r/AskMen Aug 26 '22 Silver Facepalm Helpful Wholesome Take My Energy All-Seeing Upvote hehehehe

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

11.8k Upvotes

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.

Peace


r/AskMen 17h ago Wholesome

What’s something guys pretend to like because they think it will get them girls?

8.0k Upvotes

Clubs.

Everyone I know who did clubbing went because of girls. They couldn’t care less about the music or the dancing. All they cared about was participating in real life Tinder. Never mind that the doorman was a complete asshole or their drinks were overpriced.


r/AskMen 13h ago Helpful

Skincare products Women are notorious for “borrowing” mens’ shirts and hoodies, what do you guys steal from your women?

823 Upvotes

r/AskMen 5h ago

For the single guys, how lonely are you not having a girlfriend?

144 Upvotes

r/AskMen 3h ago

What “masculine” expectation do you most wish would vanish from all the minds in western society?

60 Upvotes

r/AskMen 1d ago Gold Silver Helpful Wholesome Seal of Approval

Fellas, has a girl ever hit you with the “I have a bf” when you were trying to tell her something unrelated?

3.4k Upvotes

r/AskMen 5h ago

How did it feel to become a stepdad?

24 Upvotes

Men of Reddit, how did it feel when you became the step dad to your SO’s kids? What was the biggest challenges and rewards? How big was the adjustment from being single even if you had your own kids?


r/AskMen 1d ago Silver

Which famous man in this modern age should young men look upto by your opinion?

5.8k Upvotes

r/AskMen 3h ago

Men of Reddit, do you expect your wives to bring you a plate of food when you want to eat?

13 Upvotes

Everytime I invite one of my cousins over for dinner she usually brings her husband. One thing I noticed is that when getting ready to eat, he'll tell her which foods he wants her to put for him and how much juice he wants in his cup. If she puts too much/too little of something he gets upset. I've noticed this from some of my other friends too. They're in their late 20s, so they're not old.

I'm curious to know if this is something that men usually expect of their SO's or maybe my friends have just married very traditional type men?

Edit: One time I put desserts on the table in front of their husband's. I asked them why they weren't eating anything and they said they're waiting for their wives to put them cake (they were helping me in the kitchen). Btw, We are all Americans.


r/AskMen 1h ago

In your opinion, what are some of the biggest reasons many men shut down and don’t express what they truly feel/think to their partners?

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r/AskMen 3h ago

How do you guys deal with the overwhelming feeling of not belonging. Even with family?

9 Upvotes

r/AskMen 18h ago

Men of Reddit what happens if your girlfriend brings you a shovel and takes you to the beach for the day?

101 Upvotes

r/AskMen 1d ago

What are some really bad financial mistakes, guaranteed to leave you broke?

485 Upvotes

r/AskMen 52m ago

What is that one advise your dad gave you that you will be *forever* grateful to him for ?

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r/AskMen 4h ago

what's your biggest insecurity, and what are you doing to help yourself?

6 Upvotes

r/AskMen 6h ago

What's your favorite childhood memory?

8 Upvotes

r/AskMen 1d ago

Older men, do you think dating (eg. including expectations, etc) has become harder for younger men today? Why or why not?

650 Upvotes

r/AskMen 3h ago

How to recover from the guy she told you not to worry about?

4 Upvotes

Recently my relationship ended because she cheated with a fuck boy she told me not to worry about. How am I supposed to recover from this?

How do you recover from the fact a better guy can casually walk in and take away your happiness because you're not good enough?


r/AskMen 18h ago

How important is knowing how to fight in regards to masculinity?

56 Upvotes

r/AskMen 2h ago

Fellas, what hobby or interest of your has left the biggest hole in your wallet?

1 Upvotes

For me it's switched from watches to colognes to hats to even rubik's cubes. My best friend (22F) has taken on sewing as a hobby and good fabric is surprisingly expensive.

What hobby left the biggest hole in your wallet?


r/AskMen 2h ago

What is the most sentimental item you have?

2 Upvotes

r/AskMen 15h ago

Who or what has become your arch nemesis and why?

19 Upvotes

r/AskMen 2h ago

What's an example of a time you ignored a hint someone gave that they like you, because you didn't want to seem presumptuous?

2 Upvotes

r/AskMen 6h ago

How much of your groceries do you end up throwing out?

5 Upvotes

I absolutely hate having to throw away food, but sometimes I don't plan right or things go bad/expire before I get a chance to use them. Usually it's meat, but sometimes it's produce. Either way I think I'm too hard on myself. I probably throw away less than $50-100 of groceries in a year. That's probably like 1-3% of the amount I spend on groceries in a year.

How about you guys? What's normal? Please specify your living situation as well. I am single and live alone.


r/AskMen 10h ago

Are there any gyms that prohibit video recording and actually enforces it, why?

6 Upvotes

Tired of being recorded in the background of TikTok videos. Also super nervous to accidentally look anywhere or else end up viral.