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 adventurejoe70
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No, it's a dating preference. A fact.


Actually , it is more than a dating preference in the example used. The poster wouldn't associate with Trump voters. That can imply breaking contact with old friends , perhaps family members who "voted " for him, shunning co workers.
That being said, we each will decide what we deem to be crazy or not ;)(in my career I had many watched in observation in the loony bin because I deemed them out of their minds)


Nobody is required to date somebody who supports a known child-rapist, just because that voter exists, has voting rights, or languishes on a dating site. Nobody has to respect somebody for making a voting choice.

The wording "known" is inappropriate. The vernacular to be used is alleged "child rapist". To the civilized, the meaning makes a world of difference.
Again we are talking about more than just "dating here". You are absolutely correct, we are ALL free to choose who we date regardless of reason. Guys can also date girls, promise them the world and dump them after sex. A free world always has consequences. We are all free to do many things that are legal to do. That doesn't mean it is always sensible,practical, or ethical to do so. I think breaking up with old friends , NOT to be ethical IMHO. Others may not agree and I might think they are crazy for it. My view ..my right!


Nobody has to respect somebody for making a voting choice.

Wrong. To rephrase your statement that we retain the right to vote, it also includes the RIGHT of a person to make a choice to whom he votes for, and respect that RIGHT. That of course doesn't mean you have to agree, like it, or associate with that person or personally respect that person, but respect right to vote. But respect it we must or we would be like certain countries in the world where voters are stopped at the booth or punished afterwards(Been to some of those places 1st hand).


They may respect the right to vote and they often fight for it, for all; but they aren't required to date Trump supporters (unless they wanted to, for some reason) because the Trump support demands or expects it.


There you go! Now you are rightfully using the RESPECT word now! So apparently we are in agreement, just using different vernacular. But you lost me at the end...are you saying Trump flag waving supporters are demanding dates from non Trump supporters?? (raises eyebrow). I am confused.
I do think it is a good idea though to continue to be friends with "Trump supporters" if they were good friends to begin with since most friendships aren't based on politics to begin with. Just my view !

@NG..don't get me started with Bernie. My family jokes about him all the time. You see, I went to the same High School as him, decades later. I also graduated from the same university that he dropped out of decades earlier(or rumored to not have had the grades to get matriculation). His popularity in his old neighborhood was itsy bitsy at best. He did well with the Hipsters though, all his promises.

Problem is part of his campaign was in telling everyone how they will have free education for all like they did when he grew up in Brooklyn. What he didn't tell( angers my dad) was it really wasn't education for all and certainly NOT free. The CUNY system required good grades to be matriculated and the only way to get matriculation was to attend night school at a small cost. You had to earn the education and it wasn't easy to do so.
 BaldwinMotionPhaseIII
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not to get into politics, but where can you escape from it now?
Posted: 3/26/2019 8:06:18 AM
first, thanks spot for the correction. maybe this time it'll lodge in my memory banks. second, maybe i tip 20% since for over a decade i couldn't get a date and so dined w/ a female friend who used to waitress. she probably got me into a good habit before everyone else did, and so i expressed the opinion that i did.

"You are generalizing"

>>i am, but not by far (if an officer saw a bulge in a suspect's pocket, do they have the right to generalize what it is?). would a non smoker want to date a smoker (that's the example i should have used other than a racist, and i should have said i was using a racist as an example)? likely not, but there are exceptions. if a lib really believes climate change needs to be solved soon, do they want to date a conservative who thinks climate change is a hoax? oh, they may make the beast with two backs in bed, but will they stand dating each other? again, there are exceptions like mary matalin and james carville. Maybe Purplerider1200 would be glad to date a libtard :)

But i think you'll agree, there's certain women in your borough you won't date due to, shall we say, their weltgiest? we like what we like, and sometimes we can spot what we don't. there are, yes, RINO. there are people who vote democrat when they are in fact, socially conservative, or economically conservative. that's why i said i listen to people talk, when i get the time. but, i find that the TRUE trump supporter, the trump apologists...see nothing wrong with what trump does, b/c they live their lives the way he does. and i don't want to date a narcissist.

"oh wait did I just call every Democrat a libtard? That is what they are called in South Brooklyn and Staten Island."

>>>and shock jocks and AM hate radio like rush limbaugh do it too :) the ny end of my state does it, and the poor eastern half by RI do it, but the center tends to be more blue than red. no harm done. humans are still animals, we still catagorize quick a stranger until we know them better.

