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 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 14 (view)
 
the ____________ erection company
Posted: 10/24/2012 10:53:09 PM
The Hugh G. Rection Company
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
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Congratulate me
Posted: 3/5/2010 2:48:41 PM
Sorta bitter humor, but humor nonetheless. Good post and the knowledge that we're not alone should serve to raise spirits everywhere. You know of course that people are strictly judging you on your appearance in your photos, right? I'm a beast and I have learned to embrace that, and being a perennial underachiever is an advantage when saving the ego from these blasts. Best of luck to all the guys and gals who've suffered through the "read-rejected" syndrome.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
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random thoughts
Posted: 12/22/2009 12:02:43 PM
Know why God invented beer? So fat, wart-covered, hunch-backed wildebeest-looking chicks, and men who are fatter than a sperm whale, hairier than a fricken silverback, has a smile like a sparse grouping of butter coated rusty fence posts and hung like a fruit fly can get some 'action' too.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 16 (view)
 
Is Porn OK in a marriage?
Posted: 8/28/2009 5:00:47 PM
I have a theory about porn...look at the poses those girls have adopted. Then think of how many times your lady has adopted similar poses. The point is that men (and some women) have a need for visual stimulation. Men like to be able to look at their ladies' girl-parts up close, far away, in any form, and often. Why do you think there are so many mens' magazines that feature spread-eagled women with their parts prominently displayed? Wives who are unwilling to offer that sort of stimulus (and it can take many forms), are simply not perceiving the total needs of their men. Women have to get over the notion that their bodies are ugly, or dirty, and many women have never taken the time to physically examine their own parts down there. Some popular sex classes even encourage women to use had mirrors to examine themselves there. I don't want to be overly crass about this, but I think that if more women would display themselves for their men (and themselves), there would be a lot less need for the porn industry. Just my opinion.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 29 (view)
 
Just wondering how others feel about body art
Posted: 8/27/2009 9:14:58 AM
If I ever went to prison I would have some classic literature tatted on my lower back to give my new roommate "Bubba" something to edify himself as he's "getting to know me better" as his cellmate. It would be something educational and memorable and it would be done in the best interests of his continuing education.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
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Joe Jackson comments
Posted: 6/30/2009 2:44:11 PM
I have long harbored the opinion (just my own opinion) that Joe Jackson made his son Michael into a castrati at an early age to preserve the golden money-making voice of his youth. I think Joe Jackson should be in prison for causing his son such mental anguish and creating the freak that Michael eventually became. His actions immediately following Michael's death, and those you will see in the coming months, serve best to portray the sort of man this person happens to be.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
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Names for Cars
Posted: 6/30/2009 9:52:01 AM
Had a company car once, a 1970's-something Ford Granada ("Granola") that I called The White Wh0re". I now have an '06 Harley that I call "Harley Davidson" - there can be no other name for it. It makes the sound of testosterone.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 19 (view)
 
the nightmare continues
Posted: 6/25/2009 1:17:58 PM
I don't think the answer to all of the online dating woes lies in lining up the men against the women and slinging arrows from both sides to the other. Rather, it would make more sense to encourage an attitude of selflessness, or perhaps a better description would be to combat shallowness. I'm going to make a confession: I've read/deleted some very complimentary emails from ladies merely because their photo/weight/personal habits/profile didn't appeal to me, and I've had my emails read/deleted as well. I'm all about trust, integrity, and truthfulness, and having read this thread of postings, I feel some guilt at my own shallow reactions. I must say, however, that a recent rejection by a very attractive lady who PoF felt would be a 97% match for me in the "Chemistry" section, has put me in a personal tailspin. She was kind enough to respond to my email advance, and she did it in classy style, but the end result is I've been rejected because I'm too old/not attractive/too tall/too dumb, whatever, but I'm left in actually a worse position than had she simply read/deleted my advances.
I think we all could use a dose of personal responsibility for our own feelings. Other people can't influence the way you feel about yourself unless you allow them that power. In my case, I recognize the symptoms and am dealing with my reaction to this rejection, and I'm going to be okay, after all, this person's response is truthful and not meant to harm me, and I responded by wishing her well. We all will end up okay no matter what happens so long as we don't come across some of those people who have evil intentions and who could do irreparable harm by their actions (I hope those are in the minority). In the meantime, isn't this kind of fun not knowing who is going to come into your life next, and what may come of such a meeting?
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 33 (view)
 
Inappropriate sexual discussions at work
Posted: 7/28/2008 5:17:29 PM
Your sexual harassment/hostile work environment will not be against the person but against your employer. In order to successfully prosecute such a case you need to lay the groundwork by complaining to your direct supervisor in writing, and not just once but over a period of time. Your employer is obligated to investigate your allegations and take appropriate disciplinary action against the perpetrator in the event your allegations are found by your employer to have any merit (and they always have merit because most employers have a no-tolerance rule where there is no defense to such accusations). Your employer's response to your complaints will determine whether you actually have an harassment/hostile work environment case against them. If they allow this person to continue to act as she currently does, then they've encouraged a hostile environment and you can proceed to file your complaint, first with the Labor Relations Board from whom you will obtain permission to file a lawsuit, then your lawsuit itself. It seems a little circuitous but in the long run, you will be doing your part to stamp out this sort of unbusinesslike activity.
 treetopdaddy
Joined: 5/5/2008
Msg: 27 (view)
 
A girl, a plane ticket, and a coward.
Posted: 5/13/2008 4:09:52 PM
I did that to a girl once and felt terrible about it, although I let her down well in advance of her plans to come a long way to visit me so she wasn't out any money. I owned up to the fact that I acted like a cad...had to face my own stupid selfishness, and I remember the whole event like it was yesterday (it's been over 20 years). We do things not because we're smart or because we care deeply for each other...we do things because they're expedient or out of pure unadulterated self-absorption. You need to let this guy go because there are better people out there for you. You should advertise the plane ticket on Ebay. Lots of folks go to Omaha, although I can't think of a good reason, and I be you'd have no trouble selling the ticket. Best of luck to you from a reformed cad.
 
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