Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#790 Dec 30, 2012
sam wrote:
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I'm sorry guy....
But this commet makes me very ~awkward~ and uncomfortable.
Reading these exchanges kind of make me cringe.
I think the fact is that I have a little sister "haters" age. And if an old dude (no offense) said this to her. I'd make sure he he'll regret it so hard...his grandkids will regret it too.
I find it so awkward and totally not appropriate cause -most- people on here are in their 30's and plus.
People say age doesn't matter....but i'm sure that only comes to account when both adults are @ least in their mid 20's. Cause before then....It's more of a time to become stupid and irrational.
Come to think of it, after reading Hater's lustings for Asian men, maybe I'll watch Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon tonight. Love that Yeoh-Ziyi chick on chick fight scene.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#791 Dec 30, 2012
LookingToEscape wrote:
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Spank me? I think you have this backwards.
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I was going to don on a Santa suit, meet you by the Christmas tree and spank a very naughty naughty young woman for Christmas.
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Santa knows young women sometimes need a firm guiding hand :)
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Happy New Year Ms Hater.
There's always next year, so it's still possible to have the entire Santa ensemble and bend a naughty girl over. But nooo, the men who dress up like Santa are usually white. Are you white? Sowwy, I only allow Asian men to touch my tush, you better find another young woman to imagine yourself spanking.

We should probably lay off the playful talk for a bit, since we're attracting the attention of serious but well-meaning people. I love how you said it's a FINE art, you're probably a man who participates in this kind of banter with all kinds of women, player!
Hater

Bristol, RI

#792 Dec 30, 2012
sam wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sorry guy....
But this commet makes me very ~awkward~ and uncomfortable.
Reading these exchanges kind of make me cringe.
I think the fact is that I have a little sister "haters" age. And if an old dude (no offense) said this to her. I'd make sure he he'll regret it so hard...his grandkids will regret it too.
I find it so awkward and totally not appropriate cause -most- people on here are in their 30's and plus.
People say age doesn't matter....but i'm sure that only comes to account when both adults are @ least in their mid 20's. Cause before then....It's more of a time to become stupid and irrational.
He's only playing around, no big deal. Now if he was to ask me to talk with him privately then that'd make me very uncomfortable. But he's a nice guy, it was my fault for initiating the whole spanking discussion. Blame it all on me and my "irrational[ity]".

Hmm. If I had to hire a bodyguard some day, I'd probably look for you. So very protective and I bet you really would punch someone right in the face for being a creep. Although I don't tolerate violence, a person like you with ready fists is welcome by my side anytime. Thank you for being so worried, but I can take care of myself for the time being. When I can't, I'll hit you up.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#793 Dec 30, 2012
^ I meant to say you're welcome by my side anytime I need it. c:

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#794 Dec 30, 2012
Hater wrote:
<quoted text> There's always next year, so it's still possible to have the entire Santa ensemble and bend a naughty girl over.
1) But nooo, the men who dress up like Santa are usually white. Are you white?
2) Sowwy, I only allow Asian men to touch my tush, you better find another young woman to imagine yourself spanking.
We should probably lay off the playful talk for a bit, since we're attracting the attention of serious but well-meaning people.
3) I love how you said it's a FINE art, you're probably a man who participates in this kind of banter with all kinds of women, player!
1) In Japan, the Santas are Japanese.
2) Never leave to an amateur what requires a skilled professional*
Yes I am white (to the untrained eye) which is why I said Asian men are a good second choice. No need for me to boost the competition. I'm nice but not that nice.
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3) To keep a sharp knife edge fine honing is required.
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*- I never was into the spanking thing. I let your initial comment pass though I admit I was amused when I read it. In person I am considered most unspankable but some women feel my type A personality would make me a good spanker.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#795 Dec 30, 2012
Hater wrote:
<quoted text> But he's a nice guy, it was my fault for initiating the whole spanking discussion. Blame it all on me and my "irrational[ity]".
You have a cheeky personality which is why I responded to one of your posts. Most of the posts for this thread are basically dog chasing it's own tail in quality, meaning they go no where. Yours went somewhere in a fun way.
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I am not sure what poor ole Sam will do when his sister starts dating. I can see him sitting between her and her date at a movie.
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Again Ms Hater, Happy New Year.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#796 Dec 30, 2012
LookingToEscape wrote:
<quoted text>
1) In Japan, the Santas are Japanese.
2) Never leave to an amateur what requires a skilled professional*
Yes I am white (to the untrained eye) which is why I said Asian men are a good second choice. No need for me to boost the competition. I'm nice but not that nice.
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3) To keep a sharp knife edge fine honing is required.
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*- I never was into the spanking thing. I let your initial comment pass though I admit I was amused when I read it. In person I am considered most unspankable but some women feel my type A personality would make me a good spanker.
I was going by the Christmas experience here in America. I've never seen a Japanese Santa before so excuse me. The depiction of Santa being a jolly, fat white man has always stuck with me and over here I never encounter an Asian who would impersonate Mr. Claus. Do the Japanese celebrate Christmas the same ways we do? 

