Jeanette it’s very easy to spot if it was a mistake or not, check for the following tell tale signs:
1- Despite promising you he wouldn’t he went ahead and sprayed all over your face anyway.
2- Whilst you were thrashing about he stuck a finger up your ringer and refused to remove it.
3- You asked for his mobile number and he gave you your own number but with just one digit different.
4- You woke up in the morning with a five dollar bill stuck in your moist box and a crusty stain on your cheek.
@Grim_tidings & buckle_up:
I was more concerned about the cards than the marriage. I’m pretty sure that you need more than 2 hearts to have anywhere near enough for it to be considered a full deck. 2 hearts in love, sure – but 2 hearts, 1 diamond, 1 spade and 1 club in cards = a shitty game of cribbage.
It would be more pertinent for Andrew have said – “Marriage is fuck all like a deck of cards and I’m a cuntbag”
Really? No one looks back on their life choices and says “shit, I wish I didn’t sleep around with all those people and collect all those strains of herpes like they were fucking pokemon cards and have all those unwanted children that I could never take proper care of” ??? No one says that?
@muepsilongamma: No, nobody gives a shit about the bad stuff if they’re going to die. If you had a fun life, the consequences aren’t going to matter anymore. If you didn’t do jack-shit with your life, you will regret it.
Lol it looks like I struck a nerve with Mr. b00mstick there. But he makes a good point. I guess you wouldn’t give a shit if you’re gonna die. Then again, I would also ask that you take into account the lives of the other people and children that were affected, passing on those STDs and being unable to care for the unwanted children. But still, very good point.
what about the people who in a lifetime have a few one night stands, and several meaningful relationships involving lots and lots of sex (let’s, for form’s sake, say five premarital ones), always practice safe sex and never get an STD? what’s wrong with that? they will most probably be smiling and regret-free on their death bed. they certainly won’t be a bitter, shrivelled up, sexless piece of tree-bark like yourself.
seriously, from the way you talk it sounds like you got raped as a small child by a leering peewee herman. there are shades of grey you know.
@Muepsilongamma Get out of my head!So what if I just had to catch them all? Is it really all that bad? huh? HUH?! And besides those b*st*rdized children didn’t need all that sh*t. Who do they think I am Jay Z? Screw them for wanting a new pair of Air Jordon’s each year! Cut the ends off of those shoes and you’re feet will fit in just fine!
I’m not getting the random muepsilongamma hate. Why’s everyone read their comment as saying ‘sex is bad and everyone who’s done it is bad’ as opposed to saying ‘people who got herpes and had a bunch of kids they don’t want will probably regret it’?
Because they know that I’m religious. People on the internet generally hate conservative people, especially religious conservative people. People like me don’t conform to what society says is “cool” and therefore, we open ourselves up for flack. We are seen as “trolls.” However, I purposely kept my religion and moral values out of this argument and stuck with the facts, and the fact is, STDs and unwanted children = regret.
I appreciate that you’re at least thinking straight, on a thread where no one else seems to know how to.
Ahh, excellent! Dukey Smoothy Buns has linked you to my most recent argument – stating that it’s wrong to pressure someone into having sex just because “that’s what people do today.” Thanks for helping my case, Dukey!
you know when you’re having a really good time with your mates, enjoying a few beers, relaxing, watching something good on tv, maybe talking about girls, then some guy comes along who no-one really likes, but you tolerate him, maybe because he has a hot-tub you can use for parties, and he just sits himself down on the edge of an armchair, and there’s badinage and bonhomie one minute, and then complete silence when he walks in and says ‘hey guys, what’s up?’ and everyone kind of squirms and looks uncomfortable, and everyone goes from 60 to 0 in a second dead? you know the kind of guy who, when someone makes a witty implied joke, actually delivers the unnecessary punchline to a joke which, when only subtly implied was devilishly funny, but when said out in the open is a huge wet blanket? does everyone know the kind of guy i’m talking about? the eternal gooseberry?
that’s kind of like, you muepsilongamma.
i’m fairly confident in saying that nobody, but nobody likes you or finds you interesting. someone please correct me if i’m wrong.
I can, and I did. So it’s a bunch of nasty images. Big deal.
