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      Absolutely DISPERAGED to find the therapy seems to be doing an alright job. Very unhappy with the service, he is telling everyone he "definitely doesn’t recommend how amazingly effective it is, especially since there’s not a kickback for referrals. He HATES it, everyone!

      He does not, in any way, still have a micro dork that gives him constant issues. No way, guys. No way.

      He just bought a Cybertruck, in fact. It’s amazing. It’s so great. His penis is fine, everyone. It’s not inverted at all when he thinks people are judging his ability to perform. It’s absolutely throbbing, everyone! It’s all great. Go buy a Cybertruck!

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    There is nothing wrong with, and everything right about, small penises. The more we mock men’s behavior and bodies, the more we ourselves create awful 4×4 behavior.

    All penises are good. Sometimes the people attached are awful.


    Alternatively, imagine saying this about another body part on another gender.

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        Girls with small titties don’t overcompensate by buying land rovers

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          Does anyone with any particular body characteristic overcompensate by purchasing a land rover or it it just meant to mock them by associating them with something they, and the person making the association, perceive as negative?

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            I think the idea is that if you feel the need to have a powerful status symbol like a Range Rover or a Porsche then the only explanation is that you just desire the status symbol of “Big Man”. The old joke is then that they feel the need to be a big man because they feel ashamed about something else like having a small willy.

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              So you’re saying that it’s shameful to have a small penis and it’s OK to look down on people based on their penis size?

              That’s the assertion your theory is dependent on.

              I know it’s rare to think about things we say often but really try and think about it, it’s a dumb thing to say and continuing it simply because it’s commonly said would be really dumb - not everyone with a small penis is a rage filled monster but forcing these cruel assertions that someone with a small penis is likely to be the sort of loser that drives a Porsche does make it more likely someone with a small penis will fixate on it and suffer social anxiety because of it.

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                I know fully well that’s the case, that’s why I described it as “the theory” and “the old joke” rather than saying it’s what I think or that I think it’s correct.

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      the more we ourselves create awful 4×4 behavior.

      Trying to get my head round your logic here, while ignoring your holier-than-thou boringness

      You’re saying we persuade people to buy big cars if me mock their penises, or they’re more prone to buy one due to their tiny penis?

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        He’s saying that a society obsessed by penis size will cause people with small penises to suffer bullying, social stigma and etc which is likely to result in them feeling they have something to prove and acting hyper toxic masculine

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      Alternatively, imagine saying this about another body part on another gender.

      She must have a small vagina?

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        More like “mini cruisers are for women without tits” or “Siennas are for fat women,” or something, but you were thinking in the right direction!

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        Generally vagina size is mostly incels getting it wrong, but since there is lots of body dismorphia with breast size as well as people who they may be trying to attract having sometimes openly stated preferences in it, I’d say chest or ass size which can be similar is more likely.

        Not that cars would be the compensation. Oh, how the face looks too, as I’ve definitely seen people accuse women of dressing “slutty” because they’re a “butterface.”

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      Cis men should have their gender dysphoria treated instead of trying to distract themselves with vanity projects like oversized vehicles. Just because you like their body the way it is doesn’t mean you can dictate what they should want. Nothing wrong with a small penis, but that doesn’t mean everyone has to want that.

      Alternatively, imagine saying this about another body part on another gender.

      Trans women eggs should probably realize they’re eggs and transition (if that’s feasible where they are and if not, go to somewhere where it is feasible) rather than having dysphoria beards, working out stereotypically masculine muscles groups, and acting hypermasculine to cover-up for their insecurities.

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        Is it usually at this point in the conversation when people excuse themselves and go talk to the cat instead of you? 😂

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    I’m always uncomfortable cuz ppl on the internet made me think this is body shaming

    Not b/c we care about the driver but other guys who are rockin’ le petite weiners

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      This is the way I look at it. I don’t care if someone is homosexual because honestly no one’s sexuality is my business. However, I mercilessly mock the conservatives who keep getting caught fucking same sex partners because of the hypocrisy.

      There’s nothing shameful about a small dick. Use what you’ve got, we’ve all got talents. There is something shameful about feeling so insecure about some aspect of yourself that you’ll get a big ass vehicle that you’ll never get full use out of because you refuse to address your insecurities. The small dick comments are just where we “meet them where they live”.

