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#83 - Continue reading, please. I am tempted to say that yo…  [+] (4 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#81 - Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about t…  [+] (6 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#80 - Also, as the last reply I will give to you, it is very low to … 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
#77 - In case you can assure me that you have been talking to more p…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
User avatar #79 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
the streets are empty, save for the dudes making out, and kids are not allowed after a certain time, which is why it's not a big issue.
and i lived on a building with like 6000 people, people i've seen everyday.
and i never saw straight couples making out in that especifc area, actualy it's sorta rare seeing people make out in the street, they usualy just kiss and do shit like holding hands or laughing loud.
#81 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about this particular issue.

Secondly, if it's mainly at night, what's the problem?

Thirdly, might it be, that you see few "explicit" straight couples in the area because it is, as you said, a "gay area"? I for one, can tell you that I have seen plenty of straight people making out in public, but so few times that I doubt if I have ever seen it, gay people making out - not only in my area, but in my entire life.

The great fallacy you are committing here is that you are basing your hate, not on something that is special to the gay community, but to something that is characteristic for a very basic part of human psychology that dictates that things are perceived as though being socially appropriate if they see many people doing said behaviour. And really, no matter if it is frowned upon or not, can you blame them? They don't live in the area, you said, so from where would they know that the local community frowns upon it? All of that is actually completely irrelevant, because you are still basing your dislike on a stereotype. A gay couple does not have to be, and in most cases aren't, any different from a straight couple, except from the sex of the people in it, and a gay person is not different from a straight person, except from what turns him or her on. However, just as there is diversity within the opinions and actions of straight people, gay people act in different ways too.
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#72 - True, Nazism holds a system of political ideas such as economy… 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
#71 - If you have a problem, move. Evidently, public displays of aff…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
User avatar #74 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
actualy i moved, not because of that tho.
and they were more active at night, since none of them actualy lived nearby, at night the streets were rather empty.
you claim that the people who lived there din't cared, they did, i talked with a few of them, and you can see it in people's expression when they witness that kind of thing.
they said they find it unessesary and unpleasant, but since it's not a real issue, and kids do not pass there at night, we all agreed not to bring this kind of shit to some kind of law enforcement or whatever to at least ask them to be discrete, and it has been like that for 25 years.
please do not make false claims with no backing whatsoever, and also being gay or not, some people just don't give a fuck about social norms or what you think and will display their affection or other shit like that without giving a second tought.
#77 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In case you can assure me that you have been talking to more people than you have seen kissing in the streets (which sounds unlikely, as you seem to imply that the streets are "full" of these people), you are assuming, just as I.

Also, I seem to not understand how in one comment your story changed from them being more active at night, then to the streets being empty at night, to implying children should stay away at night.

On a last note, don't make it sound like displaying public affection is something that is specific to gay people. There are plenty of straight people doing this too.
User avatar #79 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
the streets are empty, save for the dudes making out, and kids are not allowed after a certain time, which is why it's not a big issue.
and i lived on a building with like 6000 people, people i've seen everyday.
and i never saw straight couples making out in that especifc area, actualy it's sorta rare seeing people make out in the street, they usualy just kiss and do shit like holding hands or laughing loud.
#81 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about this particular issue.

Secondly, if it's mainly at night, what's the problem?

Thirdly, might it be, that you see few "explicit" straight couples in the area because it is, as you said, a "gay area"? I for one, can tell you that I have seen plenty of straight people making out in public, but so few times that I doubt if I have ever seen it, gay people making out - not only in my area, but in my entire life.

