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2013-02-01 06:47:11 PM  
Are you actually asexual Jon? Id like a response from an open minded individual who actually has some experience here. The man in my hyopthetical situation finds women very sexually atractive, but is unable to bring himself to have sex due to humiliation (micropenis is a very real condition that affects 0.6% of males, GIS it). I feel like at least some people call themselves asexual not because they dont want to have sex with other people, but because they have personal issues that prevent them from doing so.

I was merely asking if I was even close, or off in ignorant fantasy land. This romance without sexual attraction thing is a mystery to me. In my mind, such things are mutually inclusive. Im just trying to understand.
 
2013-02-01 06:49:52 PM  

Gone In 26 Minutes:  Assuming asexuality isn't bullshiat (it is,) then they would stick to other asexual people if they had any decency. A gay person might have a thing for a straight one (or vice versa,) but for the most part, they typically have the common courtesy of keeping it to themselves. Typically. There are Chasing Amy-like situations, sure, and drunk people in general tend to act stupid, but...

In the case of an asexual, a lot of them tend to pursue people who AREN'T asexual and expect them to bend to their will... because you'd do it if you love me, right? And you wouldn't fark anyone either, right?


I thought I had already banished you.
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You've had your fun.  Now let the adults talk.
 
2013-02-01 06:52:39 PM  

BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!


Yeah, and these grapes taste awful, too.

(Not directed at you; agreeing with you)
 
2013-02-01 06:52:46 PM  

show me: Okay, this is directed at no particular person, but look at a relationship like this: You are a hetero guy, and you have a guy buddy who is really cool. Likes the same sports as you, likes to drink the same kind of beer, likes the same kind of movies, etc. You hang out with this guy all the time and it's a blast. Thing is, after a while, you find out he's not hetero. Not by a long shot. He wants to put it in your butt. Badly. I know you wouldn't really like doing that, but you would, every once in a while, because it makes your bestest friend ecstatically happy, right? Once a week? Once a month?


If for some reason I want to cuddle with him on the couch and bed, sleep in the same bed and spend 90% of my free time with him and his fabulous self...at some point....I need to take a deep hard look at my own sexuality and maybe throw the guy an occasional hummer.  Cuz one of us is being dishonest, and its not him.

Now heres the funny part!  I know people like this, plural.  One of them a close cousin, absolutely fabulousely homosexual, was married to a woman for 20 years until she died of cancer, stayed with her to the very end.  He claims she was the reason he lived through the 80's without catching anything.  Hated the sex, but he did it to keep her happy and she knew he wasnt into it.  She was extremely well off but he said thats not the only reason he stayed with her (and faithfull mind you), they were besties and she loved him and he loved her, just not sexually.  Now my cousin lives with his current parter, a nice younger engineer who is totally not gay.  But he just happens to enjoy having sex with a man in a monogamous relationship.......

/not just a river in egypt.
 
2013-02-01 06:55:50 PM  
Why doesn't she just get a dog?  Like a Labrador.  It will want to cuddle with her all the time and she can get all the doggy kisses she wants.  It won't talk back.  It will figure out that humping her leg is not an option after a few swats on the nose, etc.

Unconditional love and no back talk.
 
2013-02-01 07:02:17 PM  

D_Evans45: Are you actually asexual Jon? Id like a response from an open minded individual who actually has some experience here. The man in my hyopthetical situation finds women very sexually atractive, but is unable to bring himself to have sex due to humiliation (micropenis is a very real condition that affects 0.6% of males, GIS it). I feel like at least some people call themselves asexual not because they dont want to have sex with other people, but because they have personal issues that prevent them from doing so.

I was merely asking if I was even close, or off in ignorant fantasy land. This romance without sexual attraction thing is a mystery to me. In my mind, such things are mutually inclusive. Im just trying to understand.


