Sorry babe. That's a deal-breaker

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  • Tankiscool
    Tankiscool Posts: 11,105 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    Same here lol.
  • Tankiscool
    Tankiscool Posts: 11,105 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    Meh..sloots gonna sloot no matter what.
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    I don’t think of it one way or another. Its not attractive but it doesn’t repulse me either
  • your_future_ex_wife
    your_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,278 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.
  • LiftingSpirits
    LiftingSpirits Posts: 2,207 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.

    That's what I think. If you are hunting for meat why do I need to see you with it? It's treated like a trophy instead of a meal which is just all sorts of strange to me. Then it feels more like "Look at what I murdered" instead of that you are doing it for sustenance. Just an odd concept. Maybe not a complete dealbreaker but also not impressive or a turn on in my opinion.
  • Reckoner67
    Reckoner67 Posts: 3,344 Member
    This is the kinda conversation where my sense of humor wants to go one way and my sense of self-preservation throws the brakes
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.

    That's what I think. If you are hunting for meat why do I need to see you with it? It's treated like a trophy instead of a meal which is just all sorts of strange to me. Then it feels more like "Look at what I murdered" instead of that you are doing it for sustenance. Just an odd concept. Maybe not a complete dealbreaker but also not impressive or a turn on in my opinion.

    That's why they do it?? Oh my god I’m done taking selfies with rotisserie chickens at the grocery store
  • LiftingSpirits
    LiftingSpirits Posts: 2,207 Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.

    That's what I think. If you are hunting for meat why do I need to see you with it? It's treated like a trophy instead of a meal which is just all sorts of strange to me. Then it feels more like "Look at what I murdered" instead of that you are doing it for sustenance. Just an odd concept. Maybe not a complete dealbreaker but also not impressive or a turn on in my opinion.

    That's why they do it?? Oh my god I’m done taking selfies with rotisserie chickens at the grocery store

    Thank you! The last time @Caporegiem sent me a pic of him and a rotisserie chicken I thought he was going to get himself escorted out of the grocery!
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.

    That's what I think. If you are hunting for meat why do I need to see you with it? It's treated like a trophy instead of a meal which is just all sorts of strange to me. Then it feels more like "Look at what I murdered" instead of that you are doing it for sustenance. Just an odd concept. Maybe not a complete dealbreaker but also not impressive or a turn on in my opinion.

    That's why they do it?? Oh my god I’m done taking selfies with rotisserie chickens at the grocery store

    Thank you! The last time @Caporegiem sent me a pic of him and a rotisserie chicken I thought he was going to get himself escorted out of the grocery!

    That sounds like a very *ahem* juicy story

    Yes that just happened, I apologize
  • your_future_ex_wife
    your_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,278 Member
    edited April 2019
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    i don’t mind it. not a turn on, but i appreciate hunters and the meat they bring me. It is weird to photograph it, i suppose.

    That's what I think. If you are hunting for meat why do I need to see you with it? It's treated like a trophy instead of a meal which is just all sorts of strange to me. Then it feels more like "Look at what I murdered" instead of that you are doing it for sustenance. Just an odd concept. Maybe not a complete dealbreaker but also not impressive or a turn on in my opinion.

    I think because it’s for meat and for sport.
  • Reckoner67
    Reckoner67 Posts: 3,344 Member
    My only regret when I went hunting last is that I didn’t take that “trophy shot” to impress the ladies
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    My only regret when I went hunting last is that I didn’t take that “trophy shot” to impress the ladies

    You dork 😂
  • LiftingSpirits
    LiftingSpirits Posts: 2,207 Member
    Guys who take pics of themselves with the animals they've killed

    I know a bunch

    They should stop. I doubt very many women find that attractive, but I could be wrong

    It's a trophy thing to hunters I guess. You know how humans are we need proof on things we conquered

    Humans should be able to conquer animals though, right? I mean they have thumbs and guns and stuff 😂
  • Reckoner67
    Reckoner67 Posts: 3,344 Member
    denny_mac wrote: »
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    My only regret when I went hunting last is that I didn’t take that “trophy shot” to impress the ladies

    You were hunting two-legged deer, weren't you?

    Right legs only!
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    denny_mac wrote: »
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    My only regret when I went hunting last is that I didn’t take that “trophy shot” to impress the ladies

    You were hunting two-legged deer, weren't you?

    Right legs only!

    “Leave that one, the legs are all wrong”
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    denny_mac wrote: »
    caco_ethes wrote: »
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    denny_mac wrote: »
    Reckoner67 wrote: »
    My only regret when I went hunting last is that I didn’t take that “trophy shot” to impress the ladies

    You were hunting two-legged deer, weren't you?

    Right legs only!

    “Leave that one, the legs are all wrong”

    Clearly you've never been hunting when you're starving.

    Correct
  • caco_ethes
    caco_ethes Posts: 11,962 Member
    edited April 2019
    denny_mac wrote: »
    Quoting me using strikethrough font.

    %strikethrough font
  • Mean_Spice
    Mean_Spice Posts: 279 Member
    Used to hunt a lot when I was growing up. It was to help putting food on the table for our family of 14. We never took pictures of our kills (most likely because we could not afford a camera, we was really poor).

    Still have one brother and one brother in-law that hunts.

    I stopped hunting after Vietnam, Ranger School, and Sniper School. Just seemed so unfair, may as well just go out and shoot penned in animals.

    I could afford food at the stores since my early teenage years.
  • your_future_ex_wife
    your_future_ex_wife Posts: 4,278 Member
    Mean_Spice wrote: »
    Used to hunt a lot when I was growing up. It was to help putting food on the table for our family of 14. We never took pictures of our kills (most likely because we could not afford a camera, we was really poor).

    Still have one brother and one brother in-law that hunts.

    I stopped hunting after Vietnam, Ranger School, and Sniper School. Just seemed so unfair, may as well just go out and shoot penned in animals.

    I could afford food at the stores since my early teenage years.

    not trying to be a jerk - i understand why you would delegate the task-

    but buying meat from a grocery store doesn’t mean there wasn’t killing, it just means you didn’t have to do it.

    again, i respect why you wouldn’t want to hunt. i certainly don’t either. but i do eat meat and i appreciate that this food was once alive. and that someone did my work for me. kwim?