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Dating: The lies we tell

Have you ever been excited over a potential romance, started to feel hopeful, and later discovered they were less then truthful about who they are? The lies we tell only come back to haunt us, so why do we lie so much!?

What should you do if you catch the person you are dating in a lie? Not a huge, disturbing lie – but something small, insignificant? Is that a sign of a bigger problem with truth telling?

I know a lot of guys think lying is a part of relationships. They believe in order to keep the peace, it’s better to leave things out, conceal the truth. It’s a simpler way of dealing with the complicated part of dating and relationships.

How much truth can we handle in dating? Is lying a necessary evil that we all have to contend with just so we can hook up?

Happy Monday!

By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog

231 comments Add your comment

Sure

November 21st, 2011
7:55 am

Foxy

November 21st, 2011
8:08 am

GM and Happy Thanksgiving Kids!
Foxy knows that Patience reveals Deception. We love to look at new…but look at who is still there.

LeeH1

November 21st, 2011
8:26 am

Some people lie to themselves. Other lie to other people. “They say Jove laughs at lover’s lies” is from Romeo and Juliet, and is well known.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
8:31 am

Good morning!

Why do we lie? – To make ourselves look good. A lot believe “little white lies” are harmless. What often occurs is people don’t remember those little white lies, and before you know it mushrooms into something altogether. Be yourself and you may or may not hit a home run.

I would rather handle the “whole truth” than bits and pieces of lies trying to put the relationship puzzle together.

WOW

November 21st, 2011
8:33 am

@Sure

U should b careful in ur confidence since men no longer corner the market in deception. While you think a moment may b worth the lies and what u feel is game and u “one up” is it worth the blow 2 follow delivered by that same woman where u never even saw it coming? Careful with ur cockiness now. I love a man that believes his own lies. Just because she’s not pronounced u 4 what u r doesn’t mean u’ve outslicked.

WOW

November 21st, 2011
8:42 am

Enter your comments here

WOW

November 21st, 2011
8:57 am

And how do I assume sure is a man? Women aren’t stupid or as cocky and displays discretion IF she plays along.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
8:57 am

Morning everyone. Been in and out of the hospital lately. At home now, hopefully for good. While dating, I had trouble holding on to women because I ALWAYS told the truth. The difference between me and other guys, I suppose, was that I didn’t care about the consequences of telling the truth. Let’s face it, the worst thing that can happen if you tell the truth, is he/she will leave you, or not go out with you again. Well, all one has to do in that case, is go find someone else. Simple. My wife(girlfriend, then) struggled with this, but she finally realized that she could always know what was on my mind, cause I never held back. Ask me a question, expect the truth.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
9:06 am

@Reio ~ and that’s how it should be.

Hope your recovery will be a smoother one now that you are home. Welcome home!

Robert

November 21st, 2011
9:14 am

“How much truth can we handle in dating? ”

From my experience most women would rather you tell them the truth, no matter what, so they can make-up their own minds whether or not they want to continue with the relationship. Most men do not realize this fact until they find themselfs caught in the act of deception. Most men can not handle the truth. For example I have a friend who caught his wife in the act. Over the years he had several affairs, but could not handle the truth when the shoe was on the other foot.

mark

November 21st, 2011
9:17 am

lying is a DEALBREAKER! i have 4 DEALBREAKERS!
1. no smokers
2.no drinkers above a social level
3. No Sistas that have or would Date a WHITEMAN
4. NO LIIES PLEASE DONT EVER LIE TO ME!!!!

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
9:26 am

Good morning, all!

Reio, glad to see you back, and hope you continue to recover.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
9:31 am

(waving) Morning, Leggs!!! :)

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
9:32 am

Morning ITL.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
9:33 am

@ Leggs.- Thanks!

Reio

November 21st, 2011
9:36 am

@ mark – Your #3 defines you as a stupid damn fool. Unworthy dimwit.

disco

November 21st, 2011
9:37 am

good morning. and since I just watched Ray over the weekend I’ll say “scratch a lie, find a thief” and I sure as heck won’t be with anyone who will steal from me. maybe 20 years ago I would have overlooked the small lies that were meant to impress. now, though, any grown man who still feels the need to lie to impress needs to go find another chick to lie to. I’m not the one.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
9:40 am

abc

November 21st, 2011
9:48 am

I’m not even going to get started, except to offer this: if they’ll lie about small and inconsequential, they’ll certainly lie about things that matter. Lying is a character flaw. Make your own choices.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
9:53 am

@ Into the Light – Thank you. Recovering well. 4 year old granddaughter showed up last night here in Birmingham from Marietta, Ga. for Thanksgiving.
My question is “why lie?” What does one hope or expect to gain from lying? If being oneself and being truthful is not good enough for the other person, just move on. Seems simple to me.

Fred G. Sanford, Jr.

November 21st, 2011
10:06 am

I think everyone lies to some extent early in relationships.

For instance “I’m single” typically means “I don’t have an official boyfriend/girlfriend, but somebody is occupying my free time.”

Lies like the above are expected, so I’m usually not offended too much. After all, I’d be stupid to think that any reasonably attractive woman has NO ONE on her radar.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
10:08 am

“For instance “I’m single” typically means “I don’t have an official boyfriend/girlfriend, but somebody is occupying my free time.”

Sometimes, it means that, but not always.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
10:14 am

Had this conversation once :
Her – Do you think she’s pretty? ( “She” was her younger sister, 17 months younger)
Me – Yes
Her – Prettier than me?
Me – Yes.
Her – When did you decide THIS!?
Me – When I first saw her.
Her – And you didn’t say anything?
Me – Say what?
Her – What you just told me.
Me – Why would I?
Her – Well,you just did.
Me – That’s cause you asked me.
Her – You could’ve said something else.
Me – I simply answered you question. If you…….
This went on a while. She wanted lies, expected lies. I couldn’t do it,
so we sort of drifted apart. It was never the same after that conversation.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
10:14 am

Yay, Reio! You spelled “Marietta” correctly! Good for you! :)

Sometimes “I’m single” means “I’m single.”

