly PSA 0
#48 - Are you ******* serious? Yeah, because all of us …  [+] (4 new replies) 04/08/2014 on Just a friendly PSA 0
User avatar #66 - syntheticdoll (04/08/2014) [-]
So the post is wrong because you don't get that much compliments..... I hate to tell you but... uglier girls get much less. Also, even the prettiest women were called rude things so you don't have to take it as the world specially hates you.
User avatar #140 - Ninotori (04/08/2014) [-]
I'm not stupid I know the world doesn't especially hate me. I'm just commenting on the fact that these types of posts are being brought up more and more often, and it leads me to believe that this is a common thought amongst a good amount of people. I'm trying to share my half of the experience because its a behavior that is not kind, or helpful to a pretty big amount of people.

Aso for ''uglier girls'', ugly is subjective. Some people think I'm hot as hell, others say otherwise. Whether they are even honest is impossible to tell. I'm merely stating that to assume that someone being female means that they are automatically going to have self image and dating easier is a grandiose overstatement.
User avatar #53 - Zeigh (04/08/2014) [-]
That's still more compliments on your appearance than I've personally gotten, and I know for a fact it's more than many of my friends have ever gotten in their lives.
User avatar #54 - Ninotori (04/08/2014) [-]
And that sucks. My point is that just because it appears women get more compliments doesn't mean that you guys have it worse.

At the same time that I've gotten these compliments at 21, I've also had two people on chatroullette insist I was a guy in drag, and three people on here call me fat.

Its not like I'm done with the shit either.
#6 - Why the hell are women just not allowed to say no to anal?  [+] (19 new replies) 04/08/2014 on What's up with that ladies? +87
#109 - anonymous (04/09/2014) [-]
its the headache excuse for sex isntead of saying thye dontwatn to they make up dumb things to get out of it men being anal or lgoic thinkers find it odd while woman emtianl thinker think tell men straight men belittle them thye dont like it so basic venus and mars
User avatar #119 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Went very well, that sentence.
#107 - masterboll (04/09/2014) [-]
guise

its a girl
User avatar #106 - dragx (04/09/2014) [-]
Well you're a women, of course you'd say that. If you say no to anal, why not say no to mutilating your bodies. It's exactly the same thing but mutilating your insides instead.
#89 - fuckyosixtyminutes (04/08/2014) [-]
I had to read this several times before I realized you weren't implying that women SHOULDN'T be allowed to say no to anal.
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User avatar #15 - thewilder (04/08/2014) [-]
I think that the point is, that some women can say "It hurts too much", rather than directly saying that they are not interested (and perhaps the pain can be one of the reasons they are not interested). Atleast thats how I understand this post. Ofcourse they are allowed to say no.
User avatar #45 - Ninotori (04/08/2014) [-]
I just see so many posts tearing up our excuses, when they very well could be legitimate. Also, I feel like we are always asked to do all this shit and then everyone is just pissed because we won't. Frankly, I've never tried anal, so I don't know, but it has never sounded pleasant, and if it isn't good for me I'm not gonna just do it for him.

I never used to be bothered by sexism or anything of that variety until I started to notice the expectations of me based purely on my gender. It's not as bad as some people make it out to be, but it concerns me about ever having relationships when I read about all the shit that people seem to expect me to do.
User avatar #53 - thewilder (04/08/2014) [-]
I see. Well...It kiiiiind of works both ways. Both genders are expected to do some things automatically, have you ever thought about that? Now, now, I'm not trying to turn this into "men have it worse", just because I'm male. I just think that both men and women can never be truly equal in the literal sence of the word.

Men will always be stronger, and usually better at technical stuff. So repairing, moving furniture, providing, blah blah blah that's up to them, most of the time.

Women will do better decorations (seriously, we suck at that), take better care of the babies as moms and more.

The thing that's probably making you see it this way is, that this is the internet. Men are more likely to be basement dwellers (no offence, but when I see someone fucking MLP toy, its mostly male). So ofcourse you will hear more of their "expectations" and "desires". If internet was full of women, i can imagine it would be the same, except other way around.

You won't see guys demanding anal from you in real life. And if so, they are just rude.
User avatar #120 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
You know, I will disagree with you on the "not truly equal'' thing. I grew up fixing my own bike, my mom built her own furniture, we moved our 300lb grill out of the van and into the backyard by ourselves, etc etc. I have done literally everything on that list, with no problem, just as good as my dad. Are we different, and has evolution predisposed us to be better at certain things, yeah, but to say that that means we will always be skewed, I disagree. I think the best option would be to not to say we aren't equal, but to say that no choice or future should be denied based on gender.

