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No. 44548[Reply]

New relationshit general since the other has reached post limit.

Any ideas on how to get partner to try rougher sex (choking, etc)? He's so afraid of hurting me or leaving marks but I'm into that shit. I guess it doesn't help he personally knew my ex who did sexually abuse me.
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No. 70306

ITT: Dump him.

No. 70307

>>70301

why are you in a relationship anon? are you scared of being alone or lonely or uncomfortable being single? you need to really ask yourself some deep questions because clearly you're unhappy rn and what's holding you back from breaking up with someone who doesn't put as much effort into the relationship as youre putting?

i wish you the best girl, you have some soul-searching to do

No. 70309

>>70306
To be honest, it's hard to hold back on criticizing some of these posts. This thread is full of things that anons shouldn't need to be told are unacceptable.

I wouldn't normally say such things to a person who asked me for advice, but your post broke the dam of my pent up frustration.

No. 70311

>>70309
I've given advice here before but to be honest, I don't feel like wasting my time anymore. A lot of people here have no self respect and know they are subjecting themselves to degrading situations and abusive relationships but somehow they want someone to tell them that or want headpats. I'm not being paid for this.

I know it's hard to learn how to respect yourself but for once just wonder if it wouldn't be easier to just dump him. Simple as that, instead of sweating over a failed relationship.

No. 70313

>>70311
I see where you're coming from 100%, the tone is a little bit harsh but the truth hurts and sometimes you gotta serve it to people straight up. I'm just hoping to add some balance by considering that the most dangerous time in an abusive relationship is often when the abused partner makes an effort to leave. A lot of people are also struggling with the anxiety of what they're going to do when they break the relationship if they're dependant on a negligent or abusive partner for housing, or if other shared assets or shared social connections are involved. Degrading situations can be very isolating and totally flip your sense of what's reasonable. I'm not trying to make an appeal to you to continue giving advice here, and I'm not saying that the conditions I described are objectively true. A lot of the people here do need to leave their shitty boyfriends and love themselves instead. I just wanted to add some texture to this thought.



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No. 49996[Reply]

This is probably an odd talk, but can we talk about pregnancies, babies and all that kinda shit? I'm sure some of you farmers have kids here, while some of you are feeling the pressure to have kids and whatnot.
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No. 69836

>>69835
im the same way.
ive had two kids already but leading up to them being born even with proper prenatal care and stuff i was still super fucking paranoid.
but im a depressed piece of shit. im still scared theyre going to end up like i am now. maybe they didnt end up retarded, but there is a chance theyll want to kill themselves on the reg

No. 69852

>>69836
How you dealin' with that depression and kids? I'm pregnant and depressed as fuck. I feel like I'm going to be a failure.

No. 69855

>>69852
long blogpostin sorry.

my first pregnancy was a fucking mess. no meds and after my c-section, i wanted to breatfeed so i fought through the post-partum depression to the point that i was ready to kill my baby because in some psychotic way, i felt like everything would magically be rainbows. but got on meds and therapy and worked through it.
so when i got pregnant the second time, i made sure to stay on a couple meds that were decently safe during pregnancy and made a plan with my psychiatrist as far as how dosage and stuff would change after birth. so overall working through pregnancy while addressing the depression and having a plan for afterwards helped

but as far as raising them, i cant sit here and tell you that just because i have some pills it was 10/10 no biggie. but i find that as they grow older, mistakes do happen. people have told me that from the start and i would brush it off, kind of like how people are like lol goodbye sleep. ok yea i get it. but really. there will be times where youll reflect on something you said or something you should have done and it wont feel good.

it sounds selfish, and i know that it is depression and shit just sucking energy and passion out of me, but there are days that i have to remind myself to make sure i spend some quality time with my kids. not just feed them, make sure homework is done, but nice non-routine stuff. even simple things like letting them pick dinner and if its dessert for dinner, sure. pick the movie, play a shit ton of board games, paint dads toenails while he naps.
when they were babies and toddlers, it really can be as simple as just sitting and singing with them.. sing with them while doing laundry or dishes. if i couldnt concentrate on getting shit cleaned up it was a cute reminder to have my kid tug on my shirt and sing a certain song and wed go through and pick up clothes or toys. ngl sort of irked the shit out of me some days cus all id want to do was wallow in how unfair depression is and how tired i was but i have these little people who look up to me for a kind word or touch. always remember, children love affection. hugs, holding hands crossing the road, a comforting backrub at nap time or during a cold, they all matter no matter how small it may seem to us. i give my kids random high fives and tell them how cool i think they are just because meanwhile insidePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

No. 69857

>>69855
Thanks for the post. I'll try my best, but I want to breastfeed too, so I guess I'm fucked for anti-depressants? ugh

No. 70267

>>69857

Old post but my consultant psychiatrist told me yesterday Certraline is considered safe for breastfeeding. Not ideal still obviously, but it’s an option.