Reio

November 21st, 2011
10:20 am

@ Into the Light – Thanks. I can spell it, thanks to you guys.

abc

November 21st, 2011
10:21 am

Reio, there’s only one answer to “do these jeans make me look fat”, and it isn’t the truth. It’s not that I’ll lie — I’ll say something oblique to avoid answering the ‘is she prettier than me’ kind of questions, though. Probably something like, “what kind of loaded question is that?!”. I’d still drop them, probably, due to being so shallow.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
10:23 am

@ abc – Never could do that. Ask a question of me, expect the truth. I didn’t care about what happened afterwards. Still don’t.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
10:27 am

Nevermind, SexyC already said it.

abc

November 21st, 2011
10:29 am

There’s a difference between honesty and insensitivity. I’m sure you know how to conduct yourself such that you can be honest without being unkind, direct questions or not.

disco

November 21st, 2011
10:30 am

abc – I like the evasive answer. sort of like how I never tell folks that their not so cute babies are cute. I will usually compliment their outfit, hair, shoes, something but I’ll never say “he/she’s so cute”. some babies just aren’t cute. of course, if someone ever asked me straight up if i thought their baby was cute that’d be a whole new scenario….

Reio

November 21st, 2011
10:34 am

My inability to use tact is what my 3 older sisters told me was the reason I had trouble maintaining relationships. I got better over the years, but a direct question gets a direct truthful answer, then and now. Sorry.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
10:34 am

Morning everyone!

Reio – “Why lie?” reminds me of this sign I saw a homeless man holding up years ago. It said “Why lie? I want money for some beer and cigarettes!” That cracked me up!LOL!!

Rather dull topic, but I realize it must get tough coming up with fresh topics every day.

What I will say is that both genders lie for different reasons, with the top one I think being that they are afraid of the consequences of the truth. It does not make it right at all, but I do understand it. Scared that one won’t find them as attractive, that one will leave them, that one’s feelings will be hurt, etc. In the long run usually though the consequences end up being worse because of the lie because one lie calls for another.

When I hear a man say women can’t handle the truth, I think “no she just may not handle it the way YOU want her to handle it.” You want truth with no consequences.

Some want to say others can’t handle the truth when they tell someone something with no tact. Then it becomes the other person’s issue when feelings are hurt. I cannot stand it when people are crude with the truth and then try to explain their lack of class with the tired “I’m just keeping it real.” A lot of times it’s not what you say but how & where it’s delievered.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
10:35 am

czB – best of birthdays, chica. (Even though, I don’t think you are posting this week.) Oh well….birthday greetings just the same. :)

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
10:36 am

abc – Your 10:29, I agree.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
10:40 am

Even in the worst of situations you should be able to tell the truth….state the facts. So you know in the not so tough the truth should easy. Surely we are beyond purely physical being an incentive for lying….surely

disco

November 21st, 2011
10:44 am

kimmie – to me hurt feelings are a personal problem. grown folks need to know how to handle their own feelings and check them at the door if need be. I get so annoyed with overly sensitive people some times (men and women). huge pet peeve – women who cry all the daggone time and sometimes for little to no reason. I feel like saying “I’ll give you something to cry about”.

abc

November 21st, 2011
10:50 am

What I’d say:

Baby appearance: “they all look like Mr. Magoo to me, my opinion doesn’t matter much.”

Questions about anybody’s appearance: there’s bound to be SOMETHING you can make a positive comment about: shoes, hair, teeth, hygiene, anything. “Yeah, she has a nice, uh, hm.”

Observations about relative intelligence will get a bunch of statistics out of me. That’s actually my copout in situations where the absolutely honest answer would hurt someone’s feelings: cite lots of statistics about what the topic really is. Chances are, they’ll get so bored they’ll forget they asked the question.

dyslexicbunny

November 21st, 2011
10:50 am

I don’t particularly enjoy lying to people. Mostly because I have to keep track of what lie I told who. If people don’t like hearing the truth, maybe they shouldn’t be asking the question.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
10:50 am

disco – I’m not talking about overly sensitive people. I’m talking in general. Just like you take care to not tell someone their child is less than attractive. Sure, some need to develop a thicker skin, but being nasty and insensitive, especially to those you claim to care about, is being the bigger person.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
10:51 am

disco – Correction, is NOT being the bigger person.

disco

November 21st, 2011
10:51 am

I just had “hurt feeling” flashbacks. I had to cut one acquaintance off because every time we went somewhere she ended up crying. she cried because a guy she was involved with was out with someone else or danced with someone else or whatever. annoying. and co-workers. over the years I have pulled countless co-workers to the side and told them they need to not allow themselves to break down at work. leave if you can or at least go to your car or something but don’t be giving folks the pleasure of seeing you broken. it’s just not my style. I wasn’t raised to wear my emotions like that.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
10:54 am

“They believe in order to keep the peace, it’s better to leave things out, conceal the truth. It’s a simpler way of dealing with the complicated part of dating and relationships.”

Small and insignificant, “this is really a weave and I wear a body slimmer”.

Trouble front, “did I tell you ‘bout my 2-kids”.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
10:57 am

Body slimmers…..work best on people who really don’t *need* them anyway.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:03 am

disco – That’s different though. I’m of the “never let them see you sweat” mindset myself. It will be percieved as a weakness, especially in the workplace, not endearing at all. And yes, those that seem to wallow in self-pity are not a joy to be around either. Yet, you really don’t know what people are dealing with inside. But there is really no need to be crude with people.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
11:03 am

Chick: you told me you owned the franchise?
Dude: Well, I’m moving up to the grill next week.
Chick: I told my girlfriends you owned the place.
Dude: Anyway, Applebee’s still has the 2- for $20. Wanna go?
Chick: ok!

Peach Blossom

November 21st, 2011
11:07 am

I’ve found the truth works better on most levels. Sometimes the best answer, “I’m sorry, but that’s none of your business.” One time, I was in a relationship and he told me (I didn’t ask) he had been in only a “couple” of relationships, then all these women from his past start popping up. Believe me, it was more than a “couple.” That started the trust erosion and the relationship just fell apart.

