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Re: “Are you mentally challenged, or just a pervert?

What the fuck is "despising your impotence" supposed to mean? Did you mean "incompetence"? Even "despising your incompetence" doesn't make any sense, why would you despise his incompetence if that was what made him leave all the valuable shit and take the laundry in the first place. Unless you were actually talking about erectile dysfunction... there's no reason to despise his impotence unless you're fucking him.


Posted by fizz on 06/07/2010 at 4:48 PM

Re: “Yucky!

So ask him to shave...

You don't have to be all negative about it either. Don't be like "Your pubic hair is gross you have to shave it." Just tell him that smooth skin down there turns you on. Works like a charm.

Posted by fizz on 06/07/2010 at 4:31 PM

Re: “That's getting insane

First of all, never rule out the sleazy places as potential meeting grounds for a long term partner, plenty of people have met their partners in sleazy places, they just don't talk about it.

I've been in this situation a few times, and in my experience a guy who's looking to bed you is never subtle about it, so why should you be subtle about your unavailability if you have a boyfriend? He'll always make a move that is impossible to mistake for "friendliness" (almost always while dancing unless you're stupid, naive, drunk, or all of the above. That's the point you tell him, and you don't have to be a bitch about it:

"Hey I think you should know that I have a boyfriend who I'm going home to tonight, so if you're looking for someone I won't be insulted if you go find someone else. If not, stick around, you're fun to dance with."

His move. Most guys won't be insulted and will go find another girl, some have even thanked me for telling them upfront. Some will stay and dance anyway. One guy tried to kiss me afterward, still haven't figured that one out but there are always anomalies.

It's possible to have a boyfriend and still be able to have fun with other hot guys at bars without leading them on, it just takes a little honesty. And no, dancing with other guys is not cheating, unless your boyfriend is an insecure jealous douchbag who acts like he's fifteen, in which case you should dump him and go fuck some of those hot guys.

Posted by fizz on 05/17/2010 at 1:23 PM

Oh I see "hate mongering" came from a bitch below that I had not yet read. My apologies. Don't sweat being called a "hate monger" by some anonymous person on the internet (it's not worth getting pissed and emotional over)... and that's what you'll be in the future if you don't want to get strange phone-calls and have you family threatened, anonymous... but you already know all about that.

Posted by fizz on 05/08/2010 at 11:29 PM

I'm not a fan of religion and especially not a fan of Christianity, but there is a fundamental difference between the mainstream religions and Scientology. Regardless of all the horrible shit Christianity has caused in the world, at least they are upfront about their beliefs. Scientology is deceptive and will only reveal their actual beliefs after you have blown a shitload of money on their books and classes. You don't see mainstream religions selling their philosophies like Scientology does, a poor homeless man can be a devout Catholic, but he can't afford to follow Scientology.

Dr. Fever, of course all religions have the potential to break up families, but I think that the OP was referring to was the fact that Scientology actively encourages the isolation of it's followers from family and friends, especially the ones that disapprove... a telltale sign of a dangerous cult. And OP said that Scientology scares the shit out of it's critics, not it's followers. Unmasked critics of Scientology are threatened and harassed, unlike modern Christianity.

To my knowledge the only people who have spoken out against Scientology in the mainstream media in North America is Matt Stone and Tray Parker, and even they didn't list their names in the end credits of that episode because of Scientology's ridiculously expensive team of lawyers. What other religion has a team of lawyers to sue the pants off anyone who criticizes them?

As far as I'm concerned Scientology is deceptive, sinister, and dangerous; I want nothing to do with it. Although I do think that OP would do well to articulate their displeasure with Scientology in a way that doesn't make them sound like a over-emotional teenage asshole. Sorry OP, I agree with you, but If people are calling you a hate monger... you're going about protesting wrong. I don't actually believe anyone has called you that, I think you just want to get some anti-Scientology in print using the "hate monger" bullshit as your reason to bitch. If that's the case, you don't need to make shit up to justify bitching about Scientology, there's enough reasons to bitch about it already. Plus it makes you look like you're setting yourself up as a martyr, no one likes a martyr.

Getting emotional and worked up about how much you hate Scientology makes you look crazy and biased, and people don't listen to over-emotional crazy biased people. Learn to articulate your concerns calmly and be critical of your own arguments and evidence; you'll get a better response from people.

Posted by fizz on 05/08/2010 at 10:22 PM

Re: “Shower Curtain

OH FUCK! Shower curtain molestation!

Posted by fizz on 05/04/2010 at 11:27 AM

Re: “Classy lady, not fucked up ganster

"I was looking fabulous in my cat eye shades and vintage outfit and my awesome beehive, to finish the ensemble I wore my most favorite accessory, my red bandana wrapped around my awesome do'"


Posted by fizz on 05/04/2010 at 11:23 AM

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