Also, I love that hypocrite Francesca who went from “do you know someone called demetri? because he just added me. and you’re ouw only friend in common” to rejecting him based on his lack of “grammatical prowess” Oh puh-lease! Call him a worthless fucknut or something, but don’t insult his grammar (which I found nothing wrong with? Did I miss something?) when you showed a decidedly lack of “prowess” in your very first comment…
Fucking hell. That’s got to be the worst compliment in the history of man.
What are they, cheetahs?
“The Francesca breast is an elusive and mysterious animal. Favouring only one partner for life and often cloaked in various fabrics, little is known about the Francesca breast. Often it surrounds itself with wire guards for protection. Here we see a hand approaching cautiously over the shoulder, and they’re off! The breasts have easily escaped this covert maneuver thanks to their deftness and cunning.”
Once upon a time, I also looked for courteousness and grammatical prowess in a man… but I have wasted too much time with beautifully-spoken men who have no clue about the real world. Now I just want a man with a decent-sized cock who can get the groceries without phoning me for advice.
I get the impression that Demetri is all talk (on other people’s walls) and no action. Fail.
@SomeRandomChick: Accidentally typing a “w” instead of an “r” hardly implies a lack of grammar skills. She is clearly a smart girl. Plus people tend to be more lax about their grammar when talking to friends, as opposed to complete strangers online. I think the “difficutly” (lmao @ that, btw) was what brought her to the conclusion that he is a dumbass. Oh, and being a complete skeeze, too.
@TinaTurner- I was more referring to the no capitalization, lack of sentence structure, and the fact that lax with a friend or not, you don’t then on the very same thread criticize someone for their lack of “prowess” without taking a hit. Ya dig? BUT I’m totally agreeable with Demetri being a skeez.
Dimitri used to have his own website that said something along the lines of “If you’re not penetrating at least 10 orifices a month, then you haven’t reached your full potential” or something terrible like that.
As for what he looks like- I’m pretty sure this is him
After suffering the unintelligible ramblings of countless sub-literate mouth breathers on this site, the fact that Francesca can actually string a coherent sentence together and rejects Dimitri for his lack of grammatical prowess has almost restores my faith in humanity.
@ #16 Gaybriel – he is calling her a “difficutly” captured beast. Not referring to her breasts. I know this because I also initially read it as breasts, thought that was an incredibly weird thing to say, and went back and re-read it
Also massive lol at Francesca: “Demetri, you fox, you”
I definitely heard Fez’s voice! And maybe it’s the similar sounds, maybe it’s because he’s so very obviously overcompensating for himself, maybe it’s because I’m a giant nerd who has seen too many childrens programs in years past..who the hell really knows, but I can’t help but picture him looking like Petri from The Land Before Time – well, as close to him in human form as one can get.
@ iliketotallycool: don’t bother. it’s a foil by francesca. blondes typically are too dumb to understand anything beyond first year english classes. i tried quoting theodore roethke to one once and she was like “Moved in Circles? I LOVE TWISTER”
the only women who make the secondary echelon are brunettes.
It’s “has almost restored.” You could also write, “almost restores,” but then you’d need to change the verb tenses in the rest of your post. Also, though “sub-literate” might communicate your intended meaning quite well, it’s not the best word choice, and makes you appear uncultivated; “illiterate” or “uncultivated” would perhaps be better words to use there. Finally, “the fact that” is an unnecessary phrase, and one should do their utmost to eliminate it from nearly all intelligent writing.
I’m quite sure that there are typos or grammatical errors in this post, but frankly, my dears, I don’t give a damn. I accept that I make mistakes, and accept that other people make mistakes, as well. Instead of focusing on those flaws or problems that some people may have while communicating in writing, focus on Demetri’s creepiness, as well as on Francesca’s demonstrated naiveté when it comes to online interactions (because she made the classic mistake of feeding the troll…). But then again, I’m violating a few internet guidelines in this post, too. C’est la vie.
I didn’t see their comments, my bad – I skimmed through the comments as there is a fanfare of Ben hater posts which is annoying now, what has happened to the good old banter about the actual lame posts
Is it just me that thought Demetri was on a wind up? Trolling Facebook? Didn’t look to me at all like he was genuinely trying to attract them.
The links don’t convince me, it could still just be two different people with the name Demetri.
Also, did nobody else think the guy in the link sounds just like suttsteve, the middle aged guy on YouTube who used to post videos where he talked about really mundane stuff, and had his own YouTube sci-fi show, starring him in like, seven different roles? Man, he was awesome. Wish he hadn’t deleted his account.
“Difficultly” is a word. It’s an adverb. Look it up.
Also @Alas. Ouch. General but generally true. Just hope my girlfriend can deal with a lifetime of “Should i get UNSWEETENED soy milk? What brand?”
Although, isn’t it a little silly to say you’re only looking for “grammatical prowess” in a man? To look for a man that’s well-spoken is one thing, but…if you were on a date, and a girl asked, “What are some of your best traits?” And you responded, “Grammatical. Prowess.” Date over.