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Most men don't even see the male models wearing shirts. They just sort of become background noise.
There are models?
I hardly ever shop online for clothes. Can't really judge the fit and can't be arsed sending shit back.
I get most of my t-shirts at metal gigs or given to me by a nice old lady in a very big house in London.
I buy my shirts in a shop like most folks, but the only people I see modelling them are generally plastic and headless.
And their fragility reminds me of every time racist white people freak out over ads depicting IR couples.
Yes. Models exist. Miraculously, we women manage to shop online and offline without chucking a thrombo every time we see an impossibly skinny model who may or may not make us feel like shit.
I've seen the models they use for women's clothing :\ half of them I don't find attractive, it's really weird.
There’s some weird looking male models, too. Skinny seems to be the main criteria, after that all bets are off.
It’s hard to be attracted to someone so photoshopped they no longer have normal human imperfections.
TLDR: Incel discovers companies use models to sell clothes. Does not handle it well.
fashionmaxx? Isn't that a discount clothing store?
When Fashion Bug and T.J. Maxx have an affair?
I upvoted you because that's funny, but the mere mention of "Fashion Bug" is giving me flashbacks of being bored out of my skull as a kid being quietly dragged around while my mom looked through racks upon racks of clothes.
That is like DMV-level slowness.
The only good thing about that was hiding in the clothesracks.
...I wish I could still pull that off, that was fun.
Those clothesracks did seem Narnia-deep, but I didn't do that. And in hindsight, I wouldn't be surprised if Lane Bryant could hide middle-schoolers in there.
Oooh, I like it!
what did this guy expect going to an online clothing store. of course they are gonna have above average looking men and women wearing the clothing being sold. some people are more likely to buy clothing that they see a model wear
Well, I mean this is probably just me and all but I consider the t-shirt itself. Color, if it has a print what it is, do I have something like that already, what size is it, is it slim fit ('cause that just DOESN'T FIT ME,) price, material its made of... y'know, shit you would normally care about.
Also, everything isn't about bones. Some things are about wrist circumference. Others are about being 6'. /s
If the first thing you notice when clothes shopping is the good looking guy wearing the shirt, I've got news for you...
Yall underestimate how damaging it is to go without social and sexual validation, experience.. It ruins you.
Literally was in a relationship where all that happened was him putting me down and getting angry at everything, try again.
Nup. Lost v-card at 25, treated abysmally by dudes until 31, perpetually single and ignored. I know what it’s like and have experienced way worse things.
No, it doesn't. Joining a cult which both tells you that you're damaged for not experiencing those things with lots of "daily reminders" to that effect, and also fills your head with hate and bullshit to ensure that you'll drive away or ignore all your opportunities to actually find love or companionship does though.
I sympathize if you are lonely and sad, I really do, but things aren't going to change for you until you start taking responsibility for your own actions and your own mental health. Stop believing in Incel lies because they're easy, start trying harder, seek actual legitimate help, and stop listening to angry boys who can't get a date yet somehow claim to be masters of love and psychology.
How do you feel it ruins you, and why don't you get social validation? Do you seek out social situations?
There are a thousand ways to get validation, if that's what you really want, without having to get your dick wet.
And what point is that?
Is it anyone's fault by your own that you don't have friends or....? Seriously... it's all on you to get into social situations that "validate" you.
You also don't require sexual experience to be happy. Was a virgin until 18, S.O. was until 27. Neither of us shat the bed over not having sex when we first wanted it.
Ever tried being nice to people? Does wonders in the social validation stakes.
I mean i can understand the social one, loneliness is a bitch. But time, patience and improvments will help you eventually to pass obstacles.
Sexual validation..idk about that one. 20 y never dated but i know its my foult bc im lazy and not care much yet tbh.