Is that Geoff from roosterteeth? Either way I could imagine Millie saying something like that
@FullxTilt, mhm!it is
@FullxTilt, she did say that at one point
“I want to suck Idris Elba’s dick”
@GorgeousGeorge , 'said in front of daughter'
@Ash Williams , yea, him and Griffin are currently in the process of a divorce.
@add eggs then stir, you could notice it in early videos
@add eggs then stir, what?! That sucks... well better then them staying together and dispising it.
@add eggs then stir, they're still good friends though and are being there for their daughter so it's not as bad. Still sucks though
@Killing instincts , yeah, there’s an episode of Relationship Goals (Geoff and Griffon’s former podcast) where there’s clearly a lot of tension between the two of them. It seems like they tried their best to make it work, but it looks like they’re doing what’s right for them, and trying their best to continue raising Millie in a loving, nurturing environment.
Man, I must have the world record for most dislikes by now. Now I know what it's like to be famous.
@Awesome Naked Taco, Pffft, nah. I once made a comment that looked like I was advocating gun control on a political meme - now that got some people upset! 😋
@Awesome Naked Taco, wait you think 37 is the most dislikes? Not even close 😅
@TR8R, I mean collectively. I might have gotten like 20 likes total in the five years I've had this app. And that was comment "I really like this show" on a picture from a show I didn't know. 13 likes total. Biggest achievement in my life. If you look at my other comments on thos thread I've gotten dislikes from people that didn't even read my comment, who just disliked every comment O made in under 1 minute.
That's not adorable, that's disgusting. Poor kid
EDIT: I see a lot of hipocracy in the comments from people calling me narrow-minded and a bigot, for judging someone without knowing what they're like in person. Please don't.
EDIT: I apologize to everyone not Danish, as I realize there are cultural differences. Here is my final statement on this matter:
In Denmark we have less jobs for uneducated and there is no such thing as becoming an overnight millionaire. We have to guns and here, ghettoes are a huge problem rather than a culture. We have free education and healthcare and therefor we might have higher standards to (for?) ourselves and others. I don't think I would have the same views on tattoos if I lived in USA. Therefor, I think I'll have to agree with you and I now understand why someone would think I'm a bigot. Thank you for the conversation and to everyone else. My eyes have been opened
@Awesome Naked Taco, why is that disgusting?
@Awesome Naked Taco, different inks for different minks
@spelcheck , Tattoos are disgusting. That kid is gonna grow up at want to look as dumb as his parents. That's not adorable, that's like at kid asking when he'll start smoking when he exhales. Tattoos are mostly seen in the lower class.
@Awesome Naked Taco, Hmmmmm. I’m wondering if you’re trolling, are actually this close-minded and ignorant, or you’re just having a bad day and want to pick an anonymous fight. Maybe all three? What’s your deal?
@Kamitha, Thank you for the consideration, but it is a fact that the elite very rarely have tattoos and the same goes with happy people. Usually people get tattoos when they're depressed e.g. "RIP MOM" tattoos. Not saying tattooed people are bad people, just that I find tattoos disgusting and that it is a clear sign that you are not highly educated. Again, thanks for giving me a bail card but I stand by my opinion.
@Awesome Naked Taco, Yeah, how dare those two individuals possess the sheer audacity to have tattoos on their bodies as if they somehow owned them and are adults capable of making their own decisions which in no way impact anyone else around them! I’m with you all the way, buddy. I mean soon we’re gonna start seeing people shove gemstones in their belly buttons and earlobes and metal spikes and circles in their noses. Don’t even get me started on hair dye! What will the children think?!
@Awesome Naked Taco, Ah. Ok. I don’t think I could disagree with you more, however, I respect your opinion. May I suggest that in the future you’re less aggressive with the way you express yourself and also, don’t shut yourself off from maybe forming a different opinion? Being set in your thoughts and ways leaves no room for growth. Anyhoo, hope you have a nice night :)
@Awesome Naked Taco, how are you gonna say what most people get tattoos of? i used to work in a shop and it varies greatly bud.
@Awesome Naked Taco, Not saying they're bad just more likely to be an idiot. How could you have made that comment any more backhanded
@Whale4Sale, Do you understand the concept of likelyhood vs the concept of definition? Tattoos don't define you as an idiot, but statistically you're probably not the smartest in your class if you have a tattoo. The same thing goes for piercings. Both things says something about your social rank and what is expected of you. Hence why employers put tattooed people in the bottom when hiring. You can't deny, it says something about your social status.
@Awesome Naked Taco, same goes for people that still use banks. Lol likely not smart.
@Cellembreo, Where the hell are you gonna have your money then?
@Awesome Naked Taco, IRAs, Roth IRAs, brokerage accounts, 401k (retirement fund), bonds, general investments, list goes on. Banks are not the only place to store money.
@Awesome Naked Taco, You are aware that there are plenty of highly successful people with tattoos? The reason many people don't get tattoos, though they may want them, is because of the stigma set in place by self important and judgemental people such as yourself.
P.S. many employers in today's day and age are fine with tattoos as long as they are not located on the face/neck region as those are usually gang related. Gangbangers making a big deal about their tats are most of the reason short sighted people make a fuss about body ink. You're too close minded and bigoted to see the real artistry behind some of these pieces of work.
