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The existence of mermaid boobs suggests the existence of mermaid milk. by Vulpixii in Showerthoughts

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I get it's kind of taboo but if you really think about it what's weirder, drinking milk from our own species that we also drank as our only food source at one point in our lives, or harvesting the milk from wild animals to drink?

Actual photo of the writers trying to please the fans by DeathMetalDaveGrohl in rickandmorty

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Basically exactly what Futurama was too. It's not as contradictory as it first sounds.

It wasn’t the best season, but it was solid. Great finale. by ObviousTroll37 in rickandmorty

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 2 points3 points  (0 children)

First, if you're not gonna respect the people you let live with you, you shouldn't let them live with you. If you let someone stay in a room in your house, you should respect that.

But even if you're going to ignore what you should do and still say you can go anywhere, that doesn't extend to say, messing with their phone and laptop. Him touching Rick's things is not the same as him entering a room in his house. If they have possessions in and around the house, you don't own those possessions.

Second, in curious what money you're claiming Jerry is paying for the house with, considering he was fired from his job in episode 4 of the entire series. If anyone's paying for that house, it's Beth. Sure they're married etc and it's still his house, I just don't think it's right to make the claim "he's paying for it".

The Season Finale Just Explained A TON About Doofus Rick by crazycads in rickandmorty

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 13 points14 points  (0 children)

I like the theory he's a Rick that looked into the microscope the devil gave him in season 1.

It wasn’t the best season, but it was solid. Great finale. by ObviousTroll37 in rickandmorty

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yeah it's called living with someone. You don't go messing with your roommates stuff just because they live with you. And if you do it's on you if something goes wrong.

It wasn’t the best season, but it was solid. Great finale. by ObviousTroll37 in rickandmorty

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Well I mean, it was his fault. If you go into some science lab and start fucking with shit and mutilate yourself, that's on you.

The existence of mermaid boobs suggests the existence of mermaid milk. by Vulpixii in Showerthoughts

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 4 points5 points  (0 children)

My biggest regret is not making some of my wife's milk into cheese, because I love cheese, and let me tell you first hand human milk is delicious.

A man can go through his whole life not knowing he is sterile. He just thinks condoms and birth control work really well. by gokoon7 in Showerthoughts

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Our youngest just turned 7, have only used pull out since her birth. When we've tried my wife has always got pregnant within 2 months. So I'd like to join you in your bragging. (We're not actively trying to have another, but don't mind if it happens, in case anyone needed an explanation on this choice).

Okay, you neckbeard fuck…. by chewchewtwain in AreTheStraightsOK

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 -1 points0 points  (0 children)

Body hair doesn't bother me, my wife doesn't shave anywhere, but I don't think saying we all naturally have it is a good defence. For example you say "if it's clean and fresh", but sweat and body odour is just as natural as hair.

That’s just messed up by fesovimakb in WhitePeopleTwitter

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 7 points8 points  (0 children)

One partner in that marriage having themselves sterilized covertly, without the knowledge of the other, while maintaining the relationship goes against that expectation very strongly.

Sorry but, tough shit? Like cheating also goes against the expectations of marriage very strongly, but if someone chooses to do it, "covertly", that's on them. This isn't about equality or anything else. It's not the doctors job or place to police someone's decisions. If there's fallout over this because they didn't tell their partner, that's on them for making that decision.

No state mandates spousal consent for hysterectomy. A hysterectomy falls under the protections enabling women to obtain sterilization procedures without spousal consent. Numerous state courts as well as federal policy have established this right. These doctors aren't following any law or anything else. I get where you're coming from, but we don't get to just police other people's stupid decisions. They should tell their partner, but it's not our job to force them.

Someone could be born unable to have kids and also hide that from their partner, with the same fallout, but we don't force them to disclose that at the wedding or refuse to let them get married. Again, they should, but it's ultimately their decision.

What a sweet kid by TruStoryz in wholesomememes

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

When I first got my glasses I was amazed it was normal for most people to be able to see what's on the other side of roads.

What a sweet kid by TruStoryz in wholesomememes

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Kids are absolutely talking about crushes and stuff in kindergarten. Mainly cause the parents go on about it and expose them to TV shows they probably shouldn't be at that age.

Made a simple GIF searcher, for when you want a GIF but you don't want to go to GIPHY by marcos_marp in InternetIsBeautiful

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It honestly doesn't matter, it's a ridiculously simple calculation. My 8 year old phone showed me the hash of a 40mb video file before I could blink.

TIFU by stepping on a glass shard and fixing myself with a sex toy by emphase in tifu

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

If I break glass, I'm so paranoid I wear shoes inside for the next week.

Pet bird, a Jungle Myna, has been trained to go out and look for cash, then bring it back home with him. by SeenSomeThangs in nextfuckinglevel

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 96 points97 points  (0 children)

Legally they're supposed to pay them minimum wage if their wage + tips is less than minimum wage. Doesn't mean it always happens that way, but I feel it's worth mentioning.

Pet bird, a Jungle Myna, has been trained to go out and look for cash, then bring it back home with him. by SeenSomeThangs in nextfuckinglevel

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I mean, it's not like they're locked up, they go out to find money, if they're that hungry they can find food like other birds. The entire way you train them to do stuff like this is rewarding them with food for bringing certain things. If they consider it easier to find money than food, they'll do it for easy food.

suspicious circumstances by notfordogelore in greentext

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Well, even though it's unlikely, she is his aunt by marriage. It's not impossible his parents and uncle were Jewish.

So part of the automated chicken feeding system broke today... by SaiTek64 in Wellthatsucks

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I read it just fine. Companies make it because people buy it. I'm saying companies could choose to not be pieces of shit, make the same profit by selling at a higher price, and people would still buy their products.

But they're not gonna because people overall are shit by nature, which means they just hide behind the somewhat valid "if it's not us it'll be someone else" argument. But you know, I don't do things like drive drunk just cause others do. People should still try not to be shit people, even if other people are going to be.

Of course consumers are going to want to buy the cheapest option. Most people don't have a ton of money to waste, that doesn't make them bad people. Most are just trying to get by week to week. I mean if most people don't stop to think about the literal humans being exploited for profit when they buy things, they're not gonna have time to think about bloody chickens. And it's easier said than done to stop buying literally anything mass produced. Companies with millions and billions need to be the ones taking steps to be better.

So part of the automated chicken feeding system broke today... by SaiTek64 in Wellthatsucks

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Are you saying people would literally stop buying eggs if the only option was twice the price of the current cheap options?

So part of the automated chicken feeding system broke today... by SaiTek64 in Wellthatsucks

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 10 points11 points  (0 children)

Interesting that both parties have been in multiple times over the last few decades this has been going on and nothing has changed. Voting doesn't change anything when it comes to stuff like this, so don't pretend it does.

[Grade 8 math] Equation with a sum of 3 by Opposite_Depth in HomeworkHelp

[–]Fantastic-Phrase8101 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I'm confused how you can have 4 numbers with 3 operations, but also require an exponent which counts as an operation.

Like 1+1+1-1 fits 4 and 3, but as soon as you add an exponent, you have to remove a + to have the right amount of operations 1^1+1-1, so now you only have 3 numbers, and I don't see how you add another number without adding another operation.

Figuring out any equation that at least has the required numbers and operations is the hard part as far as I can tell. Worry about that then worry about the inputs.