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  1. Words I hate period: Feminist and it's variants: it's been hijacked by misandrics and female supremacists umpteen too many times for anyone to use it in it's original context and be taken seriously, and yet people fighting for gender equality won't let the toxic term die. Words I hate in specific contexts: pedophile when used as a synonym for child molester. Sexual attraction and sexual abuse are not the same thing, the former is not a prerequisite for the latter, and if pedophiles were as lacking in self-control as the prudes would have us believe, I would expect a majority of break-ups between consenting adults to end with the spurned lover raping the one who dumped them and the majority of unrequited loves leading to rape as well. Racist when applied to someone pointing out statistics that paint a group in a negative light or raises valid concerns about a particular group. Doubly so when the group in question isn't a racial group(Muslims being the big one in current US politics) or when the person making the comments is asking for people to assure them their fears are unfounded or at least blown out of proportion. au and variants(short for alternative universe) when applied to fanfics that could take place in the canon universe with few, if any, modifications to the canon universe's rules. I don't care how much events are altered or how far off the rails of the original plot you go, if the setting is still more or less the same as canon, at most the fic represents an alternate timeline. The Harry Potter fandom is particularly bad about this, with a large number of fics that follow Harry or one of his contemporaries through seven years at Hogwarts being called au by the author or a reviewer at the first sign of events that contradict the books. Classes of words I hate: Acronyms: I realize that even in typing, writing one word opposed to an entire sentence saves time, but unless it something that has become such a common word that most people have forgotten it was an acronym(such as scuba or laser), they just confuse the hell out of me. To make matters worse, most people just assume you're familiar with the particular variety of alphabet soup they're using and don't even have the common courtesy to type out the full name the first time they use the acronym in a post. Bonus annoyance if it's an acronym that is usually spelled out, but is close enough to a pronounceable word my screenreader tries pronouncing it or it's usually pronounced as a word but isn't spelled how it's pronounced or the pronunciation requires letters not in the actual acronym.
  2. Yeah, if someone wants to kill someone bad enough, they'll use whatever weapon they can get hold of, and as I understand it, knives are already the most widely used implement of murder. All else equal, a world without guns might see some would be murderers chickening out on account of being forced to use a weapon that gives the victim a better chance of fighting back and might see some heat of the moment murders reduced to non-lethal assaults as a slower means of killing gives the assailant moretime to spend their aggression before their victim expires, but unless you had a foolproof plan for getting rid of guns, I don't think the numbers of such situations are large enough to risk criminals holding on to their guns in order to terrorize a disarmed, law-abiding population. After all, even unloaded, brandishing a gun is probably one of the most effective ways a robber can scare their victims into compliance. But yeah, better to address the darker side of human, neigh, animal nature than to blame our problems on the tools we've invented. And really, we're already doing a pretty good job unless the statistics are vastly overstating violence in the past and understating violence in the present.
  3. Delayed writing this in hopes of getting more challenge suggestions to no avail, so I hope readers don't mind I threw in a few of my own. Glancing around the room, Hazuki tries to think of a challenge that won't have Onpu trying to escalate things too quickly, but her lack of experience with such games has her drawing a blank until her eyes land on the chair at her desk. Walking over to her desk, Hazuki examines the chair, which is sturdily built of wood and finds the back comes up to justunder her bladder bulge and that the upper ridge of the backrest is unpadded and fairly sharp. Pulling an egg timer from a desk drawer, Hazuki declares, "I challenge Onpu-chan to spend five minutes bent over the backrest of my desk chair with her bladder centered on the backrest." "That doesn't sound too hard." replies Onpu as she struts over to Hazuki's desk. Gripping the corners of the backrest and placing her feet a little more than shoulder width apart to put her taut tinkle tank at the height of the backrest, the child idolbends over, placing most of her weight directly on her