Hey /b/, what is love?
Is this what they call love?
Is this love?
I think this might be.
We're getting closer.
1. An intense feeling of deep affection.
"babies fill parents with intense feelings of love"
synonyms: deep affection, fondness, tenderness, warmth, intimacy, attachment, endearment;
2. A person or thing that one loves.
"she was the love of his life"
synonyms: beloved, loved one, love of one's life, dear, dearest, dear one, darling, sweetheart, sweet, angel, honey;
Feel a deep romantic or sexual attachment to (someone).
"do you love me?"
synonyms: care very much for, feel deep affection for, hold very dear, adore, think the world of, be devoted to, dote on, idolize, worship
A chemical reaction
>wishing for some new stuff this time
Come on, there's no way I can have every pic...
My stuff is probably tame compared to the crap you guys post, but here goes.
I have some kitten material, but I don't want this valuable thread having a shitstorm
The fact you feel resent over the topic and wish for strangers to convince you out of it is the best reason to not do so.
whats to understand?
Humans have always enjoyed violent behavior, mostly done by another.
What's the name of the artist who did some guro with Amy from soul calibur and Phoenix from marvel? I forgot
okay i'm done for now :3
How to understand love?
Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.
1 John 4:8
Whenever we ask, “What is love?” it’s usually because a) we’re unsure if a certain special someone really loves us, or b) because a certain special someone just accused us of not really loving them.
When we are truly engaged in giving and receiving love, we don’t ponder such philosophical questions. It’s only when something is lacking that we begin to analyze and contemplate what that thing actually is. For example, nobody sits down to a full meal and asks, “What is a pastrami sandwich?”
It’s only when something is lacking that we begin to analyze and contemplate what that thing actually isSo, if we’re even asking the question, “What is love?” it probably means that we don’t feel completely loved, or that someone doesn’t feel completely loved by us.
I was going to post this beautiful work, sans the god shit
It means no gf.
I don't think this is love
but this might be a way to express a form of love
my question is why are you seeking attention in such a poor way?
sure making a thread for thematic shitposting posing a real question to attract people is fairly low, but an entire set of images SPECIFICALLY named for such an occasion?
Why are you trying to roleplay a sociopath? You know you're doing it. Stop it.
it's hard to say what even qualifies a person to answer the question of what love might be
I'll take "ITT" for $500, OP
>What is masturbating furiously?
Experience (an emotion or sensation).
"I felt a sense of excitement"
synonyms: experience, undergo, go through, bear, endure, suffer
"you will not feel any pain"
A natural instinctive state of mind deriving from one's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others.
"she was attempting to control her emotions"
synonyms: feeling, sentiment;
As for the "god shit," I'm just trying to think outside the box. A third of the world believes that "God is love." That doesn't necessarily make it true, but it's something. And yes, I am quite fond of that pic.
fuck it, here's the higher res one
well that's a fair starting point, in terms of attempting to derive definition from precedent
Haha, touche. Again, I'm not saying it's true. Honestly, it doesn't really make much sense. But I would quote every verse of the bible ITT if I got to post a guro pic for each one.
Also, that's nice. Where'd you get the hi-res version from?
probably /b/, or gurochan before it was kill
actually wait, looking at the filename... probably one of the many boorus
wow shit, thanks buddy
I honestly had no clue, I recall guroch.org or something being up for a while but then that went poof too
Holy fuck youre the best
I don't see the problem here.
I think this serves as a healthy release, an innocent way for the curious to explore the unsung beauties of pain and death
That seems kinda closed minded don't you think? People like all sorts of things, whether its "normal" or not.
admirable, isn't it? almost enviable... real nigga wants a lady on the dancefloor and a freak/quadruple amputee in the bedroom/rape dungeon
Love is a force of nature. However much we may want to, we can not command, demand, or take away love, any more than we can command the moon and the stars and the wind and the rain to come and go according to our whims. We may have some limited ability to change the weather, but we do so at the risk of upsetting an ecological balance we don't fully understand. Similarly, we can stage a seduction or mount a courtship, but the result is more likely to be infatuation, or two illusions dancing together, than love.
You can invite love, but you cannot dictate how, when, and where love expresses itself. You can choose to surrender to love, or not, but in the end love strikes like lightening, unpredictable and irrefutable. Love does not come with conditions, stipulations, addenda, or codes. Like the sun, love radiates independently of our fears and desires.
Love is inherently free. It cannot be bought, sold, or traded. You cannot make someone love you, nor can you prevent it, for any amount of money. Love cannot be imprisoned nor can it be legislated. Love is not a substance, not a commodity, nor even a marketable power source. Love has no territory, no borders, no quantifiable mass or energy output.
