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41 Men Confess The Sexual Questions They’re Dying To Ask Women (But Are Afraid To)

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 08:15 PM PDT / Illustration by Daniella Urdinlaiz / Illustration by Daniella Urdinlaiz
Found on AskReddit.

1. What does it feel like to have boobs?

"What does it feel like to have boobs?"

2. Does having a pussy feel like warm banana pudding?

"Does having a pussy feel like warm banana pudding?"

3. Do you like the idea of two dudes having sex?

"Do you like gay sex? Like two dudes going at it? I’m kinda turned on by the idea of making out with another man if I can see a girl getting off of it. Like… I’d love to see her push our heads together."

4. How the hell do you do a blowjob without biting the dick off?

"How the hell do you do a blowjob without biting the dick off?"

5. Do you really like to give blowjobs?

"Do you really like to give blowjobs?"

6. Cut or uncut?"

"Cut or uncut?"

7. What does your vagina smell like on a hot day?

"What does vagina smell like, especially on a hot day???"

8. Do you think your vagina looks weird?

"I have heard quite a few girls say that they think their vagina looks weird. I have never once heard a guy say his penis looks weird. Is this just a common thing among girls? Frankly I have never seen a well-taken-care-of pussy I wouldn’t fuck."

9. How hard can you squeeze a boob before it really starts to hurt?

"How hard can you squeeze a boob before it really starts to hurt? I am always afraid of hurting my girlfriend by squeezing too hard."

10. Do you girls compare boobs?

"How common is it to compare breasts with friends?"

11. Where the hell is your G-spot?

"Where is your G-spot and why can’t I find it?"

12. Do you match your bra and your panty?

"Do you match your bra and your panty? Because if I was a woman, I wouldn’t, it seems fucking pointless."

13. Are you disgusted by your vagina?

"Why do some women seem so disgusted by their own vaginas? I’ve been with a few women that don’t want to have anything to do with their own. Perfectly normal, good looking vaginas too."

14. Do you fantasize about sleeping with your guy friends?

"Most guys I know, including myself, have thought about banging their female friends at least once…probably multiple occasions, especially if you see them looking extra attractive. Even the more ‘average’ ones have some really attractive features, and that is enough to set the imagination gears in motion. We don’t really let it change how we feel about you—I can want to be your friend, but still imagining some crazy scenario where we go at it. Do girls do the same thing? Do you ever imagine sleeping with guys you are friends with, even if you would never actually date them (like I do with my female friends)?"

15. What turns you on?

"What usually turns you on? And how did you get to discover it?"

16. What’s the highest number of orgasms you’ve had in a single masturbation session?

"What’s the largest number of successive orgasms you’ve had in a single masturbation session? Also how many does an average session contain? I know it’s a bit specific, but I marvel at the fact that women don’t have to recharge; it makes sense but is still cool."

17. If you can’t cum, is sex still satisfying for you?

"Mine is for women with a psychological block to having assisted orgasms (not self induced) that are still hornballs. Is sex still super satisfying?

I’ll add that I’ve met a few that said this that I found were absolutely capable it just took lots and lots of foreplay but my wife is one of 2 that I’ve ever met that were legit incapable. The other was completely uninterested most of the time but my wife is pretty consistently ready to go.

There have been like 2 times in the past few years that she like almost had one (or started to) and freaked the fuck out for a sec and had to calm down before we could resume."

18. Do you get bad swamp cooch?"

"Do you get bad swamp cooch?"

19. How hot do we have to be before you care about our personality?

"On a scale of 1-10, how attractive do we have to be to obtain your interest in our personalities??"

20. Have you ever farted during sex and then blamed it on a queef?

"Have you ever farted during sex and then blamed it on a queef?"

21. Do you get wet when an attractive guy looks at you a certain way?

"Do you get wet when an attractive guy looks at you a certain way?"

22. Do I just suck at cunnilingus?

"When I’m going down on a girl, she always seems to lean back and not say much. When she goes down on me I feel like my body flexes and relaxes and I want to thrust my hips. So is cunnilingus more relaxing and it’s a more melty reaction or do I just suck at this?"

