Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

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18 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

  1. I seem to recall the “Girls press their body against you to determinate how much flesh you have” one is reposted – but there were some great ones this time.

      1. I hear that.

        So funny today.

        As for the car alarm noise post – that’s what personal alarms and rape whistles are for. Everyone should just be blowing rape whistles when someone they dislike comes with a 10 metre radius of them.

  2. Dogs are proof that we can breed behavior and that behavior is tied to genes.

    So, you know, racism kind of has a point.

    Hey, here’s a fun fact: slave owners used to breed the largest and most aggressive slaves for selective breeding. They would send them off to rape the women and it’s were the term “willy-nilly” comes from. Just don’t ever point that out if you work as a sports caster.

    1. Actually I kinda think you’re wrong about the origins of the phrase comes from since afaik it dates back to c. 1000 CE where it shows up in “Lives of Saints.” There’s also the Latin version “nolens, volens” that shares the same meaning though there’s debate amongst scholars whether or not “willy-nilly” came directly from that in the same slow, roundabout way that linguistics tends to move or if the two are unrelated. Given the first recorded instance of a recognizable version of the phrase showing up in that particular volume I’d say it’s probably related, but idk y’all, I just work here. It also shows up in Shakespeare which predates the beginning of slavery in the US, something that implies it or something similar was probably in colloquial use already since that’s who good ol’ Willy Shakes was writing for.

      With your comment on breeding and the like it’s technically eugenics that has a point, not racism. While eugenics includes racism, it also includes things like the idea of breeding out disabilities and other traits and the like no matter the amount of pigment in someone’s skin. It’s got this big long history of forced sterilization and all that so certain parts of populations couldn’t pass on their genes.

      1. Also why would people who are trying to be dominant purposely breed aggressive traits into people they want to the very people they want to control? i realize that anonymous was just trolling but that’s half baked even by troll standards.

        1. They didn’t breed for aggressive behavior. Anonymous is wrong. They bred traits like strength and hardiness. Or in the case of women, birthing ability. It was the same principle as animal husbandry. They actually tried to breed out aggressiveness and intelligence. Because a strong smart mean slave was a danger.

          Slavery didn’t give two birds about the color of the skin, particularly as white masters / foremen often impregnated their own slaves. It wasn’t until Hitler’s Aryan plan that traits were bred for specific eye, hair, and skin color. His goal was to breed the “perfect German” – which was ironic as he was neither blonde with blue eyes or German.

          The whole idea of government breeding programs is terrifying at best.

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