@Awesome Naked Taco, I think your view is a little outdated. There was a time when tattoos said “I do manual labour for a living or live on benefits”, but they’ve pretty much become mainstream acceptable now. I know teachers, accountants and a partner in a VC firm who all have ink on them.
That’s not universal - anything above the collar is still taboo in many social circles - but having them on your arm or something is completely fine in most places. (Apparently not Japan though, because of Yakuza stuff).
@Awesome Naked Taco, I dunno, lots of famous athletes have tattoos.
@Awesome Naked Taco, I'm assuming that you're the type of person that acts as if they're an elitist and shuns everyone else even though you're no better than them...
@Nellybert , I see what you mean, but like smoking, obesity and drug abuse, I see it as a choice. A choice to shoot ink under your skin to paint a permanent picture. A choice most tattooed people take when they're young, ignorant and influenced by group pressure, alcohol or plain stupidity. Success isn't meassured in monetary gain or social status, so athletes and celebrities don't necessarily count as successes. To me success is knowledge and understanding, being good at many things and using as much time as possible on learning and studying, e.g. academics. Being rich or having a "good" job isn't necessarily success. Here in Denmark, 90% of people with tattoos havee lower income, low social status or low self-esteem. I doubt it's any different in the US or any other place. Getting a tattoo, for me, means you've reached the bottom of self-esteem, thinking that a painting on your body will fix or better your looks or your image of yourself. It is an undenyable fact that most academic-
@Awesome Naked Taco, i know college professors with PH.d.s that have more tattoos than the average person, so your theory is flawed. Tattoos are an expression of yourself, not some deep underlying stupidity and depression.
@Awesome Naked Taco, -s don't have a tattoo and that the lower you go in education and social status, the bigger the percentage of people with tattoos gets. This is not ignorance, this is fact. Like peircings, if find tattoos very disgusting and repelling. As is it with make-up too. They are all signs of low selfesteem and a clear indicator like that instantly disqualifies your from being a potential associate, because why the hell would I want to make a new friend in someone I can see has self-esteem problems. And yes, of course I would support and care for anyone I know in hard times, tattoed, made-up, peirced or not, I just wouldn't conciously make new relations to someone new with tats.
@IbeTHATguy, And I know criminals who are nice so we shouldn't have prisons...
@Awesome Naked Taco, I agree with you that it is a choice, I just disagree with you that it is the exclusive preserve of ‘lower classes’ (could also disagree on your definition of success. Arguably, anyone who has achieved their goals is a success - some might even say that pure academia is a ‘failure’ as you haven’t necessarily achieved anything. Not calling you a failure, just pointing out that it’s all subjective).
People get tattoos for different reasons - I have no tattoos, so I can’t comment on that aspect though - but in most societies people don’t automatically get judged as being ‘scum’ for having them.
To steal a joke from somewhere “neck tattoos used to say ‘you came to the wrong part of town motherf**cker’. Now they say ‘let me read you a poem I wrote about my vegan lifestyle’ “
@Awesome Naked Taco, I have no proven statics on the prevalence of tattoos on academics, but given that it’s a field dominated by older people and that acceptance of tattoos is more common amongst younger people, it’s probably the case.
And it’s entirely probable that tattoos are more popular amongst lower income brackets, my point was just that they’re increasingly popular amongst people who ‘do better’ in life and so their presence is no longer a reliable indicator on people (if it ever was).
I find your assertion that you would shun someone simply because they choose to wear makeup slightly creepy (for wont of a better word) though.
@Nellybert , You don't have to be stupid yo get a tattoo. At all. Same thing goes for my biology teacher who smokes weed. I respect him for many things but I can't respect smoking weed or doing any other kind of drug. Success is different for everyone. Some choose to never change a thing, live with no oppinion and be happy with what they have, even though they could easily go out and expand their knowledge. They have settled with "ok" and to them, that is a success. I'm not sure if I can respect that, but I can understand it.
I never set out to define tattoos as pure stupidity, but in my book, getting a tattoo is a mistake, I can live with it. Doesn't bother me. Getting multiple, visible tattoos is a whole different story. Even worse if you combine it with a machine cut, street clothing or piercings, make-up etc. We all know the type and it is somewhat obvious that I'm not talking about those 1/10 people who are really smart and seemingly randomly have a tattoo.
@Nellybert , I would like to end the discussion apologizing to everyone for my aggressive and lazy first few comments.
Then I would like to thank you, Nellybert, for your discussion ethics and for arguing in a very respectful and well thought out manner. I wouldn't expect it if you had a tattoo ;)
It was a nice discussion, but it is causing way too many people to waste negative energy, so lets end it here
@Awesome Naked Taco, I’m not suggesting that you be forced to respect people for getting tattoos or their particular life choices - just saying that they are no longer the preserve of any particular socioeconomic grouping.
I have none, but that’s because I’ve never found anything I felt important enough to permanently mark on my skin, not because I think they’re bad in and of themselves.
@Awesome Naked Taco, wow.... you are literally too stupid to insult.
