I know of at least 10 people who legitimately believe about the NWO stuff and Agenda 21 - the process where banking elite have 90% of the global population killed and leave the rest as easily controlled slaves. I've heard more than enough about Bilderburgs, Rothschilds, and Bohemian Grove than a normal person should.
When the tv and the radio tell you the sky is green long enough, you stockpile assault weapons. My news feed is always filled with nonsense. Thankfully I am friends with Dale and it all balances out haha
Ok, I wasn't sure where I wanted to post this, but I figured, why not in this thread?
Back story: I went to high school with this kid. He graduated a year ahead of me and I am pretty sure that I haven't seen him since. In high school, we were merely acquaintances, but we did have a lot of the same friends so we crossed paths here and there. Last week, he joined Facebook and friended me. Today, he PMed me:
I think that he is completely out of line and I definitely don't want to respond again (he has since sent multiple messages in a regular conversation tone). I am tempted to unfriend him. I have no problem with any sexual preference and it's not the fact that he thought I was bi that offends me. It's simply out of line for someone who is basically a complete stranger to ask my sexual preference. Before even a "Hey! How have you been the past 11 years?" Do you guys think I am being over sensitive? I rarely get all worked up over something and when I do, I usually forget it in minutes. This was a few hours ago and I am still peeved at him.
Thanks, guys. I am glad that I asked. Besides needing to make sure that my pissedoffness (totally a word) is validated, I also did not consider responding back to him with a "This is why I am upset" statement. I'm naturally a scaredy cat and avoid confrontation.
So, bonnie, if I told you you had a great body, would you hold it against me?
Seriously, good luck with the situation! I don't know if you can learn this fella anything, but you certainly need not be concerned about hurting his feelings.
I don't think "babe" is an appropriate way to address a lady, even if she is one. He needs to be on Jersey Shore or something.
Yeah, you have to know the person pretty well I think. My best friend prefers when I call her babe. She thinks I'm treating her like a stranger if I dont say it occasionally.
My best guy friend usually calls me babe too, actually. I've mentioned him on here in the past because we have had a crazy friendship. It has crossed the line several times. I do associate babe with intimacy. My dad calls my mom babe and they're pretty classy folk.
And Kate.. yes... yes I would hold it against you.
Post by wannaberoo'ing on Mar 11, 2013 15:43:31 GMT -5
Actually, I was just responding to bonzai. I fear she thinks I insulted her folks cause they call each other "babe." I wasn't clear about when it's appropriate to call a woman a babe. I guess all my bartending days and being around roughnecks, I don't take kindly to strange men calling me pet names.
I only allow my husband to call me "Mrs. Slampiece" and nothing else.