90 thoughts on “What the fuck were people in the 10s thinking?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Leftists realized how cringe they were and cut that shit out. That’s why you don’t see purple or pink haired b***hes in toronto anymore. You even notice it on dating sites. A few years ago everyone was liberal. Now I see apolitical, centrists and conservatives more than liberals and that’s in the city.

    • Anonymous says:

      […]
      >females
      I’m pretty sure that’s a man on the right

      […]
      God this is so cringe

      you will never have real sex, you will never heck a biological woman

      you will keep having wet dreams with your mommy

      you will keep looking to kids on the street

  2. Anonymous says:

    are u kidding? Two on the left are absolute qt’s with great fits. It’s urban but relatively modest while still appealing to their figure, exactly how it should be.

    I wish zoomer women were like that. Instead they either do this cringey y2k baggy pop star larp or edgy pseudo-goth rave whore style (ofc with the expectation of not being sexualized while looking like a prostitute).

    • Anonymous says:

      A lot of them are fat too

      there was a point around 2017 or so where a bunch of them balooned up. fat acceptance came into full swing around then so it makes sense

  3. Anonymous says:

    I miss the rolled up blazer + graphic tee look of the 10s. That was fun and felt like men were finally breaking out of the same old styles we’d basically been recycling since 1940.

  4. Anonymous says:

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    Literally me and my gf of 7 years, feels great. Having a loving partner has really pulled me out of the worst times, find a nice girl and stay committed anons

  5. Anonymous says:

    These girls look cute? I guess zoomers are only attracted to sexually ambiguous women wearing baggy pants that hide their shape and XXL defones shirts

  6. Anonymous says:

    what are those pants the middle woman is wearing? my ex was way thiccer but wore the same kind and i always thought they looked so ~good

  7. Anonymous says:

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    >no time to take care of myself I’m exhausted with the babby
    red flag. what type of woman values her independence over her own child?
    absolutely hecking despicable
    the west has fallen
    imagine the desire for a woman in the infant years of a child having the desire/need/urge to randomly dump her baby
    literal dysgenic self killing behavior
    are people really blind to think this is normal behavior?
    cringe ngl

      • Anonymous says:

        blab on about how monogamous relationships are just social constructs and how we are all just energy and how we should all just cuddle more and men are allowed to cry

        • Anonymous says:

          kek never actually believe them with the last part. i went almost a decade with my first girlfriend without showing any sign of weakness. she worshipped the ground i walked on, her friends asked her if i could get her to shut up about how obsessed she is with me years into dating. engaged at the time.
          i had a hard week where my business partner robbed me at gunpoint for a very large sum of money and fled the state, and one of my best friends was murdered in a super hecked up way. unrelated to each other. i only shed like 1 tear. she bought a plane ticket to Kauai and left without saying the next day. that was a fun christmas.

    • Anonymous says:

      We were another generation ‘rebelling’ against our parents or at least our boring, mediocre, decaying, unsatisfying middle class upbringing, thinking that we had figured life out far more thanany previous generation. Growing up in a far more unchallenged West, where the problems to face seemed at least 20 years away, the media consumption seemed to be less fueled by escapism a shitty life but desire to be part of the interesting internet life. Of course we were shaped by propaganda and the back then less refined but more ‘authentic’ nternet cultures. You had to be there to get it, op. Now the results are mediocre at best and the misery will unfold more and more.
      It took me some time to cope with not being the important young generation anymore, not gonna lie. I envy you zoomers for the clarity that my generation lacked but it seems to me that there is no big difference between a millenial and a zoomer. Why should it be, the consumed media is mostly the same.

      The zoomer smartphone neckstare is so demoralising 🙁

      • Anonymous says:

        >we had figured life out far more thanany previous generation.
        That’s every generation ever
        >t. Xennial
        I subscribe everything else though

        • Anonymous says:

          > too many words on LULZ indicates someone is a loser
          True, but being on LULZ at all indicates someone is a loser.
          I’m only here when my real life is boring or shitty, why else would I be here.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Never saw those women except online and in very niche places, even in a large city. You seriously think that represents the fashion of the 10’s? The real cringy shit that was everywhere was the tight fitting blue suit with brown shoe combo.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Chick in the middle is smoking. I followed her for a while until she posted some whack shit about how folks isn’t gender neutral and inclusive enough. This was back in like 2017 or something and frankly couldn’t even STAND it. Can’t believe how bad it’s gotten since honestly

  10. Anonymous says:

    >What the heck were people in the 10s thinking?
    That they were somehow different from every other generation. Now that they’ve realized that they aren’t, they’ve all sort of normalized. You still see holdover shit from that time period, like the shitty tattoos and the weird hats.

  11. Anonymous says:

    if i was born a woman i would dress like the girl on the left and heck chads only while keeping some beta orbiters for free stuff

  12. Anonymous says:

    ‘imagine if in over 10 years somebody posted this on one of the deadest LULZ boards, wouldnt that be so ‘F.A.? roflmao chairmanmao’

  13. Anonymous says:

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    while I agree with the premise this is very cringe inducing. Just imagining this dude making his own "custom wojacks" so he can talk about healthy relationships is so hecking weird.

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