By criminal tit offender - 31/08/2013 16:25 - United States - Bessemer
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Maybe next time you shouldn't comment about other peoples bodies. If you have nothing nice to say, you shouldn't say anything at all.
Yeah but it's called self control. Think before you speak about anything. You never know how someone may feel. She was probably already self conscious from the start about being more small chested than the other girls. OP, didn't think about the embarrassment he caused her by speaking. A lot of people need to remember that.
#19: Sadly, there are way too many people who are bullied for no other reason than to reap petty satisfaction by insecure twits. The bullies don't realize that the pain and the hurt lasts through the years, and can cause insecurity that is extremely difficult to overcome.
Well... if that's so, then boobs can never be commented on, ever. If you say they're small, average, or large, you're bound to upset SOMEONE. "My tits aren't that small!" "Average? Not extraordinary?" "Please don't point out how grotesquely huge they are." I happen to have been placed (cursed) into the third category, and I've gotta say... it's led to many comments, most noticeably the joking ones, about how much a hassle they are. OP's friend needs to fix her self-esteem and learn to take a joke. If she's so fragile that a little comment like that pushes her over the edge, she's got bigger issues than the size of her breasts.
"Jokingly" pointed out, OP? As in, you can say any bitch thing you want and if someone calls you on it you say "But I was just joking! Can't you take a joke?" Stop hiding behind your passive-aggressive-bitch excuses. The least you can do is own your stupid insults.
While her response was a bit excessive, you are no one to judge someone else's breasts.
You know OP that sound like a dick move. You just pointed out one of her insecurities. And you might think it's a joke but she might think otherwise. I sure would not like to be pointed out as different in a crowd of people. It's hard to live in a society where people have to look 'certain' ways. Billboards, media and magazines remind me of that everyday.
Not everyone is insecure about their bodies. My best friend has the smallest boobs of our group, and we constantly tease her. But she know we are joking and gets me back by pointing out my big butt. Some people need to learn to accept themselves cuz the world sucks. FYL
I totally agree with you, 90. You should be confidant in your own skin. If you aren't, try to learn to be. I don't believe media is to blame when people think poorly of themselves, they're doing that on their own and need a scapegoat to blame their own opinions on. If you think you need to change, there may be a reason behind that, a reason you very well could change yourself. I'm not talking about boobs or noses or anything that involves surgery, I'm saying if you want self esteem, sometimes you need to build that on your own, and stop blaming the rest of the worlds perspective on what you should look like, and be your own person.
110- i wouldn't be so confident about small boobs not sagging. Just saying. I know a lot of older women, including my own mother who have/had small breasts and due to pregnancy and old age their breasts have sagged. So just so you know...sagging boobs doesn't discriminate when it comes to size.
luckily no one can see the fact you had the smallest brain. women reeeeeeeaallyyyy don't like it when you say stuff like that
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And you speak for all women now? I'm the proud owner of A cups, and if someone points that out I'd just be like, uh, yeah Captain Obvious. Revise your statement to "women [who refuse to accept what genetics has bequeathed them] reaaallllly don't like that."
You seem a bit highly strung. 174. I never claimed to, I'm just saying it's a pretty dumb thing to say to your ride home if you know they're sensitive. Maybe she got pushed into doing it by everyone else...? You don't really know. You saying you'd just be all like, "yeah, Captain Obvious" is also implying that you speak on behalf of how all women should have reacted.
Pointing out her small boobs was bad of you, but stealing all of your clothes and your phones, and getting the whole lot of you busted for public nudity (which will land you on the sex-offender list in some states), was a disproportionate response. FYL.
@#34 yeah, there was a fad for "streaking" in the 1970s....take off all your clothes and, say, run across your college football field during a game, or something. A number of people got arrested for this, of course. Back then, they had to pay fifty dollars and pick up the garbage...in the snow. (I.e. it was a public-order crime, nothing serious.) Flash-forward a few decades and lo and behold, they're on on the sex-offender list for what was essentially a college prank rather than doing anything predatory.
199 I think it's because it's difficult to legally differentiate a streaker from a flasher. If someone runs around naked for a few seconds at a football game, they don't deserve to be a sex offender. If someone runs around purposely showing their junk to someone, they should be a sex offender. Sadly, the charge you get for streaking is the same as the one you get for flashing.
5, I feel like your the only one who realized this.. Yes it's extremely messed up of OP to comment towards her that way, but that's not deserving of what happened to the whole lot of them. She didnt just punish OP, she punished everyone. And something about that just doesn't exactly seem fair. Like I said, I'm not condoning OPs actions because what they did was rude and uncalled for, but take all their stuff and call the cops on EVERYONE else over it? IMO that's a little excessive. There are more appropriate ways to handle that situation.