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Aug 13 I Hate Screen Names commented on Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater?.
14/16/19: I dunno. Controlling your emotions is one of the first things you should learn on the path to becoming an adult. If you can keep your anger in check-- which we expect everyone to do-- then you can keep your hard-on in check.
Aug 12 I Hate Screen Names commented on SL Letter of the Day: Neverlasting Love.
How can this asshat be "a loving and devoted dad" if he's exposing his toddler to his fuck-em-and-leave-em antics?

I have a hard time believing someone that staggeringly immature can be a good parent. Unless the author is confusing friendship with parenting.
Aug 12 I Hate Screen Names commented on Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater?.
My experience is that most people don't want their partner to fuck other people, and are willing to offer not fucking other people themselves to get that. In other words, their partner's monogamy is the benefit, and their own monogamy is the cost they're willing to endure to get it.

This incentive structure is inherently doomed. Since the only reason they're forgoing fucking other people is to keep their partners "faithful," they need only appear not to fuck other people to get what they want. Cheating abounds.
Aug 5 I Hate Screen Names commented on There Has to Be a Better Way to Say "Really, Really Gay".
On a scale of 1 to 100, with 1 being "totally straight" and 100 being "Marcus Bachmann's fantasies so he can keep it up while fucking Michele."
Aug 5 I Hate Screen Names commented on SL Letter of the Day: This Cheater Will Never Stop Cheating.
Our kids are 3 and 4, and I don't know if I'm going to hurt them in the long run with this kind of behavior.
I think you do know whether your behavior will hurt your kids, else you wouldn't have asked. You're just pretending you don't know so that you can keep going on as you have. So:

1. As a parent, your primary duty is to protect and nurture your kids.
2. Keeping this CPOS in your life is hurting your kids.
3. Fulfill your primary duty.
Aug 4 I Hate Screen Names commented on SL Letter of the Day: This Cheater Will Never Stop Cheating.
@10: Alas, "literally" now also means figuratively. For example, look at definition 4 on dictionary.com:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/l…

I guess I can now say that the standardization of piss-poor grammar is literally killing me.
Aug 4 I Hate Screen Names commented on Savage Love.
On reflection, I think Dan's mistake was in analogizing inability to commit (for whatever reason) with having a fetish. I think the better analogy is to compare no potential commitment with no potential sex.

The relationship that an asexual person would seek is very different from the "normal" relationship we sexuals seek, in that sex is off the table. Because of that, asexuals are (IMO) morally obligated to disclose their asexuality up front, no later than the first date. Nor can an asexual insist-- as Hunter obnoxiously does-- that sexuals should be required to actually ask "do you like sex?" before disclosing their asexuality. In part, that's because there's often no easy way to ask about libido without coming off as sketchy, particularly at the first date.

The same holds for a person looking for a piece on the side: the relationship they are offering is very different from the "normal" one, in that commitment is off the table. As with asexuals, the guy or gal looking for a piece is morally obligated to proactively disclose that inherent limitation on the first date. This would be the case even if the person wasn't actually in a relationship, but merely looking for something fun before they ship overseas for a year. As with libido, it's difficult to ask about willingness to commit on the first date without giving the wrong idea.

Note how dissimilar asexuality and a-commitment are from a fetish. A dude who loves feet or a gal into diapers is not offering a fundamentally different type of relationship than the expected one; s/he's merely disclosing sexual quirks that s/he would like to have met in a relationship. It may be a good idea to be up front about these quirks, but I don't think their disclosure is required as when sex or commitment are off the table.
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Jul 29 I Hate Screen Names commented on Savage Love.
I disagree with Dan on SHOP. Disclosing that you're neither single nor emotionally available is a first-date conversation, along with other known deal-breakers like "I'm married and looking to cheat on my spouse" or "I'm a chain smoker." That doesn't mean you need to disclose everything up front, of course. Just the stuff that you know matters enough to many (most) people that they would immediately disqualify you on its basis.
Jul 1 I Hate Screen Names commented on On Valentine's Day, On Your Wedding Day, When Your Team is Competing in the World Cup....
I'm not sure how Mexico fucking first would have prevented Robben (who plays for the Dutch) from diving, or given the ref the sense to detect the flagrant dive. I'm just saying.
 
 

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