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No. 57570[Reply]

>> Be in mid twenties

>> Have cycled through like 30 styles


>> can't decide what my "style" is


>> do i want to be a punk rocker? a boho chick? a minimal kfashion weeb? a comfy health goth? a swamp witch?


does anyone else have trouble distinguishing their own personal style? i know there's no "right" style, i don't want to hear "wear what u like!!11" I want to be able to settle on one particular uh, aesthetic. I change mine every month or so and i'm like yeah, this is totally it!! then a month later it's something else. it's wasteful of clothing, annoying, etc. do you have any tips on identifying your authentic style, or how you found what worked best?

also, what is your style??

did it take you long to fall into it, and what made it clear to you?
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No. 70086

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Has anyone gone through a full-on kawaii/lolita/gyaru/fairy kei/larme phase and gotten their fill of it? I want to be like this for a while, and get it all out of my system.

No. 70098

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This was me for quite some time. I honestly dressed the way others wanted me to dress, and since most of my life I had nerdy no fashion sense friends I was exactly the same. If I wanted to be seen as "cute" or "cool" I ended up copying the more popular kids, which meant a failed emo attempt and a barely successful basic hollister teen look. My daily uniform turned into a girl cut skate shirt, jeans, and vans tennis shoes with a shitty poofy ponytail. If I wanted to look girly I copied the mid 2000s sort of hollywood casual glam thing which of course I was super uncomfortable with and looked like garbage (how the fuck was I getting complimented by friends, were they blind?). In my mid twenties I really found myself thanks to lolita and goth fashion because I started looking for the things I actually liked! I'm slowly building my closet around my true calling, matchy matchy coordinates. I've gotten way more compliments from complete strangers dressing like this, but good god if I won't be suffocated under a mountain of berets one day….

No. 70103

>>70086
In my late teens i always wore kawaii/liz lisa stuff i bought from taobao.At the time i didn't even notice how much i stuck out and i still cringe thinking about it kekk.

Regardless tho it was a fun phase and satisfied my weebiness but now i have all these ott clothes ill never wear again.

No. 70136

>>70103
why not just sell them? there are a lot of people who still wear TaoBao kawaii/LL stuff.

No. 70265

I know what sort of aesthetic I’d like, but I’m heavily tattooed and have quite an angular/strong-featured face so I just feel stupid whenever I try and wear it. Any other anons feel like this? Did you just get TF over it or did you abandon the aesthetic altogether?



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No. 55375[Reply]

There isn't a j-fashion thread anymore so here's one. Talk about tips, makeup, hair tutorials, coords, jfash in general etc.

Pic related has cute makeup (though it's personally too much for me, I don't wear lenses). I usually prefer the very girly look for clothes (ruffly skirts, blouses, long socks, "kawaii" high heels, blouses, cardigans, lots of pink and white, etc) but it's almost always too over the top for me to wear in real life :(
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No. 70214

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Lately I've considered switching up my style pretty drastically. I've become very self conscious about my age and my height with himekaji style. I'm also kind of tall (5'9) and a lot of pieces are one size one pieces. Ordering online is always a gamble.
Sorry for the necro! Didn't want to make a new thread obviously

Though I've always been drawn to most gyaru styles, and I want to try rokku but am kind of scared I'll be mistaken for emo/scene. I'm currently dieting which I think will help. It's also more forgiving with height since its tops and bottoms mostly instead of dresses.

Does anyone have any tips for starting this out? Like where I can maybe buy some brand piece. Or even a guide would be helpful if it exists. I feel like it would be fun without standing out as much with frilly styles. Plus, I could buy from American shops also which will be way easier to find pieces than himekaji.

No. 70263

I miss circa 2011 Liz Lisa tbh. Dakota Rose introduced me to the brand and I fell in love. I used to browse their store and taobao knock offs and want everything but now,heh.
Also Ank Rouge,Amavel,… It all changed now. It's kind of sad

No. 70268

>>70214
This style in your pic is really cute. I can see it looking good on someone your height!

Hope your transition goes smoothly, and I'll bet you'll look like a model honestly.>>70263

>>I miss circa 2011 Liz Lisa tbh.

>>Also Ank Rouge,Amavel,… It all changed now. It's kind of sad

Same. I like how cute and "earthy" Liz Lisa was back then.