The idea of someone thinking "I would have sex all the time if only..." doesn't sound like an asexual. If he's given up completely and doesn't care enough to think about it anymore, that might be getting closer, but that doesn't sound like it's the case. He's just repressed. I'd recommend getting this guy very drunk and renting him a hooker.

I identify as an asexual not because I'm unattractive or lack of a certain endowment - neither are the case - I simply don't have a libido of any significance, and I never have. My past romantic relationships have all been with women, and not by coincidence, so I usually tack hetero-romantic on the front.

This isn't a hard science, so your mileage may vary.
 
2013-02-01 07:05:25 PM  

D_Evans45: Are you actually asexual Jon? Id like a response from an open minded individual who actually has some experience here. The man in my hyopthetical situation finds women very sexually atractive, but is unable to bring himself to have sex due to humiliation (micropenis is a very real condition that affects 0.6% of males, GIS it). I feel like at least some people call themselves asexual not because they dont want to have sex with other people, but because they have personal issues that prevent them from doing so.

I was merely asking if I was even close, or off in ignorant fantasy land. This romance without sexual attraction thing is a mystery to me. In my mind, such things are mutually inclusive. Im just trying to understand.


i have a micropenis and i have no problem sticking it in a female

it's all about pleasing her
not acting gay and rejecting yourself..
 
2013-02-01 07:10:29 PM  
This thread is farking stupid.
 
2013-02-01 07:16:58 PM  

kermit_the_frog: That's a rough 29 years.


Came here to say this and exactly this.
 
2013-02-01 07:18:54 PM  
Makes me wonder how much of asexuality is a result of "formerly sexually abused."  Which would make total sense.
 
2013-02-01 07:20:54 PM  

voran: Makes me wonder how much of asexuality is a result of "formerly sexually abused."  Which would make total sense.


totally true
 
2013-02-01 07:23:20 PM  

Fallout Boy: This thread is farking stupid.


Actually, it's farking nothing.  Hence the discussion.
 
2013-02-01 07:28:01 PM  

Sairobi: lockers: Sairobi:
So go ahead and shoot with the questions! I'll try to answer as best I can.

Some up thread suggested that asexuals can have a libido, is that you?

Have you ever had an orgasm (regardless of how)?

What is the difference between romantic love and platonic love for you?  I assume you get a longing for the romantic love.  Does he make your heart flutter when you see him? Miss him intensely when he is gone?

I do have a libido! It's just not directed at any person. Like, I never see a guy and think sexy thoughts. My brain usually goes:  gosh, he has a nice nose, or dat facial structure. It's more of a detached aesthetic appreciation? Which makes sense because I'm an artist, and therefore a very visual creature.

I have had my share! Obviously of my own making, haha.

... That is a very good question. I do occasionally yearn for romantic love, but I guess I am very lucky in that I am perfectly content being by myself. But, man, that is a hard question, because you're right in that they're definitely different -- I love my mom differently than I love my friends differently than I would love a man -- but how to distinguish them? I definitely do feel all the stuff associated with romantic love, though, like all the stuff you cited. I just don't connect those feelings to any sort of sexual desire. I imagine most people experience something particularly romantic, and their brains (and bodies) say, "now kiss!" For whatever reason, mine just doesn't make that leap.

(Sorry, that probably wasn't a very helpful answer, but you've given me food for thought. Thank you.)


I have the feeling you'll find someone who sparks something in you romantically and you'll find yourself no longer asexual. I could be wrong, but I don't see someone randomly and just get horny. Now I have a really healthy libido, but it doesn't apply to people i'm not involved with. And it gets a lot stronger as the romance grows. Then again I could be wrong and that's okay too!
 
2013-02-01 07:30:59 PM  
Yeah if you are an asexual female the only man you are gonna land is a closeted gay guy looking for a beard.
 
2013-02-01 07:32:55 PM  

Oldiron_79: Yeah if you are an asexual female the only man you are gonna land is a closeted gay guy looking for a beard.


or a rapist
 
2013-02-01 07:44:48 PM  
fark all you morons who want to make "asexual" a thing. Amoebas are asexual. You are here because your parents farked.
 
