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 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 29 (view)
 
Would you consider this cheating?
Posted: 8/1/2006 1:18:57 PM
Op - I read your profile and noticed this

"No secrets, no hidden agendas (or girl-friends), just someone looking for friends with a possibility for more."

And nowhere in your profile does it say you've met someone and are in love...

I haven't read all of the other posts, but just by this it seems that YOU are operating on both sides of the line...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 2 (view)
 
new horizons and the ex's kids...
Posted: 7/31/2006 7:08:17 AM
rainbowfishh...please don't surprise him like that, at least tell him before the party. This is a rather big thing to spring on him at his surprise birthday party.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 5 (view)
 
health issue
Posted: 7/31/2006 7:01:59 AM
Hello OP...you never know, he could be worried that you'll keel over with an aneurysm cause you get a headache everyone once in a while...

My point is that health is relative. Anything can happen to anyone at any time. So enjoy your time with your new flame.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 7 (view)
 
Help with the EX!
Posted: 7/31/2006 6:16:37 AM
After reading your post, I came to these conclusions

First of all - Stop catering to your kids and tell them to ride their bikes to work, or take the bus. If they're old enough to work they're old enough to take on the responsibility of getting there for their shift...

Are you their father only on designated days or 24/7? Perhaps they are looking for reassurance that at least one of their parents wants to spend time with them.

Yes mom is alienating the kids, she's focusing on her man. No that isn't right, but it appears that she is savouring the freedom of their ages (I'm assuming here that they are all teenagers). Maybe mom needs to have one on one time with the kids but it isn't your place to suggest it. She probably wouldn't take the suggestion anyways. If anyone is to say something to your ex it should be the kids. Perhaps (you) ask them in a nonconfrontational way if they want to do things with mom/miss doing things with her. Perhaps suggest a way for them to approach her about it so that she doesn't get defensive about it.

Yes, speak to your ex about these issues, if no one has said anything, perhaps she assumes you don't mind all the extra requests. Tell her that she will have to take them to dr/dentist appts on her days or schedule them for when the kids are with you.

Hope this helps, however, if worse comes to worse family counselling could help.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 25 (view)
 
Someone help my friend!!!!!
Posted: 7/30/2006 5:16:08 PM
"I NEED a nice girl and will settle for nothing less"

That is what you write in your profile. Nice of you to hoist your personal wants onto your friend. You are an ignorant, judgemental boy. I hate to see what happens to you if you meet your so-called "nice girl", fall in love and find out she has a criminal record, or a sleazy ex-boyfriend, or some other situation you deem not worthy of a "nice girl"!

Yes I know this thread is about your friend, he sounds like a much more forgiving person than you! Maybe you saw yourself as being nice when you met - but I doubt if you could hide your feelings from her - she has dealt with an addict, so she can spot behaviours a mile away.

Leave him alone, try to act like a friend, and don't judge this woman for her past.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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CAN HE DO THIS!?!?!? ADVICE NEEDED VERY BADLY!!!
Posted: 7/30/2006 4:38:19 PM
Hey canadian...sorry this is how your relationship has turned out.

Make an appointment with Community Legal Services. You can find them in the blue pages. They can give you information on property distribution.

As far as the tv goes, tell him to sell it and use the money to pay the phone and cable bills. Simple solution! And you can always go to Walmart and put another one on layaway. The effort to get it back isn't worth your peace of mind. If you have items like family photos and such, as others said, ask for a police escort, get your things and stay away from him.

You can also contact your local women's shelter, their workers know this kind of guy inside and out. They can give you assistance/support in your dealings with the police, and help you come up with a plan to keep you and your child safe.

Please don't try to do this on your own. It doesn't sound like you'd be safe.

Best of luck to you
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Dating a woman who lets her son smoke pot with friends at home.
Posted: 7/30/2006 4:13:06 PM
I think rather than describe that as an interesting experience, I'd call it disturbing!

Clearly these boys aren't mature enough to keep their sex lives to themselves, and yes, it is child pornography - why do you think you see the disclaimer "all of our models are 18 yrs of age and over"...on legitimate porn?

