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2013-09-01 11:46:27 AM
Fear not, crybaby MRAs... pregnancy tests dissolve shortly after giving you results.
 
2013-09-01 11:51:16 AM

pecosdave: accelerus: After a few times of getting screwed over by the opposite sex... fark em... I refuse to waste my time/money/energy on a woman who has a high chance of doing crap like this.

Sounds like you could have been a contributor to this book.  I'm in the process of reading it right now.  The book is full of stuff most of us guys should find pretty obvious, but should hopefully be eye opening to women getting upset that good guys are disappearing.


FTBookDescription:  They are instead actingrationally in response to the lack of incentives society offers them to be responsible fathers, husbands and providers.

Oh wait, you're serious? Let me laugh harder.

/poor, poor oppressed mens
 
2013-09-01 11:53:50 AM

pecosdave: accelerus: After a few times of getting screwed over by the opposite sex... fark em... I refuse to waste my time/money/energy on a woman who has a high chance of doing crap like this.

Sounds like you could have been a contributor to this book.  I'm in the process of reading it right now.  The book is full of stuff most of us guys should find pretty obvious, but should hopefully be eye opening to women getting upset that good guys are disappearing.


Good guys are not disappearing, that's laughable. If you're a paranoid jackass, you're not a good guy. Simple as that.
 
2013-09-01 11:54:13 AM

Emposter: A marriage induced by fraud can be unilaterally dissolved by request.  You go with that plan ladies.


People are awful and should be stopped.

That is all.
 
2013-09-01 11:54:47 AM
ITT: It's okay, even encouraged, for guys to lie about their birth control usage. The instant a woman does it, however...

/poor, poor oppressed mens...
 
2013-09-01 11:56:12 AM

DO NOT WANT Poster Girl: robohobo: zzrhardy: robohobo: I predict the tide of this thread will turn once morning hits and the Fark 'feminists' hit the board,

Feminism is like unionsim. The better things get the less reason they have to exist.

If feminists want to go to bat over the right to cuckold guys, then it is an admission they are no longer relevant (just like trade unions).

My wife is very alpha. Considers herself a feminist. She's also a gifted surgeon. She often runs afoul of other self described feminists who insist on decrying her for sometimes making me dinner, or acquiescing to a request I make. It's very amusing. They don't seem to understand a woman can be a feminist yet still hold her husband in equal regard.

I'm pretty alpha, a director-level PI with a PhD, professionally. My marriage is a partnership regardless of sex, we take on tasks we're best suited for.

Anyway, guys, if you're dating a GF whom you are trusting to handle blocks to procreation but it turns out she has the need to take pregnancy tests --honestly or not -- then you need to wear a condom, get a vasectomy or stop farking her immediately.

It's idiotic to be barebacking a woman you have no plans on having kids with.


It's idiotic to be having sex with a partner that you don't trust for whatever reason. Don't people talk (using words) before jumping into the sack?
 
2013-09-01 11:57:25 AM

blockhouse: Yet another problem that could be solved if people waited until marriage to have sexdiscussed things with their partners before jumping into bed with them.

 
2013-09-01 11:58:01 AM
That's why I stay busy and single - no time to deal with the nonsense out there.

Pretty jaded too, but eh, I'm getting shiat done.  If I ever run into a woman that clicks with me and looks like she's worth my time, I'll think about it.

For now though, ain't got time for that shiat!

/so alone
 
2013-09-01 11:58:28 AM
 
2013-09-01 11:58:56 AM

brainiac-dumdum: pecosdave: accelerus: After a few times of getting screwed over by the opposite sex... fark em... I refuse to waste my time/money/energy on a woman who has a high chance of doing crap like this.

Sounds like you could have been a contributor to this book.  I'm in the process of reading it right now.  The book is full of stuff most of us guys should find pretty obvious, but should hopefully be eye opening to women getting upset that good guys are disappearing.

Good guys are not disappearing, that's laughable. If you're a paranoid jackass, you're not a good guy. Simple as that.


And if you have to tell people that you're a good guy, chances are you're really not.
 
2013-09-01 12:01:52 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: brainiac-dumdum: pecosdave: accelerus: After a few times of getting screwed over by the opposite sex... fark em... I refuse to waste my time/money/energy on a woman who has a high chance of doing crap like this.

Sounds like you could have been a contributor to this book.  I'm in the process of reading it right now.  The book is full of stuff most of us guys should find pretty obvious, but should hopefully be eye opening to women getting upset that good guys are disappearing.