As for expectations, yes, both genders have them. I personally do not believe in any of them, nor was I raised in a household where those roles were maintained to any great degree. You are partners for life, meaning your only requirement is to make choices that are not harmful to either of you, but preferably benefit one or both.
User avatar #122 - thewilder (04/09/2014) [-]
I am talking on a larger scale here. Just because you have that experience, doesnt mean everyone has. I am talking "most" men and "most" women. Yeah, I suck at technical stuff, Iď sooner break my bike than fix it. But most men I met, were much better at that, while most women...not. Just like how I haven't seen guys being good at decorating or something in that way.
And thing being denied because of gender, it ain't as bad as some make it sound, so nothing to worry about.
Love that last sentence by the way, something I try to hold onto as well and it's one of the things that got me and my partner to try anal, lol. We figured that since it is for life, we might as well try something different.

User avatar #125 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Well we can comfortably agree to disagree, I'm cool with that. But yes, it's important that both people involved in any relationship of any kind are both giving and seeking benefit, not just taking or bringing everyone down.
User avatar #69 - thewilder (04/08/2014) [-]
Getting thumbed down by females. Oh well, I tried.
User avatar #12 - connorjay (04/08/2014) [-]
It's odd isn't it.

"Babe, I see a hole that I haven't explored, let me go all Chilean miners on it and get stuck in for a month or so?"

"No!"
"OH SO YOU'LL WAX AND PIERCE YOUR CUNT BUT i CAN'T DO...."

Like jeee-heeeez, people need to chlax.
User avatar #47 - Ninotori (04/08/2014) [-]
Yeah, cos the fact that we will willingly put up with one discomforting sensation means we should put up with many.
User avatar #123 - connorjay (04/09/2014) [-]
Actually I was supporting women on this fact:

In my example, the man is obviously taking it out of proportion

But by all means, misunderstand my comment completely.
User avatar #124 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Clearly more than just me were confused, given the red thumbs. But, i will apologize. I appreciate your support.
User avatar #58 - animationhac (04/08/2014) [-]
As a person who done a certain activity, it definitely hurts. Specially if you're not relaxed enough. Let me tell you, it hurts more then piercings/things I've done due to never touching down there ><
User avatar #121 - Ninotori (04/09/2014) [-]
Yeah breh, I rip my ass in half like every day just shitting. I do not want a dick in there.
#23 - You managed to keep a single Bic for that long!? JESUS. 04/07/2014 on It has happened.. a BIC ran... 0
#187 - Thats exactly right my friend. If you want gender equality its… 04/07/2014 on Anon Life Lessons 0
#132 - I agree, that the state of someone's life is definitely the wi…  [+] (5 new replies) 04/07/2014 on Anon Life Lessons +1
User avatar #133 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
*applaud* That sounds fantastic.

Now, if you don't mind, carry the same message to your female friends and maybe they'll stop calling us "dogs" and worse when we're not looking (and sometimes when we are).

Men point the finger at women and women point just as many fingers right back. The problem isn't an individual sex. The problem is people. The reason most guys don't attach the same "standard" to men isn't because they don't, but rather because most guys don't date men and couldn't care less what qualities make a man unattractive; they're not looking for them anyway.
User avatar #187 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
Thats exactly right my friend. If you want gender equality its not about yanking either side any direction its about allowing the freedom of the individual to make their own choices anyway. So everyone is pointing fingers everywhere except that it's not just the gender behind the problems.