Your lady friend is lame using the "keep an eye on them" excuse. She just doesn't want to take the responsible, mature route, which is raising her child with good morals and values. Will she be surprised when the girlfriend ends up pregnant? When her son drops out of grade 10? When her son starts using cocaine?

She's afraid she won't be seen as "cool" by her son and his friends. Honestly, I don't give a good goddam whether my child thinks I'm cool or not, if she ever tried to smoke pot near me she'd be calling me her shadow and wishing she could turn back time!

Lose this poor excuse for a mother before you become too involved, you'll lose respect quickly enough...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 46 (view)
 
Should women show cleavage on first date
Posted: 7/27/2006 8:43:39 PM
lots of love68...don't you mean three things to look at???
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 52 (view)
 
Native People
Posted: 7/26/2006 9:25:45 PM
I realize that the OP has been off this thread for quite some time, but since someone resurrected it, I had to offer my small bag of beads lol...

For the record, the last good year in the Americas was 1491...you know, before ole' Christopher got lost on the path to India...

To the OP (should he ever read this) the Native people in Canada are not required to wear our "Hi, I'm an Indian" name tags any more. That was written in the Identity Treaty of 1272. Neither are we required to wear beads, feathers or animal hide outside of a Powow.

Along with the OP, there were some posters who made comments about us like we're friggin migratory birds or something "oh, I saw a whole bunch up north..."type of statements.

JUST like all the french, italian, hungarian, black, korean, ukranian, etc - we are EVERYWHERE. Toronto? Pickering? Edmonton? Quebec City? Saskatoon? Vancouver? YUP...we're everywherrrrrreeeeeee.

What I did think when reading the original post is "this is one ignorant sod" ignorant as in "lacks knowledge" not nasty.

One poster spoke of a small number of natives being killed due to fighting and a bit larger number being killed through disease, but that the same number of non-native people also died.

Sorry, but that is bull*hit...there was a conscious effort by the leaders of the day to eradicate Native people via the distribution of disease infused blankets to Native communities. That was during the 18th century. During the 19th century they tried to eradicate Native people via the creation of reservations and residential schools.

* By the way * Did you know that the only unceded Native community in Ontario (if not all of Canada) is Wikwemikong on Manitoulin Island (Unceded - only community that refused to sign a Treaty with Canadian gov't)

Today, the Canadian government's attempt to eradicate Native people is through the Indian Act. They have created laws about the degree of Native blood someone has to have to be considered Native. Because of this, although I am Status Indian, my child is prevented from being recognised as a Status Indian because her father is white.


Big breath IN and...1...2...3..........10....okay...let it out....

My rant is done, although I could have gone ON...





 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Met a great guy on here, when should I give out my address?
Posted: 7/26/2006 6:54:06 PM
inneowithgeo - every time I read one of your posts I see that it is filled with negative comments and suppositions...take the stick out of your a**

The OP didn't say anything about thinking he was a maniac or a pervert!!!

She states that she has been out of the dating scene for a couple of decades and is rusty at it, and merely looking for some advice.


littlebit70 - your wisdom is showing! Great advice to pass along! Think I'll take heed myself.

OP - take it slow and easy, he sounds like a very understanding guy - good for you!
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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worth dating or not??
Posted: 7/26/2006 6:34:01 PM
You've been dating a guy living with his exwife and you're deeply in love already?!?!?!? After one month?!?!?!? Zoinks?!?!?!?

Sounds a tad desperate to me - and that's really lame - staying for the kids. I'm sorry, but millions of people break up and they STOP LIVING TOGETHER!!! Their reasons are lame and I think the children might need therapy in the future! Mommy and Daddy still live together, yet they both have another person around....

Lame, lame, lame...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 5 (view)
 
Professional singles
Posted: 7/26/2006 6:18:31 PM
........and I thought he was talking about Players






I am officially a "for-profit" truck driver....
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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the x's girlfriends mother
Posted: 7/25/2006 3:41:29 PM
She isn't his grandmother.

