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"I would rather be the one who smiles and gets ignored than the one who doesn't smile back"
Paddington not Pooh
Captain Kangaroo not Mr Rodgers
Bugs Bunny not Scooby Doo (might be a deal breaker, seriously)
Addams not Munster
Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Aniston creep me out and make me wonder about Brad
I don't like the god/not god dichotomy but the big boss plus demigods (jesus, satan and angels or the Greek or Hindu pantheons) seems particularly lacking.

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Comedian wins Ukraine election.
Buttercup comments on Apr 21, 2019:
Among Trumps many unfortunate traits, is his mean dumb sense of humor and inability to take a joke. Hopefully this guys has some comedic insight.
There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding quantum mechanics.
Buttercup comments on Apr 20, 2019:
I tend to agree but woo peddlers have the same options available to us all, formulate a hypothesis and design experiments that can confirm their predictions. Personally I don't believe in free will so natural events would determine consciousness, not the reverse. So like phlogiston, the divine spark of life, and the immortal soul, there is no vital principle of consciousness. Once again we'll be finding that the cosmos does not revolve around us.
Does anyone have land lines anymore?
Buttercup comments on Apr 19, 2019:
Two, one for my business and one for old times sakes because people have known it for over thirty years
Baton Rouge, LA, what is this kinda-sorta dandelion wildflower?
Buttercup comments on Apr 19, 2019:
Salsify, also a member of Compositae, like dandelions and sunflower. Edible parts and has been raised for food and flowers
UUNJ posted this article about improving your oral talents on a woman.
Buttercup comments on Apr 18, 2019:
Everyone hates being criticized so keep the feed back as positive as possible. "Keep going" and "I like that" and when you want less of something, frame it as a physical sensation, not technique. "That hurts/tickles" "Slower/faster". Make it about what you want not him, men are pretty good and comfortable with step by step processes. ( and many would be overjoyed to have to have the skill set to get you off) Much less good when they feel you have a low opinion of them.
Has anyone experienced a big family secret after family members have died?
Buttercup comments on Apr 17, 2019:
Maybe a future one for someone else. I have a daughter from a casual encounter, she kept it from me and I only found out through an amazing stroke of chance. She married a person who she represented to me as a platonic roommate and raised the daughter with his name. I have no way of knowing what either the girl or the husband were told. So far only my Y is on record which wouldn't be trackable through a female offspring.
Has anyone experienced a big family secret after family members have died?
Buttercup comments on Apr 17, 2019:
My maternal grandfather was a suicide and a Catholic so it was hushed up. I outed him to almost all of my generation and the one after. It was really more force of habit to our elders than much of a scandal to them. That side of the family was far from devout and considered being in a church a social obligation not a serious ideology
Building a Dyson sphere seems like it would be impractical.
Buttercup comments on Apr 17, 2019:
Agreed. A loosely aggregated orbital ring of habitats wouldn't require technology much in advance or our own and would increase living space immensely. The next jump to generation ships is also foreseeable. Dyson spheres are revolutionary and progress(?!) is evolutionary. It seems inevitable that the investment would always exceed the return.
More Research into Bullshit | NeuroLogica Blog
Buttercup comments on Apr 16, 2019:
Bull shitting is free range conversation and all participants should know that. Not all talks should have high standards of evidence. Blue sky thinking such as brainstorming is the start of inquiry.
πŸœπŸŸπŸ” If you had to live inside an underground bomb shelter for one year, and could only ...
Buttercup comments on Apr 15, 2019:
Some kind or vegetable soup or stew, lotta different food groups for nutrition. (minestrone?)
What’s your opinion on open carry?
Buttercup comments on Apr 13, 2019:
Looking around my neighborhood there are too main types of open carriers, nervous Barney Fife's who are likely to shoot the wrong person and right wing whacko's who are likely to shoot the wrong person
Lets have a little competition, who can best explain how a 13.
Buttercup comments on Apr 12, 2019:
The universe is getting bigger as it gets older, we're expanding in time and all spatial dimensions. We can see all the older universe but not everything that is happening across the hypersphere. all the other stars who also are looking back to the big bang( think of them as being simultaneously distributed around giant expanding globe with us, they are their "now" and will be far in our past when we can see them.
"Wikileaks was the future once.
Buttercup comments on Apr 12, 2019:
He sucks but his cause doesn't, the ideal poster child isn't going to be available. I favor euthanasia too, but Kevorkian wouldn't have been my first choice
Is the "afterlife" possible without a god or gods?