23. Do you ever feel ashamed after masturbating?

"Do y'all get the post-wank shame like guys do? I mean after I bust from choking the chicken I’m like Bruce Banner when he turns back from the hulk, naked confused and wondering what just happened."

24. What are your thoughts on threesomes?

"What are your thoughts on threesomes?"

25. Do you get turned on by gay porn?

"If some men get turned on by lesbian porn, do some women get turned on by gay porn?"

26. Do you play with your boobs?

"Do you play with your boobs?"

27. What’s the lady equivalent to a boner?

"What’s the lady equivalent to a boner? And not biologically. I mean, what can happen to a woman in terms of arousal that might make her a little embarrassed if called to the board to solve a math problem or something…I guess nipples? Right? Or getting really…wet?"

28. Does a man in uniform really turn you on?

"Does a man in uniform really turn you on? Like you seem some guy in his army dress blues or his army camos and just like hot damn."

29. Is it okay to have a bent dick?

"Is it okay to have a bent dick? Not a little but a 10 degrees angle?"

30. What or who do y’all think about when masturbating?

"What or who do y’all think about when masturbating?"

31. Do you feel an orgasm when you squirt?

"Do you feel an orgasm when you squirt? Or is it more like a relief like finally it’s out there?"

32. What does tit-fucking feel like on your end?

"Is tit-fucking something you enjoy or do you do it strictly because your man enjoys it? Does it feel good, hurt, or kinda nothing?"

33. Is it OK for me to grab your head while you’re blowing me?

"When you are giving head to a dude, is it alright for them to like control your head? Like grabbing the whole head and pushing your head back and fourth. If yes, to what extent? Also are you y’all cool with receiving scalp massages while giving head."

34. Can you feel the sperm inside you?

"Can you feel the sperm inside you?"

35. Do you experience ‘blue walls’?

"Do you experience ‘blue walls’? Does it hurt like when guys get it?"

36. What do you think about pegging?

"What do you think about pegging? Would you be turned off if your SO asked about you plowing his B-hole with a strap on? If your SO were to bring up the idea what would your preferred way of him doing so be? Would you automatically assume he’s gay?"

37. What do you think about black dudes?

"What do you think about black dudes? Socially? Sexually?"

38. How do you feel about guys playing with your boobs?

"How do you feel about guys playing with your boobs? Are there notable sensations or is it just like a massage? Is it something you want or it’s just for the guys enjoyment?"

39. How do you feel about taking a guy’s virginity?

"How do you feel about taking a guy’s virginity?"

40. Do you like when a guy cums inside you?

"Do you like the guy finishing inside or is it more of a cleanup job burden that you accept?"

41. So many questions…

"OK, girls, I have several questions are you prepared?

1. Is it the dick sucking you enjoy or is rather the noise that comes from oral stimulation? Sorta like how some guys like the noise ladies make from going down on them?

2. Circumcised or Uncircumcised?

3. What is the you favorite position? or at least one that gets you to orgasm?

4. A man who cooks?

5. Favorite porn genre?

6. Have you ever met a guy who is just completely fucking oblivious?

7. Sex anxiety? is that a thing for some ladies as it is for some fellas?

8. What’s the longest sex session (that that was a little cringy) you have had with a partner?

9. Threesomes?

10. Do some of you watch gay porn as we watch lesbians (hentai yaoi/yuri is not excluded)?


What You Need To Do Before You’ll Find Your Life Partner, Based On Your Attachment Style

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 08:00 PM PDT



Learn to be happy on your own, and find practical ways to do this. Travel by yourself. Commit to an entire year of celibacy and force yourself to find happiness even without a partner. Once you’ve come to a place where you don’t feel like you need a significant other to thrive, try dating outside your “type,” or at least don’t settle for your longtime love just because they’ve been around forever. You might have had the advantage of present parents, but your downfall is complacency. Don’t let it get the best of your years.