Good guys are not disappearing, that's laughable. If you're a paranoid jackass, you're not a good guy. Simple as that.

And if you have to tell people that you're a good guy, chances are you're really not.


^this

I'M SUCH A NICE GUY! All these stupid biatches don't know what they're missing!
 
2013-09-01 12:09:00 PM
Aiding and Abetting Fraud. Hang the biatches.
 
2013-09-01 12:12:46 PM

Esroc: .Anthracite: I already saw this posted all over Facebook. So we were second to Reddit and now we are second to Facebook??

/Whats the world coming to?

Fark has been the last place news gets posted to for quite awhile now. I usually just come here for the discussion after reading the news elsewhere and it usually takes hours before the story pops up here.


please hours? half the stories are my Yahoo home page at work 2 days before they show up here. albeit without the pithy headlines
 
2013-09-01 12:17:28 PM

khyberkitsune: Aiding and Abetting Fraud. Hang the biatches.


Sure, why not? Because we've always used capital punishment for fraud.
 
2013-09-01 12:18:21 PM

milkyshirt: I've known a number of women who seem to draw nothing but assholes, morons, creeps, or psychos. Now, probably, if these are the only types you wind up dating, it's going to be because (1) there's something about you that attracts them, and/or (2) there's something about them that attracts you and makes you select them. If you can get to the root of that, you may have an easier time finding a female who will treat you right.


In my past I was attracted to the wrong type of gal.  I grew up in a very conservative Christian home and I realized at some point that not everyone who wasn't like us was bad.  So I decided to find women who weren't on the conservative, clean bandwagon, and I was forgiving.  I wasn't looking for bad girls exactly, normal ones.  Hard to find.  I dated girls who had been on drugs in the past but weren't now.  They all went back to them, and I'm not talking about a little pot - the ex-wife was one of these.  I realized my mistake before her, but she did pull a trap situation, my daughter was planned, I just wasn't in on the planning.  Much to her dismay I wound up being a great father and it pissed her off to no end, she wanted me to bolt and wanted to stick me with the bill.  Instead she fought and lost to keep our daughter, then kept fighting for seven years until she bled us dry, used a pile of the judge's campaign contributors on her side in trial, and basically won by persistence and rich sugar daddy.

I came across one or two really good ones where there just wasn't any spark.  My last three girlfriends before meeting the fiancée were great people.  One was hung up on another ex and couldn't get over him - we're still friends and she did wind up marrying him eventually.  The next one just had mental issues and responsibility issues that I didn't want - I held onto her for a long time but she just wasn't going to help herself.  I let her go once, she came back but wouldn't make any decisions so I feel bad about it but I drove her off in one "make a decision" conversation.  She hid her issues almost completely for about six months then busted them out all at once.  The last one was very ethical, had kids that I absolutely loved, loved me to death and took good care of me.  Had OCD issues I couldn't handle, I'm very methodical about some things I consider important, like work and my craft, but most everything else is hakuna matata.  It wouldn't have worked out in time.  I've been fortunate over the past six or seven years and I can honestly say the problem was no longer with me, unlike the unsure of what I really wanted me from the age of 18 to 24 when I got trapped.

 There are good women out there.  I highly recommend the last woman I dated to someone with almost traditional values but not strict interpretations of them who would like her kids and can handle or even benefit from her type of OCD.


Finding those women is a challenge.  I never expected to find that woman in an old friends little sister.  I considered that a party foul and sort of resisted the attraction at first, but eventually it got to the point where she wouldn't take no for an answer.  It's great, her family loved me even way back when she was too young and not even a consideration, and they were ecstatic to find out she was dating me now.  Our families have known each other since before either of us were born, they weren't close, but they all knew each other.  Totally unplanned, unexpected, and unlikely considering I'm 700 miles from home and she was 4,000 at the time we started talking.  Maybe Facebook is good for something.
 
2013-09-01 12:18:59 PM
Okay, let's step back from the flailing and straw feminism here and take a rational look at this approach.

Woman comes to boyfriend with a positive pregnancy test and thinks they should get married. Generally, the first ultrasound in pregnancy is at 8-10 weeks to confirm that the embryo is present and growing properly. So that's about 1 month past the positive test date. If the boyfriend is suspicious, why wouldn't he also go to this ultrasound appointment to confirm that there is an actual pregnancy? And who would really rush to get married in a month? Hell, if he was really concerned he could just ask her to take another test a week later. "Honey, sometimes these tests give false positives, can we take another to be sure?"

