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Dec 13, 2006 @ 1:02 PM Alcohol and sex    
DarkKnightWalking


Posts: 581
So sayeth the anonymous picc'ed new poster...
No, thats called mannerly and damned good judgement. Taking advantage of someone who is totally drunk like that will get you into a lot of legal trouble quite easily.
And just a tip....never a good idea as a newcomer to outright bash someone as a 6th post. That will get you labeled a troll with amazing speed, and trolls are not welcome here. Speak your opinion always, but leave the bashing out.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 1:48 PM Alcohol and sex    
Rockstar8869


Posts: 46
You are right on DKW.....the point is respect, just goes to show how little respect men have for woman and why they never return messages to some of the whiners out there, but the real men on here are getting lots of emails and friends on our list....hmmm

Thou that thinks of ones self first, shall pass alone.......
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 2:38 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
I don't remember "bashing" anyone, I do not happen to appreciate "dude".
Nor do I remember asking you for a speech or advice. If you or anyone does not like or appreciate my sense of humour, no worries. I understand. But, if I have a question about manners or judgement, I'll ask. No need for ya to run your mouth until then.
Huh, I didn't realize you were the welcoming committee.
I don't know what a troll is. Hey, maybe you can explain that one to me, since I am asking.
I don't remember whinging either. Funny what some people read into things.
Cheers
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 2:53 PM Alcohol and sex    
Rockstar8869


Posts: 46
Oh what sxze called you....sry missed that, it looked almost like you were calling someone gay....my bad
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 2:58 PM Alcohol and sex    
canuhelpme258


Posts: 3,351
He was calling someone gay, thats the problem, and why people are upset, just because a man acted gentlemanly, does not make him gay. I'm also supposing by gay you mean less manly, and thats insulting to the gay community as well.

If that was meant as a joke, being that you're new you may connsider letting folks know you're joking.... just a few words of advice.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 3:05 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
Yes, I am new, but GD, read the freakin words. Someone says "dude", which I do not care for, I said "it feels gay", as in it makes ME feel gay. As in, please do not call me dude.
Fuck, am I gonna have to explain everything? I don't see how any person could interpret me calling anyone, anything.
And again 258, I'll ask for your advice when I want some advice.
Perhaps this is why there seems to be a very small amount of people in these forums in relation to the membership, I don't know.
Peace
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 3:11 PM Alcohol and sex    
canuhelpme258


Posts: 3,351
Jesus dude, all ya gotta do is type clear, I mean damn man, how many thought the same thing as I?
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 3:23 PM Alcohol and sex    
sundance64


Posts: 1,581
OMFG!! What the fuck is your problem doc?? All anyone here is trying to do is give you some friendly...FRIENDLY...advice and you go and take it all personal!
First of all...teenagers consider 'dude' to be a conotation for 'gay'. We...as adults tend to bat it around very casually...it doesnt mean anything! Don't take it personally!
Second...this is a FORUM!! We can pretty much say what we want...and we don't bash each other or new people coming in to join us. We want new people who are intelligent and want to have fun to stay! Just take the advice in the spirit it was given ...or don't. But don't tell people what to post...that's childish. If you don't like the advice that's being given...then don't take it. But no need to throw a fit over it. Damn!
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 3:25 PM Alcohol and sex    
DarkKnightWalking


Posts: 581
Same as Rockstar said, I mis-read. My apologies in response to the "gay" comment.

However...as to the rest.
No, thats called mannerly and damned good judgement. Taking advantage of someone who is totally drunk like that will get you into a lot of legal trouble quite easily.
That was my personal opinion of the aforementioned discussion about whether or not to "slip it to someone who is drunk." My opinion and I can damn well add mine to the rest, same as anyone else here. As a fairly long time member and regular poster, I "run my mouth" as you wish to put it ,very often thank you very much.I don't see that changing anytime, either.

No, I am not the welcoming committee at all. I am the voice of reason, at least up until the time one does not listen to reason, then I become something else entirely. I would tell you to ask the ones who have refused to listen to reason before, oh, but I'm sorry, they dont have accounts here anymore. Funny how that happens around here.

Bottom line is...around here, its best to slowly work into the crowd and yes be a tad cautious about how you phrase things, due to the fact we all don't like bashing or any racially or sexually demeaning terms. Yes, I apologize again for mis-reading your comment. And recently there has been a large influx of "trolls" around here lately, so people are twitchy around here as well.

Since you asked what a troll is, here is a definition from urbandictionary.com:

One who purposely and deliberately (that purpose usually being self-amusement) starts an argument in a manner which attacks others on a forum without in any way listening to the arguments proposed by his or her peers. He will spark of such an argument via the use of ad hominem attacks with no substance or relevence to back them up as well as straw man arguments, which he uses to simply avoid addressing the essence of the issue.

One from Answers.com:

n. An individual who chronically trolls in sense 1; regularly posts specious arguments, flames or personal attacks to a newsgroup, discussion list, or in email for no other purpose than to annoy someone or disrupt a discussion. Trolls are recognizable by the fact that they have no real interest in learning about the topic at hand - they simply want to utter flame bait. Like the ugly creatures they are named after, they exhibit no redeeming characteristics, and as such, they are recognized as a lower form of life on the net, as in, “Oh, ignore him, he's just a troll.”