Buttercup comments on Apr 12, 2019:
We have never witnessed even the simplest on/off information processing without some machinery, when the machine stops functioning it stops functioning, no thought of any sort.
I think regret is the wrong word.... [vice.com]
Buttercup comments on Apr 11, 2019:
"Sperms of Endearment"
It's the truth.
Buttercup comments on Apr 10, 2019:
Ron Jeremy ain't exactly Prince Charming
BDSM made simple
Buttercup comments on Apr 10, 2019:
I kept seeing signs for VBS (visual basic script) and thinking, WTF, it's so buggy I'm the only person who uses it anymore. Finally I realized it stood for Vacation Bible School
JIGGERY-POKERY.
Buttercup comments on Apr 9, 2019:
I'm racking my brain, I ran across it in a book that I can't place. I took it for a dirty euphemism.
I have just been asked if there is an expression or word to describe this pig's testicles like the ...
Buttercup comments on Apr 7, 2019:
Iowa apples?
At what age do you think you should stop having sex
Buttercup comments on Apr 7, 2019:
14, think of all the grief you could have been spared
Does irrational fear of something, really imply love/attraction to that thing?
Buttercup comments on Apr 6, 2019:
So girls really do like spiders and snakes
Study debunks 'depression genes' hypotheses
Buttercup comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Even a cursory reading of the article reveals that the author of the study doesn't agree with the sensational headline. I wish science for dumb people who want to reinforce their preconceived ideas didn't have so much press.
One QUARTER of Americans (25%)have not had sex in past year.
Buttercup comments on Apr 6, 2019:
I've got a fun wife and we make sex a high priority. If something happened to her, it would take a while to get back in. I lost a love to a drunk driver in my twenties and except for a couple of drunken one times I was celibate for three years. Sex is cool but there's a lot more to it than a fuck/not fuck binary.
Someone said that even if you don't believe in God, it is advisable to live your life as if there is...
Buttercup comments on Apr 5, 2019:
Isn't a life based on reality better than one based on a fantasy?
Motown Royalty - Supremes, Temptations, Smokey Robinson & Miracles, Martha Reeves & Vandellas.
Buttercup comments on Apr 5, 2019:
Went to Oakland Tech, the youngest Pointer Sister was a classmate, members of Tower of power went there too, but were a bit older than me.
Why are sex movies so taboo but horror movies so accepted?
Buttercup comments on Apr 4, 2019:
Bugs me, I took my kids to Carnaval in Rio, naked dancers are fun but I wouldn't let them watch network news, too much graphic violence.
This UK study shows the effectiveness of the anti-HPV virus, the main cause of cervical cancer.
Buttercup comments on Apr 4, 2019:
They're not getting any smarter, if smallpox and polio weren't enough to convince them, this won't either.
Noticed this on Twitter today and was surprised that I generally agree with the "voting.
Buttercup comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Firefly ??(Serenity)
If you are interested in philosophy, whose do you agree with and folllow?
Buttercup comments on Apr 2, 2019:
Spinoza and Kant have influenced me the most, philosophy should teach you to think for yourself, not follow.
Per the FAQ (point no.
Buttercup comments on Mar 31, 2019:
Trolls gonna troll but I'd rather err on the side of free speech.
Are there any clever graphic people who could help me?
Buttercup comments on Mar 30, 2019:
Possibly, I'm pretty good with some photo manipulation programs
Do most men just play along for eventual pussy.
Buttercup comments on Mar 30, 2019:
No and yes. This question is as insulting as asking if women just want a meal ticket. I like pussy but it's only as good as person attached to it.
Bill Barr - our Attorney General - an expert in Law.
Buttercup comments on Mar 29, 2019:
Almost like thinking you know more about the big bang than Einstein, Krause and Hawking
Not sure where to put this but i thought some here might find it interesting.
Buttercup comments on Mar 29, 2019:
Good analogy but modern economies(all of them, pure socialism is mythical) rely on infinite growth (capitalism) and need to completely collapse and reset. Empires fall, when a global economy goes down it's going to be ugly. The whole world's piles of money up in flames.
Carbon energy as a solution to energy and carbon emissions. What do you think? [cbc.ca]
Buttercup comments on Mar 29, 2019:
Turning co2 back into gasoline has to use more energy than it produces, this is a storage system like a battery or hydrogen fuel cells. I don't think gasoline is the fuel of the future, we need better transportation than our current cars. In the short term could help but it would also take a huge capital investment, these plants would be replacing oil refineries so would have to be as large and ubiquitous.
