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#15 - Aw, I didn't know we could do that lol. Colour me embarrassed.… 11 minutes ago on hilary 0
#1 - I know everybody has an opinion, and engagement with politics …  [+] (2 new replies) 11 hours ago on hilary +3
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#11 - cthumu (5 hours ago) [-]
As much as I agree with you about all the political bullshit flooding a site that's supposed to about sharing funny images, it is in the political channel. We can block it if we wish.
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#15 - iFail (11 minutes ago) [-]
Aw, I didn't know we could do that lol. Colour me embarrassed.
I'll look into how to do that right now, thanks.
#204 - 1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the fa… 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate 0
#180 - 1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and on…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate 0
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?
#138 - Thank you! I'm sure you'll find a guy that loves everythin… 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate 0
#135 - Well, I had to amend my comment because I had made an assumpti…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate +1
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#176 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
there are many different things that mostly only affect men. keep in my these are only things i can come up with.

#1 men are to pay mandatory sums of money for a period of i believe to be 18 years if the woman chooses to keep a child even if the man does not want the child.

backup for #1: i realise that it's only the woman that suffers the negative aspects of a abortion which to my knowledge is physical discomfort during the abortion. but i can promise you that there are many men that would go through that if they could to have the baby removed. and to some men the payments are economicly cripling.

#2 if a man punches a woman there is literally a shit storm. if a woman punches a man it's not that big of a deal. and sometimes if a woman punches a man and then the man retaliates it's still the man that gets shit on "because you never hit a woman"

#3 a older woman sleeps with severely younger men, shes a cougar. if you swtich the roles, the man is discusting.

backup for #3 i realise that no one should be doing it. but it does happen, and it's very much hypocritical.


and this is why i said kys. because the last two points were very legitimate problems and you're part of the problem. men cant complain about these issues because people like you shit on them for it.
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#180 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and only if it is deemed to be the fit course of action by the judge.
Don't down-play abortions either, it's perhaps the hardest decision a woman could make. A very close female friend attempted overdose twice following her abortion, and has only really recovered fully in the past couple years. It's not a swift, perhaps painful, surgery and then that's it. And courts of law work out the appropriate amount to pay based on the man's income and his duty of care - they might be harsh, but it's all circumstantial and dependent on the individual. Truth be told, idk why you brought up this point at all, because abortions certainly affect women more than men, in the same way testicular cancer affects men more than women - and no amount of financial backlash will ever repair the emotional trauma and horror that some young women experience - whether it be due to their own mistake or the man's mistake.

2.) True, it happens. I actually never mentioned this point in my original comment because I think it was the most legitimate. But regardless, the same course of action to combat domestic violence exists for men. The exact same. I don't think men should be embarrassed to speak out, but I understand that some are. But bare in mind, so are some women. However, I'll go back to what I've been saying; this is a human issue. It's not just women who are 'mancriminating' against men who speak out about domestic violence - it's other males too.

3.) Agreed, but you could also say a guy who sleeps with lots of girls is a 'stud', and a girl who does the same is a 'slut'. I think this is a generalisation too, because no matter what gender a person is, I feel like people who are sexually-promiscuous are shunned in general. I know a guy who fucks just anything, and we don't think he's cool, we think he's fucking weird. I also think the reasonable person thinks cougars are weird in the same way guys who fuck younger girls are weird.

And that is why you said 'kill yourself'? Because I had a different opinion? Would you propose, perhaps, a mass genocide of those who vary in thought from yourself?
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?
#89 - Then I'd amend the last sentence and say; "My sister,…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate +1
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#90 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
bullshit, heavy backpadling right there. you wouldnt even bring up gentitals if it didnt matter. another point to how stupid you are.

and maybe i didnt make a fuss about those other "seven point" because i kind of agree with you, but the last point is such a big one i feel it's enough. because thats the case.
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#135 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Well, I had to amend my comment because I had made an assumption you were a male, to which you asked, "what if I were female?" That sounded to me like, "how would your response change?" And considering I only changed the one sentence that referred to you as male, but not my line of argument, I wouldn't consider it 'backpaddling', and I think if you can't understand that my whole shit is about how genitals don't matter, then you're too 'stupid' to be critiquing it.