One can buy sex partners and even marriage partners. Marriage is a matter for the law, for rules and courts and property rights. In the past, the marriage price, or dowry, and in the present, alimony and the pre-nuptial agreement, make it clear that marriage is all about contracts. But as we all know, marriages, whether arranged or not, may have little enough to do with love.
Sexual stimulation and gratification, whether by way of fingers, mouths, objects, fantasy play, whips and chains, or just plain intercourse, can certainly be bought and sold, not to mention used to sell other things. Whether sex should be for sale is another question entirely, but love itself can not be sold.
Thanks, I'm capping these if you have more to share. Your perspective is really fascinating.
ITT sick fucks waxing eloquent
don't die, I need more coffee
This guy is pretty ""talented". Probably nothing new, but maybe some lurkers will enjoy <3
Really did not think to find something so eloquent in a guro thread
One can buy loyalty, companionship, attention, perhaps even compassion, but love itself cannot be bought. An orgasm can be bought, but love cannot. It comes, or not, by grace of its own will and in its own timing, subject to no hjuman's planning.
Love cannot be turned on as a reward or turned off as a punshiment. Only smoething else pretending to be love can be used as a lure, as a hook, for bait and switch, imitated, insinuated, but the real deal can never be delived if it doesn't spring freely from the heart.
Love allows room for anger, grief, or pain to be expressed and released. But love does not threaten to withold itself if it doesn't get what it wants. Love does not say, directly or indirectly, "If you are a bad boy, Mommy won't love you any more." Love does not say, "Daddy's little girl doesn't do that." Love does not say, "If you want to be loved, you must be nice, or do what I want, or never love anyone else, or promise you'll never leave me."
Love cares what becomes of you because love knows that we are all interconnected. Love is inherently compassionate and empathetic. Love knows that the "other" is also oneself. This is the true nature of love and love itself cannot be manipulated or restrained. Love honors the sovereignty of each soul. Love is its own law.
At least, that's what I think.
this thread brings a tragic onset of regret for having loved, but there is a somber beauty in that too as in all of these dire things
Uh, i guess.
Goddamn I hate how true that is...
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.
I'm done. God damn i didn't ask for this fetish.
Really? Seems like you qualify love as something innate in the vast scope of the universe. Is love really a eternal feature like the moon and the stars?
How are you so sure about that?
Personally, I believe love is simply just another perception we gave ourselves to cope with on the factor that the universe in its entirety has no all encompassing truth, meaning, god, pantheism, etc. Not that Im saying love is bad but lets not kid ourselves. The only meaning we have is the one we put forth ergo "love". Notwithstanding the factor about biology and evolution of course.
Agreed, I seem to get more done when I do it for someone else though.. Strange, I didn't think I cared that much about such things. Not sure if it's love or just responsibility.
you don't know what you're talking about.
no reason to deduce love is eternal.
even moon and stars are not eternal, wtf r u saying.
so ur a nihilist.
u dont believe in love. u dont believe in God. u don't believe in a reason to exist. by definition u don't even believe that this thread has any meaning. So why reply? The very fact that you will reply to this means that u r not who u r trying to be. The fact that you're reading this means that you yearn for what is greater than just nihilism. I win, either way. kthxbye/thread
No, I'm not saying its some "innate force in the vast scope of the universe." And, yes, one could easily quantify love as nothing more than electical impulses in the brain, no different than what is felt when consuming large amounts of chocolate.
Perception to cope with life? Possibly. But what you're describing sounds more like faith than love. I guess my point is that when we're asking the question, "What is love," we're missing the point. Love isn't a feeling, infatuation is. I'm not talking about romance; I believe love is far more than that. Most of us have been brought up in an environment in which conditional love is the standard for normality. And I think that sucks.
Last one I have unfortunately
Shut the fuck up, troll. You're not helping anything.
to invoke nihilism is not necessarily to deny personal value or meaning... unintuitive or contrary though it may seem, I have found a basis of nihilism to be profoundly liberating in the face of crushing ennui
this isn't the same for everyone, of course, but as I see it, the first step to defining your own meaning and purpose is to accept, even embrace, that there is no ultimate or overarching meaning to anything you or any of your species will ever do; nothing is innate, nothing is perpetual, nothing is absolute
>in b4 bait
does it look like she's getting progressively older to anyone else? I don't know why, but it looks like she's say 10 in the first one but by the end she's around 16. I don't know maybe I'm dumb.
You're getting no where with this.
"one could easily... electrical impulses.. blah blah blah"
Love isn't a feeling.
now you don't know what you're talking about.
"conditional love is the standard for normality", are u a retard?
Does the love your mom give you under conditions?! Lol, no wonder you dont know what love is.
Excuse me, sir. What is love?
being a sick fuck isn't so bad, or so I'm told
love is dead
long live love
k, more collected thoughts i like this. Pragmatic approach to perceiving the world you live in. Empirical data. Facts. Truisms. Sure thing, great.