2013-02-01 07:55:47 PM  

Fafai: fark all you morons who want to make "asexual" a thing. Amoebas are asexual. You are here because your parents farked.


I know plenty of people who live in sexless marriages.  It's a thing.  And I wouldn't wish it on anyone who isn't a sexual because I know I would be miserable.
 
2013-02-01 07:58:05 PM  
To whomever gave me the TF membership: Holy cats, thanks! I've never had TF before and that was quite a nice surprise.

D_Evans45: I imagine both occur, but like screwzloos, I think the example of the man with the embarrassment is an instance of someone identifying as such without actually demonstrating the defining characteristics. But since sexuality is self-identification ... well, I don't think anyone has the right to declare someone else's identification invalid. (But as for people not being attractive, again, maybe it happens? I can only speak from personal experience, but I'm not a horsebeast. I'm around 5'9" and 130 pounds; it definitely isn't a self-image issue for me.)

lockers: Well, I'm almost thirty, and I have dated in the past, so I imagine if that stirring of the loins was gonna occur, it probably would have. But I'm not gonna rule it out! Hell, I would LOVE to be normative in that regard, as it would relieve a lot of social pressure. But if I continue to be this way, I'm not gonna be sad about it. I don't get lonely, or feel the need for a relationship/family of my own, unlike the poor lady from the article. I feel bad for people like her.

voran: Didn't they used to say that about gay people?
 
2013-02-01 08:04:04 PM  
PrivateCaboose: Also, as a side note: pandas.

Gone In 26 Minutes: Pandas don't like to fark in cages. Most people don't either. Go figure.


Wait, you mean that those websites have been lying to me this whole time?!

*sob*
 
2013-02-01 08:08:09 PM  

PrivateCaboose: Gone In 26 Minutes: PrivateCaboose: Gone In 26 Minutes: It's not the same thing at ALL. Being gay does not farking remove the natural-born urge to fark that's in every animal, whether they have two legs or four. Being 'asexual' suggests that there IS no sexual wiring at all and I firmly believe that to be completely impossible in all, but the most damaged of minds.

Also, as a side note: pandas.

Pandas don't like to fark in cages. Most people don't either. Go figure.

It isn't just in cages.


From the article you linked: "While males will roam anywhere there's bamboo, females are much more picky, preferring specific high altitude forests on relatively steep slopes. These areas provide better den sites for the females to give birth, and the denser bamboo offers hiding places for still growing young.  Like all great research, the scientists figured this out by looking at a whole lot of poop ..."

My god, it's an almost perfect allegory.
 
2013-02-01 08:18:02 PM  
Sairobi: Thanks for opening up and talking about it, it's interesting to me and I'm sure this wasn't the easiest thread to read what with farks retarded population. I learned something thanks you're defiantly fav'd.
 
2013-02-01 08:19:54 PM  

ciberido: Wait, you mean that those websites have been lying to me this whole time?!

*sob*


Wait what websites have you been going to?
/Curious, curious ; )
 
2013-02-01 08:25:26 PM  

lockers: It wasn't in the least bit loaded. If someone is truly asexual, where does the gender preference come from? That isn't loaded or bigoted or whatever other reactionary thing you come up with.


Your expression "truly asexual" is indeed loaded.  It implies that some people who call themselves "asexual" are TRULY asexual and that other people who call themselves "asexual" are NOT TRULY asexual.  There's an implication there.  Thus, the question is loaded.  You're implying that someone (you perhaps) gets to draw the line between the TRULY asexual and the NOT TRULY asexual (asexual wannabes?  demi-asexual?).
 