Address your flightiness in every part of your life. Learn to make the best of things even when they aren’t perfect. Stay in your city for another year, accept your body as it is, focus more on thriving in the work you have than lusting for the work you think you’d prefer. Sure, there’s a lot to be said about having the courage to choose the life you want, but that’s really never been your problem. You’re a little too inclined to up and leave it all behind at the first sign of trouble. Learn emotional resilience. Become okay with a little discomfort. If it’s ultimately for a greater purpose, it’s worth it. When it comes to other people, vocalize when you’re actually upset rather than inflating some small issue and releasing your pent up stress through that. Learn to say “I’m not okay” when you’re really not okay. Your whole life will be better for it.


Accept that pain is part of life, and it’s especially part of a life well-lived. You’re going to have to risk being hurt if you want a chance at really being loved. Let go of the weird, old attachments you’ve been carrying around – the lost loves you’re still afraid of running into, the past ideas about yourself that once defined you. Stop making relationships out to be either the greatest things in the world or the most devastating. Find a middle ground. Work on addressing your fears, focusing on rational thoughts, and surrounding yourself with kind, trustworthy people while you do so.


Consider seeking professional help. There are ways to do this that are either inexpensive or cost-free, so do some research. If you’re coming from a home in which your parents were both your caretakers and your abusers, your biggest issue is going to be not re-creating your childhood in the future. Think of how many children of alcoholics end up marrying addicts because they assume that’s what they’re worth, or they’d rather re-create the familiarity of what they’ve known than step out into what they don’t. Be hyper-aware of who you choose to date. Develop an absolute intolerance for bullshit. You do not want to choose a relationship with someone you have to fix, that part of your life is done. Choose a relationship with someone you can just love. TC mark

50 Hilarious ‘Anti-Jokes’ That Will Offend Literally Everyone

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 07:30 PM PDT

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Everyone Is Getting Engaged And I’m Eating Cheese

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 07:15 PM PDT

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When you enter your mid 20s, a few very fun things start happening.

Your metabolism starts slowing in a way you didn’t even have to think about when you were a teenager. Yeah, that pizza you ate earlier? It’s going to show up within two hours, max. All of a sudden, you’ve gained three pounds.

Friendships become harder to navigate. Sure, you’ve got those few that are going to be around forever, but college friends start dropping like flies as soon as you aren’t in the same vicinity. Your social life starts becoming very selective. Because, like, uhhhhh, you just don’t have as many options – er, I mean friends as you once did.

But above all else, the number one thing you’ll notice when you start teetering into your mid 20s, the people you grew up with are all getting engaged, married, or reproducing.

Except for you.

Ha. Ha. Ha.

Despite knowing technology is on our side and if we want to have a baby when we are 107, we probably can, there’s STILL a weird societal pressure when everyone around you starts moving onward with their “adult” lives.

You feel like you’re lagging in the race. Even if you know you’re not in competition with randos on Facebook you haven’t spoken to in years.

Oh, so Kathy, who I used to watch throw up just so she could drink more, is now expecting her first kid? Great.

This block of cheddar cheese and I are expecting our first baby too.

A food baby that I will have to pass in the next 4-6 hours. I just don’t make a big deal out of it. GEEZ, KATHY.

For every engagement ring I see, I pick a new kind of cheese from the grocery store to try. Also, I’m low-key lactose intolerant so I feel like more people should applaud my gallant effort.

When everyone you know starts getting married and you’re still rolling your eyes at Tinder messages, you’ll think the inevitable: Is it me? And Babe, I don’t know. Is it? Is it us?

If you’re me, a terrible thing you can do to temporarily feel better is recite divorce statistics in your head. If you’re even worse, you can pick out the specific couples from your timeline that you think won’t make it. Laugh as you do so.

When all else fails, clutch your mozzarella sticks tighter.

Happiness is beautiful and exciting and YADDA YADDA YADDA. It’s not that you aren’t thrilled people you know are finding love and fulfillment. It’s that you have found that with cheese products and no one seems to congratulate you.