Alright, say even your building your full case on that last point - which seems a bit strong considering you said I should kill myself, I thought you'd taken greater offence to what I'd said - apologies. I do recognise there's no way to not marry the wrong person - but it's not a male issue. If you look on the comments here I've seen a few from people talking about that last point too, saying how their parents divorce affected their mother financially moreso than their father and soforth. Whilst I think the statistics might show that females are favoured in court, in relation to divorce settlements, you can't judge each case under one general rule, as there all circumstantial decisions - there might be some that are unfair, but this isn't a male issue, it's a human issue.
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#176 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
there are many different things that mostly only affect men. keep in my these are only things i can come up with.

#1 men are to pay mandatory sums of money for a period of i believe to be 18 years if the woman chooses to keep a child even if the man does not want the child.

backup for #1: i realise that it's only the woman that suffers the negative aspects of a abortion which to my knowledge is physical discomfort during the abortion. but i can promise you that there are many men that would go through that if they could to have the baby removed. and to some men the payments are economicly cripling.

#2 if a man punches a woman there is literally a shit storm. if a woman punches a man it's not that big of a deal. and sometimes if a woman punches a man and then the man retaliates it's still the man that gets shit on "because you never hit a woman"

#3 a older woman sleeps with severely younger men, shes a cougar. if you swtich the roles, the man is discusting.

backup for #3 i realise that no one should be doing it. but it does happen, and it's very much hypocritical.


and this is why i said kys. because the last two points were very legitimate problems and you're part of the problem. men cant complain about these issues because people like you shit on them for it.
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#180 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and only if it is deemed to be the fit course of action by the judge.
Don't down-play abortions either, it's perhaps the hardest decision a woman could make. A very close female friend attempted overdose twice following her abortion, and has only really recovered fully in the past couple years. It's not a swift, perhaps painful, surgery and then that's it. And courts of law work out the appropriate amount to pay based on the man's income and his duty of care - they might be harsh, but it's all circumstantial and dependent on the individual. Truth be told, idk why you brought up this point at all, because abortions certainly affect women more than men, in the same way testicular cancer affects men more than women - and no amount of financial backlash will ever repair the emotional trauma and horror that some young women experience - whether it be due to their own mistake or the man's mistake.

2.) True, it happens. I actually never mentioned this point in my original comment because I think it was the most legitimate. But regardless, the same course of action to combat domestic violence exists for men. The exact same. I don't think men should be embarrassed to speak out, but I understand that some are. But bare in mind, so are some women. However, I'll go back to what I've been saying; this is a human issue. It's not just women who are 'mancriminating' against men who speak out about domestic violence - it's other males too.

3.) Agreed, but you could also say a guy who sleeps with lots of girls is a 'stud', and a girl who does the same is a 'slut'. I think this is a generalisation too, because no matter what gender a person is, I feel like people who are sexually-promiscuous are shunned in general. I know a guy who fucks just anything, and we don't think he's cool, we think he's fucking weird. I also think the reasonable person thinks cougars are weird in the same way guys who fuck younger girls are weird.

And that is why you said 'kill yourself'? Because I had a different opinion? Would you propose, perhaps, a mass genocide of those who vary in thought from yourself?
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?
#87 - Thanks for retorting to one of the 7 points I made on why this…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate +1
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#88 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
what if i told you i was a girl.
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#89 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Then I'd amend the last sentence and say;
"My sister, you sound EXACTLY like the type of people this site used to rag on 6 months ago, just in favour of men instead of women."
And that's about it.
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#90 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
bullshit, heavy backpadling right there. you wouldnt even bring up gentitals if it didnt matter. another point to how stupid you are.

and maybe i didnt make a fuss about those other "seven point" because i kind of agree with you, but the last point is such a big one i feel it's enough. because thats the case.
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#135 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Well, I had to amend my comment because I had made an assumption you were a male, to which you asked, "what if I were female?" That sounded to me like, "how would your response change?" And considering I only changed the one sentence that referred to you as male, but not my line of argument, I wouldn't consider it 'backpaddling', and I think if you can't understand that my whole shit is about how genitals don't matter, then you're too 'stupid' to be critiquing it.