2013-02-01 08:36:36 PM  

Mr. Ekshun: Just want to point out the the 1976 Webster's Unabridged defines "asexual" as "a: having no sex or functional sex organs b: produced without sexual action or differentiation c: not relating to sex". And yet, when you look it up in Wikipedia you're taken to a long page which can only be the result of people not understanding that the word "sex" in the original definition is a noun. Anyone who identifies themselves as asexual and was born with or currently has sex organs is a fool, though it seems that it's only been happening without any hint of irony for the last ten or fifteen years or so. "Emotionally troubled" was a good enough description until recently; it's a shame that useful words keep getting misused until they lose their useful meaning.


Read the first three words of the definition.
 
2013-02-01 08:42:37 PM  

Sairobi: I don't get lonely, or feel the need for a relationship/family of my own, unlike the poor lady from the article. I feel bad for people like her.


To me it always seemed like this was the hardest thing for people to wrap their heads around. Most of my friends, male and female, haven't gone more than a month without a gf/bf or farkbuddy (and after a week or two won't shut up about it). The idea that someone could a) Not care about sex/have no desire for sex; and/or b) Have no interest in relationships or coupling; confuses the hell out of them.
 
2013-02-01 08:46:23 PM  

Mr. Ekshun: Just want to point out the the 1976 Webster's Unabridged defines "asexual" as "a: having no sex or functional sex organs b: produced without sexual action or differentiation c: not relating to sex". And yet, when you look it up in Wikipedia you're taken to a long page which can only be the result of people not understanding that the word "sex" in the original definition is a noun. Anyone who identifies themselves as asexual and was born with or currently has sex organs is a fool, though it seems that it's only been happening without any hint of irony for the last ten or fifteen years or so. "Emotionally troubled" was a good enough description until recently; it's a shame that useful words keep getting misused until they lose their useful meaning.


So, in other words, "I have nothing to contribute to this thread, but as a Grammar Nazi I am compelled to whine about how language changes over time."

Got it.
 
2013-02-01 08:53:18 PM  

squidgod2000: Sairobi: I don't get lonely, or feel the need for a relationship/family of my own, unlike the poor lady from the article. I feel bad for people like her.

To me it always seemed like this was the hardest thing for people to wrap their heads around. Most of my friends, male and female, haven't gone more than a month without a gf/bf or farkbuddy (and after a week or two won't shut up about it). The idea that someone could a) Not care about sex/have no desire for sex; and/or b) Have no interest in relationships or coupling; confuses the hell out of them.


Question? Are you saying you're asexual? I mean can understand although I've been celibate for a while now but that's by choice and lack of willingness to compromise on what I want not lack of wanting. I don't know sexuality is interesting to me since I'm b,i well I've been told I'm actually pan-sexual which is true I just generally use bi since most people know that one
 
2013-02-01 09:18:24 PM  

Dirtybird971: Just start buying cats lady.


THIS


Also, I'm saving her picture for the next thread in which I have to fight with some limey bastard explaining that white teeth are unnatural.
 
2013-02-01 09:21:50 PM  
So: is a hand-job out of the question? If so: why? Are you really that selfish? Then do what other frigid people do: get a cat or thirteen.
 
2013-02-01 09:22:38 PM  

BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!


Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.
 
2013-02-01 09:26:49 PM  

Feral_and_Preposterous: So: is a hand-job out of the question? If so: why? Are you really that selfish? Then do what other frigid people do: get a cat or thirteen.


So what you're saying is you give out a lot of hand-jobs or own a bunch of cats. So which one is it?
 
2013-02-01 09:31:54 PM  

Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.


Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))
 
2013-02-01 09:33:47 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))


I've been variously told I look like Jimmy Smits or Raul Julia, so there's your disclaimer.
 
2013-02-01 09:34:21 PM  

ciberido: lockers: It wasn't in the least bit loaded. If someone is truly asexual, where does the gender preference come from? That isn't loaded or bigoted or whatever other reactionary thing you come up with.

Your expression "truly asexual" is indeed loaded.  It implies that some people who call themselves "asexual" are TRULY asexual and that other people who call themselves "asexual" are NOT TRULY asexual.  There's an implication there.  Thus, the question is loaded.  You're implying that someone (you perhaps) gets to draw the line between the TRULY asexual and the NOT TRULY asexual (asexual wannabes?  demi-asexual?).