If I’m asked a question, I just assume he has the maturity to hear the truth. If he doesn’t, that’s his problem. But I agree with abc, there’s a difference between being rude and being honest. And most of the time, it’s just the delivery, “I’m sorry Sweetie, but why is the number of men I’ve slept with important to you,” is better than, “I’m not telling you about the men I’ve slept with.”

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
11:10 am

sn: If ITL disappears for awhile, I’m at the Marriot Marquis trying to catch a glimpse of Denzel. That is all…back to your regularly scheduled blogging….

KaiserSoze

November 21st, 2011
11:12 am

It’s all simple really. If you always tell the truth you don’t need to have a good memory. Lying to impress those we are interested in (or to get them in bed) is shallow and petty. I’d much rather build a foundation on trust and honesty. Either like/love me for what I really am or eventually we will drift apart. Why try to build a relationship on a shaky and fraudulent foundation? Of course, if you’re only in it for the hookup and have no plans for further contact then does it really matter?

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
11:13 am

@PeachB ~ I agree that asking why is the number important is better than “I’m not telling.” However, a statement like that makes the man ask more questions and then the accusations start. Immediately they drum into their mind that the woman is hiding and something must be shady if she refuses to answer. Again, that’s one of the dumbest questions a man or a woman can ask. If I’m not a virgin when we meet, suffice I have a number. If I’m disease free, healthy and never been an escort or a prostitute, the past is the past.

disco

November 21st, 2011
11:15 am

speaking of lies and liars – did any of you watch the lena baker story on tv one last night?

Audra

November 21st, 2011
11:15 am

I haven’t had the out-right lie situation as much as I’ve had guys misrepresenting themselves because they actually think they are the person they purport to be. Case in point:

I start dating a cute, (seemingly) nice guy in April. He tells me two things up front: he likes intelligent women and values an intellectual discussion. Second, he is willing to work on any relationship issue, he doesn’t just walk away. I think: Great! Well, a month or so in I discover that Mr. I Love Intelligent Women ain’t all that himself. When I pressed him in a discussion on politics or something, he couldn’t explain his views or his reasoning for them. This happened again and again.
Even worse was his TOTAL inability to look at anything in the relationship and work on it. We got into a small tiff because he had said he’d take me out and we’d do whatever I wanted (I’d been stressed) on a Friday night. Usually we did what he wanted. He comes over that night and I tell him what I want to do, he vetoes it all. We ended up going to the movie and restaurant he wanted to go to for “my” night out. I said – hey, this was supposed to be my night. He’s like: what? It was! *Sigh*

Maybe I should’ve known something was up, he was a major momma’s boy and had some weird proclivities in the intimate department to boot. :)

So…be careful, people. Be straight about who you are. Don’t present yourself as something you’re not (something you WISH you were maybe?), cause sooner or later the real you is going to come out!

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
11:21 am

Peach Blossom – sounds as if that fellow didn’t consider many of his associations with those women relationships. You know that there are those that feel that way.

“We’re not in a relationship. We’re just kicking it.”

Kinda like those lyrics to that Rocko song – that I detest….

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
11:21 am

I agree…..you never know what people are going through. IMO a little tact served in dishing out the truth takes into consideration the person and all else……whatever that is…….. Sugar coating is never called for. You are guilty of lying if you do so.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
11:22 am

@Aundra ~ if he vetoed all your suggestions, why did you go and do something you didn’t want to do? Why you felt to appease him when he had no desire to appease you? You said you usually do what he wanted to do. Were you bothered to learn it was really about him and not you?

Audra

November 21st, 2011
11:25 am

Yeah, good points, Leggs. I guess sometimes I appease the other person even when I don’t want to. Then I end up resentful, and you know the rest…

Audra

November 21st, 2011
11:25 am

I guess in that regard it’s better to just be yourself, period.

KaiserSoze

November 21st, 2011
11:27 am

When I take a woman out I always try to make it something she will enjoy, or better that we will enjoy mutually. What sense does it make to spend time with someone if they’re not having fun too?

And the hangup on the number of partners someone has had has never made any sense to me. I personally have never asked a woman that question in all of my 42 years. I don’t want to know any more than they want me to know.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
11:32 am

Damn I’m enjoying the banter! Lol

Truth or insensitivity…

A man can’t win here! :lol:

Hilarious!

weak minded people.

Tell the truth,you damned

Tell lies,you damned

:lol:

If that woman asks me if her sister is prettier and the sister happens to be,or is, I will offer my honest answer!

Lol

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:33 am

Audra – I bet if you had refused to accompany him that night he would have gotten the message loud & clear. You can get your point across in a kind but firm way that would let him know you’re no pushover. For example, when he nixed your suggestions and insisted on going where he wanted, sweetly say “okay well you can go ahead without me. I really wanted to do XYZ tonight,but if you’d rather not I understand.” Then sit back and see what his reaction is. I bet he would be tongue-tied.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
11:39 am

@kimmie ~ I was thinking the same, just don’t go. But, doubt he would have been tongue-tied. He probably may have just waved his hand like one would do and say forget you, I’m out. Then throwing in “you’re too unreasonable for me, gotta go.”

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:41 am

Exiled – I think it’s a matter of maturity, on both parts. True, don’t ask a question you can’t handle the answer to. I would not ask my man such a stupid question because even if he thought my sister was finer and didn’t want to say it, his hesitation or body language or beating around the bush would give the truth away.

At the same time, I wouldn’t expect my man to be cruel to me. Some random dude in the street, sure. My man, no. Maybe I’m PMSing or tipsy or depressed or something. I wouldn’t expect him to take advantage of me in my weakened state and be insensitive to me. I wouldn’t do him like that.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
11:42 am

5-Points MARTA station

Dude: excuse me miss, but what is your name.
Chick: Shantel, where do u work?
Dude: the construction site on W.Peachtree.
Chick: Paaalease!!!!!

