r/HermanCainAward A concerned redditor reached out to them about me Nov 28 '22 Bravo Grande! 1

WELL, KAREN, THEY'RE CALLED CONDOMS - "DICK MASKS" IF YOU WILL. Meme / Shitpost (Sundays)

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u/MattGdr Nov 28 '22 Starry

Not all viruses are airborne. Some, like you, travel through the internet.

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u/cbm984 Nov 28 '22

Apparently Karen doesn’t understand STD stands for “SEXUALLY transmitted disease”.

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u/C3POdreamer Nov 28 '22

"Although HIV/AIDS is not an airborne disease, in July 1983 Jerry Falwell’s Moral Majority Report used an image of a family in surgical masks." Image and article here.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Nov 28 '22

They was fearin' the gay germs. Just tryin' to keep those boys pure.

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u/Glamour_Girl_ Hydrogen 2: Electric Boogaloo ⚡️ Nov 28 '22

Too late. 🤭🫡

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

STI now, or 'sexually transmitted infection'

24

u/jerseybert Team Unicorn Blood 🦄 Nov 28 '22

I thought STI was for Subarus?

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u/lf310 Nov 28 '22

That's STi

7

u/jerseybert Team Unicorn Blood 🦄 Nov 28 '22

Maybe my eyes are bigger. /s

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u/AndreasVesalius Nov 29 '22

Your eyes are too big for your sexual transmission

10

u/1stMammaltowearpants Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

It's a virus with 22 psi of boost.

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u/facebook_twitterjail Nov 28 '22

Sorry other Karen.

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u/Kirome Nov 28 '22

More of a "achktually" guy.

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

I will wear these titles with pride and hilarity

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

Uhmmm, achktually, it's "achktually" girl

3

u/Kirome Nov 28 '22

Godammit but w.e the meme uses some fat dude is what I ref.

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u/TrailKaren 📝Opinions to Correlate to🤓 Nov 28 '22

As a proud Karen, I approve of this message

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u/gimmeflowersdude 8d ago

“STI” is, technically, more specific than the term “STD,” but I never thought it was necessary to change the term.

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u/so-unco Nov 28 '22

So they tell us

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u/TrailKaren 📝Opinions to Correlate to🤓 Nov 28 '22

Fun fact: they are now called STIs (infections). :)

2

u/YungBlud_McThug Nov 28 '22

But her husband was very insistent that he got mouth herpes from breathing next to some gays.

2

u/Jim_Macdonald Bet you won't share! Nov 29 '22

Note: Rug burns are not an STD.

37

u/SFX200 Nov 28 '22

Good thing I have 3 anti-virus programs running on my Windows XP computer.

7

u/dirkdastardly Nov 28 '22

Put a mask on the monitor just to be sure.

221

u/Sure-Debate-464 Nov 28 '22

I barely graduated high school and I never went to college and these people never cease to amaze me how f****** stupid they are. Read a goddamn book or two. Watch a few science videos on YouTube subscribe to a few fact-based science-based channels on YouTube and you will learn so much. At this point I'm surprised they don't just stop breathing.

114

u/mudduck2 Nov 28 '22

I have long advocated that too many people don’t take time to thank their selected deity that breathing is an autonomic response.

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u/Expensive-Ad-4508 This is why pandemics are so deadly, dude. Nov 28 '22

I don’t know, have you seen everything? It might be better if it wasn’t.

62

u/CatsPolitics 🦆 Nov 28 '22

To this day my mother is convinced that Coca-Cola+aspirin=roofie. She also swears you can get pregnant from a toilet seat and that “good girls don’t get STDs.”.

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u/JeromeBiteman Nov 28 '22

toilet seat

Ask her if that's how you were conceived 😁.

2

u/gimmeflowersdude Nov 28 '22

Who is jacking off on your mother’s toilets?!

5

u/CatsPolitics 🦆 Nov 29 '22

We no longer speak after she didn’t believe I had COVID in March 2020 so IDGAF about her toilets.

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u/Chasman1965 Nov 28 '22

Well, to some degree the last one is true, unless they have a unfaithful spouse. The rest of course is total bullshit.

