swampfest

>flooded campsite
>cars stuck in the mud
>.22lr in a foreskin
>cheesed ARs
>daydrinking
>guns pulled
>rape
>ammo in the fire
why don't more people come to meets?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    probably because of the antisemitism, racism, etc.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, there's never enough for my tastes.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      *Snip snip*

      I am coming to take your foreskin amigo

      *Snip snip*

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Not enough rape.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >no cum brownies
    SAD

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Meeting with strangers from PrepHole
    >Meeting with strangers from PrepHole with guns
    >99% chance of meeting some glowing individuals
    Nah.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >he doesn't seek out Glowies to add to his rape dungeon
      Pathetic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Maybe you and a glowie will fall in love

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Do you think love can bloom on the battlefield?

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Frick ya mudda. That's why.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    When did someone get raped?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >he doesn't remember his own life
      Anon...

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I've genuinely been in danger of being at least molested once (my mate was there and stood up to the old man) but I've never been raped.

        I'm familiar with the cum brownies of course, though not first-hand but I never heard about rape at a /k/ get together.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          its always the permanently online guys that think its ok to make gay jokes
          against the absolute normies with families and jobs, that barely use the site or discord that dont know anything of the culture
          One guy goes "haha wouldn't it be funny if we played gay chicken haha as a joke"
          and the other guy goes "oh my god that guy's trying to molest me"

          you need a healthy balance of life and online culture to go to a meetup and very few qualify

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >you need a healthy balance of life and online culture to go to a meetup and very few qualify
            You really don't.
            You probably should but you don't.
            The terminally online are quite able to go to a meetup and horrify people with their moronation, even if we prefer that they didn't, or weren't.

            You need a healthy live balance to be able to go to meetups and have people want you to come back.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >its always the permanently online guys that think its ok to make gay jokes
            clearly you have never hung out with a gay person who isn't a homosexual
            nor anyone who works bluecollar
            and I come from the liberal shithole of the area around seattle.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I think you misinterpted what anon said, probably because anon wasn't very clear.
              Maybe you read it right but how I read it was:

              >there are always terminally online guys who can't stop making gay jokes and shit online
              >when these guys meet irl, they still can't stop making gay jokes and shit
              >this leads to homoerotic behaviour that appears pretty fricked up to normies
              >this leads to misinterpretations of their blatantly homosexual dares such as gay chicken
              >normies come to believe these guys are potential or actual rapists who are trying to initiate sexual encounters

              Whether they're really trying to have sex or just want to bond through humour may be open to interpretation and unclear to an objective observer.
              I believe anon is suggesting that this kind of encounter is inevitable in our kind of meetups because these types of people are more or less guaranteed to exist among us.

              Personally, despite having sucked quite a few wieners in my time, I'm only usually acting gay on this board to provide a low-level of gayness as a disincentive for actual homophobes to feel like they belong here. It's just defensive posturing, like turning up the music at a party when someone you don't want to talk to walks in to the room.

              I learnt to live with the try-hards, even at meetups, because them taking this too seriously is only mild cringe and so long as you keep an eye on them, a fairly trivial problem compared to having people around who are loudly intolerant of any gayness at all.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Sir. I cannot stress enough how many gay jokes I run across as bluecollar, and as a dude who is best friends with a gay guy who "hates homosexuals" as he puts it.

                I run into more "normal" people who are fine with gay jokes than I do the type who will freak out and fear rape.
                I can count THOSE types on one hand, and one of them was quite self aware of it.
                He just straight up had homophobia in the way some people have arachnophobia, and was fully aware that it was abnormal.
                He was perfectly fine with their existence, but had a nearly uncontrollable violent instinctive reaction to anything that insinuated homosexual interest in him.