The great fallacy you are committing here is that you are basing your hate, not on something that is special to the gay community, but to something that is characteristic for a very basic part of human psychology that dictates that things are perceived as though being socially appropriate if they see many people doing said behaviour. And really, no matter if it is frowned upon or not, can you blame them? They don't live in the area, you said, so from where would they know that the local community frowns upon it? All of that is actually completely irrelevant, because you are still basing your dislike on a stereotype. A gay couple does not have to be, and in most cases aren't, any different from a straight couple, except from the sex of the people in it, and a gay person is not different from a straight person, except from what turns him or her on. However, just as there is diversity within the opinions and actions of straight people, gay people act in different ways too.
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#69 - I don't think you know what a homophobe is, son. Not … 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
#66 - If a gay bar is nearby, two things are up; a) Are you…  [+] (12 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! 0
User avatar #68 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
straight people usualy just kiss inside the club or on a alley, they don't make out in the fucking sidewalk.
and it's not only there, it's fucking everywhere, the city is fucking gay, i usualy just stare down and blast my earbuds with high music, but sometimes it's fucking retarded how hard they want to be seen.
#71 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
If you have a problem, move. Evidently, public displays of affection is not frowned upon in the area. This is not to do with their being gay, it is to do with the area lacking stigma associated with your behaviour. You will find other areas where things you consider strange is done in public. I swear, the people you see on your street would not act like they do in an environment where it is not acceptable. You are currently in the minority, disliking their public displays of affection, so you are not to decide whether or not they should be allowed That is democracy for you.
User avatar #74 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
actualy i moved, not because of that tho.
and they were more active at night, since none of them actualy lived nearby, at night the streets were rather empty.
you claim that the people who lived there din't cared, they did, i talked with a few of them, and you can see it in people's expression when they witness that kind of thing.
they said they find it unessesary and unpleasant, but since it's not a real issue, and kids do not pass there at night, we all agreed not to bring this kind of shit to some kind of law enforcement or whatever to at least ask them to be discrete, and it has been like that for 25 years.
please do not make false claims with no backing whatsoever, and also being gay or not, some people just don't give a fuck about social norms or what you think and will display their affection or other shit like that without giving a second tought.
#77 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In case you can assure me that you have been talking to more people than you have seen kissing in the streets (which sounds unlikely, as you seem to imply that the streets are "full" of these people), you are assuming, just as I.

Also, I seem to not understand how in one comment your story changed from them being more active at night, then to the streets being empty at night, to implying children should stay away at night.

On a last note, don't make it sound like displaying public affection is something that is specific to gay people. There are plenty of straight people doing this too.
User avatar #79 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
the streets are empty, save for the dudes making out, and kids are not allowed after a certain time, which is why it's not a big issue.
and i lived on a building with like 6000 people, people i've seen everyday.
and i never saw straight couples making out in that especifc area, actualy it's sorta rare seeing people make out in the street, they usualy just kiss and do shit like holding hands or laughing loud.
#81 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about this particular issue.

Secondly, if it's mainly at night, what's the problem?

Thirdly, might it be, that you see few "explicit" straight couples in the area because it is, as you said, a "gay area"? I for one, can tell you that I have seen plenty of straight people making out in public, but so few times that I doubt if I have ever seen it, gay people making out - not only in my area, but in my entire life.

The great fallacy you are committing here is that you are basing your hate, not on something that is special to the gay community, but to something that is characteristic for a very basic part of human psychology that dictates that things are perceived as though being socially appropriate if they see many people doing said behaviour. And really, no matter if it is frowned upon or not, can you blame them? They don't live in the area, you said, so from where would they know that the local community frowns upon it? All of that is actually completely irrelevant, because you are still basing your dislike on a stereotype. A gay couple does not have to be, and in most cases aren't, any different from a straight couple, except from the sex of the people in it, and a gay person is not different from a straight person, except from what turns him or her on. However, just as there is diversity within the opinions and actions of straight people, gay people act in different ways too.
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#62 - About the KKK, as far as I am concerned, the KKK has had no &q… 10/05/2013 on BURN! +1
#56 - Yes, the thing is, we should "passive aggressive" ba…  [+] (14 new replies) 10/05/2013 on BURN! +1
User avatar #59 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
rape is wrong, i don't care about sexuality.
and if you had a gay bar near your neighborhood, you would see dudes (non drunk dudes) make out everywhere, like fuck, if you lived where i lived (praça raul soarez edificio JK[in case you were wondering]) shit is heretical, i have to actualy walk on the road because the sidewalk is filled with dudes making out.
#66 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
If a gay bar is nearby, two things are up;

a) Are you implying that you never see straight couples making out outside clubs? Whether they are drunk or not is technically irrelevant, you are being presented with the same picture regardless of whether they are sober or not.

b) An area with a gay bar is acceptable territory for "flamboyant" behaviour, just like you can't be disgusted by people smoking weed if you live in Amsterdam or people being in a rush in any big city, you can't be disgusted by gay people acting, well, "gay" in an area with a "Haven" or "sanctuary".


