955 - Past TImes - Part 3

19th Sep 2014, 12:00 PM in 2014
Past TImes - Part 3
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Tim 19th Sep 2014, 12:00 PM edit delete
Tim
Fake pockets are a conspiracy to sell more handbags/purses. They also take away one of the key secondary functions that clothing has. I don't know what the clothing industry has against making girls clothing that is a) sized for full-size humans, b) size-labelled in a consistent and logical way and c) is either comfortable or convenient, but from what I've seen, women's clothes lack a lot of the comfort and simplicity that guys expect.

No wonder Alex didn't want to be a girl.

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M 19th Sep 2014, 1:56 PM edit delete reply
//CHOIR VOICE~
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA-FUCKKKINNNNNG-MEEEEEEEEEEENNNNNNNNNNNNNN~

[sorry just gunna go on a rant here dont mind me]

also dunno if you know this but its commonplace for girls to keep their phones in their bras. (i didnt because what are bras and boobs never had those but tash did and it was fUCKING HILARIOSI "oops scuse me ive got a text" //fondles own chesticles for 2 minutes. im pretty sure she also hid snacks down there but thats another story)
all-girls schools are great for anti-sexism revolution, vibrating boobs and teachers can't forcefully confiscate them (the phones not the boobs), so everyone wins!! you want us to keep our phones in a different place?? PUT POCKETS IN OUR UNIFORMS >:3 ((girls school uniforms do not have pockets either, if you wear trousers with pockets you're breaking school rules, as jeans and trackies aren't allowed, and those are the only type of trousers that are made with pockets.))

i shopped in the mens section way before i fully realised that im a dude simply because i just cOULD NOT fit in women's clothes. size 22 is like the highest all street shops go up to, and it equals liek a men's small. I'm a fuckin XL. if anything the clothing industry pushed me further into my gender disphoria because there just was not a middle ground. there are tight, cropped, pink, frilly, women's clothes, or there are mens clothes. also a woman's shirt could be the same size in real life, but be classed as anywhere from a 10 to an 18, depending on brand. you hAVE to try things on, most of the time. all these reasons are why it's a stereotype that women like to shop. we fucking don't, but we adapt and try to enjoy it anyway. its also a huge fucking victory when you dO find something within your price range that has pockets.

and all that 'fitted' bullshit? fitted to one body type yeah, freaking size 6 model with DD boobs. women are left with no choice but to pay more money elsewhere, wear men's clothes, or cHANGE THEIR OWN BODIES. how sick is that. fitted. pff. more like bye-bye blood circulation to my arms.

there are some benefits to being a girl, i mean you can sit in any fucking position and not have to worry about squishing any delicate equipment
oh and girls always look awesome, no exceptions
girls as a group are generally just NICE PEOPLE, if you're a girl talking to a female stranger, you're pretty much guaranteed to have a pleasant conversation. you're safe talking to other women. we basically just have a much more efficient communication system, because we all have the same damn problems.

i just realised im referring to myself as a girl when i say we but yknow w/e ive been there done that got the tshirt still kinda have the tshirt and sorta wear it sometimes but it doesnt have any pockets so i dont wear it in public anymore wow i took this analogy too far

//eND RANT THANK
Vellikat 19th Sep 2014, 3:20 PM edit delete reply
Vellikat
Personally, I literally cannot handle it when clothes don't have pockets. I'll go out of my way to get rid of any that don't.
Guest 19th Sep 2014, 5:35 PM edit delete reply
Lolz, I hate clothes with no pockets... it drives me crazy o-o