1. I don’t want to be in my room anymore, but if I want to leave I have to put my clothes back on…


    Life is hard.


  2. The reason I don’t check out or comment on attractive guys when I’m around you is because I typically don’t notice them when I’m with you. You’re almost always the hottest guy in the room, in my opinion.

    When you ask about it, though, I know you wouldn’t appreciate me saying so. Instead I just shrug and say I didn’t see them. Or that they looked okay.


  3. Why are fantastic asses wasted on straight guys?

    The world may never know.


  4. Weird seeing a straight guy on FB doing the “masculine” straight douchey guy thing and then being 90% certain you’ve seen the same guy on a dating site with his face hidden wanting a daddy to “punish” him.

    I mean, no judgement on his fantasies. Everyone had at least one not normal fantasy. Whatever normal means.

    Just a weird juxtaposition.


  5. I don’t… I don’t think you quite understand what all those words you’re using mean, guy who is trying to sext me.


  6. "First, masturbation can be a form of homosexuality because it is a sexual act that does not involve a woman. If a man were to masturbate while engaged in other forms of sexual intimacy with his wife then he would not be doing so in a homosexual way. However, any man who does so without his wife in the room is bordering on homosexuality activity, particularly if he’s watching himself in a mirror and being turned on by his own male body."
    — Mark Driscoll, Porn Again Christian (2008)

    (Source: pica-scribit, via grumpyspacetoad)


  7. Yeah, dude whose display picture is of his crotch with a visible outline of his erection, I’m sure you’re just looking for friends.

    100% positive.

    P.S. Wear something more form-fitting than basketball shorts next time. You’re not endowed enough to be leaving that much to the imagination.


  8. "Love the sinner, hate the sin" is one of the biggest copouts and anyone who says that shit to you is only going to try to get you to hate yourself so they can feel okay hating you, too.


  9. It’s so great that a conventionally attractive heterosexual couple can find love on the internet.

    Thanks for giving me hope, match.com


  10. Listening to my stepmother ask for wedding pictures from my siblings so she can frame them and put them on the wall makes me sad because I know that, in the unlikely event I ever get married, I know my picture will never go up there.