WN Tips: Buy a Mask

by Ryu


Don’t dismiss this tip as mere child’s play.

Everyone does it. The old Samurai wore masks to inspire fear in their enemies. So did knights, who hid their faces behind the helmet. So too do modern SWATZIs, who keep their anonymity and act more fearlessly behind the mask.

Many cops use a partial mask – sunglasses.

They hide your eyes, so others cannot read you. They also put up a literal “wall” between you and other people. The effect is to dehumanize everyone else. Poker pros use them for similiar effect.

There was a group last Halloween who terrorized the nation – they dressed up as evil clowns. Negros in particular are a superstitious people. The fervor rose to such peaks that many retailers stopped carrying the uniforms.

The use of the mask at sex parties decreases inhibition. Some find the “gimp mask” allows them to express what is inside.

There are many aspects of the world. It will take new methods to obtain new results. Don’t be afraid to experiment.

3 Comments to “WN Tips: Buy a Mask”

  1. Haha! I couldn’t help but be reminded of a funny story from my youth, due to your post Ryu. Way back when I was a kid in the 1970’s, one girl dressed up as a negro for Halloween. She bought the mask (Which probably isn’t even sold anymore) and wore full length clothing, only exposing her hands. She then took a magic marker and blackened her hands. No one thought anything of it at the time, but I can only imagine the shit that would bring on today. It’d probably make the 5 o’clock news, with a headline to the effect of:

    “Local student expelled for “hate crime” 😀

  2. You can always dress up as a nun with a croos stuck up your butt and walk down the street in this great and freeeeeeeeee cuntry

  3. Candidate Trump: ‘I Love Wikileaks.’ President Trump: ‘Arrest Assange!’
    I beleive it’s like a family feud, infighting like a power struggle within the deep state . Remember that those pos are’nt exactly poster boys for loyalty to god, country and mankind.


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