I am not drawing anything. You're loading it, I am genuinely curious where that comes from. I don't doubt some people are not into to the whole sex thing, but I don't understand why it matters if someone is a women or a man if you don't care about sex.  Attraction is a function of sexual desire and emotional desire.  Sexual doesn't have to be binary but it usually is.  Emotional desire is very much not binary.
 
2013-02-01 09:47:14 PM  

Fano: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))

I've been variously told I look like Jimmy Smits or Raul Julia, so there's your disclaimer.


Nope that want do I want pics in your profile sorry it's the only way.

/And really I'm just tired of anonymous farkers commenting on how unattractive someone is especially if it's a women that says something they don't like.
 
2013-02-01 10:10:58 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))

I've been variously told I look like Jimmy Smits or Raul Julia, so there's your disclaimer.

Nope that want do I want pics in your profile sorry it's the only way.

/And really I'm just tired of anonymous farkers commenting on how unattractive someone is especially if it's a women that says something they don't like.


Fine, I'll get around to reposting my previous WIP pic that I took down when I realized it had my full name attached
 
2013-02-01 10:41:58 PM  
"Ooh it makes so many people uncomfortable how very interesting."

Of course it makes us uncomfortable. The more this becomes a thing, the more people are going to start identifying after their awkward/unpleasant first experience and end up denying themselves and others one of the most pleasurable, rewarding, healthful activities there is to be had between two human beings. We're afraid it's going to take sexual people--especially those with untapped potential to becoming veritable sex gods--off the market, simply because their first time was icky.
 
2013-02-01 11:25:43 PM  

Fafai: "Ooh it makes so many people uncomfortable how very interesting."

Of course it makes us uncomfortable. The more this becomes a thing, the more people are going to start identifying after their awkward/unpleasant first experience and end up denying themselves and others one of the most pleasurable, rewarding, healthful activities there is to be had between two human beings. We're afraid it's going to take sexual people--especially those with untapped potential to becoming veritable sex gods--off the market, simply because their first time was icky.


So what you're saying is you became gay when that was all a thing and then became bi and now ....Really is that you're premise? People are who and what they are, you're acceptance or the public's acceptance doesn't mater a damn.People have always and will always who they are but this does make things easier for them to open up and find other accepting people.

/Grow a pair dude.
 
2013-02-01 11:25:57 PM  
I didn't think anyone really cared about people being asexual.  Since it doesn't effect anyone but the person themselves really.  Kinda weird to see so many people worried about others identifying as such.  Then again I guess if I wasn't asexual myself I could see people being interested at the notion, or all "wtf mate?"  To me it doesn't matter, I'm happy living alone and just having friends is good enough.  Most of them don't give it a second thought, cause it doesn't really matter to anyone but the asexual.  At least this is my experience.
 
2013-02-01 11:53:16 PM  

Ladeeda: I didn't think anyone really cared about people being asexual.  Since it doesn't effect anyone but the person themselves really.  Kinda weird to see so many people worried about others identifying as such.  Then again I guess if I wasn't asexual myself I could see people being interested at the notion, or all "wtf mate?"  To me it doesn't matter, I'm happy living alone and just having friends is good enough.  Most of them don't give it a second thought, cause it doesn't really matter to anyone but the asexual.  At least this is my experience.


Ya know reading this thread was strange it was all about the persons own perception and their own identity and how that would be harmed in some way it was almost like reading one of the transgender threads here in that respect. And yea, I noticed a lot of those characters here as well.