Both HR and I perceived the whole second choice thing as an intimate expression of jealousy in regards to who I'm with. Inflated ego kicking in, my apologies.

You're a type A person too? OMG, you can totes relate to me when I mention how stressful it is, having that achievement-driven mentality and just focusing too much on time and getting everything done. My OCD-like symptoms are a pain. Sometimes I hate this need to ensure that everything I am and do is perfect, but it pays off in the end.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#797 Dec 30, 2012
LookingToEscape wrote:
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You have a cheeky personality which is why I responded to one of your posts. Most of the posts for this thread are basically dog chasing it's own tail in quality, meaning they go no where. Yours went somewhere in a fun way.
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I am not sure what poor ole Sam will do when his sister starts dating. I can see him sitting between her and her date at a movie.
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Again Ms Hater, Happy New Year.
Aha... yeah... I noticed that my many posts describing Asian men are all a bit over the top. Nobody else wants to emphasize how wonderful they are and so I just thought, hey, I might as well put my creative mind to the task and open up these people's eyes. I'm sort of a fanatic when it comes to my Asian men, and hopefully more girls and boys will start to appreciate them for their uniqueness. How the western media portrays them is of no importance to me.

Is sam a boy or a girl? Anyhow, I like how his/her defensive side must be out 24/7, it could come in handy and save some innocent girls from men with bad intentions. That sister of his/hers is in good care.

Ah, it's 2013 soon? WE SURVIVED, LOL! What a miracle. Everyone that I know was taking this whole end of the world issue so seriously, even my school principal wished us all a sincere good-bye before vacation. Glad to be able to wish you a Happy New Year too, LTE, we have a whole new year to continue laying our eyes upon Asian men.(:

“phresh, bruh”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#798 Jan 1, 2013
Hater wrote:
<quoted text>If I had to hire a bodyguard some day, I'd probably look for you. So very protective and I bet you really would punch someone right in the face for being a creep. Although I don't tolerate violence, a person like you with ready fists is welcome by my side anytime. Thank you for being so worried, but I can take care of myself for the time being. When I can't, I'll hit you up.
-lol no prob

Saftey first!:)

“phresh, bruh”

Since: Feb 12

Location hidden

#799 Jan 1, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
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I am not sure what poor ole Sam will do when his sister starts dating. I can see him sitting between her and her date at a movie.
That seems a bit extreme. I'd just used my ninja skills to stock them.
I would just hide in a bush or something so if he tries anything I will chop him with my fist!!
hahaha...

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#800 Jan 1, 2013
Hater wrote:
<quoted text> I was going by the Christmas experience here in America. I've never seen a Japanese Santa before so excuse me. The depiction of Santa being a jolly, fat white man has always stuck with me and over here I never encounter an Asian who would impersonate Mr. Claus. Do the Japanese celebrate Christmas the same ways we do? 
Both HR and I perceived the whole second choice thing as an intimate expression of jealousy in regards to who I'm with. Inflated ego kicking in, my apologies.
You're a type A person too? OMG, you can totes relate to me when I mention how stressful it is, having that achievement-driven mentality and just focusing too much on time and getting everything done. My OCD-like symptoms are a pain. Sometimes I hate this need to ensure that everything I am and do is perfect, but it pays off in the end.
Almond eyed Santas run riot through out Japan, ho ho ho'ing with the best of them. Japan has a small Christian community so the majority of them practice the secular parts of Christmas, trees and gifts. I would guess they had picked up this custom from the occupying American troops following WW2.
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As for you being type A, am I witnessing a Tiger Mother in formation? A woman who in the not too distant future will have a sulky 7 year old daughter hearing her mother tell her to get on with her piano lessons?