What do you think about the person that is described as having a lot of CLASS?
Buttercup comments on Mar 28, 2019:
Dash, style, wit, someone who expects more of themselves than of others.
Watching "The Expanse" on Prime. Didn't like it at first, but it's growing on me.
Buttercup comments on Mar 28, 2019:
I liked it up until about 1/2 way through seasons three, then poof, just a smoking crater where the ideas used to be.
Giving money to panhandlers/homeless
Buttercup comments on Mar 28, 2019:
When I give them money, it's their money, period and the amount is small to me but might be very large to someone who really needs it. I wouldn't mind though if they skipped the very common,"God Bless"
Perks of Level 6?
Buttercup comments on Mar 27, 2019:
You get to review and approve comments from newbies. Yes.
We read a lot of commentary about how hard it is to be an atheist in the Bible Belt but being a ...
Buttercup comments on Mar 26, 2019:
Or Myanmar or the Balkans, I think when you add it up they're numerically more the victims of religious violence more often than the perpetrators.
Male and female brains
Buttercup comments on Mar 26, 2019:
I don't see any insight into the issues, there are some very small anatomical brain differences between human sexes and nobody can show any link to behavior. Really old news
Are women aware of being played by a charming, subtle flirt?
Buttercup comments on Mar 26, 2019:
Flirting is fun and I do act differently when women are around. I'm subtle because I'm attracted to the ones sharp enough to catch on. Smart repartee is sexy, Dorothy Parker and Mae West are my heroes.
Read "Stranger in a Strange Land" as a kid.
Buttercup comments on Mar 25, 2019:
I haven't read any Heinlein forever either but that was considered one of his later, more progressive works.
First Contact: ETI vs.
Buttercup comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Something like a Von Neumann probe (light, not an infinitely replicating virus, just enough to be an efficient research tool) isn't too far off technically. 3d printing with the ability to gather materials and a fusion powered ion drive would make it possible. A few thousand of these would could cover the entire Milky Way in a million years but would still be spread pretty thin. We've only been transmitting for a few years but were now easy to find. They'd have to change course too but a few thousand years would be an small delay in the scope of such a project. They'll be showing up any millennia. Rocky planets with liquid water and oxygen atmospheres might be so common as to not be worth a special trip.
Usernames.... How did you choose your username for agnostic and what's the story behind it.... ?
Buttercup comments on Mar 25, 2019:
Buttercup was my favorite guinea pig of all time
Americans used to eat pigeon all the time—and it could be making a comeback.
Buttercup comments on Mar 24, 2019:
The passenger pigeon, perhaps once the most numerous bird in the Americas was eaten to extinction. Rock doves, now our common pigeon would be okay. I've eaten mourning doves, they're pretty small and could only contribute a tiny bit to our food supply.
Can somebody give me a little advice on planting seed potatoes?
Buttercup comments on Mar 24, 2019:
You can and they'll grow great, the sprouts are clones of the parent so you'll get the same potato you planted, cut chunks with at least one eye and plant them sprout preferably facing up.
The good news is that unchecked climate change will fix itself.
Buttercup comments on Mar 22, 2019:
We could lose 99% of humans and remain viable, many large mammals have smaller populations.
I recently learned the philosophy community defines an atheist more broadly than any definition that...
Buttercup comments on Mar 22, 2019:
I'm a Spinozist so I label myself an atheist to Christians, Muslims and some Jews and it's too much to explain to almost everybody else.
This Is Why The Multiverse Must Exist
Buttercup comments on Mar 22, 2019:
I like the idea of a multiverse too, and their are some hints. "Must exist" radically overstates anything I've heard, notably this was published in Forbes, not a peer reviewed journal of cosmology.
Why am I always hungry?
Buttercup comments on Mar 22, 2019:
There's an old saying,"Nobody ever saw a fat lumberjack" if your in the woods working hard, you need to eat a lot.
Well that was fun and intriguing.
Buttercup comments on Mar 19, 2019:
Similar to evolution denial in spirit. My own particular pet peeve, time is eternal because their intuition says something had to come before. We have verified evidence of time dilation proving it's not conserved or a universal constant.
Do you believe in Doomsday prepping?