Alright, say even your building your full case on that last point - which seems a bit strong considering you said I should kill myself, I thought you'd taken greater offence to what I'd said - apologies. I do recognise there's no way to not marry the wrong person - but it's not a male issue. If you look on the comments here I've seen a few from people talking about that last point too, saying how their parents divorce affected their mother financially moreso than their father and soforth. Whilst I think the statistics might show that females are favoured in court, in relation to divorce settlements, you can't judge each case under one general rule, as there all circumstantial decisions - there might be some that are unfair, but this isn't a male issue, it's a human issue.
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#176 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
there are many different things that mostly only affect men. keep in my these are only things i can come up with.

#1 men are to pay mandatory sums of money for a period of i believe to be 18 years if the woman chooses to keep a child even if the man does not want the child.

backup for #1: i realise that it's only the woman that suffers the negative aspects of a abortion which to my knowledge is physical discomfort during the abortion. but i can promise you that there are many men that would go through that if they could to have the baby removed. and to some men the payments are economicly cripling.

#2 if a man punches a woman there is literally a shit storm. if a woman punches a man it's not that big of a deal. and sometimes if a woman punches a man and then the man retaliates it's still the man that gets shit on "because you never hit a woman"

#3 a older woman sleeps with severely younger men, shes a cougar. if you swtich the roles, the man is discusting.

backup for #3 i realise that no one should be doing it. but it does happen, and it's very much hypocritical.


and this is why i said kys. because the last two points were very legitimate problems and you're part of the problem. men cant complain about these issues because people like you shit on them for it.
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#180 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and only if it is deemed to be the fit course of action by the judge.
Don't down-play abortions either, it's perhaps the hardest decision a woman could make. A very close female friend attempted overdose twice following her abortion, and has only really recovered fully in the past couple years. It's not a swift, perhaps painful, surgery and then that's it. And courts of law work out the appropriate amount to pay based on the man's income and his duty of care - they might be harsh, but it's all circumstantial and dependent on the individual. Truth be told, idk why you brought up this point at all, because abortions certainly affect women more than men, in the same way testicular cancer affects men more than women - and no amount of financial backlash will ever repair the emotional trauma and horror that some young women experience - whether it be due to their own mistake or the man's mistake.

2.) True, it happens. I actually never mentioned this point in my original comment because I think it was the most legitimate. But regardless, the same course of action to combat domestic violence exists for men. The exact same. I don't think men should be embarrassed to speak out, but I understand that some are. But bare in mind, so are some women. However, I'll go back to what I've been saying; this is a human issue. It's not just women who are 'mancriminating' against men who speak out about domestic violence - it's other males too.

3.) Agreed, but you could also say a guy who sleeps with lots of girls is a 'stud', and a girl who does the same is a 'slut'. I think this is a generalisation too, because no matter what gender a person is, I feel like people who are sexually-promiscuous are shunned in general. I know a guy who fucks just anything, and we don't think he's cool, we think he's fucking weird. I also think the reasonable person thinks cougars are weird in the same way guys who fuck younger girls are weird.

And that is why you said 'kill yourself'? Because I had a different opinion? Would you propose, perhaps, a mass genocide of those who vary in thought from yourself?
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?
#83 - What, you feel like there's a deep, embedded, 'mancriminating'…  [+] (12 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate +5
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#103 - radioactivepainter (07/25/2016) [-]
All those points you made are exactly what I was thinking, especially with the dick sizes. I'm extremely insecure about my small boobs, because it makes me think I'm not as attractive to a guy as a girl with big ass boobs. Like you said, it's a human problem, everyone has some flaw with their body which may or may not be a flaw for another persons perspective.
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#138 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Thank you!
I'm sure you'll find a guy that loves everything you're insecure about - we're all different, and we all have different tastes after all!
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#86 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
so stupid. "if you dont want half of your shit taken away, just dont divorce"
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#87 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Thanks for retorting to one of the 7 points I made on why this was a bitchy-ass post. If only you'd done it fucking right.
What I said was, don't rush into a marriage, that everybody makes mistakes, the issue isn't gender exclusive, and that pre-nuptial agreements exist to protect one's financial assets.

