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  1. #1
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    Mad as hell at the muggles and not gonna take it anymore

    This rantís a long time in the making. First off, for those in this community who are not into feet, this rant is NOT directed toward you, so you need not defend/retort. This is directed against outsiders with a certain opinion (who will never see this, but I still need to vent anyway.)
    Iím totally sick and tired of hearing people say how disgusting and creepy foot fetishists are because of foot odor, athleteís foot, warts, yada. These are the same vanilla-sex people who conveniently ignore the reality that is genital warts, yeast (fungal) infections, herpes outbreaks, and fish smell. The genitals are a fucking petri dish just like any other part of the body without proper hygiene. Stop acting like feet are the only part of the body that gets dirty and start keeping it real.

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    The fact that you used the word "muggles" to describe vanilla people is both funny and yet it somehow works lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by h0pelessr0mance View Post
    The fact that you used the word "muggles" to describe vanilla people is both funny and yet it somehow works lol.
    Yea I know i thought that it was hilarious!

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    What's even more insane with these "muggles", which I always called robots, is that they go on about how creepy and sick foot people are, while they have no problem with ass fetishes and other true disgusting and "creepy" things. It really blows my mind how ass backwards (no pun intended) boring common folks are....and not just with sexual things.

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    Generally speaking, I think humans are disgusting creatures. Always have. The cleanest part of the cleanest human is still a cesspool.

    People think that my daily work with toxic substances, violently reactive oxidizers, potential explosives, bio-accumulative heavy metals, and a whole list of other "dangerous" things is terrifying. It's amazing what you can get used to. So while I think humans are disgusting, most do not and are happy to fill their donut mashers with whatever vermin are covering the skin of their preferred human. I'll deal with manganese heptoxide, solvents, aromatics, and other chemicals any day.
    I give the fight up: let there be an end, a privacy, an obscure nook for me. I want to be forgotten even by God. --Robert Browning

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    Quote Originally Posted by dskodj View Post
    What's even more insane with these "muggles", which I always called robots, is that they go on about how creepy and sick foot people are, while they have no problem with ass fetishes and other true disgusting and "creepy" things. It really blows my mind how ass backwards (no pun intended) boring common folks are....and not just with sexual things.
    Yeah, really. I should take shit from someone who would stick their tongue in an area where shit comes out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Generally speaking, I think humans are disgusting creatures. Always have. The cleanest part of the cleanest human is still a cesspool.

    People think that my daily work with toxic substances, violently reactive oxidizers, potential explosives, bio-accumulative heavy metals, and a whole list of other "dangerous" things is terrifying. It's amazing what you can get used to. So while I think humans are disgusting, most do not and are happy to fill their donut mashers with whatever vermin are covering the skin of their preferred human. I'll deal with manganese heptoxide, solvents, aromatics, and other chemicals any day.
    There must be an evolutionary brain switch that shuts off when we find someone attractive, so that we can temporarily forget/suppress the fact that the object of our affection emits liquids, solids, gases, and viscous slime from several body holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OmahaTickler View Post
    There must be an evolutionary brain switch that shuts off when we find someone attractive, so that we can temporarily forget/suppress the fact that the object of our affection emits liquids, solids, gases, and viscous slime from several body holes.
    I would agree with you. As repulsive as I've often found humans, there have been a couple whom I would not only willingly but enthusiastically make physical contact with. And out of context, to think back on how much and where I touched them, I am astounded that I did. And surprised by my lack of feeling the need to scrub my own skin with a stiff wire brush and EPA-offending volumes of kerosene.

    There are so many variables and combinations of situations that I very rarely speak in absolutes. But I have never been keen on the idea of human contact. That's how I know when I really, really like someone: I don't mind how disgusting I know they truly are, I still want to touch them.
    I give the fight up: let there be an end, a privacy, an obscure nook for me. I want to be forgotten even by God. --Robert Browning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Generally speaking, I think humans are disgusting creatures. Always have. The cleanest part of the cleanest human is still a cesspool.

    People think that my daily work with toxic substances, violently reactive oxidizers, potential explosives, bio-accumulative heavy metals, and a whole list of other "dangerous" things is terrifying. It's amazing what you can get used to. So while I think humans are disgusting, most do not and are happy to fill their donut mashers with whatever vermin are covering the skin of their preferred human. I'll deal with manganese heptoxide, solvents, aromatics, and other chemicals any day.
    100% agree. Everyone has likes and dislikes. I’m not into feet. I don’t like them at all. I might make a face at them, but not at the person who enjoys them. Live and let live

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by dskodj View Post
    What's even more insane with these "muggles", which I always called robots, is that they go on about how creepy and sick foot people are, while they have no problem with ass fetishes and other true disgusting and "creepy" things. It really blows my mind how ass backwards (no pun intended) boring common folks are....and not just with sexual things.
    lol, this is the double standard that always gets me. Liking feet is considered creepy and disgusting, but licking another person's asshole is apparently "normal".

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    The double standard has often made me wonder if this is a Charlie Bucket "I bet the Golden Ticket makes the chocolate taste terrible" situation. The prevalence of foot-related fetishes is just over 14%. Now, we can assume those who respond to such a survey are predisposed to kinks at a higher rate than the average population. However, anecdotal evidence suggests it's not at all uncommon. The prominence of bare feet in all forms of media, female footwear that is designed to display feet, the ridiculous marketing of foot beautifying products and services. People can claim disgust all they want, but statistically there is a high level of foot-focused sales and marketing that is in stark contrast to the self-reported dislike of feet.

    My personal favorite anomaly in that realm is the person who claims to hate feet and spends hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a year making their own much more attractive. I get self care, but no peacock fans out his feathers because he likes how it feels. It's to catch the eye of what he wants to attract. Or a frog's bulging throat sack. Or a baboons huge red ass. A person with a weekly pedicure schedule and regular use of revealing footwear has a very weak case for "feet are gross, I hate them".

    Just my observations and opinions.
    Last edited by Pragmatic; 02-10-2023 at 06:03 PM.
    I give the fight up: let there be an end, a privacy, an obscure nook for me. I want to be forgotten even by God. --Robert Browning

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