I apologize for the thrid time in saying I was the one that caused this by mis-reading your comment. Was originally intended as friendly yet firm advice, but you indicate you dont need any advice. So be it. Reap what you sow. We can all go back to business as usual or not, matters little to me.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 5:11 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
Thanks for the explanation of troll. I really did not know.
Cheers
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 5:17 PM Alcohol and sex    
DarkKnightWalking


Posts: 581
Quite welcome

Cheers as well
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 5:23 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
Ah hell, I can't help myself and my mouth runs away..also.
Sun, 1st, stop with the "adults" line. It is a tired line and if I wish to take things like a teenager, so be it. I am sure our idea of what an "adult" is, is probably far apart.
I don't take anything personally, quite frankly I say what I want, just as you do. Actually, I am a calm person who smiles a lot at all of this and enjoys the responses, but maybe does not agree with some of them. Perogative, right?
And let's stay way away from talk about "intelligence", if ya gotta prove it, talk about it, or define it, I doubt the person doing so really understands it. I prefer to "see" it and don't need a mother here, or anywhere to define mature adult interaction or what is childish in YOUR eyes, not mine.
So, no fit, just me typing away, saying what overfloweth my lips.
And pardons to anyone I might have offended, which was not my intention. If I do not type clearly....oh well, worse things in life to worry about.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 5:26 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
"No, I am not the welcoming committee at all. I am the voice of reason, at least up until the time one does not listen to reason, then I become something else entirely. I would tell you to ask the ones who have refused to listen to reason before, oh, but I'm sorry, they dont have accounts here anymore. Funny how that happens around here."


Yeah, I'm worried mate. Gonna get dropped from a free site. Damn.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 6:02 PM Alcohol and sex    
DarkKnightWalking


Posts: 581
I should listen to ponme more...
"Don't feed the trolls."

I apologized...three times as a matter of fact, and left it lie, even attempted to smooth it over. But like all trolls do, you just had to come back and rub the wound back open. Whatever, dude. Nice not knowing you.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 6:22 PM Alcohol and sex    
DrPantySnifferMD


Posts: 18
"Dude"?

That felt really gay.

Thanks to not feed me Dark, I wasn't here to meet or know you in any case. Yes, I overstep, but I guess it was the tough guy personna, the idea of a threat, that just rubbed me wrong.
Yep, nice not knowin ya also.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 6:45 PM Alcohol and sex    
ynot7769


Posts: 20,639
hell i can't help but ask.....

DPS....didn't you come here for fun? is it so hard or uncommon that a new person has to learn the ropes in a group? isn't that just a bit of a normal thing? and sure...advice... sure you don't have to use the advice......well.....guess in the end ...don't matter....gl
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 7:48 PM Alcohol and sex    
sundance64


Posts: 1,581
Sun, 1st, stop with the "adults" line. It is a tired line and if I wish to take things like a teenager, so be it. I am sure our idea of what an "adult" is, is probably far apart.

Yes...quite far apart. And since this is an Adult site...I will absolutely NOT stop with the Adults line. Sometime people really do need to be reminded that they are dealing with Adults here...not adolescents. And I will get support for that position on this site.

And let's stay way away from talk about "intelligence", if ya gotta prove it, talk about it, or define it, I doubt the person doing so really understands it. I prefer to "see" it and don't need a mother here, or anywhere to define mature adult interaction or what is childish in YOUR eyes, not mine.

If you want to stay away from talk about intelligence then you truly should find another venue. I don't have to prove anything here...I've been on this site long enough that my intelligence has been proven over and over. You, on the other hand, while you may not feel the need to prove anything to a bunch of strangers...will find yourself at best ignored here if you continue with the attitude you've displayed so far.
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 9:06 PM Alcohol and sex    
Sunshinegal35


Posts: 646
I know that having an alcoholic beverage can take the edge off when I'm nervous- namely a first date. However getting drunk in that situation isn't good either, because then I lose my ability to make good decisions. And I always want to make good decisions (like not missing out on sex! ).
But as I get older, I'm finding out I don't need the alcoholic crutch like I used to. Today I went on a lunch date and had just Diet Coke to get me through! LOL And the date went great!
I can't imagine a woman crying rape just because her date didn't call her after a couple of weeks.....but I suppose there are those type of women out there. If I go on a date and the dude hasn't called after three days, I'm on to the next dude LOL
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 9:22 PM Alcohol and sex    
JJN4Fun


Posts: 2,999
Day-um! I'm gone for ONE afternoon and all hell breaks loose! Dr - as they said, "dude" is simply a common expression, and a fairly relaxed one. You are the first person I've "met" who is offended at being called that. That's all you had to say - won't happen again (from me, at least, not intentionally) Though, I'm not sure why it would make you feel "gay"...when I think of a dude one of 2 things comes to mind; cowboy (and I'm not talking about on Brokeback Mountain), and surfers...But to each his own.

Didn't mean to get shit started - for once! Damn, am I getting soft in my old age???


Wait a minute - Sunshinegal had a date? DO TELL!!! *giggle*
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Dec 13, 2006 @ 9:52 PM Alcohol and sex    
31sunshine


Posts: 76
For me, the more I drink the more I want to sleep, so once I stop drinking then your out of luck because all I want to do is sleep so for me why drink to induce sex? I never get any in that case. lol

I did once go on a blind date with a guy who had 2 "courage drinks" before dinner, 1 at dinner and 2 shots to get through the date. Am I really that bad? hmmmm

I just don't get it that there really are women who cry rape when it didn't happen, I mean where is your integrity that someone can do that? I just don't get it.

Sunshinegal, I'm with you...if he doesn't call after 3 days then bye bye
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