Seriously, all these feminist-bashing posts used to be for a bit of fun. They were posted to make fun of SJW-types who claim to want change and equality when in actual fact, women are on pretty much level-grounds with men nowadays and the concept of 'male privilege' is a myth. Nowadays, it's post like this, claiming that WE suffer from 'female privilege'. And you're trying to tell me you really feel oppressed, so badly so that my contradicting argument means I should 'kill myself'. My brother, you sound EXACTLY like the type of people this site used to rag on 6 months ago, just with different genitals.
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#88 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
what if i told you i was a girl.
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#89 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Then I'd amend the last sentence and say;
"My sister, you sound EXACTLY like the type of people this site used to rag on 6 months ago, just in favour of men instead of women."
And that's about it.
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#90 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
bullshit, heavy backpadling right there. you wouldnt even bring up gentitals if it didnt matter. another point to how stupid you are.

and maybe i didnt make a fuss about those other "seven point" because i kind of agree with you, but the last point is such a big one i feel it's enough. because thats the case.
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#135 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Well, I had to amend my comment because I had made an assumption you were a male, to which you asked, "what if I were female?" That sounded to me like, "how would your response change?" And considering I only changed the one sentence that referred to you as male, but not my line of argument, I wouldn't consider it 'backpaddling', and I think if you can't understand that my whole shit is about how genitals don't matter, then you're too 'stupid' to be critiquing it.

Alright, say even your building your full case on that last point - which seems a bit strong considering you said I should kill myself, I thought you'd taken greater offence to what I'd said - apologies. I do recognise there's no way to not marry the wrong person - but it's not a male issue. If you look on the comments here I've seen a few from people talking about that last point too, saying how their parents divorce affected their mother financially moreso than their father and soforth. Whilst I think the statistics might show that females are favoured in court, in relation to divorce settlements, you can't judge each case under one general rule, as there all circumstantial decisions - there might be some that are unfair, but this isn't a male issue, it's a human issue.
User avatar
#176 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
there are many different things that mostly only affect men. keep in my these are only things i can come up with.

#1 men are to pay mandatory sums of money for a period of i believe to be 18 years if the woman chooses to keep a child even if the man does not want the child.

backup for #1: i realise that it's only the woman that suffers the negative aspects of a abortion which to my knowledge is physical discomfort during the abortion. but i can promise you that there are many men that would go through that if they could to have the baby removed. and to some men the payments are economicly cripling.

#2 if a man punches a woman there is literally a shit storm. if a woman punches a man it's not that big of a deal. and sometimes if a woman punches a man and then the man retaliates it's still the man that gets shit on "because you never hit a woman"

#3 a older woman sleeps with severely younger men, shes a cougar. if you swtich the roles, the man is discusting.

backup for #3 i realise that no one should be doing it. but it does happen, and it's very much hypocritical.


and this is why i said kys. because the last two points were very legitimate problems and you're part of the problem. men cant complain about these issues because people like you shit on them for it.
User avatar
#180 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and only if it is deemed to be the fit course of action by the judge.
Don't down-play abortions either, it's perhaps the hardest decision a woman could make. A very close female friend attempted overdose twice following her abortion, and has only really recovered fully in the past couple years. It's not a swift, perhaps painful, surgery and then that's it. And courts of law work out the appropriate amount to pay based on the man's income and his duty of care - they might be harsh, but it's all circumstantial and dependent on the individual. Truth be told, idk why you brought up this point at all, because abortions certainly affect women more than men, in the same way testicular cancer affects men more than women - and no amount of financial backlash will ever repair the emotional trauma and horror that some young women experience - whether it be due to their own mistake or the man's mistake.

2.) True, it happens. I actually never mentioned this point in my original comment because I think it was the most legitimate. But regardless, the same course of action to combat domestic violence exists for men. The exact same. I don't think men should be embarrassed to speak out, but I understand that some are. But bare in mind, so are some women. However, I'll go back to what I've been saying; this is a human issue. It's not just women who are 'mancriminating' against men who speak out about domestic violence - it's other males too.

3.) Agreed, but you could also say a guy who sleeps with lots of girls is a 'stud', and a girl who does the same is a 'slut'. I think this is a generalisation too, because no matter what gender a person is, I feel like people who are sexually-promiscuous are shunned in general. I know a guy who fucks just anything, and we don't think he's cool, we think he's fucking weird. I also think the reasonable person thinks cougars are weird in the same way guys who fuck younger girls are weird.