I love this piece of manchego and I’d love just ONE person to say, “We’re happy for you.” Because manchego and I are very happy together. It might even be true love. TC mark

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This Is The Book You Need To Read Next, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 07:00 PM PDT, Annika, Annika

Aries: March 21st – April 19th

You need some more adventure in your life, which is why you should pick up a copy of the bestseller, Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline. It’s about a boy who enters a contest that takes place inside of a virtual world. There are a shit ton of video game references hidden inside of this novel, but you’ll be able to enjoy it, even if you’ve never picked up a controller in your life. 

Taurus: April 20th – May 20th

You have patience, which is why you’ll enjoy a long, intricate novel like 11/22/63 by the great Stephen King. Even though it’s over 1,000 pages long, it’s worth the read. It tells the story of an English teacher who ends up traveling through time, back to the 1900s. Even though his mission is to prevent the assassination of President Kennedy, there’s a lot more to the story than that, so you’ll love the book even if you aren’t a history buff.

Gemini: May 21st – June 20th

Some days, you walk around with a spring in your step. And other days, you’re in a rough and tumble mood. That’s why you should be able to relate to the main character in The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins. She has a mood that changes as quickly as the weather. Plus, she’s a pretty unreliable narrator, so if you’re a fan of books like Gone Girl, then you’re going to enjoy the hell out of this one. 

Cancer: June 21st – July 22nd

You’re family oriented, so you might as well read a book that your little cousins (or future child) will love as much as you do. That’s why you should try reading The True Meaning Of Smekday by Adam Rex. The animated movie Home, starring Rihanna and Jim Parsons, was inspired by the novel. It’s much more entertaining than you’d think. You’ll actually get some belly laughs out of it. 

Leo: July 23rd – August 22nd

You always speak your mind, so after you read The Straw Men by Michael Marshall, you’re going to have some very strong opinions. To sum it up, the book is pretty much about a serial killer. However, some interesting points are brought up that are meant to make you see the world with a new, sinister point of view. It’ll definitely spark some conversations, and since you love to talk, this is the perfect story for you. 

Virgo: August 23rd – September 22nd

You have a good memory and are skilled at putting pieces together, which is why you should read The Stranger by Harlan Coben. It revolves around a man who receives shocking news about his wife from a complete stranger. Since you’re as clever as they come, you should challenge yourself to see if you can figure out what’s going on with that stranger before everything is revealed to you. 

Libra: September 23rd – October 22nd

You can be quiet and shy, just like the main character in In a Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware. It’s about a woman who is forced to leave the safety of her apartment and travel to a secluded house for her ex-best friend’s bachelorette party. Everything seems to be going decently, until she wakes up in a bed the next morning with no memory of what happened–except, that someone is now dead. 

Scorpio: October 23rd – November 21st

You’re a sexual creature. That’s why you should read something like Big Rock by Lauren Blakely. It’s more of a romance than a piece of erotica, but there are some pretty sexy bits thrown in that’ll make you want to masturbate. Basically, it’s about a man who is forced to fake a relationship with his best female friend. You can probably guess how it will end, but the funny, sultry way it’s written makes it worth the read. 

Sagittarius: November 22nd – December 21st

You’re a philosopher. You need to read a well-written book that’ll make you think. That’s why you should try The Grownup by Gillian Flynn. Like all of Flynn’s books, the story has twists that’ll make your head spin. But the book is short, so impatient signs like you won’t have to worry about spending days reading it. It’ll be over in a flash. You’ll be left wishing that there were more pages.

Capricorn: December 22nd – January 19th

You need to get in touch with your emotional side. To learn that it’s okay to cry when you’re upset and yell when you’re pissed. That’s why you should read a depressing novel, like Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. It’s a romance about a woman who gets a job as a caretaker for a paralyzed man who is confined to a wheelchair. If you think it sounds like a tear-jerker now, wait until you actually read it.