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u/MathematicianFew5882 Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

Plenty of good girls don’t get VD. Seems like she meant that none of them ever get it. But it also depends on what they good at, and who (if any) they’re doing it with.

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u/Shamadruu Nov 28 '22

Not all sexually transmitted diseases are transmitted solely through sex either. Many can also be transmitted through any kind of close contact or contamination through body fluids.

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u/hockeymass Nov 28 '22

Being a “good” person is not correlated even a little bit with extramarital sex.

39

u/DoomRyGuy Nov 28 '22

Unfortunately they won't. These people have become accustomed to only getting their information in short, quick, easy to digest formats. AKA, Facebook and Twitter.

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u/themadpants Nov 28 '22

You forget the last one for the trifecta, Tik Tok.

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u/1stMammaltowearpants Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

It's literally Chinese spyware and everybody's okay with it because dances, I guess?

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u/VoidQueenK423 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

Trinfecta?

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u/screech_owl_kachina Nov 28 '22

And info that doesn’t tell them anything they don’t want to hear

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u/peppermintesse Vax yo self FFS 💉 Nov 28 '22

Read a goddamn book or two.

Bold of you to assume these fuckers can read (at least past a second-grade level).

11

u/JeromeBiteman Nov 28 '22

I couldn't explain it to a second grader. But I could explain it to someone with only a second grade reading level.

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u/Candid-Mine5119 ⛴ Flarey Mc FlareFace 🚢 Nov 28 '22

A library strategy I suggest to exchange students is to take the same Dewey decimal from the adult stacks & look in the children section. Get the kiddy overview in simple English, then tackle the adult book

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u/godwins_law_34 Nov 28 '22

That's brilliant.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

You'd be surprised. I know people with college degrees that spout this shit. They're mostly retired but spend all their time scrolling Facebook and watching Fox News. That becomes too their entire worldview and they can't see anything beyond their own echo chamber.

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u/ArkieRN Nov 28 '22

Two days ago I read a survey and the response showed that over 50% of adults in America had not read a single book in the previous year. That boggles my mind.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

Sad to say, I am one as well.

Busy, no bookstore within 10 miles, local library no bigger than an average house.

In my defense, for decades I was reading 2-3 books every week.

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u/LadyReika Nov 28 '22

I'm fortunate to have a decent library system, but I love my Kindle and Kindle Unlimited sub. Maybe try that if possible? Don't even have to buy a Kindle, the Kindle app for computers and smartphones is free.

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u/Zephyr-5 Nov 28 '22

Audiobooks can be a great substitute as you can listen to them while doing chores, exercising, or driving somewhere.

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u/Sure-Debate-464 Nov 28 '22

This so much. I am an over the road truck driver and have almost 500 audiobooks. I also download audiobooks from my library so I don't have to buy every single one from audible.

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u/bopbop_nature-lover HCW - Verified Nov 28 '22

I am book free as well. I read books fairly extensively in my liberal arts courses but then 15 years of professional training onto practice led me to short form materials with abstracts, materials and methods, results and discussions. Very focussed and not much plot. I think my ADHD allows me 20 pages tops. Long reviews can be a slog. I have 400 PDFs on key and interesting Covid-19 articles -->Nature Medicine, JAMA, NEJM, BMJ...

Photography. And news, I devour world and science news. Short stuff all.

so much depends
upon
a red wheel
barrow
glazed with rain
water
beside the white
chickens

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u/WoodBoogerSpork Nov 28 '22

I have no idea why you posted that WCW poem. I hope it brings you joy in some way. I loath that poem more than any other work in the Universe. For my money, Paula Nancy Millstone Jennings is only the second worst poet in the universe.

Have a nice day.

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u/bopbop_nature-lover HCW - Verified Nov 28 '22

Sorry it triggered you. Have a pleasant day.

2

u/improper84 Nov 28 '22

You’re still reading stuff, though. Just not novels.

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u/WatchWatermelon Nov 28 '22

Archive.org is your friend. They have a free online library.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

Thanks! Love that place.