                Normies who can't handle gay jokes aren't normal.
                I see just as much gay jokes amongst older more conservative types as I do amongst the rainbow brigade.
                You just get more offended homosexuals amongst the supposed normies and rainbow crowd than you do amongst the conservatives up here.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I cannot stress enough how many gay jokes I run across as bluecollar,
                No, no. The use of "always" by anon was ambiguous and we are reading it in different ways.
                I interpret the claim as not being that gay jokes are always/only told by the terminally online, it's that when it's being taken way too far to the point of being seen as possessing genuine sexual intent, it's always the terminally online who do this.

                Yes, of course bluecollar homoeroticism exists, we literally all know how marines are.

                The terminally online though, do it in ways that trigger threat response in some normies because they have no social skills, turn it up to 11 and can't identify the appropriate amount of gayness to thread the needle of funny-to-the-right-crowd and freaking-out-the-normies.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Sir. I cannot stress enough how many gay jokes I run across as bluecollar, and as a dude who is best friends with a gay guy who "hates homosexuals" as he puts it.

                I run into more "normal" people who are fine with gay jokes than I do the type who will freak out and fear rape.
                I can count THOSE types on one hand, and one of them was quite self aware of it.
                He just straight up had homophobia in the way some people have arachnophobia, and was fully aware that it was abnormal.
                He was perfectly fine with their existence, but had a nearly uncontrollable violent instinctive reaction to anything that insinuated homosexual interest in him.

                Normies who can't handle gay jokes aren't normal.
                I see just as much gay jokes amongst older more conservative types as I do amongst the rainbow brigade.
                You just get more offended homosexuals amongst the supposed normies and rainbow crowd than you do amongst the conservatives up here.

                https://i.imgur.com/GVM1O7z.jpg

                >I cannot stress enough how many gay jokes I run across as bluecollar,
                No, no. The use of "always" by anon was ambiguous and we are reading it in different ways.
                I interpret the claim as not being that gay jokes are always/only told by the terminally online, it's that when it's being taken way too far to the point of being seen as possessing genuine sexual intent, it's always the terminally online who do this.

                Yes, of course bluecollar homoeroticism exists, we literally all know how marines are.

                The terminally online though, do it in ways that trigger threat response in some normies because they have no social skills, turn it up to 11 and can't identify the appropriate amount of gayness to thread the needle of funny-to-the-right-crowd and freaking-out-the-normies.

                >acting gay is fun because it just is, okay??
                >the gayer the better in fact
                >although its not really gay if...
                >not that there's anything wrong with that
                You BRCC types are the reason I will never attend one of these gayfests

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >You BRCC types
                I'm a fricking what now?
                Insults don't really land the same way if I have no idea what /misc/tardation you're calling me.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I think it's supposed to be a reference to Black Rifle Coffee Company.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >Black Rifle Coffee Company
                Isn't that terrible over roasted coffee?
                I remember there's some PrepHole autist that goes on about it being a scam to sell bad quality beans from the end of the crop and whatever got filtered out of the light-roast bags.

                I think this is some cultural thing I'm too...something to get.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                The CEO was constantly sexually harassing and hitting on his male employees. To the point a lawsuit was filed. Stripping naked in the office, propositioning gay sex in the middle of meetings. But it's totally fine because he was in the army (yes, THAT army lol)

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                > 17. On or about August 15, 2016, Evan Hafer called Mr. Roper into his office. In front of Mr. Roper and several other people in his office, Mr. Hafer stripped down all his clothes and stood in front of Mr. Roper completely naked. Mr. Hafer acted as if he expected some sort of response out of Mr. Roper. Instead, Mr. Roper, averted his eyes and tried to turn the conversation back to work.

                >18. Several days later, Mr. Roper and Mr. Hafer were working alone in a conference room when Mr. Hafer turned to Mr. Roper and said, “Why don’t we close that door and butt frick the shit out of each other?” Mr. Roper rejected the sexual proposition and the meeting continued in awkward tension.
                Holy shit.
                I can see how that ended up in a lawsuit.