Nah, far better to believe that women are conniving biatches and men are too stupid to escape from their golddigging clutches.
 
2013-09-01 12:38:41 PM
I had my tubes tied, no kids because I don't want them. So no chance to trap a guy.

I like to think that's not the reason I'm single.
 
2013-09-01 12:38:55 PM
because I care:To be honest, the only women I see complaining that good guys are disappearing are the horrible, immature, selfish ones with completely unrealistic expectations. All of my female friends my age (early 30s) are in stable relationships with good, mature, reliable men who have decent jobs and treat them well.

This.

If both people are respectful, mature, trustful (and trusting) and generous to the other, then healthy relationships (including marriage) come about naturally.

/married
//happily so
 
2013-09-01 12:49:05 PM
phrawgh: Make them mandatory. Covers all the bases.

Absolutely.  Mandatory testing before any name gets filled in the Parent #2 box.  And the results of the paternity test must be disclosed BEFORE anyone acknowledges paternity.
 
2013-09-01 12:53:12 PM
Isn't selling a used, positive pregnancy test something like conspiracy to commit fraud?
 
2013-09-01 12:56:38 PM
Who trusts their future to a dollar store preganacy test?

and

Getting pregnant to trap a man is like using a nuke to get rid of ants.
 
2013-09-01 12:57:05 PM

willfullyobscure: I'lltry to sum up a funny story that happened a few years ago:
I got a vasectomy.
I met a girlsoon afterwards. She was nice and attractive but with a selfish streak that raised a big red flag. She was 32 at thetime and I could practically HEAR her biologicalclock ticking. Regardless,she was a good lay, easy on theeyes, and reasonably good company.
I did NOT tell her about my vasectomy and I always used a condom with her to protect against STDs. She assumed, obviously, that thecondom was only used for birth control. Silly girl.
We date for a few months. I never made any move towards commitment but shebrought it up ocassionally. For me,this was a casual but pleasant relationship. For her - as I was to find out - it was part of life-changing series of events that shewas planning very carefully.
Four monthsinto dating, I getthe "I'm pregnant" talk. She's goingon and on about how the condom must have broke and now we really need to think about getting married "for thebaby". She's positively giddy. She has a baby inher and she thinks she's gonnahave a good meal ticket (me) to go along with her new 7lb annuity.
At this point, I'm just as giddy. I get to pullthe reverse "oops" on her. I figured that she slept with some bad boy and got knocked up. Good thing I was using condoms! Better still that I have a serious mistrust of women who can't thinkbeyond their own uteri.
So I wait a coupleof days to "think about all this." I meet her again. I say I don't want kids and that she shouldhave an abortion. I know where this is goingand sure enough it goes there. She goes completely bat**** insane on me. There were theusual insults about my manhood. There were threats of legal action. It was all very ugly and I was loving every minute of it.
Well, I let her stew for a few days. She leaves me nasty messageson my phone. She sends awful emails. I'm laughing hysterically.
It was time to drop thehammer. While she was stewing I was busy. First I get a notarized copy from the urologist who ...



This particular story has appeared in many Fark threads, verbatim.  Get new material, dude.
 
2013-09-01 01:32:16 PM

fiddlehead: Okay, let's step back from the flailing and straw feminism here and take a rational look at this approach.

Woman comes to boyfriend with a positive pregnancy test and thinks they should get married. Generally, the first ultrasound in pregnancy is at 8-10 weeks to confirm that the embryo is present and growing properly. So that's about 1 month past the positive test date. If the boyfriend is suspicious, why wouldn't he also go to this ultrasound appointment to confirm that there is an actual pregnancy? And who would really rush to get married in a month? Hell, if he was really concerned he could just ask her to take another test a week later. "Honey, sometimes these tests give false positives, can we take another to be sure?"

Nah, far better to believe that women are conniving biatches and men are too stupid to escape from their golddigging clutches.


Um, if she is willing to fake the first test then she will fake the next ones too.  It wouldn't be hard to 'schedule appointments' with a doctor during his work schedule.  He comes home and she tells him lies about everything going well.

In my story, I was the one who scammed her.  I knocked her up so she had to marry me and have more kids.  Jokes on her, she now has to sleep with me every night.
 
2013-09-01 01:37:01 PM

salimanmanbebobjo: Who trusts their future to a dollar store preganacy test?

and

Getting pregnant to trap a man is like using a nuke to get rid of ants.