I can tell what you lack, or what you are ultimately denying. The very essence of being human, and it cannot be put more simply. You are void of humanity. Exciting conclusion me! How do I even know?! Cuz i'm so awesome? Yes, but also, it's so very simple that the answer is just right under your nose.
You throw all these facts out there, but you're just circling the definition of love. You cannot define it, because you've never understood it. You base your arguments on truths, but never tie it to the definition.
Though it doesn't make you salt of the Earth. It simply means you've never been loved before.
Its great. Trust me.
Hmm...my fault for not making a better analogy. What I got from his post was he talks about love as something that has a "real" meaning in this meaningless universe. My bad for sounding nihilist but in my opinion I accept the reality is meaningless and the only meaning we give is ourselves. However, I don't accept the idea in which if the world has no meaning to it I should just lay around and kill myself. I believe the only thing we can do is fight the good fight. Its the absurdity in which even if I believe the world is meaningless Im still gonna live life to the fullest. Hopefully that helps. Look up Albert Camus that's where my thoughts believe in.
Please do not get mixed up with the very definition of love and the PURPOSE of love. They're two entirely different things.
You guys all know what love is, but you have to dance around the answer and throw in plethora of English lexicons, tryharding to be tryhards.
You guys ALL know what love is.
for my part, I simply took issue with your use of nihilism in that argument... but to say I am void of humanity, for not explicitly defining love? I haven't even put forth a claim for or against any of the definitions or flowery circles drawn around it in this thread
I would hold that, as I understand it, I have loved and been loved, and come away from it changed, for better and for worse
what is more human?
Here, this should help
Assume for a moment that we are all ignorant fucks who don't know anything. Simpletons. Retarded at best. Pretend that we've never experienced anything even remotely close to love. Since you seem to know exactly what it is, why don't you try to explain it to us? We're "dancing around the answer," but I don't see you doing anything different.
We may be throwing in a "plethora of English lexicons," perhaps because that's all we know how to do. So please, in your infinite wisdom, enlighten us all. I know English is hard and big words can be scary sometimes, but try. For our sake. Share your invaluable insights.
Found one more!
Not quite understanding but at the same time I get your reason. When you talk about "I believe love is far more than that" are you talking about the opposite of condtional love, which unconditional love?
yotsuba mootled your doodle
Hey, that's who you are I respect that.
There is no right or wrong way of living, and having meaning conversations about what love is, makes love a great topic to draw insights from.
I'm not going to argue whether believing the world is meaningless is a path you should or should not take. Albert Camus seems like a literary genius, always be open to new ideas, you of course would know that.
But let me tell you a little bit about love.
Love is that moment you have bonded. A time where you know what have existed for a reason. That moment where your ego exists beyond yourself and extends to another in a way that your well-being is insignificant. The very point in time where you feel you are connect with a person, a thing, or a place, and truly understand you existed for that moment is a glimpse of love. That moment is truest feeling you will ever feel, because YOU felt it. That moment you will realize that you could have become anyone, or anything even. It was entropy, or what we call randomness, that brought you here to experience the brevity of "love", which brings beauty and joy to your existence.
That, my friend, is a little bit of what humanity calls love.
Exactly, I think understanding the idea of the finitude of life is important. We can either accept like nihilist do or struggle against it. Personally Im towards rebelling or struggling against the nothingness we call the universe.
I'm starting to rethink my denial regarding your evaluation of my being void of humanity
maybe love is just a binding set of wires, taut in your flesh, draining and invigorating you while bonding you to a singular purpose or other's will
Yes, I think so. But the phrase "unconditional love" has become rather cliche and rather trivializes what I'm talking about (I think, at least). If I only love someone if they love me back, that's not real love. If I love someone only if they do well at something, that's not real love. Or, I guess it is, but it's not the way love "should" be, in my opinion.
How many people ITT had a father or father figure that made you play a sport, and when you did well you were praised, and when you did poorly you were reprimanded. To me, that's a tragedy. Sure, a father may say, "You need to practice more if you want to get better," but that should be followed by, "Let me help you. We'll practice together." And for those of you blessed enough to actually be talented at sports (personally, I wasn't), it's easy to develop a sense of worth based on your abilities rather than your identity.
In a kingdom, people honor the king. They also honor the princes, the king's sons. But what exactly did the princes do to deserve said honor? Usually nothing. They are great simply because their dad is great. I think a big problem with our society is that a lot of us have been raised as paupers instead of as kings. To believe that love is something that you give to people because of who they are, not because of what they've done.
Okay, I'm getting off topic. In the end, this is just one man's opinion. If you don't agree, that's cool. Just enjoy the guro.