@Awesome Naked Taco, I was thinking the same thing - it’s been an interesting discussion, but now we’ve both explained our viewpoints there’s nothing much left to say without turning to being rude.
Enjoy the rest of your day and all I ask is that you be open minded - an enquiringly mind that’s open to new ideas & alternative points of view is always an asset to the world, and will serve you well in life.
@TheDoctorsTARDIS, wow... thanks
@Nellybert , I hear you and will take your advice to me (I that something you say in english too or am I just translating Danish phrases now?)
@Awesome Naked Taco, I'm on the Dean's list, was valedictorian of my senior class, and graduated high school with only 3 college credits away from my associates degree. I have a tattoo and that hasn't changed anything about who I am. It's literally some ink on your skin. You shouldn't generalize or assume people are just low class and "not the smartest" because they have a tattoo. Tons of celebrities have tattoos. That didn't change who they were and they still came out probably more successful than you'll ever be, especially with that type of narrow minded attitude. If you're that picky about people, you are going to have a hard time making it in the real world. Just something to think about.
@Awesome Naked Taco, That is Geoff Ramsey and he has a net worth of $3 million. He has been a voice actor since 2003 and a video game streamer since 2008. He is definitely not a low class citizen.
@DOCTORx1963, He sure is no academic either. I see where you're coming from, but (from the outside) he has no reason to be smart, especially if his only real occupation is Voice actor.
@Depressed Cashier, I actually agree, that I shouldn't have made the generalisation. To me, that doesn't change the reality of who has tattoos. It might be a generalisation but you too generalise people on their looks. "He wears old clothes and smells like piss. He must be a homeless, unsuccessful hobo." Generalisations aren't harmful, not giving people a chance to prove they're different than how they look is harmful. But that doesn't take away your responsibility to look according to who you are. You can't blame an employer for not wanting to look at your resume if you have tons of tattoos or express yourself by wearing worn-out clothes and walking like someone without manners. Just like you would assume someone with a suit and tie would be successful. I actually think it is fair that I assume someone who has tattoos aren't the smartest people, because statistically that would be the case. There are exceptions like you that doesn't matter in the way you present yourself to the world.
@Depressed Cashier, I do believe treating tattooed people differently is wrong, but I am not gonna not have a first impression of someone just because they might be different. As for being picky and narrow-minded, I might have presented myself that way on purpose to start a discussion but I do actually consider myself very open-minded.
@Awesome Naked Taco, then please put context first when you're trying to make a judgement off of a first impression. Yes I understand that we all make judgements but optimism and empathy can make you second guess your judgmental thoughts
@Awesome Naked Taco, I think there's a larger cultural gap between Denmark and America than we thought. It's rare to find anyone over the age of 20 without tattoos and or piercings in America, and damn near impossible to meet someone between 25-45 without either.
@Awesome Naked Taco, I just saw your apology above and wanna apologize for reciprocating the aggression. I understand your point of view, and I think a lot of people with tattoos are trying to break the stereotype/statistic that we're low income or not the smartest. I think that's why employers have become more open to accepting applicants with tattoos. They still see potential in these people despite the negative viewpoint society has. I think placement of the tattoo is kind of a variable in the statistic. If you have the word hate tattooed across your forehead then yeah that's just ridiculous. But if you're like me, i have a tattoo on my forearm. That can easily be covered by a sleeve. I'm still the same person with a tattoo but because you can't see it I'm automatically above other people? I just don't really understand the rationality of it.
@Depressed Cashier, I feel like we can find a middleground in this. No need to apologize. Like Leslie Knope said there might be a bigger difference between Denmark and America than we thought. In Denmark we have less jobs for uneducated and there is no such thing as becoming an overnight millionaire. We have to guns and here, ghettoes are a huge problem rather than a culture. We have free education and healthcare and therefor we might have higher standards to (for?) ourselves and others. I don't think I would have the same views on tattoos if I lived in USA. Therefor, I think I'll have to agree with you and I now understand why someone would think I'm a bigot. Thank you for the conversation and to everyone else. My eyes have been opened.
@Awesome Naked Taco, dude just stop talking.
@Awesome Naked Taco, people with tattoos should not be allowed to have jobs, receive any kind of welfare, or be allowed to have children because they obviously have no idea how make proper life choices.
@Awesome Naked Taco, the only thing that's disgusting here is your lack of perception and your blaring ignorance
@Abusive Breasts, Man, you get a pass because you didn't read the thread.
@GunLovingMerican, Man, if you'd listened maybe you wouldn't say that. Always great when someone who doesn't even care to listen to the conversation decides they get to decide when is enough.
@Awesome Naked Taco, what? I’m agreeing with you. People with tattoos need to be put down like sick dogs.
@Bobaganusche88, That's not what I said, nor does it reflect my opinion on the matter.
@Depressed Cashier, you first.
@Awesome Naked Taco, hey brotha, just stopping in, if you make your way out to the world in the Tampa FL area and i can grab you a tea, beer, coffee, water... whatever have you. I think we could enjoy a lovely day in a heavily tattooed area. Might change some thoughts. #cheers
Why did someone just respond with "blank"?