#165 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
Or maybe we can just stop insisting that one this this and the other does that and start showing respect. Ghandi believed in a respectful approach against those who screwed him over, and it's pretty hard to hit someone who treats you nicely.
User avatar #188 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah, and look what happened to Gandhi. ;-)
#189 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah. Became a legend countless of people use as an example for selflessness and tolerance. Gotta suck.
#128 - Ok all of those are great but I'm bothered by the women one. S…  [+] (10 new replies) 04/07/2014 on Anon Life Lessons +30
#131 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm sure there's always someone out there. But the OP here is right. There's usually a reason why a woman above 35 goes unmarried. Usually. I think he means those who have never been married before, since married women at the age of 35 should be red flags as well for obvious reasons. You can date anyone you want, but you don't necessarily know what you want before it's too late, which is why it's a good idea to wait until you're closing in on the third decade. That's what I understood, at least.
#177 - anonymous (04/07/2014) [-]
I'm curious as to how you feel about men who are unmarried by 35
#178 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
Probably a damn good reason for that as well.
#179 - anonymous (04/07/2014) [-]
cheers
User avatar #132 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
I agree, that the state of someone's life is definitely the window into them as a person. If they're life is fucked, they may be too. That's not a garuntee though. It only frustrates me because I sit here and watch people hold me to this ridiculous standard, and then act all pissed when I expect ANYTHING of them. Like I exist to satisfy a need, or that I can only do certain things if they meet a certain rule. I'm a plain old fucking person like you. Treat me like one.
User avatar #133 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
*applaud* That sounds fantastic.

Now, if you don't mind, carry the same message to your female friends and maybe they'll stop calling us "dogs" and worse when we're not looking (and sometimes when we are).

Men point the finger at women and women point just as many fingers right back. The problem isn't an individual sex. The problem is people. The reason most guys don't attach the same "standard" to men isn't because they don't, but rather because most guys don't date men and couldn't care less what qualities make a man unattractive; they're not looking for them anyway.
User avatar #187 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
Thats exactly right my friend. If you want gender equality its not about yanking either side any direction its about allowing the freedom of the individual to make their own choices anyway. So everyone is pointing fingers everywhere except that it's not just the gender behind the problems.

#165 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
Or maybe we can just stop insisting that one this this and the other does that and start showing respect. Ghandi believed in a respectful approach against those who screwed him over, and it's pretty hard to hit someone who treats you nicely.
User avatar #188 - bodasion (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah, and look what happened to Gandhi. ;-)
#189 - comradewinter (04/07/2014) [-]
Yeah. Became a legend countless of people use as an example for selflessness and tolerance. Gotta suck.
#207 - That is a really poorly trained dog. I ******* ha…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/07/2014 on I had fantasized about this... +3
#252 - anonymous (04/07/2014) [-]
What you don't understand is that all animals are different. Discipline helps but like humans, some dogs have temperament problems. A lot of dog activists will say that attacks are due to bad training but anyone who has grown up around animals(dogs don't count) knows that training isn't always the case. The bigger the breed, the more aggression you will see out of the total population. That is just scientific fact based on studies of animal behavior. Even the most well trained dogs can snap at any moment because they are... well... animals.
#275 - dudemysides (04/07/2014) [-]
The bigger the breed? Maybe for other animals but for dogs? I never had problems with large breeds. It was always the small breeds that seem to have attitude problems. Those tiny little shit stains always seem to bite children and adults.
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User avatar #219 - goldenglimmer (04/07/2014) [-]
Meh, you can't generalize like that.

A lot of small dogs have a poor temperament from the get-go. It makes sense I guess, most of them were bred for aesthetic reasons, whilst most large dogs were bred for practical reasons, so their temperament played a larger role.
User avatar #216 - niggernazi (04/07/2014) [-]
you raise your children the same way you raise a dog. otherwise those children will grow up to be useless annoying sacks of shit
#377 - I eat like a million different things, most people do. Most of…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/07/2014 on Thin Privilege! 0
#378 - pelycheeacera (04/07/2014) [-]
well then i guess those people call you fat because it makes them feel better about their own flaws. only thing you can do is to stop giving a fuck. if youre actually that healthy, it shouldnt bother you. the only people whose opinions should matter to you are those close friends and family that honestly care about you and wont give you shit for a few extra pounds of fat.
#56 - I eat a giant jicama every two or three days, i eat yogurt in …  [+] (3 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Thin Privilege! 0
#65 - pelycheeacera (04/06/2014) [-]
this cant be all you eat. but doesnt sound too bad. depends on how you prepare the ramen and pasta, the kind of yogurt you eat (sugarless i hope), and the kind of sushi (some fish, e.g. salmon, contains a lot of fat). tortilla chips and cheezits are bullshit though.
eating less isnt necessarily better. rather eat the right things.
as far as drinks go: lots of water or unsweetened tea if you like. no alcohol. no soft drinks (not even sugarless, since those benefit ravenous appetite attacks)
build up muscles. this will severely increase your basal metabolism.
getting enough sleep is also pretty important.
User avatar #377 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
I eat like a million different things, most people do. Most of it is all up the same alley though. I eat like, miso soup too, sometimes cheezits, I'll spoon avocado out of the shell, apples are yum, i like pasta and hot sauce chips, pan cooked meat over rice, etc etc. Its not sugarless, but its small servings. Usually i get unflavored and sweeten it with a little tiny bit of honey at most, or straight fresh fruit.

