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(still fapped )
she looks like she would be terrible in bed. the kind of girl that says things like
"don't touch my face"
"Stop choking me"
"Don't put that there"
Not sure I could get into it.
What a great role model for young women
This is like the inverse of uncanny valley.
I don't know why someone would do this to themselves... you know, other than just crushing insecurity, vanity and whatnot.
woman worries about herself, becomes who she wants.
how many people can say that?
It's sad, really. She was really pretty before all the body mods, I really can't understand why she would do this to herself.
I guess Gibson's Sprawl Trilogy really is becoming reality with every passing month.
i'd hit it out of curiosity. kinda like the whole apple pie or the microwaved papaya thing
"Simulacra and Simulation" breaks the sign-order into 4 stages:
The first stage is a faithful image/copy, where we believe, and it may even be correct, that a sign is a "reflection of a profound reality" (pg 6), this is a good appearance, in what Baudrillard called "the sacramental order".
The second stage is perversion of reality, this is where we come to believe the sign to be an unfaithful copy, which "masks and denatures" reality as an "evil appearance—it is of the order of maleficence". Here, signs and images do not faithfully reveal reality to us, but can hint at the existence of an obscure reality which the sign itself is incapable of encapsulating.
The third stage masks the absence of a profound reality, where the simulacrum pretends to be a faithful copy, but it is a copy with no original. Signs and images claim to represent something real, but no representation is taking place and arbitrary images are merely suggested as things which they have no relationship to. Baudrillard calls this the "order of sorcery", a regime of semantic algebra where all human meaning is conjured artificially to appear as a reference to the (increasingly) hermetic truth.
The fourth stage is pure simulation, in which the simulacrum has no relationship to any reality whatsoever. Here, signs merely reflect other signs and any claim to reality on the part of images or signs is only of the order of other such claims. This is a regime of total equivalency, where cultural products need no longer even pretend to be real in a naïve sense, because the experiences of consumers' lives are so predominantly artificial that even claims to reality are expected to be phrased in artificial, "hyperreal" terms. Any naïve pretension to reality as such is perceived as bereft of critical self-awareness, and thus as oversentimental.
weird. bit creepy. but wouldnt hesitate.
I prefer human girls... also it must look terrifying in the morning.
I'd fuck her, probably, but I don't want to talk to her.
She probably doesn't look too weird in person sans crazy eye makeup and contacts.
I don't like to fuck lifeless inanimate objects. But I think its, I meant she, still better than fleshlight? Nah. She might be easily broken by heavy use. I'd pass.