bladder, her heels rising off the floor in the process, stopping only when her forehead touches the front edge of the seat and Onpu can look through the wooden supports holding the backrest and her own legs to look at Hazuki. Hazuki can't help noticing how Onpu's posture accentuates the child idol's calves, hamstrings, and glutes or how the purple-haired girl's panty-clad mound is pushed out from between her thighs. The burnette is quite tempted to grab those yellow stripes and yank them to the floor for a better look at what they're covering, but before she can give into temptation, Onpu asks, "Is this good, Hazuki-chan?" Snapping back to reality, Hazuki stutters out, "Th-That's great, Onpu-chan." As she sets the timer in her hands for five minutes before asking, "What's my first challenge?" "I want you to lay down where I can see you and spread your legs as far as you can to show off those blue panties you're wearing." replies Onpu. Hazuki blushes brightly, but figuring her friend is trying to make her drink instead of taking the challenge, she sits down near Onpu's feet. "No, I won't be able to see a thing if you sit that close." complains Onpu and Hazuki slides back until she's laying in the best position for Onpu's viewing pleasure. As Hazuki spreads her legs, removing the support her thighs were giving her pelvic floor, it feels like the pressure in her bladder has suddenly doubled. To add to Hazuki's embarrassment, Onpu comments, "Those blue panties make a lovely cameltoe over Hazuki-chan's cunny. I wonder if they would turn green if Hazuki-chan were to wet herself." Hazuki tries to ignore Onpu to focus on holding, but it isn't easy given that the view the orange apprectice has of the purple apprentice is very lovely in it's own right, especially as Onpu starts grinding against the backrest, commenting, "Ho kami! All that lemonade really wants out! I wonder if this is how a lemon feels when you squeeze the juice from it!" Fortunately, it isn't long before the timer dings and Onpu stands up before walking over to Hazuki and helping the brunette to her feet, "So, what's next Hazuki-chan?" After a bit of thought, Hazuki steps into her closet and returns with a belt, which she secures around Onpu's waist and cinches tightly so it cuts into the child idol's bulging bladder, "You need to wear that for the rest of the game." "Doesn't sound like much of a handicap." replies Onpu nonchalantly, making Hazuki hope Onpu is just really good at hiding her desperation, "I'd like to hear Hazuki-chan play her violin." "Okay," starts Hazuki, "but you have to sit with your legs spread through the entire song! And with no crotch grabbing!" "Fair enough." replies Onpu before doing a split and placing a hand on each knee. Grabbing her violin and bringing it to her chin, Hazuki decides to play Lupine Lullaby, part of her hoping the soothing melody will leave Onpu to drowsy to focus on holding. Though she would normally play with her eyes closed for a piece she knows by heart, Hazuki instead keeps her eyes trained on Onpu, and as she pulls the bow across the strings, if the song is having any affect on the child idol, the purple-haired girl isn't showing it. Mean while, Hazuki's piddle pounds away at her urethra, and while she manages to remain composed throughout the song, she does miss a few notes and can only hope Onpu is too distracted by her own welling waste waters to notice. When she's finished playing, Onpu claps and Hazuki takes a bow, the latter action squeezing her swollen reservoir severely as Onpu dashes her hopes, "That was beautiful, but you missed quite a few notes, and I know Hazuki-chan can do better than that." Standing up, Onpu refills Hazuki's glass from thepitcher before handing it to the brunette. Already feeling dangerously close to losing, Hazuki whines, "Do I have to drink that?" Smiling devilishly, Onpu replies unsympathetically, "Of course Hazuki-chan has to drink it." Resigned to her fate, Hazuki takes the glass and starts downing it, feeling as though she's powering the sweet and sour liquid directly into her bladder and nearly doing a spit take on the last mouthful as Onpu issues her next challenge, "Next, Hazuki-chan has to sit on the toilet, panties down, legs apart, without peeing for five minutes." Recovering from a coughing fit, Hazuki cries out, "Wh-What!?" "You have to sit on the toilet, panties down, legs apart, without peeing, for five minutes." repeats the child idol grabbing the egg timer off Hazuki's desk and starting to lead her shocked friend towards the en suite. What does Hazuki do? Go through with the challenge. Insist Onpu do it as well(if the both survive the five minutes dry, do they resume the game or enter sudden death to see who can force the other to let go first?) Insist the challenge is too extreme. refuse the challenge and drink another penalty glass. Something else. I'm still open to challenge ideas for if the game continues.