Unless your x marries the gf, the old bat has no rights to visitation. If possible, find out if she has any involvement with the police or Child protective services. If she does have involvement, you can use that to reinforce your position.

I really don't see your ex being long term with this lousy woman, so I don't think you'll have too much to worry about.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Very long hair on a woman is very femine and sexy, but few women have long hair
Posted: 7/24/2006 9:18:20 PM
As I read this thread I had to giggle. All these women saying how hard it is to take care of long hair...my hair is to my knees and I've got a repertoire of about 6 different styles I can whip my hair into, besides "down". Takes a few minutes to wash it, let it air dry, or put it up. Sometimes I'll put it in lots of braids, leave them in overnight and take them out the next day w/o brushing, I love it like that. I tend to get a lot of people commenting on my hair, regardless of sex or age. And I've had some pretty funny experiences with it too "scuze me sir, you're sitting on my hair"

As far as men, the ones I've had in my life have liked it. I love having someone else brush it, but men are clueless about brushing, its taken me 15 minutes to get the brush detached from my head when some dork has kept brushing when its gotten stuck!

When I was 28 and pregnant everyone told me to cut it off cause I'd end up suffocating my baby (dragging on her face) (stupid people). It actually grew like crazy while I was pregnant - course it fell out like crazy after she was born too(knitted a blanket out of it lol).

I'm Native, but that isn't why my hair is long, I'm kind of the "anomaly stereotype" of a native woman - everyone else in my family has short hair above the shoulders. My hair is this long "because"...

Cheers

Debbie
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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dating a girl with 2 kids
Posted: 7/23/2006 11:01:45 AM
OP - Rather than wonder what to tell your father, think about the difference in circumstances. Sounds to me as if you two are at very different places in life. You're still relying on your father for approval, whereas SHE is in the parent role.

You really need to seriously think about these two children (as should she). And what is best for them. Many relationship experts suggest that a person not introduce their children to a love interest for at least six months, this gives you time to discover if the relationship is going to be long term. If someone introduces their children to someone every few months, it could lead to a lot of confusion about relationships and commitment.

I agree with the poster who suggested she get a babysitter and see you alone. At these children's ages it would be unfair of her to bring you into their lives. They are too young to understand adult situations. If she is financially stretched, you could offer to pay for the sitter...

And once you to (hopefully) decide that this is a long term love affair, bring on the kids!
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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youre in a new relationship...things are going good but...
Posted: 7/23/2006 12:01:33 AM
OP - run like your life depends on it! He's a manipulator with a short fuse who has no respect for women. Break it off in no uncertain terms. If he contacts you at all, let him know that the police will be involved if he attempts to contact you again.

MEAN IT AND FOLLOW THROUGH!
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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When an ex-girl friend gets raped... what would you do?
Posted: 7/22/2006 11:55:00 PM
THANK YOU UrDarkSecret, for saying everything I thought as I read through the posts!

And everyone stop telling the OP what the victim SHOULD do.She needs to do what is best for her

That being said, OP, the thing that she SHOULD do immediately is get tested for std's and pregnancy. Best to get treatment now than when something is so far along she is made sterile, or worse.

What would be very helpful for her to do is get counselling, she went through a terrible violation, she more than likely is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and could really use the help of a trained counsellor. A Rape Crisis Center would also be able to guide her through the legal system - explain what needs to happen, and possibly support her during a trial.

To those who doubted the victim's situation - I hope that you never have someone come to you! The last thing a victim of sexual assault needs is to be doubted by those she loves and trusts, or to be blamed "you shouldn't have been drinking" "what were you doing at a party w/o your partner" My god! Women have been raped in their own homes while asleep in their beds! Real estate agents showing houses! Guests at a party! As women, we have to be wary of everyone, we have to look at "every" man as a potential rapist. I don't mean being paranoid freaks, its just a fact of life that we are potential victims, no matter what the situation.

OP - Good for you, being there for her, letting her cry, supporting her in whatever decision she makes, that is a true friend!

Best wishes to you both.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 4 (view)
 
Internet Dating Vs Blind Dates
Posted: 7/22/2006 7:40:24 PM
Great minds think alike!