As I said earlier it is fascinating to me and I have no preconceived notions about it, it's just human sexuality is fascinating and as I said I'm bi and even though there's not long threads about guys worrying their girlfriends are gonna run of with another girl there is actually a lot of prejudice toward bi people because people believe they can be monogamous or make up their minds.which for the most part isn't true but the main thing I see in this thread is the concern troll of "oh I could be trapped"

Sounds like you're doing well with it and it's probably no more difficult to explain to those that are close than me telling people I'm bi. Granted I did have a lot of stuff that confused my parents early on but they got over it : )
/Yea I know TLDR ; )
 
2013-02-02 12:12:57 AM  

lockers: ciberido: lockers: It wasn't in the least bit loaded. If someone is truly asexual, where does the gender preference come from? That isn't loaded or bigoted or whatever other reactionary thing you come up with.

Your expression "truly asexual" is indeed loaded.  It implies that some people who call themselves "asexual" are TRULY asexual and that other people who call themselves "asexual" are NOT TRULY asexual.  There's an implication there.  Thus, the question is loaded.  You're implying that someone (you perhaps) gets to draw the line between the TRULY asexual and the NOT TRULY asexual (asexual wannabes?  demi-asexual?).

I am not drawing anything. You're loading it, I am genuinely curious where that comes from. I don't doubt some people are not into to the whole sex thing, but I don't understand why it matters if someone is a women or a man if you don't care about sex.  Attraction is a function of sexual desire and emotional desire.  Sexual doesn't have to be binary but it usually is.  Emotional desire is very much not binary.


I can explain the attraction vs. sex thing. I prefer roses over daisies, the smell, the shape and the color. So when I'm looking for flowers I choose roses. When I'm looking for a companion, there's another set of qualities I look for even if I'm not into banging, they happen to be masculine.
 
2013-02-02 12:29:07 AM  

DreamyAltarBoy: lockers: ciberido: lockers: It wasn't in the least bit loaded. If someone is truly asexual, where does the gender preference come from? That isn't loaded or bigoted or whatever other reactionary thing you come up with.

Your expression "truly asexual" is indeed loaded.  It implies that some people who call themselves "asexual" are TRULY asexual and that other people who call themselves "asexual" are NOT TRULY asexual.  There's an implication there.  Thus, the question is loaded.  You're implying that someone (you perhaps) gets to draw the line between the TRULY asexual and the NOT TRULY asexual (asexual wannabes?  demi-asexual?).

I am not drawing anything. You're loading it, I am genuinely curious where that comes from. I don't doubt some people are not into to the whole sex thing, but I don't understand why it matters if someone is a women or a man if you don't care about sex.  Attraction is a function of sexual desire and emotional desire.  Sexual doesn't have to be binary but it usually is.  Emotional desire is very much not binary.

I can explain the attraction vs. sex thing. I prefer roses over daisies, the smell, the shape and the color. So when I'm looking for flowers I choose roses. When I'm looking for a companion, there's another set of qualities I look for even if I'm not into banging, they happen to be masculine.


Interesting way to put it, I mean I've often wondered why this girl or that guy are the ones I'd like as lovers bit this one or that one will always be friends. And yea I have a different set of qualifiers for each although some friends become more than that but maybe that's just growth and change?
 
2013-02-02 12:36:47 AM  
tinfoil-hat maggie:
So what you're saying is you became gay when that was all a thing

Yes, actually. So do a lot of people, and that's fine and everything but the idea of people not having sex altogether makes me profoundly sad. I troll because I care.
 
2013-02-02 12:38:49 AM  
i.dailymail.co.uk
Oh, no tears please. It's a waste of good suffering!
 
2013-02-02 12:51:29 AM  

Fafai: tinfoil-hat maggie:
So what you're saying is you became gay when that was all a thing

Yes, actually. So do a lot of people, and that's fine and everything but the idea of people not having sex altogether makes me profoundly sad. I troll because I care.


So you really are saying you weren't born gay but had sex men anyway because that was the thing to do at the time?
/Yea I know you're saying you're trolling
//Butt really : )
///It seems it's none of you're business no mater what.
 
2013-02-02 12:56:41 AM  

ha-ha-guy: That's a hard 29 right there.