                I'm pretty glad that I've never worked in a workplace that was full of those guys (gay or straight). I've had one or two over my career but when I didn't respond in kind to their banter, they'd keep their distance or avoid the topic. They're much less of a problem if they're not a boss or in a pack, their banter is half a grooming attempt or deniable wave of a flag to find or create enough allies that they can drop the mask and openly do or say whatever it is they identify as.

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Never been so happy to be a neverserved, I'd never make it through basic if that's how gay you're expected to act, ironic or otherwise

              • 2 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >I'd never make it through basic if that's how gay you're expected to act
                I feel like everyone's nearly equally out of water in boot, and probably far too exhausted for such shenanigans anyway. Plus the DS is probably keeping a lid on anything that's going too far so as not to impact on pass rates or retention.

                Such things as gay chicken is way more likely a product of extreme boredom in deployment or when doing nothing aggressively on base.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Asuka said WHAT?!??!

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t know if I could handle a /k/ meetup.

    While I literally went to an PrepHole meetup at a porn convention in Japan, /k/ommandos are probably even worse than PrepHoleutists. Spergs on /k/ probably have the following qualities:
    >terrible hygiene
    >obesity
    >also irredeemable weeks
    >/misc/ autists
    And to top it off they have access to firearms and alcohol. It would be too dangerous dealing with actual morons with guns

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >And to top it off they have access to firearms and alcohol
      More than a few would love an excuse to kill someone too and fantasize about creating such an excuse where one doesn't exist.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Hey hey there's no need to kick Paul Harrell while he's down

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      summer or winter comiket?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Winter

        >And to top it off they have access to firearms and alcohol
        More than a few would love an excuse to kill someone too and fantasize about creating such an excuse where one doesn't exist.

        Ya it’s just not worth the legal hassle

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          yea, I went during the summer once
          it smells just as bad as you can imagine

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      youd be surprised at how normal most of us are, at least in the texas group. we have our lolcows and there are some guys who need to touch grass, but for the most part its a pretty chill group of guys.

      They're always hundreds of miles away and it's still meeting up with a bunch of random strangers with guns. I didn't do it ten years ago, and I definitely wouldn't do it now with the post-2020 crowd.

      your loss, i guess

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Normal
        >Most people in the pic are obese
        Anon

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        It was a good time made me rethink my footwear setup, logger boots are only waterproof up to the laces. Would mag dump in the woods again.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    They're always hundreds of miles away and it's still meeting up with a bunch of random strangers with guns. I didn't do it ten years ago, and I definitely wouldn't do it now with the post-2020 crowd.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm never going to a /k/ meetup. Last time one happened in MN, four morons behind it got busted for IRL memeing at a bunch of black people raising hell outside a police precinc which I THINK resulted in a DGU. Every attendee of the aforementioned meetup was questioned or otherwise investigated.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      one of the /k/ meetups i went to resulted in a guy yelling "ill kill you, Black person" to a black college kid and then running away

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I love PrepHole meets (but only once everyone migrated to Discord because it's the only way filter out the actual morons). I'm going to one in the next couple months and I'll have a great time camping, shooting, and day drinking. Probably gonna throw some .22 in the fire too lol.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      where at? i'm trying to get in touch with some /k/ guys in or around the northeast

      >Normal
      >Most people in the pic are obese
      Anon

      most, but not all! they dont LARP very hard.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Midwest. I know there's a big group of PA guys but I don't have access to their discord. Otherwise, IDK what the rest of the northeast looks like.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Don't go with morons?
    It's not that complicated.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because it’s a sausagefest. I want to meet chicks, not other autistic men

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Meets are not for meeting women, they're for escaping your woman for a weekend to hang out with the boys. Single people wouldn't understand. Young people give boomers crap for the "wife bad" mentality, but the boomers are right in that being around your woman for too long without a reprieve can drive you crazy. Women do the same thing with "girls weekends", btw.

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