And that is why you said 'kill yourself'? Because I had a different opinion? Would you propose, perhaps, a mass genocide of those who vary in thought from yourself?
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?
#56 - You kind of sound like a little bitch right now..  [+] (14 new replies) 07/25/2016 on Don't Manscriminate -1
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#75 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
i think i have said this like maybe one or two times inn my life and meant it, and now it's a third. kill yourself.
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#83 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
What, you feel like there's a deep, embedded, 'mancriminating' system in society?
1.) Nobody EVER said you had to hold a ladies bag, hold the door open or give up your seat - it's just a fucking nice thing to do. If you don't do it, you aren't shunned for not conforming to protocol - because it's not fucking protocol. It's just a social normality. If you don't want to do it, then don't. Nothing happens. Nothing.
2.) You don't get free drinks? Who's buying these women the fucking drinks - men! If you think girls acting like hoes and sponging free drinks is a problem then don't fucking buy drinks for girls.
3.) We don't get sympathy? Fucking really?!? Ever lost a loved one, experienced heartbreak, even just had a tough fucking day and not got sympathy from your friends BECAUSE you're a man? Well find some new friends buddy, because I sure as hell have never had this issue.
4.) Dick sizes. All I can say is, all humans have issues with loving themselves. Guys with small dicks, girls with small tits, boys and girls with acne or neck fat. It's not a male issue that there's some spiteful humans out there who pick on imperfections - it's a human issue. Because all genders have people who are guilty of this.
5.) If you want to use beauty products - you can use beauty products. There might still be a little bit of a stigma attached to men who do, but we're living in the 21st century and society's social conscious is growing at an alarming rate. Anybody can be whatever they want to be.
6.) In keeping with all mentioned above - domestic violence is never ok. Every rational thinking human being knows this.
7.) Don't marry somebody you can't trust. Hard to do - everybody makes mistakes. Of course, I've been cheated on, most people have. But once again, it's not gender exclusive. However, pre-nuptial agreements exist for the lesser fortunate.
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#103 - radioactivepainter (07/25/2016) [-]
All those points you made are exactly what I was thinking, especially with the dick sizes. I'm extremely insecure about my small boobs, because it makes me think I'm not as attractive to a guy as a girl with big ass boobs. Like you said, it's a human problem, everyone has some flaw with their body which may or may not be a flaw for another persons perspective.
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#138 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Thank you!
I'm sure you'll find a guy that loves everything you're insecure about - we're all different, and we all have different tastes after all!
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#86 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
so stupid. "if you dont want half of your shit taken away, just dont divorce"
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#87 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Thanks for retorting to one of the 7 points I made on why this was a bitchy-ass post. If only you'd done it fucking right.
What I said was, don't rush into a marriage, that everybody makes mistakes, the issue isn't gender exclusive, and that pre-nuptial agreements exist to protect one's financial assets.

Seriously, all these feminist-bashing posts used to be for a bit of fun. They were posted to make fun of SJW-types who claim to want change and equality when in actual fact, women are on pretty much level-grounds with men nowadays and the concept of 'male privilege' is a myth. Nowadays, it's post like this, claiming that WE suffer from 'female privilege'. And you're trying to tell me you really feel oppressed, so badly so that my contradicting argument means I should 'kill myself'. My brother, you sound EXACTLY like the type of people this site used to rag on 6 months ago, just with different genitals.
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#88 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
what if i told you i was a girl.
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#89 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Then I'd amend the last sentence and say;
"My sister, you sound EXACTLY like the type of people this site used to rag on 6 months ago, just in favour of men instead of women."
And that's about it.
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#90 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
bullshit, heavy backpadling right there. you wouldnt even bring up gentitals if it didnt matter. another point to how stupid you are.

and maybe i didnt make a fuss about those other "seven point" because i kind of agree with you, but the last point is such a big one i feel it's enough. because thats the case.
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#135 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
Well, I had to amend my comment because I had made an assumption you were a male, to which you asked, "what if I were female?" That sounded to me like, "how would your response change?" And considering I only changed the one sentence that referred to you as male, but not my line of argument, I wouldn't consider it 'backpaddling', and I think if you can't understand that my whole shit is about how genitals don't matter, then you're too 'stupid' to be critiquing it.

Alright, say even your building your full case on that last point - which seems a bit strong considering you said I should kill myself, I thought you'd taken greater offence to what I'd said - apologies. I do recognise there's no way to not marry the wrong person - but it's not a male issue. If you look on the comments here I've seen a few from people talking about that last point too, saying how their parents divorce affected their mother financially moreso than their father and soforth. Whilst I think the statistics might show that females are favoured in court, in relation to divorce settlements, you can't judge each case under one general rule, as there all circumstantial decisions - there might be some that are unfair, but this isn't a male issue, it's a human issue.
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#176 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
there are many different things that mostly only affect men. keep in my these are only things i can come up with.