Just in the last few days I've been mulling over the question too - not necessarily blind dates, just people you meet "in real life" as opposed to internet dating. Before internet dating we did it the old fashioned way - meet someone of interest in whatever way, exchange phone #s, call, go out on a date (a REAL date, not a meet and greet)and take it from there.

Everything I read here about internet dating is: email back and forth for a while, talk on the phone for a while and THEN go on a date, sorry, no, a meet and greet. THEN, if both are attracted and interested go on a REAL date.

Just how different are these two scenarios? If you think about it, they aren't that different. As far as safety concerns, you'd be wise to keep your wits about you in both cases, as someone mom introduces you to could be a sexual predator (or any of the other deviants) just as easily as someone off the net.

I don't think people should be too trusting either way, as trust is earned over time (would you try that "close your eyes and fall back - I'll catch you - really" with ANYONE you meet for the first time?). Getting to know someone involves developing trust, being open and honest, and experiencing that person in different environments, so at some point you'll be alone with them and vulnerable

I think that's when you do the "close your eyes and fall back, I'll catch you...without hesitation







 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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An interesting thought..
Posted: 7/22/2006 4:43:29 PM
Hello OP

The right response?

How about..."I just bought a new Jag, and I thought you'd look awesome with the wind blowing thru your hair as we drive down by the river/ocean/lake"


OR

"I just won a three week safari trip to Africa on The Price is Right, and sadly have no one to take...would you be interested?"

Back to reality - this type of female is more interested in keeping score. Not interested in meeting genuine, great men, just seeing how many "hot" guys want them.

Better to pursue someone who doesn't put all the goods on display for the world to see, rather waits until she's alone with her man to let the vixen in her out...

Good luck
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Is It Fair To Be Asked To Be Exclusive While In The Get To Know?
Posted: 7/20/2006 5:13:38 PM
It seems that some folks have taken your question and run with it Storm. You asked us to explain "getting to know you" etiquette, whether it's okay to get to know a few men at a time.

Well, I for one think you're doing it the absolute best way, as some posters have said "when you find yourself thinking about one particular person all the time, you'll know when it's time to be exclusive".

You're neither a player or trashy (shame on those who called you that
), rather an intelligent, confident woman who has her priorities straight.

Happy fishin'

Debbie
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 30 (view)
 
Returning gifts when the relationship ends
Posted: 7/18/2006 1:44:10 PM
She's a professional model with one (lousy) pic on her profile?

She can't spell "high maintenance woman" (in her profile)

Has the audacity to offer to sell the poor schmuck something HE purchased in the first place...

This is not an intelligent woman who is going to attract decent men - and moreso, grasping at straws to avoid mediocrity -pitiful
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Is she asking for too much???
Posted: 7/18/2006 1:14:32 PM
Thanks for the input so far folks, some very good points made! Nice to know I'm not the only one who thinks she's being critical!

Funny too, both me and the other mom told her that he was such a sweetheart offering to bring us a drink. Told her he was a keeper, being that he was so thoughtful - oh - yeah forgot, about a week before that he had gone out and bought fans for the kids' rooms so they wouldn't be so hot at night!

Perhaps I should remind her of all the thoughtful things he's done for her and her kids...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 1 (view)
 
Is she asking for too much???
Posted: 7/18/2006 11:56:47 AM
Hello...I'm after the wisdom of the masses...

My friend (yes my friend, not me) is dating a guy. She is 38, he is 51. They dated previously but broke up as their outlooks on raising children were different (also other differences). She is very hands on, spends a great deal of time with them, does tons of activities with them, is quite lenient with discipline, has lots of sleepovers for them. She is a great person, very giving, thoughtful, independent, and interesting. He is dependable, secure, affectionate, adores her children, loves her very much, and as he has told me "learned from his mistakes" and is working very hard to be what she wants. A "family man", works on his patience with her kids, does "family" type things with them, does things with the kids.

So that's a brief background...

