Head in clouds

mttyshealy:

LETS PLAY THE “TYPE THESE WORDS IN YOU R TAG BOX AND POST THE FIRST AUTOMATIC TAG THAT COMES UP” GAME: DIRTY WORD ADDITION OK

  • fuck
  • shit
  • dick
  • no
  • hell
  • sex
  • damn
bunearyk:

overfedvenison:

archmasterjazzy:

humanslothking:

the-unpopular-opinions:

As a man I can only imagine people being attracted to me if I actually imagine myself as a woman.
I’ve never been particularly bullied or told that I’m ugly or unattractive, but I really just can’t imagine anyone being attracted to my male body. Let me clarify by saying that I’m perfectly comfortable being a man, and I know that this doesn’t happen to everyone, but… Really, after hearing so many people complaining about being made objects of desire, it’s kind of sad for me to feel that I won’t ever be one. Logically I know it’s not necessarily true, but that is my emotional reaction the the thought. To me, and I’m really just guessing, I think it may be based upon never really seeing men complimented for their appearance unless they have rock-solid abs and a perfect face, which I simply don’t possess.
Don’t bother with the ‘crycry fedoraneckbeardman coz no girls want to sleep with you’ bullcrap, because you all know that I’m just a human, like all of you, that wants to feel attractive and ‘want-able’.

I wholeheartedly agree. I’ve had severe insecurity and body-image issues during my younger days due to the fact that no girl wanted me, where it had prompted me to workout and diet. Now that I’ve got a relatively good body, a fair set of muscles and a six-pack, I tend to get a bit more girl attention and I honestly love it. I know sexual objectification may not be the most positive gesture towards women but it’s sure as hell a lot better than feeling undesired and ignored.

Do men really feel this way? 

When I was a kid I thought I might be trans because of stuff like this. Ultimately I decided I didn’t much care and got over it, but yeah I definitely see where this guy’s coming from. It probably helps that I tend for strange fashions and tend to get random compliments on my outfits and hair from people as well.

this is something i’ve felt as well. not feeling attractive cause you don’t possess a body that you feel women would go for is a bit disheartening. just like envy, the comment above me, i sorta ignore it but i do think about it at times.

Women only compliment random good looking guys to their girlfriends, never at the person’s face.
Unless the woman is over 60. I guess when you stop receiving random compliments and whistling in the street, you start giving them.

bunearyk:

overfedvenison:

archmasterjazzy:

humanslothking:

the-unpopular-opinions:

As a man I can only imagine people being attracted to me if I actually imagine myself as a woman.

I’ve never been particularly bullied or told that I’m ugly or unattractive, but I really just can’t imagine anyone being attracted to my male body. Let me clarify by saying that I’m perfectly comfortable being a man, and I know that this doesn’t happen to everyone, but… Really, after hearing so many people complaining about being made objects of desire, it’s kind of sad for me to feel that I won’t ever be one. Logically I know it’s not necessarily true, but that is my emotional reaction the the thought. To me, and I’m really just guessing, I think it may be based upon never really seeing men complimented for their appearance unless they have rock-solid abs and a perfect face, which I simply don’t possess.

Don’t bother with the ‘crycry fedoraneckbeardman coz no girls want to sleep with you’ bullcrap, because you all know that I’m just a human, like all of you, that wants to feel attractive and ‘want-able’.

I wholeheartedly agree. I’ve had severe insecurity and body-image issues during my younger days due to the fact that no girl wanted me, where it had prompted me to workout and diet. Now that I’ve got a relatively good body, a fair set of muscles and a six-pack, I tend to get a bit more girl attention and I honestly love it. I know sexual objectification may not be the most positive gesture towards women but it’s sure as hell a lot better than feeling undesired and ignored.

Do men really feel this way? 

When I was a kid I thought I might be trans because of stuff like this. Ultimately I decided I didn’t much care and got over it, but yeah I definitely see where this guy’s coming from. It probably helps that I tend for strange fashions and tend to get random compliments on my outfits and hair from people as well.

this is something i’ve felt as well. not feeling attractive cause you don’t possess a body that you feel women would go for is a bit disheartening. just like envy, the comment above me, i sorta ignore it but i do think about it at times.

Women only compliment random good looking guys to their girlfriends, never at the person’s face.

Unless the woman is over 60. I guess when you stop receiving random compliments and whistling in the street, you start giving them.

ask-thehooded:

OH MY FUCKING THANK YOU

who is the hottest girl you know on tumblr?
Anonymous

extradan:

sweet-apple-analysis:

jillssmile:

cakeywakeyc:

ask-pigpeter:

autumn-prose:

doomhoof:

I think Anon is trying to get me killed

Just say Riquis. Nobody will stop you.

Riquis isn’t hot… :/

YOU DISSIN’ MY WAIFU, SISTER?

yoooo pig, that’s really not nice dude

Riquis is pretty attractive tho

I am the hottest girl on tumblr

Bitch please, my moobs are bigger.

About to draw senpai’s characters.

About to draw senpai’s characters.

Kill la Kill

Kill la Kill

fire-in-the-dingo:

dnotive:

balladoftarby:

blameaspartame:

This Could Be Us But You Are Playing

of course it’s in fucking portland

That’s kind of hot.

Oh. My God!

That’s a fine ass you got there, lady.
Where did you get her?

fire-in-the-dingo:

dnotive:

balladoftarby:

blameaspartame:

This Could Be Us But You Are Playing

of course it’s in fucking portland

That’s kind of hot.

Oh. My God!

That’s a fine ass you got there, lady.

Where did you get her?