#1 men are to pay mandatory sums of money for a period of i believe to be 18 years if the woman chooses to keep a child even if the man does not want the child.

backup for #1: i realise that it's only the woman that suffers the negative aspects of a abortion which to my knowledge is physical discomfort during the abortion. but i can promise you that there are many men that would go through that if they could to have the baby removed. and to some men the payments are economicly cripling.

#2 if a man punches a woman there is literally a shit storm. if a woman punches a man it's not that big of a deal. and sometimes if a woman punches a man and then the man retaliates it's still the man that gets shit on "because you never hit a woman"

#3 a older woman sleeps with severely younger men, shes a cougar. if you swtich the roles, the man is discusting.

backup for #3 i realise that no one should be doing it. but it does happen, and it's very much hypocritical.


and this is why i said kys. because the last two points were very legitimate problems and you're part of the problem. men cant complain about these issues because people like you shit on them for it.
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#180 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) Perhaps in your jurisdiction that's a possibility - and only if it is deemed to be the fit course of action by the judge.
Don't down-play abortions either, it's perhaps the hardest decision a woman could make. A very close female friend attempted overdose twice following her abortion, and has only really recovered fully in the past couple years. It's not a swift, perhaps painful, surgery and then that's it. And courts of law work out the appropriate amount to pay based on the man's income and his duty of care - they might be harsh, but it's all circumstantial and dependent on the individual. Truth be told, idk why you brought up this point at all, because abortions certainly affect women more than men, in the same way testicular cancer affects men more than women - and no amount of financial backlash will ever repair the emotional trauma and horror that some young women experience - whether it be due to their own mistake or the man's mistake.

2.) True, it happens. I actually never mentioned this point in my original comment because I think it was the most legitimate. But regardless, the same course of action to combat domestic violence exists for men. The exact same. I don't think men should be embarrassed to speak out, but I understand that some are. But bare in mind, so are some women. However, I'll go back to what I've been saying; this is a human issue. It's not just women who are 'mancriminating' against men who speak out about domestic violence - it's other males too.

3.) Agreed, but you could also say a guy who sleeps with lots of girls is a 'stud', and a girl who does the same is a 'slut'. I think this is a generalisation too, because no matter what gender a person is, I feel like people who are sexually-promiscuous are shunned in general. I know a guy who fucks just anything, and we don't think he's cool, we think he's fucking weird. I also think the reasonable person thinks cougars are weird in the same way guys who fuck younger girls are weird.

And that is why you said 'kill yourself'? Because I had a different opinion? Would you propose, perhaps, a mass genocide of those who vary in thought from yourself?
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#190 - madb (07/25/2016) [-]
#1 women dont pay for mens testicular cancer for 18 years.

#2 no your "original comment" didnt mention the physcial abuse point because your originial comment was you saying and i quote "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now" with a smug face attatched to it. and this was a reply to the entirety of the content, which includes the very legitetmate last two pictures.

#3 what you say is aqually as valid as what i said. the key difference is that im advocating that people should be able to talk about it while you commented with the original comment as earlier stated "you kind of sound like a little bitch right now, with a smug face attatched to it.

this entire comment thread between you and me started with you saying OP was sounding like a bitch for posting this and making light of it. i would never tell someone that they sound like a little bitch if they advocated for legit womens issues and not "manspreading"
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#204 - iFail (07/25/2016) [-]
1.) True. But not all unwanted children are paid for by the father. I can't stress this point enough, there isn't one funnel in which all men are dealt with under one law, it's not 'discrimination' to ensure that a man who fathers a child that he didn't want must support it in one way or another.
2.) Sorry, I meant my second comment. But yeah, I stand by my first also, this point is just whining and bitchy - it's highlighting a problem that doesn't exist - men are not at a disadvantage in society because of their gender. Whilst there might be some small disadvantages in some, very specific, walks of life, we are not 'mencriminated'. The playing field for genders is very equal nowadays, now men just want to whine to retort against women who whine. This is a step in the wrong direction.

Nah, but you'd tell them to consider suicide, right?