Meowth

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About Meowth

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  • Birthday 04/13/1993

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    Male
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    United States, Florida
  • Interests
    pussy money and weed what more can I say
  1. contest

    I'll come up with something if I win.
  2. You don't have to completely wet yourself or make a mess to unlearn this nervousness. Before you shower, urinate in your clothes a small amount; an amount you are comfortable with, and then take your shower. When you become comfortable with it in the bathroom, do it outside the bathroom. Do it in the car, on the couch, at school or work, ect. Of course, this is going to depend on your personal hygienic standards and on when you'll next be taking a shower (if showering after small leaks is high priority), but the more you do this, the more easily you'll be able to make your body do what you want when you want it to.
  3. Female

    story of my life
  4. I would be beyond pissed.
  5. And so the ultimate game of human lust begins: THE WAITING GAME
  6. Female

    I'll admit I've always sorta liked peeing outside. Though, an unfortunate thing about being a male is that I don't think I can quite experience that feeling in the same way a female would. After all, it is pretty much expected for a dude to piss outside. Where is the rush? lol
  7. Female

    That was a very enjoyable story. I have to admit, the pixie cut is a nice visual! I've always quite liked short hair.
  8. Being a good conversationalist is both a product of talent and skill. Talent you are born with, so I can't help much in that department. However, that doesn't mean there isn't a lot to learn! What vexer said is right. That particular advice will usually make it clear that you're attempting conversation. This is good in situations where you are expected to make small talk, or the silence is awkward. Getting to know someone on a date, getting to know their parents! Or maybe sitting with a manager or during a job interview as you wait for someone to arrive, or for a computer load a page. Sometimes the attempt is enough to send a message, and it can often prompt the other person to start the conversation. In a case where you want something more casual (friends, for instance), you can ask them about something they know about. Try to learn about it. Say you're curious. Just be sure not to be bothersome, because that kinda thing does get dry! Another option is to make an observation about something, and see if it starts off a conversation. A personal favorite of mine is to tell a story -- usually a short one, unless I'm with close friends. This can lead into an opinion. As long as you're careful not to be too blunt, you can learn a lot about a person that way, or even build a connection: "Wow, you know what I can't stand? Those people who stand in the middle of aisles and talk on their phones. I was trying to buy some acetic acid, maltodextrin, and sorbitol when this lady refused to move. I know she saw me, but she ignored me!" If that doesn't get things rolling, you need a better person to talk to.
  9. Well, I think there are two different perspectives to consider when answering/asking this question: Objective and Subjective. Objectively, I have to say no. If we are to assume life is without 'purpose,' at least what we could reasonably consider 'purpose,' then life itself can be considered meaningless. And if that is the case, then animals and humans are ultimately valued the same -- null. This isn't opinion, though. It is fact based on assumptions. So if we were to change the assumptions or definitions of the words above, then the answer could be entirely different. For example, if we assumed life DID have some purpose, it might not change our value in the universe, or it might mean our value as a group or an individual is based on how we impact that purpose. And if this 'purpose' actually revolved around us, I think it would be safe to say we are more important than animals. But again, this isn't really opinion. It is fact. Just based entirely on variables. Now, more relevantly, the subjective approach is strict opinion. I will share mine, but as a forewarning, I would like to say these things are all subject to change. I don't exactly think these things are 'right,' since I don't value myself to be at a level capable of deducing fact from a universe I hardly understand. The following is really more a sliver of my current state of mine -- my philosophy, if you will. I think that humans are more important than animals. I think that I am a human, and therefore value human life over that of animal. I feel humans are more 'powerful' (I mean this in more of a Nietzschean way, rather than a literal way) than animals, and therefore value human life over that of animals. I love animals to death lol. However, this love is complicated. It brings me pain and physical discomfort to see an animal be abused; in the same way it hurts to see a child, or even a regular joe be hurt. I feel empathy for animals just as I do other people; albeit, a bit more jaded considering class differences. I don't condone animal abuse, and would never do it myself. I honestly couldn't even own a snake because I would feel too bad about caging it up, unable to gauge its happiness. I've even been considering moral vegetarianism, because the degree of suffering we submit animals to is unreasonable. But what is ironic about this is that pity itself can be an act of superiority. I have trouble reasoning 'pity' to be anything other than two things: a unique brand of 'selfishness' that is found in all actions taken by any living creature (this is essentially the assertion of power, and is semantically debatable), and an assertion of superiority on something else. To put it a bit more simply, let's say I walk by a homeless man. He asks me for some spare cash money green. I pity him and hand over some dough. The thing that determines the type of pity is intent. Did I do so because, in that position, I would appreciate someone giving me change? Or did I do it because it brought me pleasure? Some would argue, despite both being 'good' things to do, that doing it because it felt good is more righteous, because it is less selfish. After all, the first option is a morally acceptable form of covering your own ass on a collectivist level. However, I urge consideration in regards to the fact that feeling pleasure giving someone money can very easily be an assertion of superiority, though less questionable morally than most things of that nature. You derived pleasure from helping someone less fortunate than you. You felt good when you announced to everyone who saw you that you have enough. So much, that you can just... give it away. The fundamental flaw that comes with refuting this is that no matter what, your action implies some form of superiority, based on the fact you are giving this person something of value, and saying "you need it more than me." The only exceptions to this would be giving someone something that means nothing to you, which is not an act of charity at all. And hating yourself, which is an exception because that isn't pity. So, I suppose to sum it all up, I love animals. I think they're amazing, and I think they deserve to be treated right. But I am realistic. I know that things don't always work out the way you want them to, and often don't. Suffering is apart of life. The under-appreciated pox that enables us to feel it's polar opposite -- pleasure. Life is just as much suffering as it is pleasure, in the same way it is just as dark as it is light. So with all that in mind, I must harshly conclude my opinion. Humans have a larger impact on this world. We have more control over animals then they have over us. We control whether they live or die. Whether they breed or go extinct. We control the very life of this planet, and possess the means to leave it. That is why I believe humanity is more important. And in the case of one human for one animal, a human will (almost) always win.