Lumpmoose: Many asexuals still want a companion or life partner.  As for how someone would pick a man vs. a woman for that role if they're truly asexual, I have no idea.

That is what has always confused me.  So you get a heterosexual partner and live out some kind weird domestic lifestyle without sex or kids (unless you adopt) and all that.  Why not just settle into a college esque roommate style thing?  It seems much more efficient and less problematic if you decide you want to jack it to some lesbian poor or go pick someone at the bar because the urge has struck.


Not all intimacy is based on orgasmic completion.
Being alone sucks.
Having a friend helps.
Having a partner spiritually helps more
The do not have to be connected.

/// I am sexual, I would not accept this
// she is unattractive to me
/ one of the seven reasons her and I will not be engaging in sex, in my preferred order of priority
 
2013-02-02 01:55:58 AM  
I'm still stunned from being called out by tinfoilhat-maggie.

This woman is stunningly unattractive*, a vegan, that doesn't want any physical contact, but wants... a man for what again? She could have a roommate of any sex for this purpose. Or a Dag.


*she can be cleaned up, like anyone can, but normally she has stringy hair, bad teeth, a widow's peak,terrible wrinkles at the supposed age of 29 and poor skin in general and a giant forehead, (is she a British 5/10)
**all without some sort of interesting personality to mitigate this
 
2013-02-02 01:59:27 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))


Why didn't the tv folks do any of these things? Or did they roll their eyes and say "fark this" when she was going to be on the show? Because seriously, she looks pretty bad for a 29 year old. It doesn't speak well for the NHS or British dentistry. She's a vegan? I wouldn't have been surprised if she lived off of coca leaves for a time.
 
2013-02-02 02:10:24 AM  

Fano: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))

Why didn't the tv folks do any of these things? Or did they roll their eyes and say "fark this" when she was going to be on the show? Because seriously, she looks pretty bad for a 29 year old. It doesn't speak well for the NHS or British dentistry. She's a vegan? I wouldn't have been surprised if she lived off of coca leaves for a time.


You seem really upset almost concerned about what I think and yea the right hair and makeup no they don't give that to guest unless their important, I had a freind work on doing that kind of thing for the hostess I heard all about it. And really why do you care? The show wanted more than likely to look homebodyish or maybe that was her preference doesn't mater. I said what I said and I stand by that. What more do you want? And where's you're pretty pic pretty boy?
/Just fark off you're one more troll so who cares, farks full of them.
 
2013-02-02 02:18:12 AM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: tinfoil-hat maggie: Fano: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Mediocre looking woman has sex with students - Fark: Omg, I would so hit that, I wish she was my teacher.

Mediocre looking woman doesn't have sex - Fark: Omg, look at those sharp knees and that forehead, do not want!

Mediocre is REALLY pushing it for this bird.

Yes and all fark can tell how handsome you are, wait they can't.

/Really I have some friends that could do her hair and make-up and make her look presentable. ( Gay friends that do hair and make-up a girls best friend, well as well as the bears to threaten guys that won't leave ya alone : ))

Why didn't the tv folks do any of these things? Or did they roll their eyes and say "fark this" when she was going to be on the show? Because seriously, she looks pretty bad for a 29 year old. It doesn't speak well for the NHS or British dentistry. She's a vegan? I wouldn't have been surprised if she lived off of coca leaves for a time.

You seem really upset almost concerned about what I think and yea the right hair and makeup no they don't give that to guest unless their important, I had a freind work on doing that kind of thing for the hostess I heard all about it. And really why do you care? The show wanted more than likely to look homebodyish or maybe that was her preference doesn't mater. I said what I said and I stand by that. What more do you want? And where's you're pretty pic pretty boy?
/Just fark off you're one more troll so who cares, farks full of them.


Nope, not a troll. Your current spelling pattern indicates you are drunk and upset. It's ok, you're just white knighting, which is another way of trolling.
 
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