- Nov 8, 2017
- 77d 17h 52m
I think premature hairloss corelates with daily stress one is exposed to
not significantly probably, posture and your jaw have more influence according to tension theoryhighinhibition said:I think premature hairloss corelates with daily stress one is exposed to
View: https://www.tiktok.com/@conniiebxo/video/7000819609385356549?refer=embed&is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1TheDarkEnigma said:Not just in dating. Heightism affects every aspects of our lives and how we are viewed by everyone.
Here is word for word what they have already said when the information was presented before their eyes (commentary in brackets and bold):Diocel said:
Bookmarked to later use. great post.sexratiocel said:Here is word for word what they have already said when the information was presented before their eyes (commentary in brackets and bold):
"Being 6'0" is not that remarkable [false]. Just because I am taller than average, it does not give me any advantage in attracting foids [false]. You only become noticeably tall when you reach 6'5" [false]. Being 6'0" does not give you a halo [false]. The fact that I am 6'0" is meaningless [false], because look at that attractive top-notch superstar Hollywood celebrity who is a manlet and gets laid [irrelevant cherry-picking]. Here, I will now post 1,000 photos of top-notch superstar Hollywood celebrities who get laid despite being manlets [irrelevant cherry-picking]. I know a 4'6" midget who is a slayer [unverifiable anecdote], and I know a 6'7" colossus who is a truecel [unverifiable anecdote]. That men who have ugly faces are romantically disadvantaged compared to men with beautiful faces proves that face is just as important as height [non sequitur]. Tallness is not in and of itself attractive [false]."
I have probably missed some of their other talking-points, but that is the gist of it.