"I think you could fall in love with anyone if you saw the parts of them no one else gets to see."
Tell me I'm not the only one who's mind went to the gutter.
At first I thought you were saying how Einstein's last words were "Imagine how many people have died on the toilet."
Meh. My standards are low enough, I'd still tap that.
Guys: Sometimes you wish girls would just walk around in sports bras, amirite?*
I like how people downvoted my comment like, "You don't watch HiMYM? Well... Well... FUCK YOU YOU PIECE OF SHIT."
He's making fun of the stupid ass kids who are like "lol i was born in the 90s. My penis is long."
To cheer you all up:
Ah. Well I misinterpreted your comment - to me, it sounded like you were saying it always went disastrously wrong for women, and that you often thought about the fact that males can do so without that happening. However, I understand now.
If you're interested, the penis doesn't exactly curve back beneath your ass in a manner that would lead to you pooping on it. Also, it's unlikely that it will actually be touching the water, mainly because when it's not erect, which it probably won't be at this time, it will (for almost everyone, I'd assume) not reach it, unless the water is very high. And if you were hard, it's uncomfortable and sometimes painful to have it bent down very far, so it will most likely not be at an angle that could possibly reach the water. However, that would definitely make it much more easy to experience the disgustingness that is the underside of the toilet rim.
dat text wall
I personally am grateful I didn't get any genes from her.
Out of curiosity, are you literate?
I was considering upvoting until ""Will the man even stick around once the baby's born? Maybe, but statistics say no."
"Yes I want the baby but I won't stay"
but i liek tits (cry2)
Your thesis statement in this comments is really well bound by the supporting paragraphs; I see exactly what you mean. You've also included the perfect amount of evidence, and your marvelously crafted wordplay through sheer literary genius is outstanding.
Bravo, my friend.
So because I argue against your proof really being proof, I'm passing it off as bullshit? Considering I gave evidence for my views, that's not really the case.
Luck: Success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one's own actions.
And I cannot be sure there's no divine intervention. However, I do not need to disprove that there is divine intervention, you need to prove that there is. Going back to a previous statement I made: if I were to claim that a mutated horse were orbiting Jupiter (furthering this claim by referring to a book that claims it to be true, a book with many contradictions that was also written my multiple people throughout 1500-5000 years in the past) it would be ridiculous for me to claim that someone else needs to prove that it's not true, instead of me proving that it is true.
"God does not like to be tested." I hear this argument very frequently. I also frequently hear that we humans cannot understand the divine will and unlimited intelligence of Him. If the latter is true, then claiming that God does not like to be tested is a ridiculous assertion, as we cannot know what He does and does not like.