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#801 Jan 1, 2013
Hater wrote:
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1)I'm sort of a fanatic when it comes to my Asian men, and hopefully more girls and boys will start to appreciate them for their uniqueness. How the western media portrays them is of no importance to me.
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Ah, it's 2013 soon? WE SURVIVED, LOL! What a miracle. Everyone that I know was taking this whole end of the world issue so seriously, even my school principal wished us all a sincere good-bye before vacation. Glad to be able to wish you a Happy New Year too,
2) LTE, we have a whole new year to continue laying our eyes upon Asian men.(:
1) William Hung was a bit of a set back for Asian men.
2) While I have enjoyed several Asian men in a variety of movie roles, I must say my appreciation for things Asian that walk upright still goes to Michelle Yeoh and Gong Li both which require lifelong study in order to earn your PhD.
2)
Hater

Bristol, RI

#802 Jan 5, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
<quoted text>
Almond eyed Santas run riot through out Japan, ho ho ho'ing with the best of them. Japan has a small Christian community so the majority of them practice the secular parts of Christmas, trees and gifts. I would guess they had picked up this custom from the occupying American troops following WW2.
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As for you being type A, am I witnessing a Tiger Mother in formation? A woman who in the not too distant future will have a sulky 7 year old daughter hearing her mother tell her to get on with her piano lessons?
I read up on the Japanese celebration of it and almost every link I came across states that they enjoy eating a nice serving of fried chicken wings from KFC during the holiday. If only my family was like them and would settle for KFC every Christmas, I mean, like, nobody makes mashed potatoes better than KFC does.

Oh, please, I'll most likely be worse than a tiger mother if that is even possible. I'm planning to pop out six babies and assign specific careers for each of them to work toward, if they don't like it then that's too bad. I can always drop the disobedient ones off at an isolated and lifeless island as punishment and have some more babies.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#803 Jan 5, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
<quoted text>
1) William Hung was a bit of a set back for Asian men.
2) While I have enjoyed several Asian men in a variety of movie roles, I must say my appreciation for things Asian that walk upright still goes to Michelle Yeoh and Gong Li both which require lifelong study in order to earn your PhD.
Gawsh, not the "She Bangs" guy! His strong Chinese accent was really cute but he should've stayed away from trying to sing English songs... Well I'm sure he is a wonderful singer when sticking to his own language. Wilbur Pan is an example of a remarkable Chinese singer who has his limits; one of his songs, "Bu De Bu Ai" shows how lovely his voice is when singing and rapping in Chinese but his other one with Akon, "Be With You" has a little part where he raps in English and it hurts to hear him sound like that.

OMG MAN! Both of those ladies are almost in their fifties, they're grannies, HOLY CRAP. I'm guessing you're near their age too? When you mentioned wanting to watch that Yeoh-Ziyi fight before, I assumed it was because of Zhang Ziyi's youthful body moving to and fro, lunging at Michelle Yeoh. Guess not... LMFAO...