Aquarius: January 20th – February 18th

You’re artistic, which is why you’ll appreciate a book that’s written in a unique way, like S. by J.J. Abrams. It contains a story within a story, and has that House of Leaves feel to it. So if you’re in the mood to buckle down with a book that’ll take you a little while to figure out, then you should pick up a physical copy of this one. Buying the Kindle version just isn’t going to cut it.

Pisces: February 19th – March 20th

You have a silly side that needs to be let free. That’s why you should read a horror/comedy like John Dies At The End by David Wong. Some parts are laugh out loud funny. Some parts are dead serious. Some parts are flat-out disgusting. Everything you could ever want is hidden inside of this weird-ass story. TC mark

What Your Go-To Favorite Candy Says About Your Personality

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 06:00 PM PDT

Hard candies


You are a senior citizen, or at the very least, you're the senior citizen of your friend group. If you're the kind of person who favors Werther's original hard candies, or thinks Cherry Luden's are the bees’ knees, then chances are you have voluntarily called something the "cat's pajamas," can't figure out how Facebook messaging works, and deleted Snapchat months ago because it got too many weirdly nuanced functions that you had no interest in figuring out.

Dark chocolate

 John Loo
John Loo

You have refined tastes. You don't have a "sweet tooth" per se, but you enjoy a nice dessert here and there, and probably also enjoy earthy red wine and a well-made cocktail. You aren't an impulsive, instant gratification-type person. Instead, you enjoy things slowly without overindulging. But even though you're moderate, you like to treat yourself occasionally.

Hershey's Chocolate

 Wesley Fryer
Wesley Fryer

You want to be more concerned with quality, but you're busy and scatterbrained, and ultimately, it means you'll just grab a chocolate bar that tastes like it was made with subtle hints of plastic. It's not that you're deluding yourself into thinking it's Ghirardelli, it's that you're totally okay with the fact that it's just okay rather than great. Your chocolate-on-the-go pick just isn't top of mind, and you'd rather concern yourself with other things.


 Becka Spence
Becka Spence

You are a child at heart. You appreciate M&M’s because they remind you that some things in life are still sugar coated, which is just comforting on so many levels. Not only that, but you firmly believe in the mood-boasting powers of peanut M&M’s, which means you can find pleasure in the small, simple things in life.

Kinder Bueno Bars


You wish you lived abroad.

Take 5


You really want to make it clear that you are NOT mainstream, okay? You’re different. You’re an alternative to Reese’s. You are more complex, and want your peanut butter and chocolate treats to have depth and layers and, well, pretzel pieces. You believe that you – and the people around you – are special and each have something unique to contribute to the world.

Reese's Pieces, Cups, or Sticks

 Ged Carroll
Ged Carroll

You are interesting and all, but you still like to play it safe. You want things to be comfortable and relaxed, and you are the type of person who is reliable and likes to surround themselves with other positive and reliable people. You are a lot of people’s go-to gal/guy — at work, and as a friend and confidante.

Gummy Bears

 Jorge Romero
Jorge Romero

You’re ridiculously fun, and people just love to have you around. You’re positive, bright, and optimistic. You’re attracted to other people with the same enthusiasm, but also spread yours, and love to share your good energy with everyone else.


 Katy Warner
Katy Warner

You have very specific preferences and like things a certain way. You’re someone who thinks in a compartmentalized way, and favors logic over emotion. You were the type of kid who liked to sort out all your candy on Halloween, and count the different varieties and then make a list with all the sugary totals. You were very cool as a child.

Pop Rocks


You are nostalgic as hell. You are constantly reminiscing with friends and thinking about the good times you used to have. You stay friends with your exes, and you like to talk with your parents about the past, and the things you used to do when you were a kid. You miss simpler times – like the times before the speculation that pop rocks should be taken off the market because they’re straight-up dangerous.



You’re Canadian.



