“Why are We here?”

Since: Apr 09

Tobacco Road

#10550 Nov 9, 2009
reza june wrote:
<quoted text>
So Fem, you're blameless in all this, right? Knowing that the Belgium guy was married and his wife's disapproval of his writing to another female, you, never-the-less, were still going to spend a weekend with this moron, until your fiance put his foot down and voiced his disapproval.(this is what you consider being controlling?)
What did you really expect him to say, "Have a nice weekend with whatever you're planning to do together". Put the shoe on the other foot, with your fiance spending the weekend with a young married lady, would you give it your full blessing?
Interesting...
Slit-Licker

United States

#10551 Nov 9, 2009
Krabi, Sir, I do believe the young lady has a bit of a chip on her shoulder. And for some reason, she POSITIVELY HATES my name!

“Pardon my nosiness ”

Since: May 07

London, England

#10552 Nov 9, 2009
Cio Firewalker wrote:
Reza june, Ahh... fair enough. Delusional and idiot as I may seem to be darling, but it doesn't change the fact that most of you Faculent Maggot English people are constantly drunk, & two faced fishie (Ye Cannot be trusted). nonetheless, I can always make an excemption. Savvy? Be gone ye nosy wobbly-legged English. And kindly tell yer Chaps, to quit messing around in spain. Carribean?*Laughs*. We are natural born navigators m'dear.
Sunshine, the only natural born navigation you can do is on Topix, dearie, if you get my drift.
You seem to be not too impartial to the drink yourself, wobbly brains. Tell me is that your nose you're typing with whilst laying in a horizontal position?

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10553 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
<quoted text> Thank you, Lady. You expressed your opinion concisely, intelligently, and without petty name calling. For that I respect you. I'm sorry the name bothers you, I myself can see the vulgarity in it, however but i hope it won't stop us from conversing.
You are more than welcome...but, if it's a test to see how people will react, then you know it's going to be offensive to some.

However, had your posts been fully reflective of the name, I would never have responded at all.

:)

It's just not something that a gentleman would use.
Slit-Licker

United States

#10554 Nov 9, 2009
I know, it does have a bit of a vulgarity to it. But I figure if I can get people to converse with me it shows I can get them past it. I'd like to say I'm a gentleman & I try but that is a standard even higher than I can honestly hold myself to. But to reiterate those were my true feelings I expressed on love and marriage. I won't say I'll never do it, but if love is genuine then nothing will change that fact or increase it! I think all any of us want is that someone who makes us feel special, needed and complete. Just my two cents.

“Pardon my nosiness ”

Since: May 07

London, England

#10555 Nov 9, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
<quoted text>
You are more than welcome...but, if it's a test to see how people will react, then you know it's going to be offensive to some.
However, had your posts been fully reflective of the name, I would never have responded at all.
:)
It's just not something that a gentleman would use.
I have a suspicion that you are not dealing with a gentleman, but a cad whose real screen name is 'Cio' look at the ISP!
Inexplicably these two supposed posters just showed up on a obscure thread I'm on.
Their misspellings are similar as is their Semantic Structures without the pirate-isms.
Slit-Licker

United States

#10556 Nov 9, 2009
Check the isp if you want, but I'm not your pirate.
Slit-Licker

United States

#10557 Nov 9, 2009
for the record I'm a service mechanic. All day long I have to dumd myself down by not using big,complicated words or correct vocabulary. I throw out more 'ain't's,ya'll's,y'aunt's, & reckon's than you would believe. It's bad enough I'm a top hand 20 yrs younger than my customer base, but if I speak like I was taught, I'm either 'uppity prick' or 'queer'. So no' i'm not masquerading as some other guy, or trying to talk like a pirate. I'm merely using proper english. Thank you.u

“Pardon my nosiness ”

Since: May 07

London, England

#10558 Nov 9, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
<quoted text>
You are more than welcome...but, if it's a test to see how people will react, then you know it's going to be offensive to some.
However, had your posts been fully reflective of the name, I would never have responded at all.
:)
It's just not something that a gentleman would use.
You ladies will love this video:

Slit-Licker

United States

#10559 Nov 9, 2009
And the occansional punctuation is mobile related. Please excuse me.

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10560 Nov 9, 2009
reza june wrote:
<quoted text>
You ladies will love this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =XQcVllWpwGsXX
:)

Cracks me up!!! SO much work went into making that. The graphics are good and the editing is really good!

i LOVE babies!!!!!

Since: Mar 09

AOL

#10561 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
How interesting.I've been labeled a 'skank'. But I was so hoping we could find fault with my logic. I would so love to hear the explanation. Only three people have taken offense to this handle. But if you want me to leave, just say so. If, however, you care for a spirited debate, i can oblige.
Make it four people - But I wasn't going to complain I was just ignoring you and your posts.