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
11:42 am

You can’t say the truth is important(u ladies) but turn around and say,’don’t ask me about a,b,c and d..eg your number) if you wanna be in a relationship and the truth is important to u so everything must be on the table,truth wise! Including ‘your number’ if that’s important to Him.

:lol: you chics are Hilarious! :lol:

If u won’t tell me then the silence and tongue lashing speaks Volumes!

:lol:

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:43 am

Leggs – That would be okay too. A Texas standoff, it would be!

Girl, I’ve done it before with a guy I used to date. He played cool and nonchalant, but best believe he came correct the next time!

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:45 am

Fion – I don’t know what you’re talking about. Some of those construction workers are ripped and fine! Well-paid too.

Speak for yourself.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
11:47 am

Me.lo — I’ve always believed that tongue lashings speak much louder than words. Wait, what are we talking about?

Howdy, everybody!

Reio

November 21st, 2011
11:48 am

@ KaiserSoze – Hear,hear!

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
11:48 am

Fion – those are lame attempts at humor, at best.

First post – if that’s your experience of how chicks respond after being blatantly lied to, I’d say you need to be dating smarter chicks.

Second post – if you even respond to a chick’s whose first question out of her mouth is where you work, y’all are on the same level.

But I know – these were just jokes.

disco

November 21st, 2011
11:49 am

fion – that’s funny. I had a guy get mad at me once because I wouldn’t tell him where I worked. I gave him my generic response “downtown” but that wasn’t good enough. he continued to ask until I finally told him that where I worked wasn’t any of his business. and this was some chump I just met who actually stopped calling me after that conversation. you get that a lot with folks asking where you live. I might say a general vicinity but I don’t tell folks share certain things all willy nilly.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
11:50 am

If my sister was prettier than me, I wouldn’t ask my SO if he thought so. That’s not important. Nor am I insecure to ask if a person is prettier.

@kimmie ~ a Texas standoff sounds good to me. When in a relationship, all outings will not be what he wants to do. If reciprocity is not in the mix, then he would need to be let loose so someone else can enjoy him.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
11:51 am

Exiled – Again a matter of maturity. If a number is important to a grown, 30+ dude, and not to me – I would appreciate him putting that out on the table to me – so I didn’t have to waste more time with him. We are not a match. We need to be on the same page about what’s important.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
11:52 am

Happy birthday Swiss

and u won right?

Go Dawgs lol

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
11:58 am

Thanks, Me.lo! You know I’m always #winning, regardless of what my team does. But yes, my DAWGS did take care of business. ;-) Now it’s time to put the nerds in their place before taking our lumps against LSU/Bama/Arky.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
12:00 pm

Exactly Kimmie!

I think it’s fair to say different folks pay particular attn to different things when choosing a mate.

I can’t assume for her neither should she assume for me what’s important to me

I don’t know if chics keep a journal of boyfriends and numbers but I never did(all memory)

But sometimes I would ask if a chic went out with so and so…coz I didn’t like some people

Her response would provide me with enough to proceed or not

But I don’t appreciate pleading the fifth if we assume we all mature

It’s enough to make me backtrack

Fion

November 21st, 2011
12:02 pm

@ Sexy
You gotta stop throwing pitches in the dirt if u want me to swing.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
12:03 pm

“I don’t know if chics keep a journal of boyfriends and numbers but I never did(all memory)” – funniest post of the morning.

DreamsMaterialize

November 21st, 2011
12:03 pm

Morning
Love doesn’t destroy, it creates, builds, and reinforces. If you’re always maiming someone you claim to love with the “truth”, then you need to reevaluate what truth it is that you’re really presenting. Your “truthful” presentations should result in the person you love being a better, stronger person. If, instead, they are weakened or worse off afterward, then your “truth” isn’t working.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
12:10 pm

@DreamsM ~ that’s what I never understood. When a couple argues and such hurtful, disgusting things are said where is the love. Love is a filter. It should stop people from saying anything and everything in whatever manner they feel to get their point across. There’s a way to argue and being brutally honest because “you’re keeping it real” is not the way to go…all in the name of love and respect for your mate.

Blah

November 21st, 2011
12:12 pm

Blah to people that always have the perfect precise cookie answer. Almost like too good to be true. I bet they are.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
12:14 pm

Where is the luv?

copious make up s e x!!!!!

Blah

November 21st, 2011
12:14 pm

cookie cutter, fairytale answer. not buying.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
12:21 pm

So, Blah, I assume you have a custom-tailored, pragmatic answer? Care to share?

Blah

November 21st, 2011
12:27 pm

Sometimes I want to clap and GREAT ANSWER GREAT ANSWER…lol

disco

November 21st, 2011
12:33 pm

hey leggs – some of us were just raised that way. okay, fine – me – I was raised that way. heck, almost my entire childhood my mother called me either heffa or wanch (misspelled intentionally as she didn’t say wench). and there was always an adjective in front of that – little skinny heffa, smart mouth heffa, whatever. my siblings/cousins and I played the dozens as hard with one another as we did with outside folks if not harder considering we had the real live ammunition with our own mommas. all i can say is that we know our words – with each other – were still encased in love. but yeah as far as arguments go, I know I have the propensity to go too far. an argument is a verbal fight and I fight to win even if it means not fighting fair. I know – I should be ashamed (I don’t know how to do those little emoticon things).

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
12:34 pm

Now, that I’m reading Wise’s actual post – I have to ask, Wise, who are you dating that is doing all of this lying?!?

And this – “It’s a simpler way of dealing with the complicated part of dating and relationships.”
No – that’s a sign of a person who lacks the emotional maturity/intelligence to deal with a person on a real level.

If you are in a relationship with a person whose method of dealing with complicated relationship issues is to lie, well, I can’t really say that I see a successful outcome for said relationship.

And last, but not least – this –> “Is lying a necessary evil that we all have to contend with just so we can hook up?”
If all you’re doing is hooking up, does it really matter if a person is telling the truth?