"Mustang I am shocked, being as wealthy as you are that you are a lib tard."

>>.wait, that's generalizing :) no seriously, the ny end of my state is wealthy b/c its the new yorkers who don't want to live there but work there :) as for moi, i've cycled from middle class to poor. i paid my own way thru public university. what i earn now (15% tax bracket does help), maybe a few people couldn't live on. i have very few expenses (no kids, medical ailments, i got my house for free and it only costs $5K a year in taxes and insurance, that's cheaper than even i can find in rent, and i'm good at finding cheap rent for good places in nice enough neighborhoods). so i'm better off than some but not others, and i came from a middle class income. hence, i'm a libtard in a heavily taxed state. i don't like having to pay taxes, but obviously, we have bills to pay for all the wet coastal snow we get. even "read my lips" raised taxes. So did Reagan, about 11 times.

as for racism, i live in a lily white farming town. plenty of statements begin with, "i'm not racist but" when talking about the city next door. there are people who believe xenophobia isn't racism, b/c racists wear hoods and burn crosses and plant bombs in churches. its a relative thing. Generally, northerners hide their racism (red lining in real estate, etc), the south had a problem with making it out in the open (segregation, KKK, etc) and there were southern democrats who were conservatives, but wouldn't label themselves republican b/c lincoln was a republican and he launched sherman's march at 'em. Conservatives can and do say Hillary supporters are skells, so i think that means they too, see something initially they don't like in a potential partner. did the actual voting numbers support that? is hillary saying there's good ghetto gangsters out there? (hey, i can't reach over to pinch your cheeks, gotta bust ya bawls somehow)

sad to say, voter turnout is so low, both parties have to cater to the fringe. as for keeping out the illegals, its soon going to turn into an economic issue. if we want to keep the baby boomers recieving full social security, we're going to need more workers paying that tax. illegals who use false IDs, do that. they also buy things here, as the Baby Boomer consumer base dies off. if america wants to remain the global consumer market its been since WW2, we're going to have to keep our population high.

all that said, if the best explanation for Trump's sins is "everyone's doing it" and "he's not trained to be a politician", then why not do better? out of 18 other republican candidates, the best choice was a copycat with zero training? i mean, do you want to be a patrol car with that as your partner backing you up on a saturday night? :)

its never nice to stereotype. personally, the true trump apologists i've met in my life...well, i wasn't surprised they turned out to be trump apologists. they always blamed immigrants for everything even tho we live far from the border, they've always thought climate change was a hoax, they've always cried deficit when a dem was in office but said nothing when a republican raised the deficit, etc.

as for Bernie, i get that feeling he'd be another Jimmy Carter.
 Coma_White
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It's more than just the vote; it's about shared values. For instance, a self-aware, self-respecting liberal wouldn't date somebody who resents progrssive legislation for LGBTQIA+ or reproductive justice, especially when they or family members are affected by repressive legislation. They may respect the right to vote and they often fight for it, for all; but they aren't required to date Trump supporters (unless they wanted to, for some reason) because the Trump support demands or expects it.


Are liberals self respecting because they're not respected by others?
 norwegianguy456
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Actually , it is more than a dating preference in the example used. The poster wouldn't associate with Trump voters. That can imply breaking contact with old friends , perhaps family members who "voted " for him, shunning co workers.

Now, I'm not on-board with flowers' POVs, just as a disclaimer, but I try to be objective here: Browneyes' point was about dating. She said she wouldn't want to be friends with, let alone dating a Supporter of his. I think the context is pretty clear on making new connections. It Is a preference -- and for better or worse, a Good one... due to Compatibility.


Nobody has to respect somebody for making a voting choice.
Wrong. To rephrase your statement that we retain the right to vote, it also includes the RIGHT of a person to make a choice to whom he votes for, and respect that RIGHT. That of course doesn't mean you have to agree, like it, or associate with that person or personally respect that person, but respect right to vote.

She's actually correct. She said nobody has to respect Someone for making a voting choice. There's a difference between that and not respecting the right to vote. I don't have to respect someone seriously voting for, say, a Nazi-based candidate or a Communist-based candidate. Point is, not respecting someone for making a particular voting choice is not disrespecting the right to vote. Big Big Difference. That said though, as a side note, just like I have the right to vote, I also have the right to have disrespect about the right to vote. But that's a whole other story. :)

are you saying Trump flag waving supporters are demanding dates from non Trump supporters??are you saying Trump flag waving supporters are demanding dates from non Trump supporters??