  4. No idea if it would hold up under scrutiny if I was in a clearer state of mind, but at the moment, my only complaint is how it just cuts off.
  5. +1 to Islam is not a race, so calling Islamophobia a form of racism is a misnomer. Not that that will stop people from calling you a racist for raising valid concerns regarding Muslims. That said, I'm far more worried about me and those I care about being victims of white non-Muslim criminals than being victims of Muslim criminals, and I say that as a white, non-Muslim. Not because I believe white, non-Muslims are more likely to be dangerous, but because white, non-Muslims make up a much larger part of the US population and I live in a white neighborhood of a city with little or no Muslims. Now, if I had reason to step foot in a Muslim neighborhood, Muslims would skyrocket to the top of my threat list by simple virtue that it's more likely an attack will come from somone living in the neighborhood than from a fellow visitor. Also, as a non-Christian, I'm more worried about being attacked by radical Christians than I am radical Muslims, not because I think Christians are any more likely to be radical, holier than thou types, but because Christians outnumber Muslims in the US by a significant margin and I live in a town that I'm pretty sure has more churches than grocery stores(and one of the three institutes of higher education with a presence in my home town not only has a Christian affiliation, but has the word Christian in its name). As for the question of refugees, personally, I lean towards open borders on the grounds that most people are going to be at worse a burden on already taxed public services, and to be rather blunt, I have my doubts letting every leech of foreign brith into the country would be enough for them to constitute a majority of leeches, but I've never heard anyone suggest we deport all the leeches that were born here(cut funding to welfare and let them starve in the streets, but never deportation). Household accidents kill more people in the US than murders and household accidents involving chairs alone kill more people than terrorists, but people still like to blow the risk posed by a potential terrorist sneaking in among refugees out of proportion. And you know, maybe if the US and it's allies weren't so gung ho about meddling in politics of the Islamic World, maybe the worse of Muslims would be content with their Sunni v. Shi'a civil wars instead of wanting to wipe out Euro-American culture as a threat to Islamic Culture, and have a harder time radicalizing the more moderate Muslims are capable of coexisting with people of different faiths.
  6. Even if Spongebob's brain is consistant in it's depiction across all the appearances in the above link, which I kind of doubt, the show very much runs on rule of funny and artistic license [insert scientific field here], so which, if any, internal organs Spongebob has probably depends entirely on what the writer wants to do rather than any established "this is the anatomy of an anthropomorphic sponge). That Spongebob has a brain is already a pretty substantial deviation from actual sea sponges, and it's a bit weird how Spongebob is based on a kitchen sponge when his parents and grandmother more closely resemble actual sea sponges. Not to mention such things as the barely qualifies as alive sponge being a sentient race when Snails(quite advanced for invertebrates) are pets and the Starfish(again, a highly advanced invertebrate) is the village idiot. Or the fact a crab has a whale for a daughter, Squids having only 6 limbs, and Jellyfish stings being shocking instead of poisonous and Jellyfish producing actual jelly. The nautical nonsense line from the them song is an understatement of titanic proportions.