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
12:39 pm

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
12:41 pm

Swissbeats/kimmie – I thought about you guys when I read about Larry Munson.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
12:42 pm

I thought the rush on liquor stores yesterday was hilarious.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
12:49 pm

SexyC — Yeah, Munson was a Damn Good Dawg! He will be missed.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
12:54 pm

@disco ~ My mother had a sharp tongue as well. I was the brunt of choice words growing up. Most of which I knew weren’t true so they didn’t bother me as much. Others I didn’t understand why things were being said. As I got older I realized Mama was afraid for her little runt of a daughter with all the dirty men out there. Sometimes, parents are a little extra trying to shelter their children or telling them about the world by projecting negativity on their own children. Does it make it right, of course not.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
12:59 pm

@SexyC ~ I laughed at the man that saw the lights on in the store and found change to buy himself a bottle. I didn’t think Sunday sales would happen so quickly. Everyone on the news were beaming that they could buy likka on Sunday.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
12:59 pm

I thought that fake doc who injected cement in her ‘patient’’s butt,to enhance it, is …….

I tell ya!

the things we do,or try to to do,to Attract! :oops: !!!!!

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
1:03 pm

And then seal it up with crazy glue…I blame most of it on the desperate clients.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:14 pm

The thought of having foreign chemicals injected makes me cringe.

The AMA was decent I thought.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
1:18 pm

I blame….. it on the desperate clients

Leggs!

and these men too with their feeling fingers!

spoiled brats! LMAOF

:lol:

Question to man?

Is bootey(round ample behind) all that to u?

Lol

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
1:20 pm

Afternoon, all!

Munson was a Damn Good Dawg! He will be missed

Indeed.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
1:21 pm

@Celisea ~ I thought it decent too….cracked up when Hasselhoff came out ripping his pants off and thrusting the air.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:24 pm

Leggs….lol I LOVE Maroon 5. I pretty much thought they had a good line-up.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
1:30 pm

Swiss, how was your birthday?

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
1:31 pm

Love Maroon 5, laughed at Nikki Minaj and those shoes, glad Adele won. Even though NMinaj gets on my nerve, I’m glad she won the awards she did because that girl has been working her behind off. She has a nice voice if she would only sing.

mark

November 21st, 2011
1:35 pm

@ REIO>> KISS MY BUTT!

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:37 pm

Leggs – Yeah that was some outfit. She’s growing on me. I thoughr Mary J was a little rough around the edges. I like the song IF I DIE YOUNG. She was features on tv last week. She wrote in dedication to her mom who committed suicide. She found her hanging.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:39 pm

The girl that wrote the song….she’s only 15

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
1:39 pm

ITL — It was great, thanks! Had a few friends over for a little cookout — lots of burgers, brats, booze & football. Doesn’t get much better than that… ;-)

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:41 pm

Why did mark’s comment remind me of Flo from Mel’s Diner? KISS MY GRITS

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
1:41 pm

Cel/Leggs?

whatchu two talking bout?

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
1:43 pm

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
1:45 pm

Beer food and football

@swiss?

u didn’t tell ITL the whole,Nothing but the truth there…

one(1) item missing

Tell her…she asked U!!

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:46 pm

Mmeelloo – Amer Music Awards

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
1:49 pm

@Celisea ~ didn’t know the story behind the song, but figured it had to be something deep. WOW.

I see you went to the sitcom archives. Mel’s Diner was funny, well, Flo was funny!

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:52 pm

Leggs – She got a homemade video sort of telling her story. She found her in the woods hanging.

I use to love Mel’s Diner…lol

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
1:56 pm

@Sniffer: Back in your doghouse, you! I don’t need all the nitty gritty details. That is between Mr. and Mrs. Swiss. :)

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
1:56 pm

She came off as having gone through it pretty solid. Said her mother wouldn’t want her grieving.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
2:05 pm

SCool – Loved me some Munson! My dad loved him too. We used to have the game on tv and cut down the sound and have Munson on the radio. Like Swiss said, dam good Dawg!!

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
2:08 pm

Dreams & Leggs – To your earlier posts around noon – that’s actually a form of mental abuse. Which can be just as bad as physical. Naw, some like that can keep their “truth” to themselves.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
2:12 pm

Me.lo — Well, I just assumed the other stuff goes without saying. Plus, the other stuff is not just for special occasions, it’s a regular fixture. :-D

Internet Guy c(._.)o

November 21st, 2011
2:14 pm

3. No Sistas that have or would Date a WHITEMAN

Way to really buck the stereotype of a closed-minded American black man, there Einstein.

Bravo.

Let a mature, responsible adult date whoever she damn well pleases.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
2:16 pm

So…I am really about to be at the point of eloping and just having a great honeymoon instead.

Albert

November 21st, 2011
2:16 pm

Reio, going out and finding someone else is never simple, unless you’re extremely lucky! :) ))

As for me, the lie I hate the most is when a woman tells a guy she’s not dating anyone else seriously even though she is. As a disabled person, I can tell you that this can happen because the woman feels pity for the man and that it would be cruel to disappoint him that way.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
2:28 pm

Nothing wrong with eloping…sure can save $$, perhaps have a better honeymoon and put more into your new home. It’s all good.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
2:34 pm

Nothing wrong with that, SCool. But don’t let your frustration lead you to make a decision you’ll regret forever.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
2:40 pm

The rub is that in being determined to “have the wedding that we want, can afford and have all of the bills paid before the ink is dry on the license”, it really becomes a matter of not being able to host a reception for all of the people that we would really like to be there and who would really like to come and show their support.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
2:51 pm

At least you are being conscious of all the costs and what’s important. Even if you elope, doesn’t mean you can’t have a “wedding” when you guys renew your vows in 2-3 years. And, you don’t have to have a costly reception. Your friends can show support and glow in your day with you with whatever you do.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
2:54 pm

An alternate idea is to do a destination wedding, and host a fabulous reception when you return.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
2:59 pm

@ Albert, 2:16pm post – It is simple, so long as you are not convinced that you NEED someone new right now. If you’re patient, you can find another.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
3:01 pm

Some friends of mine who got married in college had a pretty good idea, I thought… They had a very small formal reception/dinner where they went all out, but kept the guest list to the absolute bare minimum (like immediate family & wedding party only), but then at some point after that, they had an informal “reception” for everybody, that was basically just a big BBQ. Different folks chipped in & brought food, booze, etc., and it was just a big party, so the cost was minimal, but they could invite everyone they wanted.