You love when a lot of things are going on – both in your candy bars, and in life. You don’t want things to be too plain, you want them to be action packed. You love cooking elaborate meals, planning activity-filled vacations, having tons of games to offer people when they come over, and entertaining people. You’re fun-loving, and you don’t ever, ever want to lead a boring life. TC mark

3 Pieces of Dating Advice That Should Be Blatantly Obvious, Yet None of Us Can Seem to Grasp

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 05:00 PM PDT

When it comes to the trials and errors of dating, we often resort to bashing the overall concept to justify our lack of success. For instance, statements may include something along the lines of: "You know what? Dating is seriously the worst – I'm over it" or "I'm sick of trying. Everyone sucks!"

Cue heavy alcohol consumption and inevitable meltdown about being forever alone.

To be fair, while the modern dating game can often be challenging to navigate, it is also critical to pinpoint areas where we are simply making the same mistakes over and over again.

Here are 3 pieces of dating advice that should be common knowledge, yet we often fail miserably at following them:

1. Don't seek out information you don't want to know.

Looking at you, social media stalkers. Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, you name it – if "bae" posted it, you've seen it. While there is no harm in being an avid social media user, it is important to identify the difference between innocent scrolling and hardcore investigating. For instance, if you're creeping back 6 years to determine whether you're more attractive than your current hookup's high school prom date, you may need to seek help. Now.

The same general idea goes for exes – if you're not completely over someone, don't torture yourself by scrutinizing their new relationship on social media. You're only making things worse for yourself – and further sabotaging your chances of finally moving on.

2. When it comes down to how you feel about someone, just be completely honest.

For whatever reason, honesty scares the hell out of our generation. Instead, we enjoy playing hard to get with hopes of getting the other person to "chase" you – or acting aloof out of fear of coming on too strong or even desperate.

I remember the good old days back in elementary school, when we were too socially awkward to "pursue each other" in person, so we did it over AOL Instant Messenger. We would then put the person's name and a heart (<3) to signify that we were "dating", and the rest is history (If you're lucky, you eventually progressed to holding hands at recess.)

This blast from the past might seem irrelevant, but hear me out.

You might think we have come a long way from hiding behind screens as nervous pre-pubescent 12-year- olds, but have we really?

Think about it. It still takes us a while to even say "I want to date you" or "I think we should make this official", because we're so busy spending time "tricking" the other person into seeming like we are the more chill and laid-back one in the relationship.

Bottom line: We could save ourselves a lot of time, energy, and frustration if we were simply upfront about what we wanted.

3. Enjoy the moment – and stop stressing over "what this is" or "what it could be."

When you begin a relationship, it is always important to consider whether or not you can truly see a future with that person.

However, the key word here is relationship – if it's simply someone you have gone on a few casual dates with and are enjoying getting to know, appreciate that for what it is. Once you stop overanalyzing every move and learn to appreciate someone's company without automatically uncovering the "hidden meaning", you may find that things will fall into place naturally. Plus, you might finally come to the realization that dating may not be the worst after all.TC mark

19 Sitcom Characters Who Were Actually Just Mean

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 04:00 PM PDT

1. Phoebe Buffay, Friends

Amazon / Friends
Amazon / Friends

Remember when that Friends without the laugh track video was going around? Most of Phoebe's intuitive zingers were actually pretty mean. I don't think you'd be friends with someone who talked to you that way IRL.

2. Lorelai Gilmore, Gilmore Girls

Amazon / Gilmore Girls
Amazon / Gilmore Girls

I love Lorelai Gilmore but her wit and resourcefulness sort of make fans forget that some of her humor would be mean if you heard it in person. Does she always have to say everything she thinks, especially to her mother? She and Rory are also a pretty exclusive club and they often mock people who don't agree with them.

3. Rory Gilmore, Gilmore Girls

Amazon / Gilmore Girls
Amazon / Gilmore Girls

Remember when Rory was really antisocial at Chilton? Really Rory, there are no kids there worth befriending? That's kind of crappy and judgmental.

4. Frasier Crane, Frasier

Amazon / Frasier
Amazon / Frasier

Those snooty snubs were actually just plain mean.

5. Dr. Cox, Scrubs

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Amazon / Scrubs

If this weren't a sitcom and you met Dr. Cox on the street, you would find the man downright psychotic.

