Tuesday, May 1, 2012

No shame

I was in a public toilet the other day engaged in some compromising activity when a stranger opened the door, which had not been latched properly. Witnessing the stranger's horror at barging in on me was very pleasurable to me. I thought in that moment that most people would be extremely embarrassed by this episode, but I am only enjoying the discomfort that I have induced in my unwilling voyeur. Sigh.

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  1. Okay...now THAT is funny!

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  2. had the same thing with someone trying not to let me look as she was using the atm i even tailed her a bit freaked her out good
    i love paranoyed people

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  3. I am shy about the opposite things normals are shy about. I'd not react as the person in the stall or the stall opener.

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    1. And yeah I'd get giddy seeing regular people get unnerved. I don't know what that is.

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    2. The stranger could not be called a voyeur if he was
      horrified and discomforted by your activity. A voyeur is an observer that finds enjoyment of what he sees.

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    3. Oh Man! Why didn't I think to call that one out! Yeah... not a voyeur if you don't want to watch.

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    4. @Raven
      This is ZeZe

      Thanks for the thumbs up!

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    5. Aha! There you are, ZeZe. Where have you been?

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    6. @Raven

      I don't come in that often. Spring cleaning. But I
      hope your taking care of things in here - you do provide some truth - where others fail. Keep up the
      good work.........

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    7. You're not so bad yourself. ;)
      See ya when I see ya.

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    8. btw a lot of the traits I recognize in the victims/martyrs who come here, has to do with a lifetime of observing the sister I grew up with.

      She is a giant cocktail of every kind of crazy known to man. So I'm a bit keen on sensing what's going on behind the charade.

      Her and I are polar opposites in every way. Some brains are more equipped for survival than others. It's as simple as that.

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    9. Yea, you are wonderful and she is a piece of shit.

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    10. Her and I? Raven, drunk?

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  4. Had a discussion with a friend about the whole 'walk of shame' theory (going home the morning after in your party dress) ... Now I have done this, but never felt 'ashamed'. I was quite irritated to be told I was supposed to. I see this as a gender divide - I'm pretty sure guys aren't expected to feel ashamed of having got laid.

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    1. I don't know how old you are. When I was younger I felt exactly the same way. I didn't know I was supposed to feel shame. But when I found out I was supposed to, I used that as an excuse to guilt someone into some arrangement. Men use it to.

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    2. Oh baby you don't want people to see you. Stay.

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    3. Take off my dress, asshole. NOW!

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    4. Yes! I just laugh. People have tried hard to shame me too and I just think its funny. Its pathetic. Why they feel entitled to judge my personal life is something I will never know. It reveals the shame they carry, mostly.

      The BEST is when men try to use sex to inflict embarrassment. ...And it doesn't work!
      Scares the shit out of them. :D

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    5. Why does it scare them?

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    6. Because they weren't expecting it.

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  5. Can you please describe for me in full detail, the compromising activity you were engaged in...

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    1. Moi three *getting popcorn*

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    2. She probably just had lunch and was purging.

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    3. Hmmm... I was thinking masturbation. I always think in terms of sex first, I guess. You sure do know how to poor cold water on my fun there, Elicious.

      It's funny though.

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    4. OK, maybe she did both. What was the name of that paraphilia again?

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    5. reading newspaper, having a poop

      am i right??

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    6. making a poop is NOT compromising, Zoe. making poop is expected in bathroom

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    7. This didn't actually happen to the OP. I've definitely seen this post somewhere else (I thought it was here. Serious fucking deja vu moment when I read this)

      It's not the experience that sounds familiar; I've read this word-for-word somewhere else.

      OH WAIT! It was here.
      http://www.sociopathworld.com/2009/04/no-shame.html

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    8. She was giving birth

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  6. Two things.

    The person that didn't ensure the lock was properly secure is a dummy

    And the idiot that couldn't SEE someone had occupied said stall, is also a dummy.

    Moral of the story... don't be a fucking stupid dummy.

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    1. you can't always tell. i always give the door a push. :)

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    2. That's too bad, Zoe. I guess I'll have to break in on you some other way... ;p

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    3. oh is it pull? i'm a bit dyslexic ha. whatever you do to the door from the outside to see if someone is in the stall then.

      hows dat?

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    4. No. I was the dyslexic in this instance. Still... you'll never be safe from me... mwahaha!

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    5. Raven, if I ever saw you on the outside of the stall, you better hope I have life insurance signed over to you because I would drop dead.

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    6. Raven, if I ever saw you outside my stall, you better hope I have life insurance signed over to you because I would drop dead.

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    7. Raven's Sadistic Rape FantasyMay 1, 2012 at 12:27 PM

      and spoil all the fun of killing you?