I’ve got lots of friends, a loving family, and an amazing career ahead of me. I don’t need your approval.
You ignored the part where I said to find where I had used religion anywhere in my argument on this thread here. It sounds like you just want to blindly pound your fists on the keyboard and hope that something witty comes out, rather than making a good point.
Sorry about that wordy, was under the impression that was an international campaign. I didn’t know that for sure, mind you, I just assumed. Shit theme indeed – I think that’s part of why I remember it.
I agree with you. Paranoid is just a bigot who irrationally prejudges anyone who is religious otherwise he wouldn’t be so angry at you when you’ve not used God or anything else in your argument. He wants everyone to conform to his viewpoint in the world and if you don’t he doesn’t think you should be allowed to use the same internet forums as him. It’s silly really. Considering the fact that Christians make up roughly a 1/3 of the worlds population he thinks that he knows whats in the minds and hearts of 2.1 billion people.
For the record: I don’t think anyone should be pressured into having sex, and that you can’t make blanket statements that no one would regret having lots of sex. Just pointing out that there are some people that might doesn’t mean you think everyone should. Anyone who thinks its to emotionally blackmail people into having sex with you, or calls people names because they don’t share your love of a physical activity really needs to reevaluate themselves. Not everyone has to live the same lifestyle you live, regardless of what you are doing. To accuse someone else of acting holier than thou and judging because they don’t share your beliefs and you are trying to force them to is hypocritical at best.
Wow. Lame. Lot of narrow-minded commenters on here? Hating on someone because they’re religious now? Meu has accepted points graciously, been quite polite, and what she may or may not say on her profile is still not stuffed in our face. It’s by choice that we see it.
Screenshot of these comments, Lamebook. You have a new entry.
ariesdragon123 Allow me to begin this comment by calling you a fucken idiot. Also allow me to hypothesize that you have experienced this emotional blackmail previously in your life and that is why you can’t see that you are making an emotional argument up there. I will try to keep this simple like I did in MEG and my previous conversation.
1.) Nobody here thinks it’s okay to pressure someone to have sex
2.) Nobody here thinks it’s okay to whine about how guys break up with you after you refuse to have sex with them.
If you feel pressured to have sex, then talk to your fucken partner, if he doesn’t stop it then YOU get out of the fucken relationship. Nobody can “emotionally blackmail” you if you have a fucken mind of your own.
I can’t believe I forgot to add a lil’ something for TipDipTease. Okay, nobody is hating on MEG for being a christian, as far as I can tell, they are hating on her conservative. I can see how you would jump to that conclusion after reading just this one thread but lots of people on here are Christians (believe it or not) and nobody hates on them.
I think I might need to stop reading comments or commenting anymore, you people are turning me grouchy.
i can’t wait til everyone figures out how to get those little thumbnails up so i can check out the talent (or otherwise) on here. then i can start the arduous task of trying to sweep up anon’s seconds.
alord, I’m from Trinidad, which is one of the Caribbean countries with a whole bundle of Indian folks (about half the population). The Chinese genes are less easy to come by, but I daresay I’m not the one one out there.
ohhhh, like shivnarine chanderpaul and ramnaresh sarwan.
that explains it all.
i tried to do the gravatar thing – but apparently my lamebook username and password isn’t good for gravatar or wordpress. which confused me as i was sure that lamebook was a wordpress site. puzzling indeed. i’ve probably done everyone a favour by withholding my fizz-og.
it’s only a matter of time though. dukey – i’m hoping against hope that you look like flavor flav! that would make my day.
just put a photo of pharell/llcoolj up. done. ok, you may not look like flava flav, but to make me feel better, in my head you now sound like q tip (it’s a toss-up between him and vincent price for ‘coolest voice ever’). please give me that one, dukey! indulge my crap racial profiling! gravatar refuses to accept my lamebook username and password. and i was finally about to pluck up the courage to show the world my cyclopean eye (apart from the lack of a second eye i’m the spitting image of prince charles, obviously).
alord, shiv and ramnaresh are Guyanese actually, but close enough. Kudos on being a cricket fan.
I was going to get all excited and put a picture of myself, but then I remembered that at least two of my cousins are here somewhere and I reeeaally don’t feel like innuendo-ing out while they can see me.