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2017-09-29 09:59:48 PM  
91 votes:
Assuming this is even real, she wasn't humiliated. She's incapable of being humiliated.

She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.
FNG [TotalFark] [BareFark]
2017-09-30 12:19:11 AM  
47 votes:
What she should have done was say this:

"I have been cheating on you and want to break up.  But to make you feel better, I've arranged for you to fark hot twin friends of mine.  We good?"
2017-09-29 10:29:43 PM  
47 votes:
Not only has she been cheating on him with a colleague, but she has no intention of breaking things off and had hoped to catch her boyfriend cheating to make it easier for her to end things.

Nice. This is why I hate reality TV - exploitative, vicarious titillation, appealing to lowest in us. It's not just that, though. It's used, all too often, as a guide in which to mimic such behavior in our own interactions.

It stains the soul and limits the intellect.
2017-09-29 09:36:15 PM  
43 votes:
Our civilization is a complete failure
2017-09-30 05:10:53 AM  
36 votes:

Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.


Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.
2017-09-30 12:46:48 AM  
28 votes:

FNG: What she should have done was say this:

"I have been cheating on you and want to break up.  But to make you feel better, I've arranged for you to fark hot twin friends of mine.  We good?"


I don't think those twins would have actually had sex with him. They're not sluts, they just play sluts on TV.
2017-09-30 01:22:36 AM  
19 votes:
Ungreen this trash "article".

/Yeah yeah it's not news...
2017-09-30 01:24:28 AM  
18 votes:
Not only has she been cheating on him with a colleague, but she has no intention of breaking things off and had hoped to catch her boyfriend cheating to make it easier for her to end things

She deserves to die alone.
2017-09-30 01:34:42 AM  
15 votes:
Remember this the next time someone pulls out the "single mother" card.

I've seen plenty of chicks who are flat-out lying about that and use the title for sympathy, even though there's an involved dad who never wanted the divorce.
2017-09-29 11:55:36 PM  
14 votes:

xraygun: Our civilization is a complete failure


I was encouraged there appeared to be one actual sentient human being in the video.

Better ratio than usually found...
2017-09-30 08:32:41 AM  
9 votes:

xanderak: Ungreen this trash "article".

/Yeah yeah it's not news...


The only person worth a shiat in the article is the boyfriend. The actresses should be embarrassed for trying to get someone to cheat on their partner, the host and the cameraman bag on the boyfriend for turning down the women, saying "he must be gay". And the girlfriend is the biggest problem of all. And she has no problem revealing to the world on video, that the only reason she did this is because she is cheating on the guy and won't stop cheating.

I hoped the boyfriend dropped her. And what a shiatty show concept.
2017-09-30 07:50:39 AM  
7 votes:

AngryDragon: Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.

Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.


I've noticed that over the years

Idiots who cheat start making that accusation

Thieves start looking for people to throw under the bus

And shiatty politicians telegraph and accuse their opponent of their actual intentions
2017-09-30 06:31:14 AM  
7 votes:

abhorrent1: Assuming this is even real, she wasn't humiliated. She's incapable of being humiliated.

She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.


She's pretty much a sociopath alright.
2017-09-30 12:23:19 PM  
6 votes:

AngryDragon: Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.

Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.


I was married to someone like this person. Everything she did, she did for US!
If she didn't want to do something I wanted to do, I should just be supportive of what she wanted.
If I didn't want to do something she wanted to do, I was being unsupportive and mentally abusive. It's  one way street, ALWAYS.

She would accuse me of drinking too much as I had my second beer and she emptied the last of her second bottle of wine into a glass.

If I was upset by something she did or said, there was no apology. It was...
"how dare you be mad at me for hurting your feelings. You need to apologize to me for hurting my feelings by being mad at ME for hurting your feelings!"

I doubt this is real but if it is, this dude needs to run and not look back.
2017-09-30 08:25:08 AM  
6 votes:
In fairness, TFD has pretty much proven the rule that if you're significant other is going on about your potential indiscretions and making accusations constantly, they're generally projecting their own indiscretions on you, because obviously if they're stepping out, they can't be the only one.

Or pretty much, most humans for that matter. Some people are only kinda OK with monogamy. And some of them just suck at it.
2017-09-30 07:16:42 AM  
6 votes:

TheVirginMarty: abhorrent1: Assuming this is even real, she wasn't humiliated. She's incapable of being humiliated.

She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

She's pretty much a sociopath alright.


Well, you can't expect the poor woman to act like a real person - she's imaginary, made up for the article.
If you were imaginary, you'd have trouble adhering to a consistent ethos as well.
2017-09-30 02:14:00 AM  
6 votes:
This is bullcrap. How'd it get greened?
2017-09-30 01:23:58 AM  
6 votes:

abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.


hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.
2017-09-30 01:58:03 AM  
5 votes:

wolfemane: Is this geek news because he was...  is...  a broadband "engineer"?


Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one that raised an eyebrow at that. The hell kind of "engineer" installs  home internet?
2017-09-30 01:12:40 AM  
5 votes:
What a coont
2017-09-30 04:55:27 PM  
4 votes:

happydude45: grokca: PadreScout: wolfemane: Is this geek news because he was...  is...  a broadband "engineer"?

Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one that raised an eyebrow at that. The hell kind of "engineer" installs  home internet?

One that graduated from Trump U.

Or works for Hillary and Wasserman


It's pathetic to see someone Smart and Funny himself.
2017-09-30 12:51:48 PM  
4 votes:

grokca: PadreScout: wolfemane: Is this geek news because he was...  is...  a broadband "engineer"?

Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one that raised an eyebrow at that. The hell kind of "engineer" installs  home internet?

One that graduated from Trump U.


Or works for Hillary and Wasserman
2017-09-30 07:25:26 AM  
4 votes:
Yeah, bro! biatches bein' biatches, amiright?

Was this lovely little article suppose to make people feel good somehow? Who takes pleasure in watching this?
2017-09-30 07:05:37 AM  
4 votes:

xraygun: Our civilization is a complete failure


No kidding, he's not married, he should have banged them both.
2017-09-30 01:48:20 AM  
4 votes:
Is this geek news because he was...  is...  a broadband "engineer"?
2017-09-30 01:42:55 AM  
4 votes:

blorpen: The woman's broadband engineer boyfriend is sent out on a job to to help install someone's internet.

So he actually did fix the cable?


Don't be fatuous.
2017-09-30 01:17:02 AM  
4 votes:

fusillade762: FNG: What she should have done was say this:

"I have been cheating on you and want to break up.  But to make you feel better, I've arranged for you to fark hot twin friends of mine.  We good?"

I don't think those twins would have actually had sex with him. They're not sluts, they just play sluts on TV.


But now real sluts might read TFA and everything will work out for him.
2017-09-30 12:21:11 PM  
3 votes:

eltejon: SurfaceTension: FormlessOne: Not only has she been cheating on him with a colleague, but she has no intention of breaking things off and had hoped to catch her boyfriend cheating to make it easier for her to end things.

Nice. This is why I hate reality TV - exploitative, vicarious titillation, appealing to lowest in us. It's not just that, though. It's used, all too often, as a guide in which to mimic such behavior in our own interactions.

It stains the soul and limits the intellect.

I've had multiple Trump voters tell me that how he was on his Apprentice show made them believe he was capable of running the country.

Remember the same people who put this crap on TV week after week, and is watched loyally by millions across the political spectrum, are the same decision makers who created Trump... and gave him nearly endless free media.

Yeah the same people chasing sweet sweet ratings and the ad money that follows. Now they do the same with the news and talk shows.


It never hurts to remember what I call "the formula": if you're consuming it for free, then you are the product that the content provider is delivering to its advertisers.
2017-09-30 10:27:40 AM  
3 votes:
Apparently "sanitation engineer" for garbageman was but the beginning of a ridiculous slope. The kid you hire to mow on weekends is now a landscape maintenance engineer.
2017-09-29 11:55:34 PM  
3 votes:
FormlessOne:

It's just boring
2017-09-30 09:42:13 PM  
2 votes:

AquaTatanka: abhorrent1: AngryDragon: Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.

Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.

I was married to someone like this person. Everything she did, she did for US!
If she didn't want to do something I wanted to do, I should just be supportive of what she wanted.
If I didn't want to do something she wanted to do, I was being unsupportive and mentally abusive. It's  one way street, ALWAYS.

She would accuse me of drinking too much as I had my second beer and she emptied the last of her second bottle of wine into a glass.

If I was upset by something she did or said, there was no apology. It was...
"how dare you be mad at me for hurting your feelings. You need to apologize to me for hurting my feelings by being mad at ME for hurting your feelings!"

I doubt this is real but if it is, this dude needs to run and not look back.

I dated that girl.  'Stay away from that girl' is great advice.  That girl ends up single with 14 cats.


Except for the drinking, that sounds like my ex-wife.  It got to the point where I was so miserable I thought about staging a car accident.  Even had a couple of good, sturdy trees in mind.  I could just unbuckle my seatbelt (not illegal here) and accelerate right into one.  I worked a very late second shift, so it would look like I dozed off on the way home.  She'd get the insurance and be able to set herself up a little better than we were doing.

Then I met someone else, and just in hanging out with her, realized how utterly miserable I was.  Tried to be just friends with this new girl (And she really is a girl, being 16 years younger than me.), but that wasn't going to work.  Told my wife there was someone else I was falling in love with.  We staggered on for another 6 months or so, tried couples counselling, I moved into my office upstairs.  I'd really wanted to just end things, but figured I should ease into it to keep from coming home to find her dead in the tub with slit wrists.  We finally decided it was over and she moved back to live with her mother (and several cats).  Finally, just two days before our 10th anniversary, I got my copy of the finalized divorce papers.

It's been a couple years since the split.  The young lady and I are still going strong.
2017-09-30 07:18:24 PM  
2 votes:
media.tenor.com
2017-09-30 03:51:44 PM  
2 votes:

Kittypie070: This is bullcrap.