>rape is wrong, i don't care about sexuality.
-thanks for analysing my extremely complex statement.
User avatar #68 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
straight people usualy just kiss inside the club or on a alley, they don't make out in the fucking sidewalk.
and it's not only there, it's fucking everywhere, the city is fucking gay, i usualy just stare down and blast my earbuds with high music, but sometimes it's fucking retarded how hard they want to be seen.
#71 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
If you have a problem, move. Evidently, public displays of affection is not frowned upon in the area. This is not to do with their being gay, it is to do with the area lacking stigma associated with your behaviour. You will find other areas where things you consider strange is done in public. I swear, the people you see on your street would not act like they do in an environment where it is not acceptable. You are currently in the minority, disliking their public displays of affection, so you are not to decide whether or not they should be allowed That is democracy for you.
User avatar #74 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
actualy i moved, not because of that tho.
and they were more active at night, since none of them actualy lived nearby, at night the streets were rather empty.
you claim that the people who lived there din't cared, they did, i talked with a few of them, and you can see it in people's expression when they witness that kind of thing.
they said they find it unessesary and unpleasant, but since it's not a real issue, and kids do not pass there at night, we all agreed not to bring this kind of shit to some kind of law enforcement or whatever to at least ask them to be discrete, and it has been like that for 25 years.
please do not make false claims with no backing whatsoever, and also being gay or not, some people just don't give a fuck about social norms or what you think and will display their affection or other shit like that without giving a second tought.
#77 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In case you can assure me that you have been talking to more people than you have seen kissing in the streets (which sounds unlikely, as you seem to imply that the streets are "full" of these people), you are assuming, just as I.

Also, I seem to not understand how in one comment your story changed from them being more active at night, then to the streets being empty at night, to implying children should stay away at night.

On a last note, don't make it sound like displaying public affection is something that is specific to gay people. There are plenty of straight people doing this too.
User avatar #79 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
the streets are empty, save for the dudes making out, and kids are not allowed after a certain time, which is why it's not a big issue.
and i lived on a building with like 6000 people, people i've seen everyday.
and i never saw straight couples making out in that especifc area, actualy it's sorta rare seeing people make out in the street, they usualy just kiss and do shit like holding hands or laughing loud.
#81 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about this particular issue.

Secondly, if it's mainly at night, what's the problem?

Thirdly, might it be, that you see few "explicit" straight couples in the area because it is, as you said, a "gay area"? I for one, can tell you that I have seen plenty of straight people making out in public, but so few times that I doubt if I have ever seen it, gay people making out - not only in my area, but in my entire life.

The great fallacy you are committing here is that you are basing your hate, not on something that is special to the gay community, but to something that is characteristic for a very basic part of human psychology that dictates that things are perceived as though being socially appropriate if they see many people doing said behaviour. And really, no matter if it is frowned upon or not, can you blame them? They don't live in the area, you said, so from where would they know that the local community frowns upon it? All of that is actually completely irrelevant, because you are still basing your dislike on a stereotype. A gay couple does not have to be, and in most cases aren't, any different from a straight couple, except from the sex of the people in it, and a gay person is not different from a straight person, except from what turns him or her on. However, just as there is diversity within the opinions and actions of straight people, gay people act in different ways too.
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
#46 - No it wouldn't, maybe that's because it's correct in America, … 10/04/2013 on Real wordplay 0
#72 - Good luck on your holy quest to delete all falsehoods on the i… 10/04/2013 on ahh rome 0
#45 - Actually, not at all. It's presented in a super cheesy way but… 10/04/2013 on BURN! 0
#42 - You see, here's the difference, and why it's okay to be an ant…  [+] (20 new replies) 10/04/2013 on BURN! +10
#102 - anonymous (10/05/2013) [-]
You're a fucking moron, it is not OK to hate anyone, so hating people who hate any particular group of people is ok because those people are assholes. It has nothing to do with how you're raised, it has everything to do with using your brain and not being a douche...
#115 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
By calling me a moron, you are saying it is not okay for me to hate people who hare people. Why is it okay to hate a group, but not okay to hate a group who hates a group, as you are implying?
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#62 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
About the KKK, as far as I am concerned, the KKK has had no "official" killings in many years. Just public spokesperson, scare campaigns and cross burning. Seems familiar.