I think she's saying a pretty basic thing: You aren't required to date Trump (or Bernie) supporters, nor are you required to even respect those who are -- and they may very well have high respect for the right to vote for either opposing side, too. Two different Concepts, is the point.

@NG..don't get me started with Bernie.

Lol. Apparently I did. :) Hey, I'm not a Bernie Fan at all -- although I'd far more trust him to look after a 16 year old daughter than Trump - lol.
 adventurejoe70
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Posted: 3/27/2019 5:58:53 AM

She said she wouldn't want to be friends with, let alone dating a Supporter of his. I think the context is pretty clear on making new connections.

Perhaps, but I was taking it too literally. That being said, I feel most people following good etiquette wouldn't be getting into conversations about politics and/or religion when making "new connections" in the first place. That is an old stand by warning well circulated. Of course after the 3rd date sex while cuddling it would make "steamy" conversation.


She's actually correct. She said nobody has to respect Someone for making a voting choice. There's a difference between that and not respecting the right to vote. I don't have to respect someone seriously voting for, say, a Nazi-based candidate or a Communist-based candidate. Point is, not respecting someone for making a particular voting choice is not disrespecting the right to vote. Big Big Difference. That said though, as a side note, just like I have the right to vote, I also have the right to have disrespect about the right to vote. But that's a whole other story. :)

Again we are in agreement. You reiterated what I mostly said. A difference indeed.


I think she's saying a pretty basic thing: You aren't required to date Trump (or Bernie) supporters, nor are you required to even respect those who are -- and they may very well have high respect for the right to vote for either opposing side, too. Two different Concepts, is the point.


Yes very basic, in fact too basic, no one is expected to date people for any god and non god given reason in the galaxy. I think it was a moot point to begin with to state such.


Now, I'm not on-board with flowers' POVs, just as a disclaimer

Why not? Is it because you have an issue with " Ms. flowers?" Would it be different is she was named "Ms. Daisy?" or "Ms. Petunias?" C'mon man spill the beans!


although I'd far more trust him to look after a 16 year old daughter than Trump

Indeed , but if it was your daughter "Sally", wouldn't you rather she get with the famous Billionaire vs the disheveled Communist? I know which one I would choose ;P
 browneyesboo
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Perhaps, but I was taking it too literally. That being said, I feel most people following good etiquette wouldn't be getting into conversations about politics and/or religion when making "new connections" in the first place. That is an old stand by warning well circulated. Of course after the 3rd date sex while cuddling it would make "steamy" conversation.


Fortunately, I don't really know any trump followers personally. I wouldn't make new friends who were followers and I wouldn't
date anyone that supported him because I disagree with everything he stands for. And it isn't about "politics/and or religion", it's
about being a decent human being and respecting others.

I'd rather my daughter get famous with a disheveled democratic socialist and progressive than a creep that fancies his own daughter
and everyone other than his own wife, no matter how much money he has.

But I'm sure you were just joking about that.
 Million_Reasons
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Joey....

You are a voice of reason in a land of nutters.....whose right to vote I respect.

I, personally, could never date or associate with someone who voted for a candidate that is A-Okay with infanticide...we all have our red lines. :)
 _Cinnamon__Girl_
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Thread hijacked!
 Million_Reasons
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So sorry, Ms. Cinnamon!

Let's bring it back to you.

How is the long distance one working out? :)
 daynadaze
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I would never date or bother to be around someone who voted for and supports Trump. He is disgusting to the country, totally unfit for the job.

There was a time when I would have voted for the late McCain, but when he pandered to womenn choosing the idiot Palin, it showed an under belly that I could never get pasted. When ever I hear his daughter go on about her dad as if he was America's answer, I remember his insult by thinking he'd get women's votes by slapping us with Palin.

Dentures would depend on the reason why he wasn't wearing them. Laziness, no thanks, but there are reasons why it could happen. I personally wouldn't make dates if I was waiting for dentures.

ED is a medical problem, not a form of being a slob. What would matter is how they deal with it.

Being a douchbag is a total turn off, a reason I wouldn't date someone without talking with them for some time before meeting them.
 Million_Reasons
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"Trump. He is disgusting to the country, totally unfit for the job. "


Yeah. Totally! But plus 1 in his favor?

People, at least, get to live long enough to need dentures or worry about ED. Lol!