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#804 Jan 5, 2013
Hater wrote:
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1) I read up on the Japanese celebration of it and almost every link I came across states that they enjoy eating a nice serving of fried chicken wings from KFC during the holiday. If only my family was like them and would settle for KFC every Christmas, I mean, like, nobody makes mashed potatoes better than KFC does.
2) Oh, please, I'll most likely be worse than a tiger mother if that is even possible. I'm planning to pop out six babies and assign specific careers for each of them to work toward, if they don't like it then that's too bad. I can always drop the disobedient ones off at an isolated and lifeless island as punishment and have some more babies.
1) In the Japanese movie Departures they were eating fried chicken at Christmas. I never realized the implication.
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2) 6 kids? You are going to be one tired woman. My hunch is if you make it to 3 kids at most that will be quite a feat. Train one kid to cut the lawn and then drop it off at my house. Your pain can be my gain.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#805 Jan 5, 2013
Hater wrote:
<quoted text> Gawsh, not the "She Bangs" guy! His strong Chinese accent was really cute but he should've stayed away from trying to sing English songs... Well I'm sure he is a wonderful singer when sticking to his own language. Wilbur Pan is an example of a remarkable Chinese singer who has his limits; one of his songs, "Bu De Bu Ai" shows how lovely his voice is when singing and rapping in Chinese but his other one with Akon, "Be With You" has a little part where he raps in English and it hurts to hear him sound like that.
OMG MAN! Both of those ladies are almost in their fifties, they're grannies, HOLY CRAP. I'm guessing you're near their age too? When you mentioned wanting to watch that Yeoh-Ziyi fight before, I assumed it was because of Zhang Ziyi's youthful body moving to and fro, lunging at Michelle Yeoh. Guess not... LMFAO...
I realized you responded just before I came on... you must have read my mind Grasshopper.
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Zhang, Ziyi is too, too cute and I enjoyed her in Memoirs Of A Geisha and Crouching Tiger but Gong, Li is intriguing and I have always enjoyed her acting. The way she uses her face, script becomes subsidiary. I got Farewell My Concubine (great movie) to view again from Netflix for tomorrow in part because she's in it.
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Yeoh has grace and style. Hopefully you will do as well when you hit 50 ;) If you haven't already, watch her in the movie Far North.

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#806 Jan 5, 2013
Hater wrote:
<quoted text>When you mentioned wanting to watch that Yeoh-Ziyi fight before, I assumed it was because of Zhang Ziyi's youthful body moving to and fro, lunging at Michelle Yeoh. Guess not... LMFAO...
Here's the trailer for Far North:

Since: Mar 08

Allentown, PA

#807 Jan 5, 2013
Hater wrote:
<quoted text>When you mentioned wanting to watch that Yeoh-Ziyi fight before, I assumed it was because of Zhang Ziyi's youthful body moving to and fro, lunging at Michelle Yeoh. Guess not... LMFAO...
I'll post the remaining piece (the denunciation scene) of Farewell My Concubine on YouTube:
&fe ature=related
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This scene had impact on me because I remember hearing about activities like this during the Cultural Revolution (yea, I am a bit over 30). At time people in the US couldn't accept the Chinese were doing this to each other.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#808 Jan 6, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
6 kids? You are going to be one tired woman. My hunch is if you make it to 3 kids at most that will be quite a feat. Train one kid to cut the lawn and then drop it off at my house. Your pain can be my gain.
You're silly, three is way too little and certainly not enough for me. I'm sort of familiar with the whole child-rearing process anyways, it'll be an easy as well as a fun job! Parents get to dress up their babies however they want, that's something I'm looking forward to. <3 

Wah, why don't you just have your own kid and train 'em? If you want to use mine, you know I'll be expecting some kind of reciprocation from you. Ain't anything done for free, sir.
Hater

Bristol, RI

#809 Jan 6, 2013
LookingToEscape wrote:
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I realized you responded just before I came on... you must have read my mind Grasshopper.
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Zhang, Ziyi is too, too cute and I enjoyed her in Memoirs Of A Geisha and Crouching Tiger but Gong, Li is intriguing and I have always enjoyed her acting. The way she uses her face, script becomes subsidiary. I got Farewell My Concubine (great movie) to view again from Netflix for tomorrow in part because she's in it.
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Yeoh has grace and style. Hopefully you will do as well when you hit 50 ;) If you haven't already, watch her in the movie Far North.
I haven't even seen one of those movies yet, but when I have time, I'll watch them. You must watch a lot of other Asian movies too, dang, LOL. 

Hopefully? So you're hoping I'll have grace and style when I turn fifty, but um, is that going to benefit you in any way? Well it's always good to still have that young vigor, especially when dancing is involved. I really admire many of the dances that are of Hispanic origin, they're one thing my kids will be forced to learn.

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