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No. 70284

>>70214
This sort of style looks awesome on tall girls. Short girls run the risk of looking like angry teenage emos, lmao. Go for it!



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No. 69322[Reply]

Just a thread to freely brag about anything just because why not. No consequences here, this thread is purely just for fun. Can be anything like possessions, body, things that happened to you, or just something you're proud about and want to boast.

I guess I'll start. Today I studied last minute for an exam but managed to ace it!
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No. 70242

>>70204
>my skin has cleared up the most it's ever been (hyperpigmentation)
Mind if I ask how? Currently struggling with some stubborn spots myself.

No. 70249

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i feel really proud about a book i'm finally close to finishing since i worked really hard on it. i spent six years working on it as much as life allowed me, and i spent exactly half my life keeping my creative writing obssession a secret from my family and friends because whenver i told anyone i would get no support, and my fam trashes me for throwing my academic and social life away on something as retarded as wanting to become a legit published author.

i feel like i could finally start living for myself and answering to nobody if the books sells - and maybe it sells well, who knows, right?? give me financial independence or give me death

anyway it's a YA thriller and i'm writing it in english because my country is shit and i have no future here. i'm really meticulous about finding the right agent for it and i plan on querying the top NYC agents first because maybe i get lucky and land my dream agent.

i feel ashamed to talk about all of this irl because it comes off as unrealistic and conceited of me but i am just so proud of the last ten years of sleepless nights working away on complex stories and characters and so fucking what if i dream of hitting the NY Times bestseller list or being on talk shows? it keeps me sane, and it keeps me patient.

even if it took me another ten years to actually get published, i don't care

goddamn i love writing

pic related - insane stages of writing process

No. 70256

>>70249
I'm rooting for you anon!!

No. 70258

>>70249
I was gonna ask you to tell us where to buy it once it's published but I realized you probably wouldn't want to be associted with an anon imageboard about lolcows once it is lmao

No. 70283

>>70249
good luck angel, your story is so inspiring!



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No. 45776[Reply]

The old thread hit bump limit a while ago and I miss it.
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No. 70129

>>70121

Yeah I've one by my ear and another just along my jaw line. Like a hard, movable lump under the skin? They've been there at least ten years. The one by my ear is only slightly visible so I'm not too worried about them, would love to find some way to pop them though

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No. 70250

Come here to ask for advice for my bf. He's 19 and has hormonal acne, not that much but still bothers him a lot. He has sensitive combination skin, any recommendations for a routine? I do not know about skincare for skin with hormonal acne… thanks in advance

No. 70253

>>70250
Tell him to see a dermatologist if it’s hormonal they can prescribe something. In the mean time try to find a gentle cleanser one that’s maybe non-foaming and not to drying. Also I find most guys I know hate moisturizing because they think it’s counter productive and feels greasy but sometimes your skin acts out and reves up oil production when it’s dry which can lead to more break outs so moisturizing is important.
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No. 70299

>>70253
thank you!



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No. 65010[Reply]

Does anyone else go crazy over 'em?

For me there's just something so fucking hot about it, especially if it looks very round and perky.

I think the key is where the lower back meats the bottom; if it sticks outward there it just looks super cute to me.
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No. 69541

>>68831

can anyone just get an ass like that simply by doing exercises?

I feel like all the big ones I see started out big to begin with.

No. 69564

>>69541
Depends, I use to cycle and it helped a looott with my ass, like i went from anatomy book body to model ass, I didnt squat though I just cycled,I feel like it would get even more thick if I squated, but yeah, it depends on the person, some people can squat and bike for years and only have a little bit of muscle built, it all depends on who


Sage for blogging

No. 69621

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bump

No. 69851

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No. 70237

big booty boys need to be fucked.



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No. 70148[Reply]

Is anyone a gold digger? Not a sugar baby. The type of gold diggers I talk about are basically scammers because they never give up sex.
How did you get started and what was the biggest gift/request you received?
I've started reading the book Ho Tactics and it's pretty good.
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No. 70168

Before I settled down in a serious relationship, I would sometimes just go on dates with guys for free meals/gifts, then just say I'm busy and drop off the radar. It sounds shitty but I could tell off the bat these guys only want one thing out of me, like a fling. I mean its not like I went on luxuries trips to Paris like sugar babies do, but it got me through college to nice restaurants and some video games I still play to this day that were gifted to me.