Yesterday, we went over for a visit, there were 3 moms and 5 kids in a very warm apartment. The boyfriend arrives and brings us three moms a nice cool drink from Tims. So the 5 kids, my friend and the other mom are sitting around the table doing a craft (a real messy one too!). Bf sits in living room area (open concept apt) for a few minutes then my friend says "why don't you help a couple of the kids with their craft"?

After a while bf takes the dog out for a walk. Friend comes to me nostrils flaring, and all bent out of shape. "I can't believe him!" I'm confused and say "what, that he took the dog for a walk? She "no, that he didn't help the kids..." I say - he did help the kids - she says "only after I asked him to. That's it. He's not a family man. I'm not wasting my time any more...

SO - is she asking too much of him? Frankly I tried to tell her that in my opinion I don't see why he'd want to get in the middle of a bunch of kids doing a gooey messy craft in a humid unbearable apt. I know it wasn't what I wanted to do (I was holder/distributer of tape). She just kept saying she wouldn't settle for less than a true blue family man?!?!?!?

WTF ?!?!?! (been waiting to use that one lol)
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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What does he really want from me?
Posted: 7/18/2006 10:22:33 AM
I'm sorry, but after reading your question OP, I see someone without SELF RESPECT. He doesn't bring you into his life because he doesn't see you as forever material. Who cares how much money he spent on your b-day presents, he just did that to keep your legs open.

Yes, I'm being blunt - but that's what you need - the voice of experience telling you to run.

Give your head a shake and lose this guy
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 19 (view)
 
OK. just talked to a friend of mine and he has a problem......
Posted: 7/17/2006 8:39:16 PM
but whether she really, deep in her heart, thinks her late husband would want to have the child of her new love named after him. I don't think he would, to be honest.


I think dawn1114 has a good point - how many times have we heard of dying people telling their loved ones that they should be happy and find love?

I don't think it would be right to give a child with the new man the name of the husband who has died, even if it would be a middle name

...another previous poster had a great idea - plant a tree in honour of the late husband...

Or, if she has a sense of humour they could buy a guinea pig and name it Smith

If, by chance, Debbie is worried about her first child forgetting her dad, she could make a scrap book, or have some pictures of her and dad, lots of ways she can keep his memory alive for the first child....
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Women are not being very talkative!
Posted: 7/13/2006 12:04:43 PM
IM to me is a pain, as stated before, statements get lost in translation and words get twisted.

I don't mind talking on there a few times, but lets get a move on - ask me out so I can get to know you, and if we like each other, over time we'll be snuggled up on the couch saying "IM? What IM?"
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Misrepresentation
Posted: 7/13/2006 11:57:10 AM
Most clothing stores in my area that cater to larger women start their plus sizes at 14/16.

I had sent friendly emails back and forth with a couple of different guys on here, and I have bbw as my description. What I didn't have was a full length shot, have one now, and once I told these men that my other pic was up I never heard from them again. On the other hand I received a very agreeable response from another who said that he'd never dated a bigger woman before, but he'd love to get to know me...

At one time I did have "prefer not to say" on my profile, but really didn't like that as it felt like a smoke screen, as I appear to have a thin face in my pics...so out came the bbw

I do like what dime said, about posting a pic and being accepted as you are, honesty and openness are the only way to go...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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karmas a bi*ch
Posted: 7/12/2006 8:07:50 AM
I had a long drawn out experience with Karma. I was married young - 2 weeks after my 21st. Well, it went downhill from there. He wanted a sweet young thing for his arm, and I wanted a partner who respected me.

Found out he was cheating on me (for quite some time too). I moved out, the next week I went by to get some of my things and "she" was there. Nice.

Over the next 8 yrs he encouraged her to harass/stalk me. Well. Thru mutual friends and strangers alike I discovered that she was making his life a living hell. Beat him up, made him keep a minute by minute account of where he was (so he couldn't cheat), threatened his friends, had sexual escapades during parties...and lots of other stuff...also, they had a child who has turned out to have autism (as far as I know). I feel badly for the child being with those two, but as for the bs that came their way after I left and wanted a life without him - priceless.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 334 (view)
 
Circumsized or not circumsized
Posted: 7/11/2006 1:47:58 PM
"WASHINGTON - Circumcising men routinely across Africa could prevent millions of deaths from AIDS, World Health Organization researchers and colleagues reported Monday.

