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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 15 October 2013 21:48 / United States - Round Lake
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  ViRepz  |  28

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  orsombre_fml  |  11

Whatever his age, his attitude is stupid. OP is far better without him. There are a lot of guys who are smart, sexy, and will enjoy OP's knowledge about comics!

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  OzzMonster  |  10

Can I just say upfront that this guy is obviously a moron. Society is largely equal nowadays, that is to say men and women are equally empowered in the western world. This dunce represents the exception to modern thinking, please keep this in mind before all you wonderful ladies start burning your bra's...

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  Treveyon56  |  14

Okay do you know how rare it is to find a girl like this? I would be happy just being friends with one, but this dumb ass dumped one because he felt like you weren't supposed to like super heros? OP let's be honest I think I speak for most of the fml community when I say you can do better.

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  katt_is_here  |  24

The reason we stay hidden is because of assholes like this OP's ex-boyfriend. Sadly, most of us have run into "boy's club" jerks like him and it makes us retreat into our homes to play pokemon in our fuzzy jammies rather than attempt to find a nerdy boyfriend who isn't a total urinal cake.

By  dawnimus  |  21

You're well shot of him then, you shouldn't have to put up with someone who thinks people should (or shouldn't) know things depending entirely on their gender. Ridiculous.

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  drewflav  |  15

All men with functioning vision should know what a penis looks like without thinking about it. All women with functioning vision should know what a vagina looks like without thinking about it. Beyond that, anything is fair game for both genders.

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  Lemurcat  |  12

I beg to differ. I'm a girl and ever since a young age, I was never a contourist who could look down at my Va-jay-jay, I never looked at it in a mirror, I've never changed a diaper, and in sex-ed classes at school, they used a star to represent the lady hole (and arrow for the man's rod) So I wasn't able to know what a vagina looked like without thinking about it until I looked up porn in my senior year of high school.

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  TwistedCherub1  |  15

As a gamer and geek, I can tell you girls like us are in high demand, OP. Video games, comic books, MTG, and D&D brought my husband and I together. Guys tell him how lucky he is all the time to have found a woman who doesn't just tolerate his hobbies, but joins in.

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  vuduguru  |  5

#52 you are so right, I kinda wish my fiance was nerdy and enjoyed playing mtg or d&d or even just a video game with me, so to say girls like you or like op are in high demand is an understatement!

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  TwistedCherub1  |  15

#78, try asking her to sit in on a game, even if she doesn't want to play. I had never played D&D or Gurps before my husband got me into it, and I'd only played Magic on Xbox.

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  SuperMew  |  22

I got into roleplaying games in high school when I discovered Magic and Yu-Gi-Oh. I also dabbled in D and D, but we had a horrible dungeon master who would kill me all the time because I didn't want to date him. But now, at 21, I tend to spend my weekends at Magic matches with my friends. I am not sure where people get the idea girls do not like creative outlets like these games.

By  DuEpikThangs  |  13

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  dawnimus  |  21

"it's a guy thing lol" - the exact reason why women have been shunned in male-dominated arenas for time immemorial. You're normalising sexism with that attitude. Stop it.

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  TwistedCherub1  |  15

It goes both ways. A guy who knows more about make-up than his girlfriend or collects dolls would be equally shunned by most people. There will always be differences in the sexes beyond physiology. It doesn't mean they're not equal, just different. That said, this is an extreme case and the guy is an idiot.

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  SuperMew  |  22

Twisted, but historically men used to weak make-up almost more than women. Fashion, make-up, even the color pink more than a hundred plus years ago would have been the realm of men. It was not until the Victorian Era that make-up started to be considered immoral. Egyptian men would put kohl on their eyelids. Early American presidents, like Washington wore wigs and make-up. I also don't think men who know more about make-up are shunned. Most people would just assume they were gay.

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  Xandrick  |  22

Not to mention that in a certain age long ago (in which Shakespeare based his plays off of) men who showed their legs off were considered to be more "manly".

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