No. 70170

>Ho Tactics

the ideas are fine but ultimately, in terms or rinsing or anything else, if you wanna read up, it'd be better to build a foundation from reputable books on general social skills first. ho tactics, power of the pussy, these types of books are incredibly basic and you don't get much beyond "don't have sex too early, be sexy and confident" padded out with bullshit to fill 200 pages for that sweet amazon self-publishing money. what good is this shit if you lack the social skills/charm to actually captivate anyone enough to milk?

recommending fox cabane's charisma myth, should be a pdf online. sage for incurable autism

No. 70174

>>70170
I think that Ho Tactics is more than don't have sex too early. I skimmed The Power of the Pussy and I found that book basic. Thanks for the recommendation.

No. 70178

Tbh this seems like a bait thread

No. 70199

You have to find guys who are kinda desperate (but not too obvious) and that they seem to want a relationship, maybe this sounds redundant but the best tactic is just to make men feel like they are special and give them the hope that, not only you are going to have sex with them, but also some kind of emotional support. The idea is to make they THINK that they are having the best and unrepeatable opportunity. to make them think that you are disadvantaged because men like to have control of the situation and -if the guy is lonely- it's going to be easy to make them fall in that delusion.

One of the guys I milkied the most was some sort of lonely middle-aged guy who had a nice job and lived 4 hours from me, also was the first guy who I actually got profit from. I attracted him because I was into some gamer stuff at the moment. At first I didn't realized the potential and i even didn't lure him but he was so damaged by his last relationship that he was desperate by some affection by her "ideal waifu". At one point he was transferring me $100 dollars monthly just because. He also sent me a expensive figma from a anime I was watching at the moment.

For a brief period of time I enjoyed to date tinder guys to do what >>70168 did. I had a soft spot for guys who had that "i'm better than everybody else" facade and i liked to fuck them emotionally but I think is because I'm lowkey misandric.



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No. 61644[Reply]

When I shave my pubic area it get's all bumpy and irritated. The color down there seems to have gotten darker too? I've honestly given up on shaving and will be doing laser hair removal.

What method do you farmers like the most for shaving the vagina and butthole? Waxing, cream, shaving or laser?
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No. 69556

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Just wanted to share a tip, I have sensitive skin and coarse body hair so after shaving I always get razor burn and ingrowns, but I'be been using this recently and It's been working really well and it's not crazy expensive.

No. 69609

anyone know how to shave ur pubes into a heart shape?

No. 69628

>>69609
Have you tried using an old-fashioned blade like some barbers use? It gives you a lot more control over the shape. Just make sure it's trimmed.

No. 70171

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>>69609
I recommend a Santoku blade folded over multiple times for a nice effect.

No. 70179

>>70171
My sides.

Thankfully my boyfriend doesn't mind pubic hair (I don't mind his as well) so I don't remove it very often. I ocassionally trim it when becomes too much. If I want to remove all of it I go to get it waxed. I've tried shaving (the whole routine - exfoliating and all that jazz) but honestly it feels like having tiny pieces of glass in your panties for the next few days and the hair grows so fast it's just not worth it. I strongly recommend waxing - yea, it's a bit painful but it's managable. Someone else does it for you, it's over in 15 minutes and your coochie is so soft next 2 weeks. Also your hair grows back so much thinner.



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No. 69995[Reply]

A thread for plushies and cuddly toys because I couldn't see one!

I have a question to start- how to make a teddy bear last forever?

my loved one gave me the most adorabe bear as a special gift earlier this year and I want him to last as long as I live as corny as that is- as long as taking care while moving houses and fixing up any fur matting and other things that happen over time are cuddlies made nowadays to last longer?
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No. 70015

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I have one of those Plank (from Ed, Edd, n Eddy) plushies and I have strongly regretted not bringing him with me this past semester, he's like perfectly sized for maximum cuddle. I love having a cuddly when I'm trying to sleep; if I don't have one/stay in a hotel, I pretty much use a pillow.

No. 70045

>>70013

I'm gonna do that! Does it make a difference? I keep him in my bed!

No. 70064

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got one of these guys!! im super into snakes and lizards so i love it a lot. (actually got it for my bf but i enjoy it way more than he does)

No. 70066

>>70064
Is it long? I have a 6ft long caterpillar that is honestly the best thing ever! I always need either a stuffy or a blanket, just something small to tuck under your arm. Something about it brings back that childhood comfort of having a plush… honestly even when I have an anxiety attack I like to hold a plush to just calm down.

No. 70175

>>69995
Gosh I have too many plushies to count. So,emfrom childjood. A lot are collectors to display. But I can’t sleep without a medium sized plushie. I always sleep fetal position and have something to hold just relaxes me and gives me a cozy secure feeling



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