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u/WatchWatermelon Nov 28 '22

That place was a godsend to me when a combination of middle age, carpal tunnel and tiny hands made reading physical books difficult.

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u/1stMammaltowearpants Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

There are many ways to get e-books nowadays. I get them from my local library and from my $10/month Kindle subscription. The Kindle subscription is great for people who want to read more.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

I'm old school. I like to read the dust cover synopsis and flip through the pages before I buy or borrow a book. Reviews are meaningless to me.

Just like I will buy nothing online without actually examining a physical version of it first.

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u/1stMammaltowearpants Team Moderna Nov 29 '22

Yeah, I prefer dead-tree books myself and I have a good sized collection. But with the e-reader and the unlimited subscription I can try out lots of books. It's not as good as smelling the actual book and feeling the actual paper, but the convenience and the huge catalog are game changers.

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u/Hopeful_Damage2022 Nov 28 '22

They aren’t all stupid, some of them are just liars.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

At this point I'm surprised they don't just stop breathing.

Well many of them are, aren't they?

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u/Successful_Ad8403 Dec 04 '22

Well yes, but they don’t have to be so dramatic about it.

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u/JeromeBiteman Nov 28 '22

*forget to breathe.

3

u/chaunceypie Nov 28 '22

One could only wish

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u/HerringWaffle Happy Death Day!⚰️ Nov 28 '22

They're running solely on brainstem. It's the only explanation.

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u/Makenchi45 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

I blame lead paint and what not. That or maybe some of us are just naturally wired to know to critical think, some need to be taught and others are missing the wires altogether.

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u/Flat_Weird_5398 Nov 28 '22

Unfortunately there are many college-educated people out there who’ve fallen prey to fake news, conspiracies, and misinformation online. If anything, it’s exposed that not everyone goes to college or pursues further education to learn; some just see it as a requirement to fill up their resumé with.

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u/xadiant Nov 28 '22

You want to learn and become smart. On the other hand they are proud to be stupid.

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u/[deleted] Nov 29 '22

This right here!

Some of the smartest people I know don't have college degrees. But they read a lot. They watch documentaries. They're curious about the world. They like finding out how things work.

I have some family members who are very well educated but you'd never know it because spout off the stupidest shit because they listen to Fox News and scroll Facebook all day. At least one of my family members thinks Italian satellites changed votes to help Biden win.

formal education =/= intelligence

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u/MyWifeMakesTheRules Nov 28 '22

It's hard to believe people are this stupid.

41

u/Prestigious-Maize695 Nov 28 '22

Is it though?

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u/deadlysinderellax 💉Beam Me Up Pfizer🧬 Nov 28 '22

It really isn't these days.

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u/signer-ink-beast Team Bivalent Booster Nov 28 '22

I'll be surprised when we finally discover the bottom of the stupidity chasm, if there is one. The surprise, IMO, seems to be just how deep it is to our knowledge so far.

IME, any time I thought we might have finally reached the bottom, I get proven wrong quickly.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

I knew a long, long, LONG time ago, but I was told I just had a bad attitude.

By the same stupid people. LOL.

13

u/SailingSpark Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

I used to feel that way, My optimism for the human race has taken some serious blows since 2008.

5

u/LadyReika Nov 28 '22

I worked in customer service for entirely too long, I could believe it.

3

u/Flat_Weird_5398 Nov 28 '22

2020 onwards really exposed just how stupid an alarmingly large population of the human race really is.

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u/Successful_Ad8403 Dec 04 '22

I genuinely thought the average person knew basic germ theory before COVID - not anything complicated, “the good cells fight the bad cells” I would consider adequate. So I can’t be surprised with stupidity now.

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u/PsychologicalHalf422 Nov 28 '22

So smug in their ignorance.

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u/mmio60 Nov 28 '22

Best kind

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

You could say some of them... smug their own graves.

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u/deadlysinderellax 💉Beam Me Up Pfizer🧬 Nov 28 '22

Holy jesus these people should be an example of why dick masks and/or abortions should be commonplace.