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    8. Raven, you are a creeper.

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    9. Don't flatter yourself. That wasn't me. Someone is just fucking with your head.

      And here's a novel idea... stop talking to me if you want me to leave you alone.
      Stupid bitch.

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    10. LMAO! She says something to you first then calls you a creeper!!!!! To classic!!

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    11. Meh... fuck her. I'm not giving her what she wants anymore. She'll have to get her kicks some other way.

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    12. I am sure is crying at the GREAT loss of you.

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    13. okay so i went shopping today and found myself crouching precariously over a filthy toilet in a tiny stall in the mall washroom, pondering compromising positions. :)

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    14. The ONLY thing missing was ME.

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    15. no room for ME in there

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    16. Yep, you need bigger accomodations like the stall at Bloomingdales.

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    17. or better yet a nice clean hotel room with room service

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    18. TOTALLY. All we need to make the story perfect is ME.

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    19. i believe the story also needs an unwilling voyeur

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    20. okay i'll bite. why is ME all we need to make the story perfect?

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    21. Why? Because he is so sexy and cerebral, at the same time. What more does one need?

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    22. :)

      i thought he was a she?

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  7. It's a funny story, however there is nothing to comment about it, so i'll just write: ha ha : )

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    1. i think the point was to get us to give up our own embarrassing moments

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  8. I only wish I had less of this friggin shame. Maybe, ME would give me a transfusion.

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    1. shame takes too much effort.

      less effort to realize that no one is better than you or entitled to more space.

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  9. some compromising activity

    what does that mean?

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  10. I like going for long walks after its gotten dark, with a jacket that zips up so it covers the bottom half of my face and the hood up just to see how uncomfortable and scared it makes people who meet me.

    My record was this one chick who was out jogging who stopped dead in her tracks, backpedaled while dialing up someone on her cell, before crossing the road to the other side.

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    1. She sounds like a dumb shit. Too bad she had the sense to run away.

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    2. She wasn't hot enough to risk jailtime over.

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    3. So if she were hot, it would be worth risking jail time over? Heh... what are you even talking about?

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    4. Depends on how hot. I assumed the topic was surprise sex, not much else comes to mind as a possibility.

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    5. Raven, some woman are hot. Some aren't. Any more bright ass questions?

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    6. It wasn't really a question about her hotness. If you didn't catch that, perhaps you're the one who's not so bright.

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    7. Different anonymous. Keep in mind that the odds of being caught and the jail time is minimal where I live. Cost-benefit analysis simple as that.

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    8. If by "Different anonymous", you mean that you were not anonymous 3:28... yes, I already know that. I can tell. They obviously get easily aggravated.

      And the benefit is what I'm trying to understand. How is being hot worth jail time? That sounds pretty hard-up, and desperate from my perspective.

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    9. Yes, I mean I wasn't anonymous 3:28, I just didn't want to be mistaken for someone who uses the term "bright ass"

      Getting laid is easy, however excessively hot women are extremely rare. It's still not worth it if non-jail pussy is within range of potential jail pussy though. Think of it as if you make lets say 100.000k per year, if you got the chance to steal 2.5m with a small chance of getting caught, you would.

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    10. I see. So you're talking about rape. That's where the confusion comes in. You see, I was always under the impression that rape was about power; not attraction.
      And just so you see where I'm coming from: You make it sound as though you could never earn (2.5m analogy) "excessively hot" pussy, so the gratification comes in knowing you forced her to fuck your unattractive self, thereby making jail time a cake walk for you, because now you can jerk off in your cell to the thought of overpowering a girl you could never get otherwise. Assuming you get caught... naturally. See what I mean?

      Is there really such a thing as "excessively hot"? I mean, really then... isn't there always room for more hotness? :D

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    11. Lol Raven! "Excessively hot" :) With men, there is always room for more hotness.

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    12. @Raven it is about power but power is only as satisfying as the one you have it over. Having power over a low status person is worthless.

      You could earn 2.5m or 25m or 50m, but with a salary of 100.000 a year, that would take 25 years, 250 years or 500 years, minus taxes and inflation.

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    13. O.K. Serious question and/or theory time:

      I was also under the impression that rape was about power as well. But attraction is driving part of power, is it not? You want power over things that are tantalizing because that ceases their control on you. Not to mention the kick-back your ego gets from attaining such a prize.

      So what I want to know is;
      What gives a rapist's ego the biggest stroke? An "excessively hot" woman who wants you desperately- or an "excessively hot" woman who is repulsed by you and you take what you want regardless.

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    14. @Raven
      Have you thought about being a comedian?lol

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    15. Comedian? Raven has no sense of humor.