  7. ^The Powerpuff Girls are the titular super heroines of a popular Cartoon Network original series from the late-90s/early-00s. Created from Sugar, spice, and everything nice with the addition of chemical X, the trio of super deformed kindergarteners consists of smart redhead Blossom, giggly blue-eyed blonde Bubbles, and raven-haired tomboy with anger management issues Buttercup. They had the standard flight, super strength, super speed, and laser eye combo, there own rogues gallery of comicbook-esque super villains, and fought a lot of Kaiju type monsters. The show also inspired an anime spin-off entitled Damashita Powerpuff Girls Z, in which a trio of unrelated teenage girls become magical girls when hit by white light emitted from an explosion involving Chemical Z. The powerpuff Gils Z actually look human, and while Kaoru/Buttercup remains kind of close to her American counterpart(though she's even more of a tomboy, to the point that her first transformation is the first time she's worn a skirt in years) while Momoko/Blossom lacks her counterpart's intelligence and Miyako/Bubbles is quite a bit smarter than her American counterpart. Anyways, to the original prompt: The latest monster to attack townsville invades the sewers and spreads tentacles through all the pipes and up through every toilet in the city. By the time the girls find out, most of the townsfolk are already desperate for a toilet, and while the girls can easily cut the tentacles, they just keep growing back. To make matters worse, the tentacles like to wrap themselves around people and force them to drink large amounts of adiuretic rich liquid, and all three of the girls fall victim to this attack at least once. With everyone in town on the verge of wetting and the girls themselves staying dry thanks only to super bladders, they venture into the sewers to find and attack the monster's core. The moster is defeated, everyone takes a much needed pee, but just as the girls are about to fly home, they have to deal with a tidal wave from every toilet in Townsville being flushed at the same time. Then, monster dealt with, tidal wave avoided, and at the door of their own bathroom, the trio are so busy fighting over who goes first they all wet themselves and thanks to super human bladder capacities and holding muscles, their ultimate puddles are truly massive.prompt, here's an omo idea that kind of fits the cartoon's original premise: The latest visitor to Townsville from Monster Isle is a te
  8. @Lisk: What's that gibberish made of high value unicode characters supposed to mean? Literally, all my screen reader can tell me is they're chacters in the FFxx block. Anyways, I'm a cat person. Things I like about cats: Their fur/hair is usually softer than dogs. They aren't constantly barking at things. They don't need regular bathing to maintain semblance of being clean. They don't need supervision when you let them out to do their business. Their licks aren't slobbery and their breath isn't constantly foul. They're generally more cuddly than dogs. They are natural born ninja. Even mean cats will typically leave you alone if you leave them alone. Mean dogs on the other hand, will attack without warning and keep biting until you get away. Sure, cats have the sharper teeth and nails, but I've experienced more aggression from tame dogs than I have from feral cats. Cats appreciate the pleasures of spending a quiet evening in.
  9. All else equal, I think the world would be better off if guns didn't exist. That said, they exist, and getting rid of them isn't feasible, so the question is how to best minimize their negatives. I believe that the best deterrent to accidents caused by negligence is to maximize the number of people who are trained in the proper handling of guns, to the point I believe marksmanship and gun safety should be a standard offering for physical education in K-12 schools(I also favor offering such things as fencing, hand-to-hand martial arts, and archery among other things). As for random acts of violence committed with guns, I believe the best deterrant is to minimize the number of people who serve as easy targets, though including things like conflict resolution, anger management(and self-awareness and self-management in general) could go a long way towards preventing arguments breaking into fights or assaults motivated by anger regardless of weapon used). And since I'm an an American, I interpret the arms of the Second Amendment as covering any weapon suitable to self-defense and a well-regulated militia as a statement of duty for the government to ensure the people are properly trained in the use of the arms they've chosen, taking militia in the sense of every citizen willing to take up arms in defense of self and community, hence my support of making a diverse selection of weapon training courses standard PE offerings. After all, an incompetent, if well-meaning gunman can be as dangerous to himself and those he's trying to defend as the competent gunman with ill intentions he's trying to defend against. As for the trade of guns, I'm all for background checks, cracking down on trades outside of licensed gun stores, gun store employees having enough psychology training to detect signs of quiet fury and to calm tempers and believe that restrictions that let hot heads cool off enough to not go through with a heat of the moment plan to shoot someone are good, but efforts should be made to avoid restrictions that push people to the black market.
  10. I also think bare or socked feet are quite attractive, and really, foot odor is a symptom of shoe wearing, not anything inherent to human feet themselves. On a related note, them being habitual barefooters is part of why Toph is my favorite girl from Avatar(though being a blind, badass loli helps) and Maylene is my favorite sinnoh Gym Leader(though, wearing tight, thin clothing and being a pinkette(probably my favorite unnatural hair color along side blunettes and purple-haired girls helps). Now that I think of it, I might have a thing for martial artists(Pudding is my favorite girl from Tokyo Mew Mew, my favorite girl from Dragonball is a toss-up between Young Chichi, Videl, and Pan, several of the Kunoichi from Naruto are cute, and one of my favorite girls from Bleach is Yachiru, Lieutenant of the combat division). Granted, most of these girls would be cute on their own, but the thought that they're each about 2/3 my height and a quarter my weight at the largest and I wouldn't stand a chance against them in a fair fight makes them seem all the hotter.