Buttercup comments on Mar 18, 2019:
I'm less than 10 miles from USA's largest subbase, one of the biggest concentrations of nuclear weapons in the world and an obvious target. If they're hit I'm toast (burnt). For the more prosaic disasters, like volcanoes and earthquakes I have food and fuel for a few weeks, I have some chronic health issues that unmedicated wouldn't kill me instantly but lasting more than year or two would be unlikely.
The Great Scandal: Christianity's Role in the Rise of the Nazis
Buttercup comments on Mar 18, 2019:
The Catholic Church PR department is amazing, they chose sides in WWII and it was the Axis. Hitler himself was catholic. Italy and Spain were the most important catholic stronghold countries. And Ireland and France had the most catholic populations and most defectors
Pure Space Is Just An Absolute State of Nothingness, and the Big Bang Event Didn’t Create Squat!...
Buttercup comments on Mar 18, 2019:
4 pop science books, bravo.
As a matter of fact, I did get picked last for kickball.
Buttercup comments on Mar 18, 2019:
I was tall but thin and frail, acne scarred, and prone to upper respiratory problems through high school but really filled out in my twenties. I was in a pickup basketball game and finally got chosen first. "I want that Frankenstein lookin' motherfucker" ( I did take it as a compliment)
[alternet.
Buttercup comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Trump is a useful idiot as the old Soviets used to say, not only would they turn on him they'd make him take the fall.
Space (A.K.A. Outer Space, Cosmological Space) is not an empty void, not free of substance or form.
Buttercup comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Hey Chuck, You're never going to win a religious argument with reason. Time is infinite because "something" had to have existed before the big bang and they accept this as a matter of faith The only evidence they are willing to accept is that you prove that "nothing" exists and they are blind to the logical paradox of their own position.
Is being someone's fetish love?
Buttercup comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Is my love better than your love a productive comparison? Contemporary thinking says loving someone because they're are honest and kind is "true love" and I agree for myself, but what about a person who doesn't care but values other qualities like physical beauty(and further considers obesity beautiful) Unless they are harming others, love is how they see it and not my call.
Trump: His "Very Fine People," & The Killer in New Zealand are Connected
Buttercup comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Trump belated and tepid response to the New Zealand massacre is a clear message,"I approve" and his threats of violence yesterday are an invitation to more of the same.
Space (A.K.A. Outer Space, Cosmological Space) is not an empty void, not free of substance or form.
Buttercup comments on Mar 15, 2019:
It's hard for us to wrap our heads around, that the statements "nothing is something" and "what was before the beginning" aren't gibberish show the blind spot in our thinking. Nothing really is nothing, time and volume aren't exceptions.
Is Time A Concept Or A Thing?
Buttercup comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Way too much to unpack in a blurb, but I have a couple of things to consider. Is the time question the quantum uncertainty version of "If a tree falls in the forest does it make a sound?" Does the underlying phenomena exist independently, vibrations in air exist whether you hear them or not, clearly yes. Limiting the question to yes or no is a false dichotomy. Concrete versus abstract is similarly limited every idea in somewhere encoded in matter and/or energy,a neuron or computer chip, a book or something inconceivable to me. In our universe empty space doesn't exist, it has background microwave radiation and gravitrons (which opens a new can of worms, does space exists without gravitrons to define it). It's widely believed that if you could make nothing "exist"quantum particles would instantly spring into existence which confirms that time originated then(!?). Humans may abhor a paradox but nature clearly doesn't. If there is no god where did this come from leads nowhere because then you have to ask where did god come from. What existed before existence is the same fruitless loop of logic.
Be careful out there folks! Woman Almost Dies From Stroke Triggered By Oral Sex ...
Buttercup comments on Mar 14, 2019:
An atheist should be able to send a woman to heaven without killing her.
When we were in our early twenties my baby brother housesat for me while I was on a hiking trip for...
Buttercup comments on Mar 13, 2019:
For some excellent examples google image search "hustler honey centerfold retro"
Who has nice revenge stories?
Buttercup comments on Mar 13, 2019:
We had a boss who was useless, he was supposed to be foreman of big yard of pipes and fittings for natural gas production. He wouldn't even come out into the area he was supervising because he didn't like getting dirty. We spent a couple of weeks moving inventory from it's designated area to random spots, we knew where everything was and continued to fulfill orders but the filing system charts had become completely wrong and useless. We all quit without notice, the whole place had to shut down because even after they found new forklift drivers EVERY time he told them where something was, he was wrong. He was fired after a couple of days. Bonus facts, since no management ever came into our area we brought whole kegs of beer to work. The top guy, his superior was named Royal Bliss.