Reio

November 21st, 2011
3:05 pm

Do whatever you want. I just hope the both of you sweat over the life after the ceremony as much as you sweat over life before the ceremony. I suspect and hope that you will, cause that’s all that matters, life after the wedding.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
3:21 pm

Reio – that’s just the thing. This is only one day. And quite frankly, if it were just the two of us, the minister and the witnesses, I’d be fine. Initially, he was pro-JOP but somewhere along the way became convinced that a ’small’ ceremony wouldn’t be a bad idea.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
3:28 pm

It sure is slow in here today…..

disco

November 21st, 2011
3:31 pm

O/T – do men bring their kids’ fundraisers to the workplace OR sell stuff on the side at work? just wondering because I work in a mostly female environment and there is always something for sale up in here. girl scout cookies, school fundraiser stuff from cookie dough to wrapping paper. then there are the chicks who sell assorted wares like mary kay or thirty one products. It’s never ending. Not that I buy anything but apparently I still get the emails re the “item of the week”.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
3:31 pm

A lot of people are on vacation.

kimmie

November 21st, 2011
3:32 pm

Swiss – That’s kind of what we did. Though looks like we’ll be having the BBQ NEXT summer! Oh well!

mark

November 21st, 2011
3:35 pm

@ INTERNET GUY you also can KISS MY ANUS!

Fion

November 21st, 2011
3:36 pm

@ disco

Not sure, but there are 2-dudes on 12 that run the swap meet the last Friday of the month.
Lower Level of the parking deck.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
3:39 pm

@disco: The guys here do, as well as the women. We get the wrapping paper, cookie dough, Boy Scout popcorn, Girl Scout cookies, the whole kit and kaboodle.

sn: Why did I eat that Reuben for lunch? I am sleepy!!!

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
3:40 pm

I work in a mostly female environment and there is always something for sale up in here.

We had one like that here…granted we don’t mind helping out with children’s fund raisers but this particular woman would hit us up for cash donations OFTEN and she was very aggresive about it. Soo one day someone printed out the gubment’s stipulations about what types of solitication is and isn’t allowed @ work and anonymously placed it on her desk…she hasn’t asked for diddly since then…

disco

November 21st, 2011
3:41 pm

actually a swap meet outside I might be able to get with. it certainly sounds interesting but I’m sick to death of being told the catalog is in the breakroom. all of the chicks who bring this stuff in are married so I was just curious if their husbands ever took catalogs to work.

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
3:43 pm

Anybody here purchase Carol’s Daughter products?…I was just on the website and have noticed the prices have gone up a bit…

disco

November 21st, 2011
3:49 pm

sassy – I used to work at a place that was good for someone walking around all the time talking about we are collecting for so and so’s birthday/baby gift/bridal gift. worrisome I tell you. at least here the office picks up the birthday tabs.

I don’t use the hair products but am told they are pretty good. also told WEN is really good but I’m too frugal to even give that stuff a try. I’ll stick to good old reasonably priced coconut oil and shea butter.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
3:51 pm

Hey it’s a slow news day and after Mark’s 3:35 post I gotta tell ya’ll this.

Funny story from the weekend.

I’m at party dancing. I feel a hand rub my equipment. I’m not alarmed, just figured she bump into me.
About 10-15 second later same chick cupped my equipment. I turn she’s looking at me.
She was every bit 6’1 or 2 in heels, hittin the Toledo’s at ‘bout 230lbs. Might have been more than 230, but my eye scale Doesn’t register above 200 anyhow.
Yeah man, my curiosity and sense of humor got the best of me and I couldn’t pass this up hear what her story was gonna be.
I go over start talking, asked why she cupped me, “I wanted to see how big it was”, in my mind all I could say was “well damn”.
Over the next 45minutes she tells me what she wants to do to me.
I never would have guess it in a 100 yrs. what she wanted to do. She wanted to toss my salad.
Yep, now at that a blip. It must be the holiday season. I guess Turkey and Dressing wasn’t going be enough for her.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
3:52 pm

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
3:53 pm

@disco ~ some fathers do. Parents sell their children’s items at work for them so the child won’t be left out. Especially in elementary school there are prizes for the most sold items. Parents want their children to at least get something, even if it’s the minimal. Fundraisers are like those pesky project assignments, no child can do them by themselves. No doubt, some parents do more than what the child does, but that’s the way it goes.

All you have to do is ask to be removed from the “item of the week” emails.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
3:55 pm

I have a standard answer for those type solicitations.

“I am unable to participate at this time.”

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
3:57 pm

I go over start talking, asked why she cupped me, “I wanted to see how big it was”, in my mind all I could say was “well damn”.

:shock: well damn is right…’specially the tossin of the en salada part…really?!

Where they do that at :???:

Well…were her hands full?…don’t judge me you put it out there and it’s a slow day.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
3:57 pm

Um… so, uh, Fion… are you sure that wasn’t a dude? :shock: :lol:

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
3:57 pm

@Fion ~ WOW!!!! Where were you that a classless woman would do something like that? Wait, doesn’t matter where, classless women can be at the highest caliber establishment. WOW, that woman had ballz, rather had your ballz!

disco

November 21st, 2011
4:01 pm

leggs – sounds easy enough but apparently it’s easier to do a “send all” email than it is to type in each individual’s name. I did get off the birthday card circulation list though. when my son was younger I never allowed him to sell stuff for school/football or whatever. when necessary I paid the “buyout” money.

fion – I know chicks that want to know that type information up front but she was dead wrong for just feeling you up like that. she could’ve just asked…maybe you would have told her and considering today’s original topic maybe you would have even told her the truth.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:01 pm

I don’t patronize if I’m not feeling said person…..dirty, lowdown backstabbing…no matter their position. I don’t apologize. For me it’s no thank you. If it ain’t in the handbook, policy and procedures then folks know not to press the issue.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:01 pm

@ Swiss
No adams apple Swiss was just a big chick.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:01 pm

Well…were her hands full?…don’t judge me you put it out there and it’s a slow day.