6. The Entire Cast of Seinfeld

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Amazon / Seinfeld

Maybe the finale sentencing was an accurate depiction of where the characters belonged?

7. Red Forman, That '70s Show

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Amazon / That 70s Show

On TV sitcoms, there can be a thin line between tough parent and abuse.

8. Hyde, That '70s Show

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Amazon / That 70s Show

The cool guy who doesn't care about anything act can also just be selfish and antisocial.

9. Marie Barone, Everybody Loves Raymond

Amazon / Everybody Loves Raymond
Amazon / Everybody Loves Raymond

Everybody Loves Raymond is definitely one of those shows where if the laugh track were gone it would just be one insult after the other. Marie is so mean to Debra, and Ray never stands up to his family!

10. Liz Lemon, 30 Rock

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Amazon / 30 Rock

Liz is the kind of mean we all have the capability of being. Like Liz, sometimes we all pass judgment too quickly or take a joke too far with a friend.

11. Jeff Winger, Community

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Amazon / Community

Once again, is he acting like he doesn't care? Or does he actually not care?

12. Michelle Tanner, Full House

Amazon / Full House
Amazon / Full House

Remember that episode where she was a member of the polite police? Most of her cute quips were just rude.

13. Jim Halpert, The Office

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Amazon / The Office

OK, the Dwight pranks were straight up harassment. And, like Lorelai and Rory, Pam and Jim sort of have an elitist attitude toward everyone around them. Which kind of makes them worse than everyone around them.

14. Ricky Ricardo, I Love Lucy

Amazon / I Love Lucy
Amazon / I Love Lucy

Does he really love Lucy? DOES HE?! He is so mean to her and never invites her to his shows — where he is surrounded by beautiful women. I'm on to you Ricardo.

15. Michael Bluth, Arrested Development

Amazon / Arrested Development
Amazon / Arrested Development

Self-sacrificing? More like playing the martyr.

16. Sheldon Cooper, Big Bang Theory

Amazon / The Big Bang Theory
Amazon / Big Bang Theory

OK, is anyone else concerned for Sheldon Cooper? There is nutty professor and then there's undiagnosed social disorder. And, if Sheldon is exhibiting such upsetting symptoms, it seems sort of cruel that the gang is so mean to him. Also, why do they even hang out with him if they are so annoyed?

17. Dr. House, House

Amazon / House
Amazon / House

Ugh, this tortured genius trope is so tired. He's actually just a mean loner and mansplainer.

18. The Cast of Girls

Amazon / Girls
HBO / Girls

When the privilege and lack of self-awareness doesn't make these women children (the feminine plural of man child) appear blissfully ignorant and awful, their juvenile actions are what's unappealing. Remember the public diary reading, or Hannah's saying she wants HIV, or Adam's general awfulness (he's not cute, ladies!) … Oh, do you need more?

19. Barney Stinson, HIMYM

Amazon / How I Met Your Mother
Amazon / How I Met Your Mother

One word: Womanizer. TC mark

This Is The Real Reason Why Most Men Are Intimidated By Strong Women

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 03:15 PM PDT

The more of a strong woman you are, the more you don’t take shit from anyone. The more in tune you are with your emotions, the more you are in sync with what you want and what you don’t want. You know your worth. You know who you like and who you don’t. And you aren’t going to settle for anybody.

1. Strong women aren’t silent. You don’t stay silent if you have a problem with something. You don’t let it slide. You speak up. You tell the truth. You don’t let a man or anyone else make you feel inferior.

2. Strong women don’t fall on their knees for guys. You don’t see a hot guy and get heart eyes immediately. You want to get to know them first. You know a outwardly beautiful person does not mean they are beautiful on the inside.

3. Strong women do what they want. You aren’t going to let someone judge your character just by what you look like, what you wear, how you act, and what your sexual life is like. You aren’t going to change your ways just for a man and let someone tell you that what you are doing is wrong.