They analyzed data from trials that showed men who had been circumcised had a significantly lower risk of infection with the AIDS virus, and calculated that if all men were circumcised over the next 10 years, some two million new infections and around 300,000 deaths could be avoided.

Researchers believe circumcision helps cut infection risk because the foreskin is covered in cells the virus seems able to easily infect. The virus may also survive better in a warm, wet environment like that found beneath a foreskin."

Just read this on a news site - if it works for African men, how about North American men?

Any thoughts?
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 23 (view)
 
Tattoos on the breasts
Posted: 7/11/2006 12:07:21 PM
I've got a small heart on fire on my left breast, it only shows when I want it to, and even then all you see is a small fire peeking out of my top...

Also, breast tattoos are good for entertaining breast fed babies, mine would play with mine while she nursed
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 325 (view)
 
Circumsized or not circumsized
Posted: 7/11/2006 11:26:23 AM
I had always been turned off by uncircumsized peni (plural?) Then I went and married an uncut man. We did end up splitting up (not cause of Mr. Snuffle-up-a-gus). But even now at 39 I always make sure I ask (at an appropriate moment) if a man is cut. I won't disregard a man who isn't cut, just that I like to know what I'm in for...

I was in the hospital yesterday for day surgery and the guy going in before me was getting circumsized, and he was about 35...I would definitely have any sons I may bear done when they're babies...Researchers are coming out with alternative pain protocols for infants so that they are less/not traumatized
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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short hair vs long hair
Posted: 7/11/2006 11:12:11 AM
OP - such a wonderful show of support for your Mom, she raised you right! A girl in my building shaves her head and she has a live in bf. She wears a lot of bandanas (to protect from the elements) and she also has a nice wig she wears when she feels like having hair.

Myself, I've had very long hair for the past 20 yrs (to my knees at this point) When I was younger I had lots of women treat me bad cause they were jealous that guys loved my hair.

Then when I was pregnant, people kept telling me to cut it off cause I'd never have time to care for it. Well, my baby is 9 yrs old now and my hair grows on...

 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Moviepass.tv BE GONE!!
Posted: 7/9/2006 5:18:39 PM
Thanks for the reply epsilonbj...I'll be sure to follow thru with this one
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Girls, would you mind if your guy carried a concealed weapon?
Posted: 7/9/2006 5:16:36 PM
I don't remember telling anyone I was against firearms. In fact I have owned many over the years and am very skilled in using them.

I was commenting on the reason he was asking the question - scared his girl is going to get him killed for opening her big yap...and to my mind, better to cease the behaviour than pay the price for the consequences of her actions!
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 11 (view)
 
Girls, would you mind if your guy carried a concealed weapon?
Posted: 7/9/2006 4:41:45 PM
IMHO she doesn't have any common sense - why risk antagonizing someone who could potentially harm you? And frankly, if I had to consider ARMING myself because of the company I keep? Definitely something wrong there.

Also - There's a time and place for everything, and you can't teach adults manners and respect. Its only impressionable children this has an effect on.
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 1 (view)
 
Moviepass.tv BE GONE!!
Posted: 7/9/2006 3:02:04 PM
Need help getting rid of Moviepass.tv I've tried getting rid of it but clicking the remove button just sends me to their website where all it will allow me to do is renew (a program I've never paid for ) help...it plays music constantly so I have to keep my sound on mute!