Can't have 1st World problems if you can't even make it past the birth canal. :)
 browneyesboo
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Yeah that's in his favor. Against abortions but totally for funding for families and health insurance and sex education and encourages his people to foster unwanted kids and to adopt them. Oh wait. Cutting funds for education and special olympics and separating kids from their families and losing them. But at least they might grow into dentures if they can afford them! He's da nan!

 norwegianguy456
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I feel most people following good etiquette wouldn't be getting into conversations about politics and/or religion when making "new connections" in the first place.

It can, in social environments. Online, one can express them in their profile. Also online, it's not unusual for one to bring up Basic concepts that they may or may not be compatible with, as folks can be more in check-list mode. And not a bad idea if one has a #MAGA or #BLM hat in their foyer, when a good section of society has a hex on it.

but if it was your daughter "Sally", wouldn't you rather she get with the famous Billionaire vs the disheveled Communist? I know which one I would choose ;P

Yeah, after all, that old pic with Trump's teenage daughter sitting on his lap in a very question able position may be a red flag -- but she ain't getting rich if she ran off with her mom instead! ;) Criticize Bernie for his political POV, and I know your comment was tongue-in-cheek and not trying to be exact, but he's not an actual Communist, although he is a modern day democratic socialist.

Oh wait. Cutting funds for education and special olympics and separating kids from their families and losing them. But at least they might grow into dentures if they can afford them! He's da nan!

Hey! He is Our Dear Leader. Do not question Our Righteous Genius. Questioning Him is questioning 'Merica! Blasphemy and unpatriotic! ;)

no one is expected to date people for any god and non god given reason in the galaxy. I think it was a moot point to begin with to state such.

I think Flower's point was in reply to your "that's crazy" on Browneyes not wanting to (even begin to) date anyone who was "MAGA". Granted, her saying that's her right isn't a direct point. You can make crazy decisions in the social world that are your right. But I think a better point (that I was trying to make) was that it is not crazy at all. If someone is part of a divisive political group (good or bad), they should avoid dates with someone who is in the opposite direction.

That said, I think it is healthy for one to step forward to have positive social interactions with someone who Is in an opposing zone from their political/life POV. Such opportunities may not be the best time & place to execute on that, but I think it would be healthy for folks To do that, if/when they do interact well with someone, Then find out they are in the opposing zone. Kind of like finding out a seemingly really cool guy is a hardcore Michigan fan, but you're a hardcore Michigan State fan -- and they're going to play in the B1G tournament championship - lol.
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i'll confess, i don't have a prob with abortion WHEN its to save the life of the mom. or when there's a "massive medical issue" with the fetus, which tends to only reveal itself after development, hence a pursuit of late term actions. the question, of course, is what defines "massive issue". a book called Freakanomics also suggested when abortions occur, crime reduces b/c there are fewer unwanted children becoming young adults.

what does make me question conservative support for abortion is...like brownie pointed out...less interest in children once they are outside the womb. saudis are bombing children in yemen? well, let's sell more weapons, its good to keep us employed at their expense. cut finding for schools and special olympics? sure, why not, its only for kids who may have been aborted anyway, why should we care now? capital punishment? yeah, we can't kill newborns, but once they're robbing my car, they're fair game. guns in schools around kids? oh yeah baby!

it just seems like a conservatives' view of the sancitity of life seems to end really quickly in a young life. if that viewpoint is true, then its going to become subject matter in a relationship, even if there isn't a happy little accident. shouldn't all life be sacred? do we really need to control women's bodies?

as for dentures, i don't have any, but i'm told some don't fit very comfortably. i still say, i'd rather know now, a person's red flags, than later on.
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^what does make me question conservative support for abortion is...like brownie pointed out...less interest in children once they are outside the womb."

I agree. I propose all gov funding for Planned Parenthood be redirected into the development of prenatal and infant care centers in every US county. And more awareness and education re: adoption and the 1.5 million families currently waiting who would gladly love and care for that gift from God.


"saudis are bombing children in yemen? well, let's sell more weapons, its good to keep us employed at their expense.

I suppose you prefer the starvation of children by the Iranian backed Houthis?


"cut finding for schools and special olympics?"

Seems you missed it, your favorite POTUS...and mine....set the record straight about the Special Olympics.
No cut in funding. Period. He loves the differently abled.


"do we really need to control women's bodies?"