4. Strong women do not wait. You aren’t going to wait for a man to make up his mind. You aren’t going to beg for him if he leaves. You aren’t going to wait years for him to change his mind. No, you are going to move on. In time, you’ll realize he wasn’t worth it in the first place.

5. Strong women can communicate. You know how to talk. You know how to speak without a trembling voice. You aren’t going to put up with someone who doesn’t know how to speak to you about his feelings or problems. You honestly don’t have the patience for it.

6. Strong women know their worth. You know what you deserve. You know that you are beautiful and special and kind. You aren’t going to be in a relationship just to be in a relationship. You want the real thing. The whole deal. The real love.

7. Strong women know who they are. You aren’t going to change yourself for anyone. You stand strong in your values and know what you believe in. You aren’t going to back down if someone has a problem with your voice. You aren’t going to let a man make you go quiet.

8. Strong women don’t hide their emotions. You aren’t going to hide how you feel in order to not seem “crazy”. You aren’t going to shy away from your true heart. You yell, you cry, you do whatever it is that makes you feel better. And you aren’t ashamed of your passion and deep emotions. It’s just who you are.

9. Strong women know what true love feels like. And if you don’t know what love feels like, you know what it’s supposed to feel like. You know it’s about compromise, and it takes dedication and work. It is not just about sex, butterflies, and holding hands. You know it is so much more than that. And it is not even close to being simple.

10. Strong women follow their guts. You aren’t going to ignore your true feelings. You aren’t going to stay with someone if you don’t love them. You aren’t going to hide how you feel, no matter how scary it may be. You trust yourself and know when something is right and when something is wrong. You will always, always follow your intuition. TC mark

If You Miss Them, Tell Them

Posted: 05 Aug 2016 03:00 PM PDT

James Chororos
James Chororos

It doesn't matter if you are a friend, a best friend, a lover, a classmate or just a simple stranger to someone. You are going to be missed. You are going to miss her. You are going to miss him. You are going to miss you.

It doesn't matter if you are just a person I saw once on the street… I am going to miss you. I am going to tell my friends about how beautifully your lips curved into a wide smile while you were talking on the phone. I am going to remember the way your attention was captured by a book or about how lost you were looking at the swings when you sat on one of the benches of Central Park. Maybe you are just a stranger, but you are a friend too, a best friend too, maybe a lover too. To a someone, a someone who is not me, but if your heart is not beating for me, it is beating for other people and that is enough. I will miss you though.

It doesn't matter if you are a just a classmate. I am going to miss the way you talk about your favourite band with your friend with that huge excitement. I am going to tell my mom about your unique style and memorable jokes. I am going to carry you in my heart because it doesn't matter if you were not a friend of mine. You are a friend, a best friend, maybe a lover too to someone and that is enough. Maybe you are just some stranger that made another person smile and that makes you worth remembering.

It doesn't matter if you are just a friend of mine, I will miss you and not because of your title, but because of your honest friendship. I will miss the laughs and the tears. I will miss the silly decisions and the crazy moments. I will miss the way you make me feel alive. And it doesn't matter if you are someone's else friend or best friend. I won't say the lover part too because it is not ethical. *funny* Coming back, it doesn't matter, because you were a friend  to me too and this is enough.

It doesn't matter if you are my best friend, because I won't miss you for the “best," I will miss you for you. I am going to tell everyone about your own support and way to see the good of everything. I am going to miss the person who chose me in the moment I chose too.
It doesn't matter if you were just a lover. Or if you are. You were what my heart needed. Or you are still that. And this is enough.

My point? We should miss each other for who we are and not for who we claim to be.

Moreover, we should tell each other about how much we miss each other. Because you tell a stranger about how much you miss a friend and you tell a friend about how much you miss that classmate and feel sorry because you never talk to he or she. Because you tell your best friend about how much you miss a friend. And because you tell everyone about that lover. We tell the sun about how much we love the moon and the moon thinks that it is not loved.

We say too little, show too little and live with the feeling of missing. Such a waste of love. TC mark