      Hell, I’ve got a truck because I haul shit a couple of times a week. It’s not my main mode of transportation but I do drive it. If I got one of these because someone saw my truck unloaded I’d laugh my ass off. But there are definitely people who feel the need to prove some shit and would clutch all their pearls over a piece of paper from a stranger.

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        A truck’s okay because it’s actually utility vehicle. Just as long as it’s not one of those big stupid American style ones.

        But a lot of modern 4x4s can’t actually operate off road very well. If Jeremy Clarkson mocks them for having one (and he’s said as much) then you know it’s bad.

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          It is a big ol’ American truck, honestly, but it’s not one of the coal rolling jacked up things. But I needed the size and towing capacity when I got it and still need the size today. Got it for a steal back when I didn’t really have much money and, if I’m being honest, cared less than I do now. If I had it to do over again I’d get a big van instead.

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        But you’ve invented that they brought their car because of a small penis it’s unlikely to actually be true.

        Would you joke that a random black guy driving a Lamborghini is insecure about the color of his skin and post a little flier using race to mock him? Of course not.

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        Hell, I’ve got a truck because I haul shit a couple of times a week.

        Try to cover for it all you want, we all know the truck would reject you as a driver if your penis could be seen with the naked eye. That’s how it works, I don’t make the rules.

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        This is why I prefer to call it small dick energy. You can have a small dick, and have big dick energy. You can have a big dick, and still need to overcompensate, thus small dick energy.

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        When it’s used to shame someone it’s still not okay. Like me calling you a removed or retard regardless of sexuality or disability.

        Even still, such a waste of time and energy all around.

        Edit: removed the slurs, because slurs

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    I am non-binary and have a bit of ED because of hormone replacement therapy, so I decided to be proactive last month and I bought a 2016 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk with about 35k miles.

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      For maximum effect make sure it’s pristine clean without a molecule of dirt. You should be the only person to ever be transported in it, never take any passengers, and you must park across at least two parking spaces, four if you can manage it.

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        Solid advice. Will do.

        Srsly tho, bought it because I’m leaving DFW and moving up north and thought the 4WD might be better for the winter. I do plan on taking it out on some trails at some point to see what it can do, and I’ll be installing a trailer hitch as well to help some comrades move piles of bricks. They’re…uh…building a house.

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          Tbh unless you’re moving into the deep mountains, in my experience a Subaru is a significantly better choice for winter than a jeep.

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            Subaru’s full time system definitely is more predictable and confident feeling in most situations for sure. You’d have to go pretty high up in the jeep hierarchy to get more practical capability than your regular base model Subaru.

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      Honestly the best part of bottom surgery was being able to switch from an suv to a subcompact. I save so much money on gas now

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    I need to print up a bunch of cards saying, “If you fuck like you park you’ll never get it in,” for all the absurd parking jobs I see.

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      At least in America there’s a chance they go off-roading.

      I do wonder what happens on twisty country roads when two chodes driving IFVs need to pass each other.

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        Speaking from personal experience one hugs a ditch and the other eases by til theyre past

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          That seems incredibly annoying. Do you think they at least take a moment to appreciate mutually beneficial cooperation in problem solving?

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            It is annoying but not much else to be done for it when your local municipality lets the roads remain in such a state of disrepair.

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              People buying unnecessarily large vehicles and then getting stuck: “this is the government’s fault somehow”

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                Some, yeah. The buyers are not blameless though. It takes just a small amount of spatial awareness to understand your environment enough not to set yourself up for problems

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              The road isn’t in disrepair, its just too small for your large tank of a vehicle.

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      That’s Range Rovers, at least Land Rovers actually are off-road vehicles, even if they don’t use them like that, but Range Rovers get bogged down in a grassy field.

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          They made by the same company but they are not the same car. They like to suggest that it’s just the luxury version, but it’s a totally different vehicle. They don’t even have the same ride height.

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            They made by the same company but they are not the same car.

            There is no “Land Rover” model. The brand is Land Rover, made by the company Jaguar Land Rover Limited. They make different models of car, one of which is called “Range Rover” and none of which are called “Land Rover”.

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      I saw a Range Rover being driven by a man once.

      No sorry, that was on Sesame Street and it was an Arranged Grover