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    16. @Anon 6:33
      Why do you think that? She has a good sense of humor imo.

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    17. Theoretically, power and status are linked. For a con artist, what would give the biggest satisfaction? Getting one over on an old lady or getting one over on the best con artist in the business.

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    18. Also, given todays prevalent BDSM scene, both things can be covered with zero risk.

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    19. I took the liberty of looking up some statistics on rape. These are fact based. Not theoretical. Rape is a violent act, and has nothing to do with status, or attraction. It has nothing to do with accomplishing a challenge, or getting one over on someone. It says so on every fact based site I've gone to in the last half hour.




      Home » Campus Life » Health & Counseling » Counseling Center » Sexual Assault » Rape Myths and Facts

      Rape Myths and Facts
      Myth: Rape is caused by lust or uncontrollable sexual urges and the need for sexual gratification.

      Fact: Rape is an act of physical violence and domination that is not motivated by sexual gratification.

      Myth: Once a man gets sexually aroused, he can't just stop.

      Fact: Men do not physically need to have sex after becoming sexually excited. Moreover, they are still able to control themselves after becoming aroused.

      Myth: Women often lie about rape or falsely accuse someone of rape.

      Fact: Statistical studies indicate false reports make up two percent or less of the reported cases of sexual assault. This figure is approximately the same for other types of crimes. Only one out of 10 rapes are actually reported. Rapes by someone the victim knows are the least likely to be reported.

      Myth: Women provoke sexual assault by their appearance. Sexual attractiveness is a primary reason why a rapist selects a victim.

      Fact: Rapists do not select their victims by their appearance. They select victims who are vulnerable and accessible. Victims of sexual assault range in age groups from infants to the elderly. Sexual attractiveness is not an issue.

      Myth: Sexual assault is a topic that only concerns women, and men do not have to be concerned about sexual assault.

      Fact: According to recent rape crisis center statistics, men, both straight and gay, suffered 10 percent of the sexual assaults reported in the United States last year. In addition, men have wives, friends, sisters, mothers and daughters who may someday need assistance in coping with sexual assault. Rape is a concern for everyone.

      Myth: If a woman really did not want to be raped, she could fight off her attacker.

      Fact: Even if the rapist is not carrying a weapon, the element of surprise, shock and fear or the threat of harm can overpower a survivor.

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    20. Got it. Is control a factor necessarily? You have much more control over a desperate woman, vs an unwilling one.

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    21. My point?

      You are not the raping kind.

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    22. That of course, was not directed at you, Grey.
      I just smell bullshit all over this anonymous' story of risking jail time for a hot woman. Why do people lie about being deviant? It makes no sense to me.

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    23. I think you're. right. I smell bullshit of the Faceless/OYK/PI kind.
      Oh, forgot Xeist. lmao

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    24. Grey May 1, 2012 06:55 PM
      "You have much more control over a desperate woman, vs an unwilling one."

      Where did you learn that? 'On The Young and the Restless'? :p

      We're talking about rapists. Not your average egotist, who wants to rub one off for ego's sake.

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    25. Let me make myself more clear, Grey. Since I have a habit of assuming people get my sarcasm.

      Just because a woman is desperately attracted to a man, does not make her vulnerable. On the contrary. It can make her unpredictable, violent, impulsive, and willing to take more risks.

      Do you see what I mean?

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    26. @Raven - Interesting. I'm gathering insight. So your facts were helpful.

      I'm still trying to understand this. So, rape is more opportunity than it is conquest? What about different kinds of rape, there are several. Date rape vs stranger rape and so on. Are there different categories of rapists? I would think so, although its probably not discussed frequently. Because, besides us who wants to think about this technical, sadistic stuff? lol.
      The facts provided were a good overlap to rape in general. But apparently my weird drive to know specific details has been engaged. Lol

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    27. @ Raven 7:29 & 7:44.
      Yes, and no. I had directed it originally for the Anon 6:47.
      I should have clarified. A desperate woman vs a woman who wants you desperately.

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    28. Well, it's a conquest to get a violent need met, yeah?

      Click on my name for the link I found, and enjoy your read. :)

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    29. Then do some research instead of asking deliberately obtuse questions, Grey

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    30. Curious as to how anyone mistakes you for a male, Grey. You are beaming with femininity. :)

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    31. Let me break it down a little more.
      A woman who wants you desperately is:
      An assumed willing participant in sex.
      Possibly violent, impulsive, unpredictable etc. But since the assumed objective (sex) is the same, the issue of rape has dissolved into consent. And most likely violence will not ensue because you will both be mutually benefiting.
      A rapist would have more control with a very compliant woman because she is handing over the control to get what she wants. Not vulnerable- negotiable.