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u/TheRantDog Nov 28 '22

To bad her Dad didn’t wear one. 🤦‍♂️

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u/Deathbeddit 🦆🦃🦢🦜🦆🦅🐓🦩 Nov 28 '22

Not a good source of medical advice, or advice in general.

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u/DonRicardo1958 Nov 28 '22

There are some incredibly stupid people on the Internet.

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

Some?!

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u/PackageintheMaleBox Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

I wish they were just on the internet.

17

u/DramaticEar6379 Nov 28 '22

This has to be satire! The Onion? Please tell me that these anti-vaxers aren't really this stupid.

Just kidding! They are this fucking stupid.

16

u/mmio60 Nov 28 '22

It’s literally called protection. Quite the debater

14

u/meepein Rocky Remdesivir Road Nov 28 '22

I always called em dick clothes, but eh, whatever floats your boat.

5

u/FrozenLichy Nov 28 '22

I sometimes put a little smoking to my dick, it likes roleplaying

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u/onlythehappiests Team Moderna Nov 28 '22

“so they tell us”

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u/tm_121 Nov 28 '22

That what “they” want us to believe!

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u/JeromeBiteman Nov 28 '22

Remember kids, always wear the little raincoat!

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u/-JinxyJones- Nov 28 '22

Too bad her parents didn't use a "dick mask".

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u/Smile_lifeisgood Nov 28 '22

It's ok to not know something.

It's ok to only know a little bit about something.

But good fucking christ, I don't like seeing all the Dunning-Kruegerites having social media platforms to amplify their ignorant takes.

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u/caughtyouin4kbestie ⭐ Prone Star ⭐ Nov 28 '22

I don’t know if this person is American but since I live here… I am at once astounded by the stupidity of their lack of basic knowledge and also completely understanding their lack of basic knowledge.

Why do we think we’re the best, again?

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u/Cultural-Answer-321 Deadpilled 💀 Nov 28 '22

Nukular bombs and freedumbs!

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u/Successful_Ad8403 Dec 04 '22

If someone had a gun to my temple, I would also tell them they’re the greatest…

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u/commodedragon Nov 28 '22

On a par with an anti-vaxxer I saw recently, espousing that being asked to have the covid jab to help protect people around them not just themselves is like being asked to cut off his own balls to protect others from testicular cancer. Ffs.

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u/Fit_Relationship1094 Big Pharma's Shill 💊💉 Nov 28 '22

The response to that would be "more like cutting off your balls if you were a serial rapist to protect others from pregnancy, infection and trauma"

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u/Safe_Indication_6829 Nov 28 '22

To he fair Christians gutted sex ed in the 90's so they were probably lied to and told condoms don't work

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u/Confident_Fortune_32 Nov 28 '22

You have got to be kidding me

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u/Fit_Relationship1094 Big Pharma's Shill 💊💉 Nov 28 '22

What's frightening is how confident they are in their stupidity. Dunning-Kruger mach 10.

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u/SquishyTheFluffkin Nov 28 '22

Karen out here getting rawdogged 24/7.

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u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Nov 28 '22

I wonder if she has more than six children?

"ITS GAWDS WILL!!"

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u/LiftedinMI3 Nov 28 '22

Karen likes it raw!

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u/Daveruapehu Nov 28 '22

Ignorance can be so funny.. until ………

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u/The_Crystal_Thestral Nov 28 '22

I scrolled and did not see this so I guess it’s worth letting people know:

Condoms do NOT protect against the spread of genital herpes and/or warts.

ETA: people should still engage in safer sex practices but I wanted to let people know in case they think a partner experiencing an outbreak won’t be contagious if they’ve got a condom on.

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u/The_Patriot A concerned redditor reached out to them about me Nov 28 '22

If only there were some kind of preventative for HPV...

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u/The_Crystal_Thestral Nov 28 '22

Vaccine or not, HPV is pretty widespread in the population. People should should be aware of these things so they can make the best decisions when faced with a choice to proceed with an act or not. I’ve met far too many people who did not know that they could still contract or spread herpes/warts even with a condom.

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u/fireflyry Nov 28 '22

Jesus. One of the finest displays of being an idiot that I’ve seen recently.

