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re4tmp asked: Heard you was talking shit.

angrierpat:

GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY FACE TMP

ok-creeper:

yourfriendlyneighborhoodnab:

ok-creeper:

chubadunkers:

ok-creeper:

chubadunkers:

ok-creeper:

okcreepsters:

And here is how you take rejection.

(The first guy had specified in his profile that he was looking for a “baby” sub.)

It’s ironic that one of the qualities that women seem to appreciate is how well a man takes rejection, but they only learn this after they’ve already rejected him for some other reason.

If how well a man takes rejection is so important, maybe they should reject them all, then reevaluate the gracious ones.

Just an idea.

I think that maybe the wrong things are being focused on here…
They were relieved that he did not continue to pester or harass them, become aggressive or try to manipulate then.
The comment wasn’t on how taking rejection well opened up the possibility for a reevaluation. These women stated clearly that they do not want the type of relationship that these men are looking for and in n actually alright way.
This woman is not going to suddenly decide that she has an age rp kink because the guy she rejected was a decent human being.

I think you are focusing on the wrong things. My point is that it is ironic how a woman cannot find out about as very important personality trait until it’s too late.

Suppose she doesn’t reject someone and they start dating. She cannot possibly know what this person’s reaction will be to rejection until they break up. However, she knows this right away if she rejects them up front, but unless ahe rejects everyone at first it is a moot point.

You can only know how a man will handle rejection by rejecting him. That is called irony.

Ah! I was reading it in a very sarcastic tone.

It’s okay. Nobody “hears” anybody on the internet, they only hear their own interpretation of the words. This is why at least a phone call really helps clear things up, and people shouldn’t rely exclusively on text to judge a person’s intentions.

It isn’t ironic.  It’s about respecting boundaries.  There are plenty of ways to tell if a person you’re talking to can respect boundaries or not (for example: they don’t ask invasive questions, they read a woman’s profile and understand not to talk about or ask certain things she mentions that she doesn’t like).

The point of this post is to show men how to be decent when rejected.  This is just how people should act.  These guys weren’t assholes, good for them, but that doesn’t give them any more reason to have a chance with the people they messaged.

Nope, still ironic. All people can respect boundaries that are in agreement with their own. It is only when they come across one that they don’t agree with that they will have a problem.

If you and I agree on everything we’ve experienced so far, you cannot possibly know how I will react when a boundary is placed that we no longer agree on. It is only at that moment that you will know for certain how someone will react.

If you’ve never rejected this specific man, you cannot know how he will handle the rejection - not with 100% certainty. It is just impossible.

All people can respect boundaries, but many choose not to.  The original post wasn’t exactly “women appreciate a guy who can handle rejection” as much as “women appreciate people who can respect their decisions and are decent people”.  

There’s nothing wrong with the messages above, and I don’t think these two instances were worth giving second chances to for any of the parties involved.

ok-creeper:

chubadunkers:

ok-creeper:

chubadunkers:

ok-creeper:

okcreepsters:

And here is how you take rejection.

(The first guy had specified in his profile that he was looking for a “baby” sub.)

It’s ironic that one of the qualities that women seem to appreciate is how well a man takes rejection, but they only learn this after they’ve already rejected him for some other reason.

If how well a man takes rejection is so important, maybe they should reject them all, then reevaluate the gracious ones.

Just an idea.

I think that maybe the wrong things are being focused on here…
They were relieved that he did not continue to pester or harass them, become aggressive or try to manipulate then.
The comment wasn’t on how taking rejection well opened up the possibility for a reevaluation. These women stated clearly that they do not want the type of relationship that these men are looking for and in n actually alright way.
This woman is not going to suddenly decide that she has an age rp kink because the guy she rejected was a decent human being.

I think you are focusing on the wrong things. My point is that it is ironic how a woman cannot find out about as very important personality trait until it’s too late.

Suppose she doesn’t reject someone and they start dating. She cannot possibly know what this person’s reaction will be to rejection until they break up. However, she knows this right away if she rejects them up front, but unless ahe rejects everyone at first it is a moot point.

You can only know how a man will handle rejection by rejecting him. That is called irony.

Ah! I was reading it in a very sarcastic tone.

It’s okay. Nobody “hears” anybody on the internet, they only hear their own interpretation of the words. This is why at least a phone call really helps clear things up, and people shouldn’t rely exclusively on text to judge a person’s intentions.

It isn’t ironic.  It’s about respecting boundaries.  There are plenty of ways to tell if a person you’re talking to can respect boundaries or not (for example: they don’t ask invasive questions, they read a woman’s profile and understand not to talk about or ask certain things she mentions that she doesn’t like).

The point of this post is to show men how to be decent when rejected.  This is just how people should act.  These guys weren’t assholes, good for them, but that doesn’t give them any more reason to have a chance with the people they messaged.

okcdouchebags:

wtfokcreepy:

ihopeheboughtyouroses:

sodomymcscurvylegs:

catoverlord:

falcuntpunch:

trust me, you want to watch this

I JUST CACKLED SO FUCKING LOUD HOLY SHIT

WHAT IS EVEN HAPPENING?! WHAT YEAR IS THIS?! THE LAST 30 SECONDS FELT LIKE BEING BLINDSIDED BY A BUS!

What… I watched this without sound…help i need and adult

CRYING. I am actually crying. What the fuck did I just watch?

I think the noise would freak me out more than seeing a grapefruit wrapped around my dick.

Ranting time

What the hell is wrong with a fair amount of people today?

Every time someone does something to express hate for another group of people, exhibiting traits of racism, sexism, classism, etc, some fucking group of people have to come out and defend them.

Donald Sterling is a racist.  He consented to the recording of his private conversation.  It is not a crime for a consented conversation to be leaked out to the public, especially when he wasn’t being extorted in any way.  Yet people want to cover for the racist by going “OH WELL 1ST AMENDMENT WHAT HAPPENED TO PRIVACY DERP DERP” it’s ridiculous.

When Jordan Davis gets shot by a guy who APPROACHED HIM AND INSTIGATED EVERYTHING, somehow that Stand Your Ground law saves the murderer from any responsibility…and almost like a slap in the face, he gets charged for ATTEMPTED MURDER of the three boys he DIDN’T KILL!  What the fuck is that?

Men’s Rights Activists think that women are becoming too powerful… what?  Why are white men so fucking insecure about things?  Why can’t we be okay with the idea of everybody of every backround having equal standing, equal rights?  

Elliot Rodgers was a fucking sociopath, and he was partially motivated to kill women because our society pushes the idea that men have a right to women.  He was given justification for deciding to shoot women because he wasn’t getting what he thought was supposed to be handed to him.

Women have a right to their bodies, a right to say no, and a right to be angry about it.  Rapists are fucking criminals, and the amount of false rape accusations is NOTHING compared to the amount of real, violent, horrifying rapes that do happen.

You hear the phrase “white guilt” tossed around alot…and really I think it’s hard not to feel white guilt.  White men hold the most power in this country by far, and we have to watch as music companies owned by white men control the music industry so that it can disenfranchise black people and turn Hip-Hop into a bigger and bigger minstrel show.  I read about the ugly things that men say to women all of the time, and I have to hear about how any women with strong opinions, an open desire for sex, and/or bodies that don’t confide to what the normal beauty standards are get treated like they’re bitches/whores/cunts and the like.

What the fuck is wrong with the idea of people respecting each other, supporting each other, and all getting together to improve our communities?  I know there’s hope, but where the hell do you even begin with the way things are right now?