Its not even so much that I'm all that fat. I am mostly muscle, its just that what little fat is on me is enough that I do not meet the standard set by humanity. I'm pretty damned healthy, and thats legit not me guessing. But the tiny layer of fat (less than 3/4 of an inch deep anywhere on my body) is enough for people to say i'm fat, apparrantly.
#378 - pelycheeacera (04/07/2014) [-]
well then i guess those people call you fat because it makes them feel better about their own flaws. only thing you can do is to stop giving a fuck. if youre actually that healthy, it shouldnt bother you. the only people whose opinions should matter to you are those close friends and family that honestly care about you and wont give you shit for a few extra pounds of fat.
#46 - ....nobody read that I also do hours of heavy lifting and push… 04/06/2014 on Thin Privilege! 0
#40 - I'm not gonna argue about attractiveness or whether fat or ski…  [+] (9 new replies) 04/06/2014 on Thin Privilege! 0
#55 - pelycheeacera (04/06/2014) [-]
what do you eat/drink? any real sports? (walking and standing doesnt burn many calories at all)
User avatar #56 - Ninotori (04/06/2014) [-]
I eat a giant jicama every two or three days, i eat yogurt in the morning, i drink a small fruit or veggie drink while i work, i sometimes have a ramen bowl for dinner, i'll slice cucumbers and dip in a small ranch cup for break at work, sometimes sushi if I'm not broke, spinach pasta, sauteed squash, snack on cheezits at home, low sodium flour tortilla chips and fresh picot, lots of different things. I eat less when I'm at home. Also i do more than walk and stand, if you read. I am also doing heavy lifting and pushing for hours a day at work, and i take bike rides on my day off. I'm not even as big as the chick in this picture, but despite that, and the fact that I am legitimately, medically healthy, I'm still thought of as fat because I dont weigh 100lbs or less.
#65 - pelycheeacera (04/06/2014) [-]
this cant be all you eat. but doesnt sound too bad. depends on how you prepare the ramen and pasta, the kind of yogurt you eat (sugarless i hope), and the kind of sushi (some fish, e.g. salmon, contains a lot of fat). tortilla chips and cheezits are bullshit though.
eating less isnt necessarily better. rather eat the right things.
as far as drinks go: lots of water or unsweetened tea if you like. no alcohol. no soft drinks (not even sugarless, since those benefit ravenous appetite attacks)
build up muscles. this will severely increase your basal metabolism.
getting enough sleep is also pretty important.
User avatar #377 - Ninotori (04/07/2014) [-]
I eat like a million different things, most people do. Most of it is all up the same alley though. I eat like, miso soup too, sometimes cheezits, I'll spoon avocado out of the shell, apples are yum, i like pasta and hot sauce chips, pan cooked meat over rice, etc etc. Its not sugarless, but its small servings. Usually i get unflavored and sweeten it with a little tiny bit of honey at most, or straight fresh fruit.

Its not even so much that I'm all that fat. I am mostly muscle, its just that what little fat is on me is enough that I do not meet the standard set by humanity. I'm pretty damned healthy, and thats legit not me guessing. But the tiny layer of fat (less than 3/4 of an inch deep anywhere on my body) is enough for people to say i'm fat, apparrantly.
#378 - pelycheeacera (04/07/2014) [-]
well then i guess those people call you fat because it makes them feel better about their own flaws. only thing you can do is to stop giving a fuck. if youre actually that healthy, it shouldnt bother you. the only people whose opinions should matter to you are those close friends and family that honestly care about you and wont give you shit for a few extra pounds of fat.
User avatar #46 - Ninotori (04/06/2014) [-]
....nobody read that I also do hours of heavy lifting and pushing at work on top of all the walking? Which includes a heavy backpack? Nice reading comprehension guys.
User avatar #44 - thegrayfox (04/06/2014) [-]
People overestimate the work they do in terms of calorie burning.
Depending on how fast you walk... That entire walk you do could burn maybe....400 calories (an estimate, based on my walks).

On the other hand.... Lets say your daily caloric needs are around 2000, regardless of exercise... if you eat 1700 calories a day, you WILL lose weight at a rate of around 2.5 pounds per month. But, on the other hand, if you eat 2001 calories, you will not lose any weight.