When I first suspected I was pregnant with my second child, I knew it was pretty early so I went and bought one of those expensive ass tests that are supposed to be accurate up to a week or so before the first missed period. It turned out negative.

A few days later my symptoms intensified a bit, so I picked up another test for $1 at a Dollar General. It was positive, and accurate.

It's hard to get a false positive.
 
2013-09-01 01:43:12 PM

lack of warmth: fiddlehead: Okay, let's step back from the flailing and straw feminism here and take a rational look at this approach.

Woman comes to boyfriend with a positive pregnancy test and thinks they should get married. Generally, the first ultrasound in pregnancy is at 8-10 weeks to confirm that the embryo is present and growing properly. So that's about 1 month past the positive test date. If the boyfriend is suspicious, why wouldn't he also go to this ultrasound appointment to confirm that there is an actual pregnancy? And who would really rush to get married in a month? Hell, if he was really concerned he could just ask her to take another test a week later. "Honey, sometimes these tests give false positives, can we take another to be sure?"

Nah, far better to believe that women are conniving biatches and men are too stupid to escape from their golddigging clutches.

Um, if she is willing to fake the first test then she will fake the next ones too.  It wouldn't be hard to 'schedule appointments' with a doctor during his work schedule.  He comes home and she tells him lies about everything going well.

In my story, I was the one who scammed her.  I knocked her up so she had to marry me and have more kids.  Jokes on her, she now has to sleep with me every night.


Lol, you need to administer the test yourself. Obviously.
 
2013-09-01 02:00:55 PM

milkyshirt: salimanmanbebobjo: Who trusts their future to a dollar store preganacy test?

and

Getting pregnant to trap a man is like using a nuke to get rid of ants.

When I first suspected I was pregnant with my second child, I knew it was pretty early so I went and bought one of those expensive ass tests that are supposed to be accurate up to a week or so before the first missed period. It turned out negative.

A few days later my symptoms intensified a bit, so I picked up another test for $1 at a Dollar General. It was positive, and accurate.

It's hard to get a false positive.


Yep. My assistant at work came in one Monday about 3 weeks ago all worried and excited at the same time, followed by her best friend (who also works at our office). She comes over to me and in a stage whisper says "I've been knocked up!". I said "are you sure?" and she said "I got 5 positive results on pregnancy tests yesterday!". She then went to a doctor for official confirmation that yes, she was about 6 weeks along by then. She was NOT happy about this; she had been planning her wedding for next June and now, all her plans were just RUINED.

Throw in severe morning sickness, cramps, lack of sleep, worry, constant crying, raging hormones, anxiety, loss of appetite, stress, and nicotine withdrawal (she was a nearly pack a day smoker until the pregnancy test), and she's now like a minefield where I am blindfolded and don't know what the mines even look like, not to mention where they are.

/got yelled at for being 'too nice' to her
//wants to just be left alone, but also to be treated 'like everyone else'
///if she's like this for the entire pregnancy no one around her will survive
 
2013-09-01 02:05:44 PM
FARKING PATRIARCHY!
 
2013-09-01 02:38:16 PM
Picture from TFA:

i.dailymail.co.uk

No comments about whether one would hit it?

/Would, but looks like somebody already did, and bought it
 
2013-09-01 02:45:16 PM
Sometimes I read these threads and am shocked as to how many people's lives are like stories from trashy daytime talk shows.  I guess I know these people exist, but it almost seems comically implausible that they do.  In short, if you find that you are frequently surrounded by people of this nature and you do not like it.  Perhaps you should remove yourself from the situation by either moving or finding new friends/lovers.  You are not a victim if things like this keep happening to you, you are a participant.  None of this is normal or epidemic.  If you think it is, you need to re-evaluate your life.
 
2013-09-01 02:48:56 PM

lack of warmth: fiddlehead: Okay, let's step back from the flailing and straw feminism here and take a rational look at this approach.

Woman comes to boyfriend with a positive pregnancy test and thinks they should get married. Generally, the first ultrasound in pregnancy is at 8-10 weeks to confirm that the embryo is present and growing properly. So that's about 1 month past the positive test date. If the boyfriend is suspicious, why wouldn't he also go to this ultrasound appointment to confirm that there is an actual pregnancy? And who would really rush to get married in a month? Hell, if he was really concerned he could just ask her to take another test a week later. "Honey, sometimes these tests give false positives, can we take another to be sure?"

Nah, far better to believe that women are conniving biatches and men are too stupid to escape from their golddigging clutches.