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u/deathboy2098 Nov 28 '22

"so they tell us"

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u/obscurereference234 Nov 28 '22

Lol they think they’re so smart when they come up with this bullshit. You can tell she thinks she just nailed the pro-vax movement to the wall with her incredible wit.

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u/beautyhasmanyforms Nov 28 '22

I am reminded of the work of photographer Soraya Doolbaz. They are not wearing masks, but they are dressed up.

NSFW

https://dicture.com/pages/work

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u/The_Patriot A concerned redditor reached out to them about me Nov 28 '22

photographer Soraya Doolbaz

Professional Penis Photographer?

2

u/Haskap_2010 ✨ A twinkle in a Chinese bat's eye ✨ Nov 28 '22

Well... I have so many questions. Did she use the same model or manage to convince a whole lot of models to pose? Did she just contact every guy who ever sent her a selfie of his equipment and say "Hey, here's a fun idea - let's dress it up a bit!"

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u/MadBeachLui Ivermectin tuna helper 🦄 Nov 29 '22

Stretch the boundaries

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u/zookeeper4312 Nov 28 '22

She can't figure out why she has 11 kids either I'm sure

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u/TheBigBadBrit89 Nov 28 '22

“So they tell us”…. Is she saying she doesn’t believe in those either?

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u/The_Patriot A concerned redditor reached out to them about me Nov 28 '22

coward's caveat

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u/TheLiberalOgre Nov 28 '22

KAREN GOT THE CROTCH ROT

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u/KakarotMaag Nov 28 '22

Condoms don't prevent herpes transmission. Just for everyone's information.

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u/Professional_Low_646 Nov 28 '22

Apart from moving to a mountain cave as soon as you are born and living your life in complete isolation, is there ANY way to prevent Herpes transmission?

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u/KakarotMaag Nov 28 '22

Certainly there are ways to prevent either 1 or 2 genitally (mostly knowing about it and antivirals). Orally, I mean, it's kind of just a fact of life. I believe I read that 80% of people have it by 60 or so? Really disappointing that there aren't vaccines.

Valacyclovir is pretty good and, I'm not a doctor and you should ask your doctor about it but, afaik can have a prophylactic effect.

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u/KP_Wrath Nov 28 '22

Why republicans breed so much faster.

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u/Fatefire Nov 28 '22

Lol dick masks

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u/Massive-Pudding7803 Nov 28 '22

Let's be fair to Karen here, her husband is probably a emotionally repellent human being too and neither of them have the self awareness needed to address their flaws or build a healthy relationship, so she hasn't seen a penis in years.

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u/vsandrei 🐆 🐆🦩🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆🐆 Nov 28 '22

so she hasn't seen a penis in years.

Do not taunt or provoke the hungry viral 🐆 🐆 🐆.

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u/Synconium Nov 29 '22

25 people actually thought she was clever.

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u/Randomcommentor1972 Nov 29 '22

Karen just rawdogs for meth

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u/The_Patriot A concerned redditor reached out to them about me Nov 29 '22

Karen loves the meth.

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u/MadMartin71 Team Pfizer Nov 28 '22

🤦🏻‍♂️

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u/drowninginthecacti Nov 28 '22

“Dick masks” is my new favourite phrase

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u/RadiantTurnipOoLaLa Nov 28 '22

“So they tell us.” Lol… I love how their level of knowledge on a topic dictates the existence of all knowledge in the universe. If they know nothing about something than nothing must be known about it by anyone. Clearly its all fabricated.

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u/gimmeflowersdude Nov 28 '22

Herpes, HIV, and hepatitis A, B, and C are spread by direct or blood contact, not through the air. Her ignorance was obvious.

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u/BrzysWRLD1996 Nov 28 '22

Bruh I'm not even big on the whole covid thing I got it once and was fine got the Vax only to make travel more convenient and never got the boosters once I got my little card but this chick is just stupid lmao

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u/Successful_Ad8403 Dec 04 '22

You know that you can get COVID subsequent times, right?

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u/josenros Nov 28 '22

Surely this is satire...