Ya think???

img.fark.net
2017-09-30 03:20:07 PM  
2 votes:

abhorrent1: Assuming this is even real, she wasn't humiliated. She's incapable of being humiliated.

She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.


Bingo. I had a ex who use to do that shiat to me(I didn't cheat even once). Her friend got pissed at her, and told me she was the one cheating. They do it to justify their own shiaty ways.
2017-09-30 08:38:49 AM  
2 votes:

AngryDragon: Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.

Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.


Yep.

Ran into a beautiful example 20 years ago; living in a house with 6 people, 2 who were in a relationship. The man in the relationship accused his girlfriend of sleeping with me. Turned out he was sleeping with the girlfriend of another roommate (his girlfriend was living on her own) and was trying to make it look like he was justified for when he got caught. So when it came out, his relationship was done (was done before, but that made it official) and he lost a life long friend, tore apart his group of friends (losing most of his childhood friends) and ended up literally leaving the country a few years later.
2017-09-29 09:41:01 PM  
2 votes:
It really isn't that hard to have a happy breakup. You just get married and take out a huge insurance policy, then...well you can figure it out.
2017-09-30 12:05:32 PM  
1 vote:

grokca: PadreScout: wolfemane: Is this geek news because he was...  is...  a broadband "engineer"?

Haha, I'm glad I'm not the only one that raised an eyebrow at that. The hell kind of "engineer" installs  home internet?

One that graduated from Trump U.


Bullshiat. He actually has a job.
2017-09-30 12:03:41 PM  
1 vote:

SurfaceTension: FormlessOne: Not only has she been cheating on him with a colleague, but she has no intention of breaking things off and had hoped to catch her boyfriend cheating to make it easier for her to end things.

Nice. This is why I hate reality TV - exploitative, vicarious titillation, appealing to lowest in us. It's not just that, though. It's used, all too often, as a guide in which to mimic such behavior in our own interactions.

It stains the soul and limits the intellect.

I've had multiple Trump voters tell me that how he was on his Apprentice show made them believe he was capable of running the country.


Remember the same people who put this crap on TV week after week, and is watched loyally by millions across the political spectrum, are the same decision makers who created Trump... and gave him nearly endless free media.

Yeah the same people chasing sweet sweet ratings and the ad money that follows. Now they do the same with the news and talk shows.
2017-09-30 11:21:31 AM  
1 vote:

big pig peaches: Oh gee, advertisement for a crappy fake reality TV show. Not surprising for fark, but why the geek tab?


Duh! Because all geeks are trilby tipping, neck bearded, MRAs. This fiction, er, story is their bread and butter. Keep up.
2017-09-30 10:43:42 AM  
1 vote:
Fakety McFakeface
2017-09-30 07:39:36 AM  
1 vote:
Oh gee, advertisement for a crappy fake reality TV show. Not surprising for fark, but why the geek tab?
2017-09-30 07:36:17 AM  
1 vote:
AngryDragon:
PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.

For some strange reason, that immediately brought a certain payaso to mind.  The one with the big orange fright wig and the Twitter habit.
2017-09-30 05:50:37 AM  
1 vote:
And then the murders began...
2017-09-30 05:34:14 AM  
1 vote:

AngryDragon: Weaver95: abhorrent1: She was upset that he didn't do what she wanted him to do to make her feel better about herself because everything is all about her.

hey, I've dated that woman!  yeah, it didn't end well.

Never does.  My ex was sleeping with someone my son's age.  I was accused of cheating with at least four other women before I finally caught her red-handed.

PROTIP: If someone starts falsely accusing you of doing something out of the blue (cheating, drugs, stealing, etc.), watch their feet.  They've likely telegraphed their own indiscretions.


Dr. Lightman? Is that you?
2017-09-30 03:32:24 AM  
1 vote:

FNG: fusillade762: FNG: What she should have done was say this:

"I have been cheating on you and want to break up.  But to make you feel better, I've arranged for you to fark hot twin friends of mine.  We good?"

I don't think those twins would have actually had sex with him. They're not sluts, they just play sluts on TV.

I was ignoring that part of reality, work with me here.


Okay, fine

*zip*
2017-09-30 03:18:42 AM  
1 vote:

AnotherBluesStringer: It really isn't that hard to have a happy breakup. You just get married and take out a huge insurance policy, then...well you can figure it out.


age is so very important in playing The Insurance Game. if you don't marry an old fart with one foot in the grave you'll be playing The Waiting Game a really long time.
2017-09-30 02:44:14 AM  
1 vote:

FormlessOne: Not only has she been cheating on him with a colleague, but she has no intention of breaking things off and had hoped to catch her boyfriend cheating to make it easier for her to end things.

Nice. This is why I hate reality TV - exploitative, vicarious titillation, appealing to lowest in us. It's not just that, though. It's used, all too often, as a guide in which to mimic such behavior in our own interactions.

It stains the soul and limits the intellect.


I've had multiple Trump voters tell me that how he was on his Apprentice show made them believe he was capable of running the country.
2017-09-30 12:12:38 AM  
1 vote:
The woman's broadband engineer boyfriend is sent out on a job to to help install someone's internet.

So he actually did fix the cable?
 
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