Yeah, Fion….inquiring minds wanna know….

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
4:03 pm

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:03 pm

Riiiiiiiight. You get felt up and you want to further to understand??? Afternoon follies I’m thinking.

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:04 pm

Okay let me repeat:

Fion,were her hands full?…

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:04 pm

@Leggs
if I told you the homes were $800lk you wouldn’t believe me.
@sassy
judging from how Ol’ Girl was all on me, I’d say absolutely.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:05 pm

LOL@Celisea.

Fion: Um, yeah….I wasn’t attracted to her at all….I just wanted to know why she was grabbin’ my stuff. Which, by the way is _______________

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:05 pm

talk to understand

LMBO…..LOLOLOLOL

You still clubbing?

SlimNu

November 21st, 2011
4:06 pm

Fion – Sooooooooo, um….what was your response? You failed to tell how the story actually ended :lol:

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:06 pm

Yeah I have some ocean front property in Arizona.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
4:06 pm

@disco?

some females here do that…the kid fundraiser stuff..I don’t,I personally let the Queen handle it.

I am not good at solicitations like that.

Queen once did something like that for my daughter’s girl Scott thing and had boxes and boxes if cookies to hand over to folks at her job….

Can’t do it…

Besides being a pain the azz,I don’t like being solicited for money like that(white collar panhandling)

Why do these institutions do/promote stuff like that?

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:07 pm

judging from how Ol’ Girl was all on me, I’d say absolutely.

bob and weave, Fion, bob and weave….

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:07 pm

Got laid? Mr Big Stuff?

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
4:09 pm

Girl scout

Of cookies

@Fion?

Did u let her proceed?

(or that’s confidential?) :lol:

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:10 pm

judging from how Ol’ Girl was all on me, I’d say absolutely

Dude I don’t care about her…you know if you’re walking with a big stick(thanx Pres. Roosevelt) or not. ;-)

This weather is…..

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:10 pm

I’ve said here before, I have a dominate personality and enjoy sexually submissive women.
I enjoy tying women up, light B&D.
We also have talked here about throwing stuff out into the universe. Well in addition to tossing my salad she wanted to tie me up.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:12 pm

Keep dancing, Fion baby, keep dancin’….. :)

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:12 pm

Listen, I have 1-rule. I can’t do you if you are bigger than me.

I’m 6′1 218lbs. She was bigger than me.

disco

November 21st, 2011
4:13 pm

sniffer – and I’ll be generous and say I understand the powers that be overlooking the school fundraisers since it’s all about the little kiddies but I really don’t understand why they allow employees to moonlight on the job. after all, mary kay, avon, thirty one, pampered chef and all these others are straight up side hustles.

fion – this chick surely wasn’t shy. you sure you weren’t at one of those private clubs?

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
4:13 pm

@Fion ~ if you told me, I would believe you. Like I said, classless is everywhere. The fact you were intrigued to go further is funny too.

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:13 pm

A bigger stick than yours??????

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
4:13 pm

@Fion

that doesn’t mean she wasn’t open to compromise

or are u just trying to throw us off….

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:13 pm

Sassy, pour us a drink, girl….we’re gonna be here awhile. Do you have any Firefly over there, or do I need to make a likka run?

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
4:14 pm

This was great comic relief. Needed that. The afternoon was dragging.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:15 pm

@ITL
I’m packing enough to make you lose for voice and have you saying daddy by sunrise.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
4:16 pm

@disco ~ you’re right, straight up side hustles. What amazes me is the no solicitation rules at work for the employees, but when someone like my boss has his church’s fundraiser, the executives all come out of their offices and buy something. Double standard at it’s best….

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:16 pm

Heeeeyyyyy, Fion…..How YOU doin’?? ;)

LOL :lol: :lol:

Celisea

November 21st, 2011
4:16 pm

I was jusy thinking he should have done the kick off comment..lol we’da got to the topic eventually.

disco

November 21st, 2011
4:17 pm

I never understood the calling a man daddy thing. do guys really get a kick out of that? are chicks really saying it? I’m curious. now I can get with calling out “papi”. that just works but daddy.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:17 pm

@Leggs / disco
Listen, as a Man you don’t get your equipment pulled everyday. You damn right I had to follow this up.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
4:17 pm

I thought proper etiquette when propositioning someone for a tossed salad was to at least offer them some toilet wine first…? At least that’s how it went down on Oz:lol:

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:18 pm

@ITL
tooooooo funny. U R crazy.

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:18 pm

Sassy, pour us a drink, girl….we’re gonna be here awhile

Coming right up ITL….Imma have a Cosmo myself.

I have a dominate personality and enjoy sexually submissive women

:shock:

So is it the same way EVERY time?…you NEVER like for the woman to take charge…get up on that horse and ride off into the sunset… PLEASE explain “sexually submissive”(my fingers almost couln’t type those words)…for real

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:19 pm

sidebar to Swiss: Everytime I see “Mayhem” commercials, I think, “Ryan O’ Reilley!”

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:20 pm

@Exiled
once she started talking ’bout tying me up, all I could see was me chained to a headboard until next month.

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:21 pm

I’m packing enough to make you lose for voice and have you saying daddy by sunrise.

I’m calling you daddy…daddy. Can you be my daddy…daddy. Come and make it rain down on meeeeee

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
4:22 pm

Big chics are very h r n y Fion…they don’t get enough of it I suppose

but doing one bigger than u carries risk..they all carry a risk coz oif their size

but some have real tight spots…unlike the popular ones…

@disco…yes we get called daddy etc but whatever u call us,as long as it’s an expression of ur feeling it..nothing wrong.