Um, if she is willing to fake the first test then she will fake the next ones too.  It wouldn't be hard to 'schedule appointments' with a doctor during his work schedule.  He comes home and she tells him lies about everything going well.


But how will she fake the other ones? Did she buy multiple tests on CL just in case? How will she dupe him if he buys another type of test himself? And if he is really concerned, then he should take time off work to go to the appointment. If he insists but she refuses then that's a huge warning flag. Hell, he could even call the dr and confirm the supposed appointment.
 
2013-09-01 03:16:54 PM
Hell, might as well have all men have their DNA on file, in case of unknown fathers of pregnancies. Plug the kid's DNA through the database and find the father that way.

No wait, that'd be invasive and creepy. Like mandatory paternity testing would be.
 
2013-09-01 03:17:32 PM
Much thanks to pecosdave for the TF! Now I can waste even more of my time lurking ;)
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-09-01 03:20:53 PM
Aiding and Abetting Fraud. Hang the biatches.

It's fraud in some sense, but in my state courts have held that matters of the heart are outside of the court's power to adjudicate. For example: A man lied about wanting kids and strung her along until she was too old before revealing he had had a vasectomy. She sued him for wrecking her life. The court said judges shouldn't get involved in such disputes. I imagine most states are similar. Even the more clearcut "alienation of affection" has been abolished in most states.
 
2013-09-01 03:27:17 PM
ex-fiance got knocked up, except she went through testing as a kid due to abuse from an uncle.  Testing showed she had a congenital defect which rendered her ovaries sterile.  She was the one shooting blanks.  So from day one, after the std tests are said and done, we start off sans protection because she's shooting blanks anyway.  3 weeks later, she's pregnant.  After 6 weeks, she has a miscarriage.  The egg wasn't an egg, just one of the blanks, but it had started to gestate in her womb, rather than being kicked out during her normal flow of the month.  Her body went through all the changes it thought were needed because of the "pregnancy."  Before the bad news, we had both thought it some sort of miracle, and we'd made plans for the marriage, wedding, what have you.  The emotional strain of the false pregnancy was too much for the relationship, and she got the idea that is she hadn't been with a guy, she wouldn't have had the issue.  So it was my fault that she had had the false pregnancy.

/so having the whole "I'm going to be a father" rug pulled from under me wasn't supposed to bother me?
//it was supposed to be just fun and games, then she pulls "it's all your fault" from the ashes of the experience
///working on getting current gf pregnant
 
2013-09-01 03:31:51 PM

Trance354: working on getting current gf pregnant


Well that makes perfect sense.
 
2013-09-01 03:39:07 PM

Saul T. Balzac: phrawgh: Make them mandatory. Covers all the bases.

Absolutely.  Mandatory testing before any name gets filled in the Parent #2 box.  And the results of the paternity test must be disclosed BEFORE anyone acknowledges paternity.


If paternity testing becomes mandatory, will a guy get little postcard in the mail just like for jury duty? Can he claim he didn't get the postcard? Or will some men start collecting postcards, ala "one from each of the 50 states?"
 
2013-09-01 03:39:21 PM

fiddlehead: lack of warmth:

Um, if she is willing to fake the first test then she will fake the next ones too.  It wouldn't be hard to 'schedule appointments' with a doctor during his work schedule.  He comes home and she tells him lies about everything going well.

But how will she fake the other ones? Did she buy multiple tests on CL just in case? How will she dupe him if he buys another type of test himself? And if he is really concerned, then he should take time off work to go to the appointment. If he insists but she refuses then that's a huge warning flag. Hell, he could even call the dr and confirm the supposed appointment.


Forget it, he's rolling.

You have to realize that MRAs are right: they're hopeless and helpless and can't do anything for themselves or figure anything out on their own without some form of subsidy, oversight, and support from society. And women? It's like they're straight out of Disney movies - if they're not helpless waifs in need of rescue, then they're conniving and evil beyond comprehension. There is no middle ground. Anywhere. Ever hear of the UN's agenda 21? You might not think it's related, but  that's exactly what they want you to think. David Cameron, Barack Obama, Li Keqiang...all of them, they're all in on it. As were their predecessors. Why? Because fark nice guys, that's why. Women want a man to mistreat them and dominate them and generally make their lives harder. They do! Otherwise why would they consistently give nice guys like me the cold shoulder? I don't do drugs, hit women, waste money, screw around. But women never look twice at me because I'm too nice. Is that fair? Is that right? Women are crazy and evil, period. Never mind how we're making them "look." What can oppressed MRAs do in the face of such reckless hate?