I tended this question in my answer below, so for more detail, do read that. Being against intolerant preachers is never idiotic. Irrational hate is never justified, and holding an irrational hate against any one person or group of people is not acceptable. By holding a homophobic stance you are encouraging the spirit of homophobia, and you are standing in the way of the group getting rights. Judging people for judging others is one of the few, not only acceptable, but favourable reasons to judge a person. This goes both for positive and negative judgement, but irrational judgement should always be frowned upon.
User avatar #52 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
he still have a point tho, we should not passive agressive bash people based on their beliefs, if someone prove everything you've ever belived, you would be at least a little uncomfortable, thing is, the family model is based on the holy family, mary, josephe and jesus, mother, father and son.
it's a alien concept to some, who had been raised in this culture, and since homosexuals tend to show their "love" in your face, even more than "normal" couples, it kinda grosses people out.
i don't own your life, nor i command you to do shit, but in my opinion, what we should do is try to make people see our point of view, see shit by our eyes, if they are ignorant or will not acept another person's opinion (like westboro baptist church), we can try and make the differece, trying to modify laws by protesting and voting right, and spreading the word of acceptance where we go.
#56 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Yes, the thing is, we should "passive aggressive" bash them. Turning to actual violence wouldn't be optimal, but challenging their opinions - hell yes we should. There's a difference between being uncomfortable, and thinking this uncomfortability gives you a right to condemn the other person. No, the family is not based on the holy family. The family is based on the necessary components for a family, that is, the person donating an egg cell, the person donating a sperm cell, and the fruit of this fusion. Also, please, do not forget that the holy family is not even nuclear, given that Joseph was not the biological father.

NO, NO AND NO. Gay people do NOT show their love in your face, except from at Gay Pride. It is an ugly and disturbingly incorrect thought that gay couples show their love more than heterosexual couples. In fact, most gay people do not even DARE to show their love in public, due to the stigma associated. I have never seen two gay people do something in public that I have not seen a perfectly "natural" straight couple do - the majority of which I have only seen kiss or hold hands. Not make out, not touch eachother.

I don't understand the point of your last paragraph. A homophobe does not accept a gay persons homosexuality. Protesting is showing that you disagree with the homophobes. Condemnation is not acceptable in any cases except those that involve limiting another persons freedom, unless the persons freedom restricts another persons freedom and so on. Even people who say "I have plenty of gay friends, and I have no problem with gay people, but I think it's wrong" is a wrong opinion. Being gay can not be wrong; it is not even arguable. And no, you don't respect your friends just because you are not being in their face about your lack of respect for their sexual orientation. Peoples sexual orientation is none of your damn business, unless a gay person is about to rape you.
User avatar #59 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
rape is wrong, i don't care about sexuality.
and if you had a gay bar near your neighborhood, you would see dudes (non drunk dudes) make out everywhere, like fuck, if you lived where i lived (praça raul soarez edificio JK[in case you were wondering]) shit is heretical, i have to actualy walk on the road because the sidewalk is filled with dudes making out.
#66 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
If a gay bar is nearby, two things are up;

a) Are you implying that you never see straight couples making out outside clubs? Whether they are drunk or not is technically irrelevant, you are being presented with the same picture regardless of whether they are sober or not.

b) An area with a gay bar is acceptable territory for "flamboyant" behaviour, just like you can't be disgusted by people smoking weed if you live in Amsterdam or people being in a rush in any big city, you can't be disgusted by gay people acting, well, "gay" in an area with a "Haven" or "sanctuary".


>rape is wrong, i don't care about sexuality.
-thanks for analysing my extremely complex statement.
User avatar #68 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
straight people usualy just kiss inside the club or on a alley, they don't make out in the fucking sidewalk.
and it's not only there, it's fucking everywhere, the city is fucking gay, i usualy just stare down and blast my earbuds with high music, but sometimes it's fucking retarded how hard they want to be seen.
#71 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
If you have a problem, move. Evidently, public displays of affection is not frowned upon in the area. This is not to do with their being gay, it is to do with the area lacking stigma associated with your behaviour. You will find other areas where things you consider strange is done in public. I swear, the people you see on your street would not act like they do in an environment where it is not acceptable. You are currently in the minority, disliking their public displays of affection, so you are not to decide whether or not they should be allowed That is democracy for you.
User avatar #74 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
actualy i moved, not because of that tho.
and they were more active at night, since none of them actualy lived nearby, at night the streets were rather empty.
you claim that the people who lived there din't cared, they did, i talked with a few of them, and you can see it in people's expression when they witness that kind of thing.
they said they find it unessesary and unpleasant, but since it's not a real issue, and kids do not pass there at night, we all agreed not to bring this kind of shit to some kind of law enforcement or whatever to at least ask them to be discrete, and it has been like that for 25 years.
please do not make false claims with no backing whatsoever, and also being gay or not, some people just don't give a fuck about social norms or what you think and will display their affection or other shit like that without giving a second tought.
#77 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In case you can assure me that you have been talking to more people than you have seen kissing in the streets (which sounds unlikely, as you seem to imply that the streets are "full" of these people), you are assuming, just as I.