      So, I think I get what you mean. If not, correct me. I did not mean to imply true vulnerability. I think we all understand the effect that emotions and hormones have on our brain chemistry, making us all temporarily slightly impaired.. ;) But that works against anyone with a hard-on, or alike. Not just women.

      Depending on the woman, and probably the situation, unpredictability, violent behavior and impulsiveness can be an advantage. Or a disadvantage. But thats getting too technical for me to speculate on further.

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    32. Okay. Personal question. Do you have violent sex fantasies, Grey? Ones that have a man you desire, overpowering you, and maybe taking it a little too far?

      Because you seem to keep pressing on this whole passion/rapist thing, and I'm describing just rapists. The ones who commit this crime over and over again. Not the guy next door who'e raging hard on got the best of him, after 10 shots of Jäger, and a night of doing big fat rails of coke.

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    33. Elicious, I think you may have mistaken my curiosity for 'deliberate obtuseness'
      Research is good. So thank you Raven for providing that link. Very informative.

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    34. Just rapists. It's not about attraction either way. It's about getting a violent need met, in a way that ensures degrading the object of the rape.

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    35. Lol! No.. Not at all actually!

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    36. Oh, I think i see where you are saying that. I was just being thorough and explaining that attraction in itself, is a vulnerability for everyone.

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    37. My mistake, Grey. It appears you really are just a bit stupid.

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    38. I can see that you are capable of having a discussion on harry topics, without getting bent out of shape. Good. We'll have more of them. But, enough of that for one night. I'm off to bed.

      Much obliged to you for the stimulating conversation.

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    39. Raven- my appologies. I am responding to several comments and not giving you clear direction to which one I'm speaking of. I think that may be where some of this passion-confusion is coming from.
      8:27 No- I don't have fantasies where I'm dis empowered.
      Men who claim "passion" as an excuse for anything are fucking pathetic.
      8:29 agreed.
      and 8:00- Thank you! :)

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    40. I'll be interested in seeing how far your mind can stretch with various topics about sadistic acts, Grey. You mentioned an interest in that area, and you seem quite eager to learn a few things. I'd be happy to help in any way I can. :)

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    41. That conversation was a fun read.

      I love discussing topics that most people are too afraid to touch.

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  11. ME, you naughty boy, you. Some more details would be lovely. Were you:
    1. pulling a George Michael
    2. injecting substances
    3. snorting off a hooker's back whilst engaging in unsavoury activities
    4. something even more fun?
    Either way, hope you enjoyed it.

    I once got busted doing "some compromising activity" in a public park on a sunny Sunday morning. By a couple with a labrador. The look on the woman's face was priceless, the man just stared in surprise. My boyfriend was mortified, but I loved it, thought it was hilarious. I winked at the woman and told her there's room for one more if she wants in. She got all weird and stomped away, dragging her man behind.
    A lovely day overall, but had to dump the boyfriend, he became a bit prudish after that. Shame is not good for the libido.

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    1. i dated someone for a couple of months who wouldn't let me see him pee. he would get mad if he thought i peeked. anyway, dumped him.

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    2. Vanilla people are so fucking boring. Where's the fun without a little risk?

      My ex loved jacking me off in public places. We'd go to parks and she'd just reach over and grab my dick and go to town. She found it especially funny to get me hot and bothered when we went out to eat. Trying to ease your way out of a crowded Chili's with a raging hard-on isn't the easiest thing in the world.

      @Zoe: That's weird. Really weird. But also, why would he think you peeked? Methinks he secretly wanted to be watched.

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    3. his car broke down and we were stranded. he had to pee. he made me walk ahead, then yelled at me when he thought i turned around to watch him! in my defence, there was a snow storm and i was turning away from the biting wind and stinging snow. stupid boy. he'd shut the bathroom door behind him and probably lock it although i never checked. so no sharing the bathroom, we had to take turns getting ready.

      too uptight is just as weird as too kinky. it's like both ends have issues or something to prove.

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    4. Vanilla people are so fucking boring. Where's the fun without a little risk?

      i agree, but if you can only do it when there is risk, and can't perform otherwise, that's boring too. been there. no more IT or uptight sciencey guys for Zoe. ;)

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  12. I remember in college i was masturbating and my roommate walked in. He closed to door and walked out. So I continued with my work. I thought it was funny.

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  13. Since ME claims to walk the straight and narrow, legally, I'm going to have to assume this compromising activity was taking a shit.

    You thought it was funny someone walked in on you? How sociopathic.~

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  14. Taking a shit????? Be original TNP. Sheeeeesh

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  15. Event Series--ME in the stall in a compromising position

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  16. Ringo is underrated.

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