Discussion in 'BHM/FFA' started by mrfantasy90, Jul 20, 2008.
Cute without the glasses.....smoldering with them. Can't lose either way
Next Gen is best, bitches.
seriously though, there's no such thing as girls who like bigger guys. BHM= Big Hawt Mama, and FFA= Fat Feet Admirers. you're totally on the wrong board, we're just a bunch of big lady feet lovers here
No no no. FFA= Future Farmers of America. BHM= Blue Headed Mackerel.
Damn it. I got all excited that someone would like my big feet My bubble, it is burst.
Pardon, me, i am confused. Is the intense sarcasm indicating there is something wrong with liking big guys? I certainly prefer them.
Sweetie, we have an entire BOARD. Trust me, this question has been rehashed a million times. If the OP would take more than two minutes to write a thread, and actually browse a few pages, he'd have more information than ever necessary.
But, if anyone wants my opinion, I dislike blue-headed mackerel.
you may think you like big guys but in reality you're suffering from a common dissociative delusion brought on by latent cannibalistic tendencies. you're drawn to big men the same way i'm drawn to that pudgy little veal cow. it's perfectly understandable, but remember: fat guys are friends, not food
well, i kinda figured that's what y'all ment, it was just a super childish way of saying it. Being the guy is new here, it is his first post, you COULD have chosen to EXPLAIN the obvious. Instead of making someone curious to the idea of the movement feel unwelcome, just saying. Did it ever occur to you, just to be grownups? Cause we all are. (face palm, indeed, thought people were old enough to be SEMI polite)
see? this is exactly my point.
When joining a forum, it helps to read through the posts a bit to get a feel for the atmosphere first.
New or not, this thread is too stupid for words. Wanting girls to post their pics so he can see what he's dealing with? Gosh, I really want to know him.
well, in the case of this thread, someone new would read, see how new people are treated and be less then open to post something about a delicate subject (which it IS for most newbies). I just mention this because I would rather not see new blood get run off just so some people can manage to feel superior.
Hopefully someone new would read this thread and think, "wow, glad I'm not that stupid." Most people here started off actually looking over the forum and inside threads to realise stuff like this is covered - picture threads for all kinds of members included. And if this dude is serious about being part of the community, why doesn't he actually bother to post in the intro thread and tell us about himself instead of just making a pic thread for the fodder? He didn't even say please!
Well, why should he be polite? You dont feel the need to try. Likely we will never solve these mysteries, as you have called the guy stupid twice, without knowing anything about him, I sure wouldnt bother posting again, if I were him, sad really. All I am saying is just explaining all this in a simple way is better then belittling one of our own for no dammed good reason.
You say that like I called him stupid before he posted the stupid thread. How stupid.
And, btw stupid of you to make that conclusion, that is not at all what I said. I just said being rude to someone before getting to know them is bad. You see a post you feel is ill placed, so you fell ok in calling that person stupid. I for one disagree, i think it makes the person calling names and rushing to judgement look stupid, and immature. In any case it is no different then judging someone for thier size, and I thought we were rising above here. Seems not everyone is capable.
Look, fact remains, that on the FIRST page, and currently my 6th thread in line, is the "Ladies, post a cute pic here". It's not like he'd have to search very far.
As for being grown-up... It's common courtesy, not to mention common sense, that when you join a message board, you actually look around before creating the "New Thread" button, because there's a 99% chance it's already been done.
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