If you really want to lose weight, counting calories and documenting your physical activities is the only way to go.

People underestimate the calories they eat, and overestimate how much they spend.
#43 - timetolift (04/06/2014) [-]
I'm not gonna argue about attractiveness or whether smoking or not smoking is better or not, but I am gonna say this.

I walk 3/4 of a mile to my bus stop. If I miss the bus and I have to beg for a ride, thats twice I do that, so 1.5 miles. When I get to school I walk a quarter mile between the building and the lightrail station. When I go to work I walk another quarter mile to the store from the bus stop. At work i stand all day, literally, we are not allowed to sit down. I lift heavy bags of groceries, twelve packs + of soda, flats of water bottles and canned foods. I load groceries into people's cars, and i push in massive stacks of 6 + steel carts for hours. I clear the lot every single night. And at the end of all that, 27+hrs a week, I am still considered by many to be "a 20 a day smoker". So don't look at people who are smokers and make the assumption that they are unhealthy, or that they don't have fairly healthy lifestyles. Everybody's health is different.

That is literally the logic you just used. "I'm a 20 a day smoker but I am not unwell RIGHT NOW so clearly being a 20 a day smoker is not unhealthy."
Being fat IS unhealthy. Everything about it, from the extra work your heart is forced to do to the extra weight on your joints is bad and WILL cause you problems in the future.
#42 - caninefurryz (04/06/2014) [-]
I used to do all that as well, but it was 2 mile to my bus stop and I can tell you this will not do much for you. I am extremely fit now and most of it is due to the way I eat and how hard I push myself. Just because you are active throughout the day doesn't mean you aren't fat, and your lifestyle really isn't that healthy walking roughly 2-3 miles a day is not that healthy. I run 3-10 miles a day, mileage goes up throughout the week, to be healthy you have to break the routine and go out and do more.
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User avatar #14 - PoisinSandwich (12/02/2012) [-]
I got too lazy to make a message. But for drawing, I just cannot seem to be able to draw hands with correct looking fingers, faces in any way or form, and i always mess up on size ratios of head to body sometimes. Either its too big or small most of the time
User avatar #15 to #14 - PoisinSandwich (12/02/2012) [-]
And thanks for all th hel and offering to work with me again
User avatar #16 to #15 - Ninotori (12/03/2012) [-]
No problem, try these:

Look at the anatomy of human hands. Learn it really well and in detail. Bones, fat, nails, tendons etc, and try drawing some studies of those things. Use the medical/scientific standard to check your accuracy.

Practice drawing your own hands in different positions from sight. Don't draw what you think you see, draw what you actually see (dont draw a hand in an equal position, look at your hand and draw it). Use sighting and measuring techniques.

Draw some hands in photos using the grid method (google it it's really easy).

Just draw lots of hands, and REALLY work yourself on that accuracy. Use that anatomy knowledge, reference photos, and sighting/measuring in your practice and with practice you'll really learn how to draw hands without so much trouble. Like you memorize how to drive or write, it will improve and stick with you until it's second nature.
User avatar #17 to #16 - Ninotori (12/03/2012) [-]
Apply these same techniques to body and face.

Artists have over many years pinpointed human body and facial proportions that you can learn and use to improve accuracy and draw without reference. Look them up.

Look up 'gesture drawing'. It's a technique with the purpose of improving drawing humans, giving character to the body, utilizing time for your work (both quick rendering and long drawing periods). It's a simple, loose type of practice that will help you improve alot, and fast. Professional artists all use this. You can draw using photos just as easily as a live model too.

If you want more explanation or some direction to take for these techniques or something else specific, ask away.
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User avatar #3 to #2 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
motivation? I waas supposed to be motivating? oops.
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User avatar #5 to #4 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Added jogging to my usual evening walks, but I haven't worked up to anything else yet.

Thinking that I'm just gonna aim for dropping the weight via diet and working up the jogging before I try a fancy plan.
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User avatar #7 to #6 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Sure thing :) I will admit though I fell victim to some brownies today XD Only had two, and I gotta say, they were disgusting. I wanted sweet, but that **** nearly ****** killed me :(
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User avatar #9 to #8 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Yup :) I've generally just been eating about 2k calories a day, which is even i think, and I'm hoping as I jog more I'l be burning more and losing more too :D
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User avatar #11 to #10 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Sure :)
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