If trump was to be impeached the senate wouldn't convict, but even if they did pence would pardon ...
Buttercup comments on Mar 13, 2019:
An impeachment is not a criminal trial, the standards of "high crimes and misdemeanors" are not specified, and congress isn't part of the judiciary. Double jeopardy has no relevance. If convicted he is only removed office.
I've noticed that, when debating a subject, many people perform web searches for their topic and ...
Buttercup comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I was just talking to my daughter today, as always consider the source,for example I look for nih in the address. It's easy to get swamped. I'd have to check any of the above depending, some sources are obvious time wasters.
Anyone have plantar fasciitis?
Buttercup comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Taping really helped me, watch a few different videos to learn different methods and learn enough anatomy and the mechanics of your arches to do it right, you have to tension the tape so it mimics the natural spring and support of your arches. Taping is useless unless done correctly, it's a spring not a bandage that should limit the range of motion and the amount of force absorbed by the arch. When you stand on it it should be very apparent that the tape is resisting the compression.
If you are stupid enough to climb over barriers between you and wild animals, you deserve to be put ...
Buttercup comments on Mar 11, 2019:
I think I'd stay away from a Jaguars but I hopped a barrier to pet an okapi once.
True or false. Being a stepfather is a sure fire ticket to a divorce.
Buttercup comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Obviously some guys do it. The success depends, like any relationship, depends on your priorities. When I was young and wanting to have my own kids it was a fairly important consideration.
I threw up a little in my mouth... Trump signing Bibles in tornado ravaged AL [theweek.com]
Buttercup comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Could I have the paper towels instead?
Easy potatoes [facebook.com]
Buttercup comments on Mar 7, 2019:
I've got a nice little plot that runs itself, I pick some and leave some to reseed. I mow it in early spring and they grow fast and dense and mostly choke out the weeds. Pretty too, dark green foliage with little purple flowers.
A paper saying Dingo's, Australian wild dogs, are a separate species.
Buttercup comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Geographical isolation can be a factor in determining species. It's all a bit messy, as someone pointed out there can be interbreeding between cats. It's also seen in trout/salmonoid fishes.
Is it funny that my compatibility is less than 50% with most of the men here?
Buttercup comments on Mar 7, 2019:
It seems to give a lot of weight to geographical distance, which makes sense to me. Hard to date people that are a long ways off.
How many of yall believe in a historical Jesus? And why?
Buttercup comments on Mar 7, 2019:
Not so simple but no, Jesus is the Latinized version of the Greek Yesu which is the Greek version of the Hebrew Joshua , the Christians use this convention so as not to confuse him with other Joshuas. Nazereth was a pretty small place but still probably had a few Joshuas and maybe even a few Joshuas ben Josephs. Without a demonstrable birth record including birthday there isn't. JoeBob from Dallas probably exists but which JoeBob is the son of Zeus?
Most seductive thing you can say to a deviant - GO!
Buttercup comments on Mar 5, 2019:
I sang the Flinstones theme song in the style of Marilyn Monroe's "Happy Birthday, Mr President" ...totally worked and we had a β™« yabba dabba do timeβ™ͺ
Valid points. Sometimes, you have to give the Devil his due. [washingtonpost.com]
Buttercup comments on Mar 4, 2019:
This is a turf war between dictators not a good guy and a bad guy. Trump wants to take over. If democracy and humanity mattered at all we'd attack the Saudi regime.
ZUGZWANG.
Buttercup comments on Mar 4, 2019:
I was a serious chess player and knew this word, what sticks in my mind is when the "boy genius" on Criminal Minds used it incorrectly
A preacher told me last week that 'god' knows the number of hairs on my head.
Buttercup comments on Mar 3, 2019:
He also knows all your nose hairs, I get a little self conscious thinking about him looking up there
I am utterly speechless.
Buttercup comments on Feb 28, 2019:
Not a fan of the Catholic church and truly appalled at their cooperation with the Nazis and retirement communities for pedophiles but this story is dubious
These same people who are against the wall live inside of them.
Buttercup comments on Feb 27, 2019:
Dang, Soros doesn't have a wall either https://virtualglobetrotting.com/map/george-soros-house/view/google/
I had a lover with whom I would press hard on her belly just above her mons pubis.