Goodness no! Nobody wants to control a woman's body...simply protect the life of humanity's most vunerable. :)
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Seems you missed it, your favorite POTUS...and mine....set the record straight about the Special Olympics.
No cut in funding. Period. He loves the differently abled.

Of Course he does! He's Our Blessed Leader!

https://youtu.be/PX9reO3QnUA?t=17

He's backtracked on some over-the-top calls before. Granted, he spends a lot of time watching the news and not in the meat & potatoes of things like a budget where something like this would stand out, so it is definitely possible he wasn't fully aware of it. But it would be a bad bet in Vegas to assume he would never be for the cuts, and he loves the disabled.
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it just seems like a conservatives' view of the sancitity of life seems to end really quickly in a young life. if that viewpoint is true, then its going to become subject matter in a relationship, even if there isn't a happy little accident. shouldn't all life be sacred? do we really need to control women's bodies?


I'd bet if the government started controlling men regarding vasectomies, said they couldn't have them unless they'd had at least
2 or 3 children or had been married for a while or were of a certain age, the interest in controlling women's bodies and telling
them what they can and cannot do would dwindle considerably.

I still say we need to take all these babies people don't want and place them in the homes of the people that insist they be born.
I'd rather see 10 abortions than 1 baby in a dumpster. Of course someone will rip out the late term abortion, "live" abortion
horse shit (I miss Mr. Pig) that has been running around rampant, even though it's constantly proved a myth by the medical
professionals.

Conservatives interest in children most certainly does ends at birth. You don't see many conservatives volunteering at
family planning centers and offering alternatives, or fostering children or adopting children who are in need or in crisis.
All the emojis and smiley faces can't wash that stink off.

My dad had dentures. They said they would make them exactly like his teeth so people couldn't tell, but they put a large
gap in the two front teeth for whatever reason and he whistled for a long time before he got used to them....hahaha!
Something about not having teeth that creeps me out...I don't mind dentures, but keep them in please. Thank you.
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It won't let me edit, but I have no idea why my posts show like that. They don't look all spacey
when I type them or before I post them.
Geez.

In order to maintain the highest quality forums you are restricted to having no more then 2 of the last 10 posts on a thread.
Since 2 of the last 10 posts are yours someone else won't be able to post.
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"I still say we need to take all these babies people don't want and place them in the homes of the people that insist they be born"

Please do. There are currently 1.5 million people desperate to adopt.


"I'd rather see 10 abortions than 1 baby in a dumpster."

Because red biohazard bags, refrigerators, garbage disposals and water treatment plants are better?


"You don't see many conservatives volunteering at family planning centers"

This is correct. Conservatives are not often found volunteering at "family planning to murder centers".
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Millions I believe in abortions.


what defines "massive issue". a book called Freakanomics also suggested when abortions occur, crime reduces b/c there are fewer unwanted children becoming young adults.


You know there might be truth to that. In the 90's when I got on the job, it was a war zone. Crack era was in its high point. Giuliani was increasing the size of the army..NYPD. I was one of those wide eye recruits. I still remember our field training class went to a bad precinct. Because of that they allowed us to wear to regular uniform and not the lame academy grey shirts.
The scene at night was like the movie "Aliens".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVmu6uHEDHI

We be dropped in every night in a van to be posted on some street corner:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXSuYpaFd10

The streets were basically flooded with guys who were like bugged eye roaches akin to Alien Xenomorphs. There was multiple shootings every night, and in a few block radius. Crack heads aren't like human. They have no fear. Feel no pain. Just an insatiable hunger. They made hits within 10 feet to where we were standing. Every night the sidewalks and building lobbies were filled with flowing blood. They ran the night.
Fast forward a few years.. epidemic over. Crime rate plummeted. Sure there were other strategies involved but the crack head zombies just vanished. It was like a new generation didn't convert.
 Million_Reasons
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“Millions I believe in abortions.”

That’s cool. Everybody has to believe in something.

Killing an innocent human being just isn’t one of mine. :)



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Poor Cinnamon, hijacked again...

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Killing an innocent human being just isn’t one of mine. :)


And most certainly not one of my beliefs.
 adventurejoe70
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Well sorry. It is those damn xenomorphs. At least they don't have ED.
 norwegianguy456
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Well sorry. It is those damn xenomorphs. At least they don't have ED.

What they should have done was infiltrate the drug scene undercover, and make the crack less potent (and less addictive) by replacing most of it with powder of Cialis & Viagra. They'd be weened off the crack with big raging weiners, roaming the streets. :)
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