/You'll never convince anyone of anything. May as well tell them what they want to hear.
 
2013-09-01 03:42:47 PM

robohobo: Admiral_Halsey: I think it goes something like this:  Oops, birth control failed.  They quit using birth control for obvious reasons.  Girl actually gets pregnant.

That's why there needs to be a BC pill/shot for men.


I've heard of these things called "condoms"....
 
2013-09-01 03:52:08 PM

OgreMagi: the_cnidarian: Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

 If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.

Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.

In many (some?) states, if you do not object at the time the birth certificate is made, you are the father regardless of any paternity test in the future.  The test should be required by law before the birth certificate is issued.

 
2013-09-01 03:54:58 PM

milkyshirt: As a woman, I find the idea of trapping a man to be bad and stupid. Why the fark do you want to marry someone if you have to trick them into it? That's definitely going to be a sad and shiatty marriage.

Quit making women look crazy and evil.


THIS.

I would rather be single than be with someone meh. I consider part of feminism being self-sufficient. My bf knows I don't need him to make my life work, I just really really want him.

I also don't get the "bf/gf is just a source of regular nookie" take on relationships thing. Sounds like a feck buddy to me. But if that's your view and it all seems too much trouble then maybe it is better if you do stay single. For everyone.
 
2013-09-01 04:01:00 PM

WordyGrrl: Saul T. Balzac: phrawgh: Make them mandatory. Covers all the bases.

Absolutely.  Mandatory testing before any name gets filled in the Parent #2 box.  And the results of the paternity test must be disclosed BEFORE anyone acknowledges paternity.

If paternity testing becomes mandatory, will a guy get little postcard in the mail just like for jury duty? Can he claim he didn't get the postcard? Or will some men start collecting postcards, ala "one from each of the 50 states?"


The dude would have to submit his DNA as part of the paternity testing.  The hospital can inform the guy of the results (e.g., within a couple days of the kid being born).
 
2013-09-01 04:08:04 PM
My wife is due in 6 weeks, should I start collecting positive sticks?
 
2013-09-01 04:09:17 PM
Though sometimes I wonder...if I were pregnant, would it make me a bad person for wanting to make a quick buck by selling my positive pregnancy tests?
 
2013-09-01 04:12:34 PM

PillsHere: Sometimes I read these threads and am shocked as to how many people's lives are like stories from trashy daytime talk shows.  I guess I know these people exist, but it almost seems comically implausible that they do.  In short, if you find that you are frequently surrounded by people of this nature and you do not like it.  Perhaps you should remove yourself from the situation by either moving or finding new friends/lovers.  You are not a victim if things like this keep happening to you, you are a participant.  None of this is normal or epidemic.  If you think it is, you need to re-evaluate your life.


Agree with this. I have friends who can never find nice blokes and are now generally suspicious of men.

I'm tell them there are lots of great men around, they're just not the men these girls go for; the idiots don't even appear on my radar. As soon as someone second guesses what I say and does not take it at face value, I pretty much know we won't get along.

/Except for all the times I'm kidding.
//Nearly put rear instead of radar but no one is appearing on either right now.
 
2013-09-01 04:15:05 PM
If your "girlfriend" has to resort to such deception in order to manipulate you into marriage, then your girlfriend is trash, and so are you!

Make sure you take over a good double-wide, so you'll have room for your thirty kids!

i651.photobucket.com
 
2013-09-01 04:46:26 PM
Come on, guys.  How is this much more different than the time you poked holes in the condom before having sex with the hot rich girl way out of your league?
 
2013-09-01 05:04:55 PM
Nothin' a freshly dug hole in the desert can't fix.
 
2013-09-01 05:06:35 PM

robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.


that would never happen because that would let 25% of the men off the hook
 
2013-09-01 05:21:39 PM
I think we should have mandatory maternity tests as well. How does a woman know she didn't get tricked into delivering her husband's girlfriend's baby?
 
2013-09-01 05:22:54 PM

Esroc: .Anthracite: I already saw this posted all over Facebook. So we were second to Reddit and now we are second to Facebook??

/Whats the world coming to?

Fark has been the last place news gets posted to for quite awhile now. I usually just come here for the discussion after reading the news elsewhere and it usually takes hours before the story pops up here.


I do the same.   Reddit has a lot more information and stories but I hate the way it is formated.  I find fark a lot neater and more enjoyable to read the comments.
 
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