r/AskMen 29d ago hehehehe Silver Facepalm Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy All-Seeing Upvote

typical mod garbage BONK! Overly sexual questions are no longer allowed.


Sup horndogs!

It came to our attention that the collective mind has drifted too far into the gutter. And no not that kind of "came", for fucks sake. We've received many complaints from the community that the questions in this subreddit have gotten increasingly horny, and honestly I agree. See? And you fuckers say we don't listen. It's not that we don't, it's that we don't give a fuck, except when shit gets really bad.

There are only so many times a person can read about why buttsex is so popular or what the best position is or what was the freakiest sex, before succumbing to unclean thoughts themselves, which is not what Jesus would want from us.

That's why automoderator has been purposefully sexually repressed in order to harbour a healthy hatred towards all things horny. Honestly, you're on fucking reddit, it's full of porn as it is. If you want to read people make sexy shit up, go to /r/AskRedditAfterDark, that's where all the other teenagers are. Or a billion of other bad erotica subs.

A side effect of sending you all to horny jail is that some pretty "general" words were added to the filter so if your question gets removed for something that is not horny, send us a modmail. Should say so in the removal comment anyway, but who reads those am I right??

There is also a report reason available if some bodily fluids still manage to drip past the filter if you get what I mean. Remember, only you can prevent forest fires horny shitposts.

Anyway, that is all, remember to read the Bible (or regional equivalent) and keep your gonads in your pants. Clean is mean or some shit.


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r/AskMen 37m ago

How do you cope with always being the initiator?


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As ive grown as a person, i have learned to not let my ego get in the way of friendship and started reaching out more often. Now as an adult, new friendships are hard to come by and with the few friends that I have, I am always the one initiating and asking them if they want to hang out. They usually are ready to hang out or whatever but it gets exhausting. Idk what's up with that. Whether people never think of me on their own, or they do but don't care enough to hang out or just expect me to be the one to reach out?

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r/AskMen 1d ago Helpful Silver Narwhal Salute Wholesome Ally

Where did you bump into your ex and how was that?


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Not paying attention, picking out a frozen pizza, with a cart full of junk food because I shopped hungry and I was wearing my dirty work clothes and she tapped me on the shoulder.

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r/AskMen 1d ago Silver Helpful

How can I comfort my grieving friend (34M) who just lost his daughter (5F)?


My best friend's (34M) 5-year-old daughter just passed away after a long and difficult battle with cancer.  Watching him and his family go through this has been pretty devastating, as you can imagine. We all knew that this was a possible (maybe even likely) outcome, but it still hit like a ton of bricks.  I'm independently very upset about the daughter (who I have spent a good amount of time with) passing, but feel even worse for my friend and his family who have to live with the aftermath.

I'm flying out later today (he asked me to come out) to spend some time and offer my support, and I was hoping that someone who has been through something similar could provide some advice on how best to be there for him and his family through this awful time.  I keep trying to find the "right words" to say to help out, but I'm frankly at a loss.  This is just so terrible and unthinkable, and I know nothing I say will make it better.

We have been friends since middle school (over 20 years), and he's like a brother to me.  We've both helped each other through difficult times before, but obviously nothing on this level.  I typically pride myself on having good advice, or at least kind words to make someone feel better, but this is is literally the worst thing I can imagine, and I feel pretty helpless.

As of now, I'm planning on just being there and available for whatever he needs, whether he needs to open up, or wants a distraction, not really forcing any difficult conversations.  I know there are no magic words to make this pain go away, but I'd love some perspective or insight if anyone here has it.  

For context, he is married and has one other child, a 7-year-old son, and a lot of his extended family (who I am also close with) will be around too.