Buttercup comments on Feb 24, 2019:
It's seems really usual in my experience that ladies like something to push against, either dry humping or having the entire vulva firmly cupped in my hand.
I am Brazilian, i would like to visit canada and USA, I've never seen snow in my life, and i would ...
Buttercup comments on Feb 22, 2019:
There are always a few bigots anywhere, the only place I've ever heard specific anti Brasialian slurs were in New England.( Every immigrant community faces that obstacle unfortunately) I visited Brasil and loved it, Seattle is pretty open generally and is close to mountains with lots of snow.
One of my kinks is being stimulating or stimulated when propriety is utterly necessary.
Buttercup comments on Feb 22, 2019:
Not me but interesting. I was in high school study hall, it was a hot sultry day when everyone was sleepwalking. I was lazily trying to focus on a book I was reading. At the front of the class was the teacher, she was twenty something and really attractive. Not in a showgirl way, pretty but plain, whipsmart and compactly athletic. She was squirming and rocking in her chair, rubbing one out in front of the class. It was pretty obvious from her changing posture when she was building the tension and when she orgasmed the wave of pleasure. I just sat by helplessly turned on, I wouldn't out her and for reasons of anatomy and desk design I couldn't have been nearly as discreet if I tried it myself .
[vice.] How many women can relate to this?
Buttercup comments on Feb 20, 2019:
Cartoon I've loved for years
Never forget...
Buttercup comments on Feb 20, 2019:
I'm only about 10 miles from the Memorial, the Japanese community on Bainbridge Island was hard hit, they were farmers and lost their homes permanently
Really wishing I had someone to just hold me.
Buttercup comments on Feb 19, 2019:
Wish you were here
It is all about perspective.
Buttercup comments on Feb 2, 2019:
Cool
COLLECTING IDEAS! THOUGHTS PLEASE.
Buttercup comments on Feb 1, 2019:
Lots of dwarf apples and pears at your local nursery
Time for me to take a break from posting memes and ask a question instead.
Buttercup comments on Jan 10, 2019:
https://grandmarketsquare.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Side-by-side-scissors.gif Easy to talk and fondle her puss, multitask
I thought Mr Spock looked kinda hot...
Buttercup comments on Oct 19, 2018:
I think all Vulcan Mormons have to wear that under their clothes
I discovered mindfulness during my sexual discovery after splitting from my ex.
Buttercup comments on Oct 14, 2018:
Huge at our house, meditation lead to experiments in erotic hypnosis, endless cool stuff, no touch orgasms and channeling deep reptile brain primal fantasies.
The Ancient Greeks were absolutely enthralled by the phallus, an artistic representation of the male...
Buttercup comments on Oct 10, 2018:
Times have changed though, big penises were considered uncouth. Dim comic villains and pervs like satyrs were portrayed with massive throbbing blue veiners. Classy beautiful statues of youth had dinky dinks.
WADI: noun.
Buttercup comments on Oct 10, 2018:
Similar to "arroyo" in Southern Colorado and New Mexico, a very common word for a very common feature of the terrain..
[friendlyatheist.
Buttercup comments on Oct 5, 2018:
Dumbass beyond compare
Is there any kind of animal/pet you would not want in your home?
Buttercup comments on Oct 2, 2018:
Hamsters, mean little assholes. I really like guinea pigs and even rats are smarter and nicer. I had a bat for a pet, also dumb and ill tempered and hard to maintain. It was just a novelty, I would never have another.
The sound just is so sexy
Buttercup comments on Oct 1, 2018:
One of my professors has a lovely soprano with just a hint of her native Ukrainian accent, many of my classmates mostly women seem to agree.
Boy Scouts?
Buttercup comments on Sep 29, 2018:
Shop around for a troupe, I was a scout leader for many years and we mostly ignored the religious and anti gay stuff
Silly selfies! C'mon, show 'em to me!
Buttercup comments on Sep 20, 2018:
The vampire was for breast cancer awareness month
Question. I have different fetishes. How do I bring it up in conversation?
Buttercup comments on Sep 16, 2018:
Definitely by the time you have the pregnancy/ std talk if it's essential to your sexuality, it's ungentlemanly to just spring stuff on people. I'm pretty kinky and been pleasantly surprised at my reception. It's really not different than other aspects of yourself you reveal, start slow and watch their reaction, be positive we tend to attract people like ourselves and they read more than we think we are revealing.

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