I think when you chose the name it was for shock value. But to me and some other people it seems you are saying "I like nasty, I am nasty"

That's cool, freedom of speech. And I am sure you will never miss the people who are ignoring you or turned off by your moniker. Of course maybe you are not talking about women't private parts maybe it is the slit of a he or an it.

You have been just vague enough to leave the possibilites open.

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10562 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
for the record I'm a service mechanic. All day long I have to dumd myself down by not using big,complicated words or correct vocabulary. I throw out more 'ain't's,ya'll's,y'aunt's, & reckon's than you would believe. It's bad enough I'm a top hand 20 yrs younger than my customer base, but if I speak like I was taught, I'm either 'uppity prick' or 'queer'. So no' i'm not masquerading as some other guy, or trying to talk like a pirate. I'm merely using proper english. Thank you.u
Sounds like you live in the South.

?

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10563 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
I know, it does have a bit of a vulgarity to it. But I figure if I can get people to converse with me it shows I can get them past it. I'd like to say I'm a gentleman & I try but that is a standard even higher than I can honestly hold myself to. But to reiterate those were my true feelings I expressed on love and marriage. I won't say I'll never do it, but if love is genuine then nothing will change that fact or increase it! I think all any of us want is that someone who makes us feel special, needed and complete. Just my two cents.
Not "a bit of vulgarity" - it's gross. And, a true gentleman wouldn't even think of using that as a name - especially in public.

Also, I have to say, I don't think there is any need to test people in terms of who will speak with you. Most people don't care being tested upon introduction.

And, don't ever let anyone make you feel as though you should dumb yourself down for their benefit. Maybe keeping a dictionary, thesaurus and online encyclopedia at the shop is a better solution....and, when they give you attitude, just point them in the right direction.

Those who slither along the bottom always want to bring others down to their level. Otherwise, people will be respectful of you regardless of what slang you do or do not use.

Class is not determined by one's bank account or, often, even education. It's about how one is raised to work within a system of a society - and respect - for oneself and for others.

jmo

Slit-Licker

United States

#10564 Nov 9, 2009
Always good to keep people guessing. Although it's not my persuasion I could see where you could draw the 'he' conclusion. I'm not sure whether or not to be offended by the 'it' possibility though. Vulgar as it may be as a handle I spent too much time around women & have too many female friends to be a mysoginist, despite Femenist assumptions.
Slit-Licker

United States

#10565 Nov 9, 2009
Yep, deep down in Texas. And i meant 'Feminist' the poster insulting me.
Slit-Licker

United States

#10566 Nov 9, 2009
Well fortunately my boss and his wife are the same. Intelligent,fairly well read, and with a bit of disdain for people with a higher education who use it for the feeling of superiority. My parents were the same. But thank you all for the support.

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10567 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
Always good to keep people guessing. Although it's not my persuasion I could see where you could draw the 'he' conclusion. I'm not sure whether or not to be offended by the 'it' possibility though. Vulgar as it may be as a handle I spent too much time around women & have too many female friends to be a mysoginist, despite Femenist assumptions.
I'm not sure to whom it is you are responding but those sound like average typos to me.

I happen to be guilty of way too many of them to poke fun at others....I reserve that for those that are completely illiterate and, trust me, there are P L E N T Y of them!!

If you hit the "reply" on the top, right hand side of the post to which you are responding, it will attach the post and your response.

“think out of the box”

Since: Apr 08

Location hidden

#10568 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
Yep, deep down in Texas. And i meant 'Feminist' the poster insulting me.
Hmmmm - never been to TX but lived in Atlanta for a period of time and it all sounds very familiar.

I'm a real Yankee girl so I'm thinking I wouldn't do too well down there.

Also, you're welcome. You shouldn't put down what you do for a living. I adore my mechanic and depend on him a great deal. Finding one who is honest with women is worth a lifetime of referrals.

Anyone who has a job these days is thankful and anyone who works an honest day should be proud.

Since: Mar 09

AOL

#10569 Nov 9, 2009
Slit-Licker wrote:
Always good to keep people guessing. Although it's not my persuasion I could see where you could draw the 'he' conclusion. I'm not sure whether or not to be offended by the 'it' possibility though. Vulgar as it may be as a handle I spent too much time around women & have too many female friends to be a mysoginist, despite Femenist assumptions.
Different things can be offensive to different people.
The "it" was for shock value

We can get all twisted up with this PC stuff trying to please each individual. But there are often things that offend more than a few people (not just feminists - perhaps a nice lady with a certain upbringing may not like the name you chose)

regarding your daily unfulfilling conversations with customers:
Maybe you could meet some friends for lunch and break the long day up a bit.

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