Maybe you're right. Maybe the universe is meaningless and to discuss concepts like "identity," "self-worth," and "love" is a waste of time. Life is finite, and we have to accept that. But at the end of my life, I want to look back and see that I actually lived. That I loved. Even if I was never loved back. Even if this is all bullshit and nothing matters. I just want to love. Because I choose to.
"what is more human?"
Yes, what makes us human? How we look? How we behave? The basis from which we make decisions? A four month, 4-credit, university course won't be able to answer that doozie.
Where can one start? Shall we start by explaining the context, and try to dissect whether robots can truly become human? No, explaining feasibility of it will take too long, and that harangue will not lead to an adequate answer of what makes us more human.
Shall we talk about mind, body, and soul? No, if our audience will only be happy with empirical evidence, the idea of "souls" will not be a palatable basis for discussion. Ah, how about how different we are from our zoological counterparts? In the animal kingdom, we do differ in many ways. No, if we're really picky, we can only compare humans with humans, because the question still is, what is MORE human. What makes a human more human than the other.
So... should I continue?
I have a very specific fetish. It's drill/knife/razor blade inside of pussy (pref. loli) and the girl enjoying it, maybe even on herself.
I'm not requesting, I'm just telling you guys.
I also inserted a razor blade into my vagina for /b/ once. that was fun.
>So... should I continue?
nigga you can't just leave me hangin
cutting the inside of the vagina doens't hurt like cutting the outside does, either. and it doesn't sting. it just feels really nice... hard to explain.
Continue, but only if you're going somewhere with this. We're all still trying to figure out what love is.
I really want to continue doing this but every single time i worry about infection. At least, since it's on the inside, it doesn't touch outside elements, so the risk of infection is greatly reduced.
does anyone have knowledge with this?
Hmm I get where going with this. I guess I will agree to disagree. I respect what your saying. Another incredible man named Jean Paul Satre talks about how in his view that interconnection that you discuss " The very point in time where you feel you are connect with a person, a thing, or a place, and truly understand you existed for that moment is a glimpse of love. That moment is truest feeling you will ever feel, because YOU felt it." is a meer illusion we place ourselves in. How can we be sure that the sensation we felt is really interconnection with your significant other rather than a invisionment we put ourselves in? At best according to Satre we can try to struggle to attain the oneness with one another but in reality we can never interconnect. We either objectify others or others objectify us.
I remember that thread, fucked up!
guro with the girl getting off is awesome, but I'm hearbroken over not being able to find this one pic of a girl in a bunny suit (I think) using some sort of mechanical/industrial saw to cut off her own legs, she was holding the controls and had some serious ecstasy going on in the face
whelp i don't have a current timestamp but i can show you the shit from a few weeks ago
you remember me? :) I'm happy. Did you fap?
and then that same day everyone complained that i wrote the timestamp wrong
Hate to burden the folks with a history lesson, but of course, you all know, us humans have existed for thousands of years. I do not mean to offend any evangelists here, but we have evolved between now and then. Through the process of evolution, we have developed an intelligence to invent and survive. Animals have intelligence, but none have the affinity to survive as strong as humans.
Where I'm getting at.... which may be overbearing for those who put a lot of faith on love, but it is very true based on empirical evidence here and there. If you can work passed the first barrier, which I am about to tell you, you will transcend to a new level of how you will perceive love and its function within humanity.
So, here we go. Love is the product of our evolution in survival. Theory of reciprocity and mutual interdependanceis prevalent when it comes to Economics. We help others to help us. We care for those, in hopes that they'll care for us. This idea of doing favours and helping others, loving people, creates long term economic benefits and utility.
Shall we move to the next level?
Love is simply the desire to share your life experience with others.
Meaning when you call your friend up because you just want to hang out, its technically love.
That is true. Your understanding of another, that connection, will never be 1 to 1. I agree with that.
However, the central focus is still on yourself. It is you who chose to love. And love is a feeling or a glimpse of that feeling aforementioned as a result. You are still yourself. That feeling still exists, unless you didn't feel it.
>product of our evolution in survival
>Theory of reciprocity and mutual interdependanceis
I'm with you so far, and can't empirically (or rationally, wherein I hold rational thought and logical process to be much more valuable than empirical evidence alone, somewhat askance from your earlier assessment)
also fireworks/explosives in vagoo if you have it
Eh thats fair enough.
Either way cutting inside your vagina (granted im not a docter) as you said could have a high chance of infection. I would at the very least suggest you drink only water before doing it (no alcohol) and that you have something you can use to seal the wound incase you get carried away.
External cuts is no drama, just keep it clean with fresh bandages.
I accidentally some words, I meant that thus far I'm with you and don't disagree with what you've stated love is
and genital mutilation in general