U are hard disco so u don’t understand

Do u enjoy s e x?

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
4:23 pm

“…all I could see was me chained to a headboard until next month.”

Sounds like Misery. Before you know it, she would have broken your ankles with a sledgehammer.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:23 pm

Ouch! I cringed when I read your post, SCool!

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:23 pm

@Sassy
of course she can. As a man this plays into the woman feelings of wanting to be protected and in some cases dominated.

Sniffer!

November 21st, 2011
4:24 pm

I can understand ur apprehension

unless she wanted to be tied herself Right?

@Fion? :lol:

SlimNu

November 21st, 2011
4:25 pm

Leggs – Your 4:16 —> ain’t dat the troof!! They will even throw in a bake sale that has nothing to do with company business but more so a personal favor of someone that is in the “IN” crowd. It’s not about who ya know but who ya blow hehehehehe

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:26 pm

@ Exiled
yeah, I peeped that. She was sportin’ a full set of at least 44D’s.

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
4:27 pm

“unless she wanted to be tied herself Right?”

If they were both tied up, seems like it’d be a pretty slow night…

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:27 pm

Fion let me reiterate: So is it the same way EVERY time?…you NEVER like for the woman to take charge…get up on that horse and ride off into the sunset…

I have a strong personality as well and no I don’t want to always be in control but there are times when I know I’ve got the reigns…

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:27 pm

of course she can. As a man this plays into the woman feelings of wanting to be protected and in some cases dominated.

Whatchoo talkin’ bout, Willis?

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:28 pm

didn’t mean to bold all of it…

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:29 pm

If they were both tied up, seems like it’d be a pretty slow night…

Swissie, that’s when they have oral sex….tied up on opposite sides of the bed and say, “F__ YOU!” , “No, F___ YOU!” to each other all night. :lol:

disco

November 21st, 2011
4:29 pm

I’ve had a guy say something crazy like “you miss daddy don’t you” or “come over here and sit next to daddy” and I bust out laughing every time. that whole daddy thing is lost on me.

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
4:29 pm

“..wanting to be protected and in some cases dominated.”

Well, er, um…hmphf….alrighty then……

Let me get home……to Big Daddy.
(lmao)

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:36 pm

@Sassy
That is my natural state. I don’t have a script. I go where the moment takes me. If she moves that way I can respond in like kind if that is what she needs at that moment.

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:39 pm

if that is what she needs at that moment.

At that moment…what if she likes it more than you care to acquiesce to… do you still oblige?

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:41 pm

Of course. Sexual expression is about freedom.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
4:42 pm

@disco ~ I would never call a man I’m sleeping with “daddy.”

@ITL ~ if both are tied up and are having oral sex, the woman at least will have to have some very strong lip/suction/slurping action going on (lol).

Every time I hear Big Daddy, I hear Steve Harvey saying it!

Sassy Me...Black Koffy no Sugar no Cream ;-)

November 21st, 2011
4:43 pm

Okay Fion….speaking about freedom I need to go see Mr. Bermuda …bye y’all :oops:

#hereIcomegonzo

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:43 pm

I’m free to receive what she offers me and she is to receive sexually from me my gifts.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:44 pm

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:44 pm

@Leggs: Not if they just take turns saying “F you!” hahahahaha

Jake a.k.a. SPJ, TWB

November 21st, 2011
4:47 pm

Fion, that’s a wild story my boy, u should have gave her a taste in the lot, if she was wildin like that, she surely would have got on the mic to bust a freestyle!!!!

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
4:49 pm

I mean, really, who doesn’t enjoy a good tossed salad before the main course?

SexyCool

November 21st, 2011
4:50 pm

Trust me, if/when/if I *ever* call TheDude “Daddy”, my father is the furthest thing from my mind.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:53 pm

@ Jake
lol. Jake, truthfully if she would have been 70lbs lighter, I’da been in there before you could say
Jake Johnson.

DreamsMaterialize

November 21st, 2011
4:54 pm

So the topic done moved to tossin’ salad? Par for the course on the blog though. Ya’ll are the best. lol

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
4:55 pm

Ew, Swiss, just…ew.

Fion

November 21st, 2011
4:57 pm

@Swiss

That’s what had me worried. The main course.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
4:58 pm

Nite.

With youth comes learning, with age comes understanding

PEACE!!

SlimNu

November 21st, 2011
4:58 pm

I mean, really, who doesn’t enjoy a good tossed salad before the main course?

Talk about having your dessert first lmao! Annnnnd on that note, it’s lights out :shock: :lol:

Jake a.k.a. SPJ, TWB

November 21st, 2011
4:59 pm

Fion, thats crazy, but you did the right thing, got to let some offers pass on by, wouldn’t want to expose your Jake Johnson to any undue stress, sounds like she would put a hurtin on one….lol.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:02 pm

Dang…. I’m still here for another half hour… :(

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
5:03 pm

We’ll keep you company, ITL.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:06 pm

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
5:08 pm

So, ITL, are you having tossed salad for dinner (LOLOLOL)?

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:09 pm

Ick, Leggs. I think I just threw up a little in my mouth.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
5:11 pm

LOL…sorry.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:11 pm

I just can’t imagine ever doing that. I’m no prude, but seriously…. GAG!

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
5:18 pm

Well, ITL, looks like everyone may be gone. Have a great evening.

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:19 pm

Guess so. See you tomorrow!

Onlooker

November 21st, 2011
5:21 pm

If you give head, you may as well toss salad.

Leggs

November 21st, 2011
5:23 pm

That’s a crazy reason!

i'm swiss™

November 21st, 2011
5:27 pm

ITL — What about being on the receiving end? Still no go?

Jake a.k.a. SPJ, TWB

November 21st, 2011
5:27 pm

Onlooker is right…lol…nite folks

Into the Light

November 21st, 2011
5:39 pm

Receiving is different. :oops:

Purple Rain

November 22nd, 2011
1:44 am

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