  11. Here's the next part. "Something to drink sounds nice." Replies Hazuki, "let me up, and I'll call Baaya to bring us something." As Onpu lets the brunette up, she comments, "Lemonade is really good for getting the juices flowing, if you catch my drift." Picking up the reciever of the phone on her nightstand, Hazuki presses the button that gives her a direct line to the elderly housekeeper's quarters, Hazuki waits for an answer before asking, "Baaya, could you please bring Onpu-chan and me some snacks and some lemonade?" After a brief pause, she says "Thank you." and hangs up. A few minutes later, there is a knock at the bedrrom door, which turns out to be Baaya with a platter of cookies and a large pitcher of lemonade and two glasses along with a couple of fresh, sliced lemons. After thanking and dismissing the servant, Hazuki carries the platter to her desk and the two girls munch on cookies in near silence for several minutes, each washing them down with two glasses of Lemonade. Once she's had her fill, Hazuki asks, "What do you want to do while we wait for the lemonade to reach our bladders?" After a few moments thought, Onpu answers, "How about we play a holding game? We'll take turns giving each other challenges, and if we can't do it, we have to drink another glass of lemonade. First to pee loses." Blushing, Hazuki replies, "I don't know..." "Come on," urges Onpu, "I'll even let you make the first challenge and drink an extra glass off the bat since I've been holding for fun longer than you have." and Onpu pours herself a third glass of lemonade and drains it as Hazuki thinks of her first challenge to Onpu. Okay, to avoid the game stretching for weeks of me posting snippets and waiting for reader responses, which sounds like a recipe for arc fatigue and me losing motivation to update this interactive story, I'd like readers to throw out suggestions for challenges the girls give each other. I place no hard limit on how many challenges each reader submits, though the larger the pool of ideas, the greater the chances I'll pick and choose or combine suggestions. Readers are welcome to second suggestions others have made, but I'd like each response to include at least three challenges not already suggested. I place no hard limits on acceptable challenges, but reserve the right to disregard suggestions I don't think I can write well or have Onpu or Hazuki refuse a challenge outright if it makes it into the story. Feel free to suggest who challenges who, but I reserve the right to reverse the position. Since both girls have magic, challenges requiring props aren't limited to what could be found in the bedroom of a shy, studious daughter of well-off parents.
  12. Another thought that comes to mind: Person needs to pee. Bathroom door is locked. Note from significant other is pinned to door. Note contains first clue to a relay-style scavenger hunt. Last clue reveals hiding spot of the key to the bathroom door. A full bladder isn't conducive to solving the clues quickly. To prevent the desperate person from stumbling upon the key to the bathroom early, the key is itself secured with several clues leading to items needed to access the key, and some of these items may require items from other clues to access. In short, imagine a fetch quest/trade sequence from a video game, but the player needs to pee and the ultimate prize is the key to the bathroom.
  13. In all fairness, female hormonal contraceptives typically work by using synthesized hormones that prevent ovulation by making the ovaries think the woman is already pregnant. Is it really that much of a stretch that a different cocktail of synthetic hormones could trick the mamaries into thinking a woman recently gave birth and has a baby to feed? If anything, the hard part probably isn't inducing lactation in such a manner, but insuring there are no unacceptable side-effects and that anything from the lactation pill that passes into the milk is safe for newborn consumption. Also, while on the subject of hormone therapies, I've read that the hormone treatment phase of male-to-female transition can cause lactation, and that after the whole ~100 million sperm per ejaculation compared to 1 or a few eggs per menstrual cycle problem, one of the biggest challenges holding back a male birth control pill is prevention of feminization(I once read about a prototype sub-dermal implant for male contraception, that while predicted to reduce sperm counts by better than 90% was also predicted to require regular testosterone injections to counteract side effects). I haven't had more than two semesters of college freshman Chemistry, but based on my understanding of pharmacology, usually the question isn't "can we produce a drug that will alter body chemistry to give a desired effect?", but "how can we produce the desired effect without screwing everything else up in the process?", and even many mainstream pharmaceuticals are only the product of answering the easier question.