If anyone has a suggestion it would be much appreciated...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 13 (view)
 
Dating an amputee
Posted: 7/9/2006 11:48:48 AM
I think it would be an interesting dimension to a relationship - mad at him for being a goofball? Easy - hide his leg/wheelchair/crutches until he's a good boy...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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internet dates from Hell
Posted: 7/9/2006 10:35:49 AM
You actually had grounds to have him charged with assault. Perhaps remind him that that is what he did to you and that violence is a deal breaker - and keep a record of his attempts at contact with you just in case you need to make a report. BE PROACTIVE AND BE SAFE!
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Odd Question
Posted: 7/8/2006 9:45:29 PM
You could have asked him to shave the spots you missed
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 150 (view)
 
What do you girls think about guys with guns?
Posted: 7/8/2006 8:30:30 PM
I think I'll post a pic of me with my crochet hook...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 43 (view)
 
Met a nice guy who has bad teeth...
Posted: 7/8/2006 8:22:38 PM
A bottle of "white out" is 2 bucks...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 30 (view)
 
Suntanning
Posted: 7/8/2006 8:09:22 PM
I received my summers' worth of vitamin D today...hope I never have to get nekkid in public, look like a patchwork quilt with these white boobs and copper arms...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 9 (view)
 
What's The Weirdest Injury or Accident You've Had or Know About?
Posted: 7/8/2006 8:00:54 PM
Hey Walk...thanks for pointing that out to me...I never thought to check if there was a man at the other end of the hook
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 7 (view)
 
What's The Weirdest Injury or Accident You've Had or Know About?
Posted: 7/8/2006 7:49:56 PM
I really shouldn't share but - last summer I had finished vaccuuming the living room carpet and decided to sit on the floor to play with my felines. By the way I was naked...Sat down and felt this sharp pain in my ass cheek. set a mirror on the edge of a table to take a peek and saw a fish hook sticking out of my flesh. I tried to pull it out. NEVER try to pull a barbed fish hook out of your ass - well any body part for that matter. Called a gf who's dad runs a farm. Figured she doesn't get squeemish. Damn...she cant pull it out either. So off to the hospital I go. Three nurses go by while I'm standing in triage, all tell me to "take a seat" - "no thank you" I say. Finally when its my turn the nurse says "okay, we all want to know why you can't sit down"..."I've got a fish hook stuck in my ass"...She chokes herself laughing and says "Please don't be offended, usually its not this funny in emergency".

And of course the attending physician is a hottie and I've got to lay on my belly while he cuts the hook and removes it.

Insult upon injury, I ask if I can take the hook home to show my daughter and explain to her why she can't open the tackle box in the house...the specimen bottle they give me with the offending hook is made by a company named Fisher Brand...

Won't tell you about the time I crashed through a book case hanging border (naked) and ended up with 26 stitches...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 32 (view)
 
Turning Off Computers When Not At Home
Posted: 7/8/2006 7:29:37 PM
I think I'm going to start keeping a fireman by my computer, just in case it starts overheating
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 12 (view)
 
completely ignored first meeting...
Posted: 7/8/2006 3:53:56 PM
I agree with LolaShy, I would have ignored any man who stood outside the washrooms waiting for me. I'm also reserving judgement on the "I look better than her" comment. People don't necessarily look like their pics, and we're (so far) taking the boogie man at his word...lol
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 4 (view)
 
Returned jewerly gifts
Posted: 7/8/2006 3:12:31 PM
Most definitely find a way to sell it, you never know when she'll find out it's a regift... and then you'll have some 'splainin to do...better to get her some fresh sparkly thing that you pick out to suit HER personality
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 42 (view)
 
Guy I met online keeps asking for money
Posted: 7/6/2006 8:07:05 AM
I say send him the money - but tell him to make sure that he sends you the 2000 you need to pay the lawyer to get into your trust fund...
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
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Disablities Questions
Posted: 7/6/2006 8:01:57 AM
I was reading a thread a couple days ago about worst dating experiences. One lady described how she had met a guy and when he showed up he had no arms!!!

She said that didn't bother her, but it would have been nice if he had mentioned it in an email before hand (oh lord - that wasn't intended!!)

Worst part though, was when he tried to feel her up with his stumps ... lordy...turned out to be just another jerk
 Dehm
Joined: 5/4/2006
Msg: 8 (view)
 
Fellow ladies, would this gross you out, or is it just me?
Posted: 7/6/2006 7:32:16 AM
Methinks he was (in a really convoluted way) trying to see where her boundaries were...if she had laughed and said "no kidding - I've done the same thing" he would have rejoiced...


 
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