Also, I seem to not understand how in one comment your story changed from them being more active at night, then to the streets being empty at night, to implying children should stay away at night.

On a last note, don't make it sound like displaying public affection is something that is specific to gay people. There are plenty of straight people doing this too.
User avatar #79 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
the streets are empty, save for the dudes making out, and kids are not allowed after a certain time, which is why it's not a big issue.
and i lived on a building with like 6000 people, people i've seen everyday.
and i never saw straight couples making out in that especifc area, actualy it's sorta rare seeing people make out in the street, they usualy just kiss and do shit like holding hands or laughing loud.
#81 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Firstly, I doubt you personally spoke with 6000 people about this particular issue.

Secondly, if it's mainly at night, what's the problem?

Thirdly, might it be, that you see few "explicit" straight couples in the area because it is, as you said, a "gay area"? I for one, can tell you that I have seen plenty of straight people making out in public, but so few times that I doubt if I have ever seen it, gay people making out - not only in my area, but in my entire life.

The great fallacy you are committing here is that you are basing your hate, not on something that is special to the gay community, but to something that is characteristic for a very basic part of human psychology that dictates that things are perceived as though being socially appropriate if they see many people doing said behaviour. And really, no matter if it is frowned upon or not, can you blame them? They don't live in the area, you said, so from where would they know that the local community frowns upon it? All of that is actually completely irrelevant, because you are still basing your dislike on a stereotype. A gay couple does not have to be, and in most cases aren't, any different from a straight couple, except from the sex of the people in it, and a gay person is not different from a straight person, except from what turns him or her on. However, just as there is diversity within the opinions and actions of straight people, gay people act in different ways too.
User avatar #82 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i stoped reading at "basing your hate"
is it me fucking up my english again, or are you not reading what i am commenting?
#83 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
Continue reading, please.

I am tempted to say that you are fucking up your English, because I have been paying close attention to what you have been writing. Swap hate with phobia if it makes you happy.
User avatar #84 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
yeah you were not paying attention at all.
#89 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
In which case, what is the reason you have been telling me about this "problem" with flamboyant gays? What was your point? I just skimmed through our entire debate and concluded that I had been paying attention, so if you would be so kind as to not assume the worst from your opponent in debate. According to popular opinion, the first debator to be personal is the losing part, but I am going to assume that was not meant as an insult for now for the sake of discussion.
User avatar #90 - guiguito (10/05/2013) [-]
i wans't aware this was a debate, i'll just go fap now, enjoy your debate.
#91 - tyraxio (10/05/2013) [-]
I have a lot of wat in my head now.
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User avatar #69 - Crusader (10/04/2013) [-]
And let someone sit there are spread misinformation on the internet?
What do I look like?

I Wikipedia editor/mod?
#72 - tyraxio (10/04/2013) [-]
Good luck on your holy quest to delete all falsehoods on the internet, truth-Crusader
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User avatar #65 - Crusader (10/04/2013) [-]
Yes.
Because the information is the same, but it would be a pain to sit here and do a list of all the people posting incorrect information in one of these spoiler icons
#70 - flyingchink (10/04/2013) [-]
maybe you should stop trying to bullshit people
User avatar #83 - Crusader (10/05/2013) [-]
How am I bullshitting them?
#67 - tyraxio (10/04/2013) [-]
Point taken, but maybe that means you should just leave it.
User avatar #69 - Crusader (10/04/2013) [-]
And let someone sit there are spread misinformation on the internet?
What do I look like?

I Wikipedia editor/mod?
#72 - tyraxio (10/04/2013) [-]
Good luck on your holy quest to delete all falsehoods on the internet, truth-Crusader
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