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Im sure op is here 10 years and 6 months later.

UNITED STATES / NOV 27, 2016 12:01 PM EST

in response to: IS RELIGION GOOD FOR MANKIND?
Nope, I stopped using it months ago..

UNITED STATES / NOV 18, 2016 5:13 PM EST

in response to: t least my hands are clean...
Nope, of peter ever saw me, he'd wonder how and why the hell did I put on so much weight... I saw a boy I tutored a couple months ago. Mkay, billy bob?

UNITED STATES / NOV 18, 2016 4:51 PM EST

in response to: I took my contacts out in the cafe on campus near the window, and as I was wiping my spectacles 👓, I saw someone I hadn't seen in a very long time. He didn't see me, and I left w out saying hello.
there will be a baby boom in 9 months

UNITED STATES / NOV 13, 2016 11:23 AM EST

in response to: Was Trump winning the election the sexiest thing to happen to America since Anna Nicole Smith?
Michael Weiner mentioned the Parkinson's symptoms a couple of months ago.

UNITED STATES / NOV 12, 2016 5:23 PM EST

in response to: Hillary Clinton apparently suffers from Parkinson’s or a similar disease and experiences seizures from flashing lights, such as camera flashes at press conferences, the Secret Service told Infowars. Additionally, the federal government has reportedly spent nearly a quarter-million dollars to add handicap steps on government vehicles because Hillary struggles with balance, a fact already established by a Reuters photo showing two men helping Hillary up stairs.
I have cheated in the past. Twice. Once I was young and stupid. It seems more than a lifetime ago. I no longer feel guilty for anything I did back then. Second Time, at least I know I messed up. My boyfriend at the time was nearly twice vmy age. He was impotent, and claimed to have very little intrest in sex. I was drunk. I made a mistake. I felt guilty for months. Then he left me for a stripper. At least I didn't brag about what I did.

UNITED STATES / NOV 10, 2016 8:35 PM EST

in response to: Do you cheat?
And to think just a few short months ago they would have kicked his ass for voting for Obama. Truly a strange and fickle world we live in.

UNITED STATES / NOV 10, 2016 3:58 PM EST

in response to: A white guy in Chicago was beaten badly and put in the hospital and his car stolen because 3 black guys thought he voted for Trump.
Ask me in six months. By then the impeachment hearings will be going strong. (BTW, this would be the same answer even if 'Hilly' were substituted in the question)

UNITED STATES / NOV 10, 2016 8:32 AM EST

in response to: What will daily life be like in Donald Trump's America?
I have no idea. We won't know for months (or years) if we made the right decision. If a bombing or catastrophe happens then we may find out sooner.

UNITED STATES / NOV 9, 2016 3:56 PM EST

in response to: To any Donald Trump supporters: Was it worth it? Not trying to harass or troll, I am honest and true.
Many months ago when the libtards began to fervently believe Mama Hilly would clutch them to her bosom.

UNITED STATES / NOV 6, 2016 5:49 PM EST

in response to: When did "Trump Supporter" become an insult?
I go every couple months

CANADA / NOV 6, 2016 11:22 AM EST

in response to: How many times a year you visit your buried relatives?
I paid $20,000 for her. That's top dollar. However, price reflects quality and she's a sexy little bitch with lovely olive skin, green eyes and nice curly hair. Furthermore, she was only 5 years old when I got her, so I knew I was going to get years of prepubescent sex from her. I bought my previous girlfriend for $3,000 but she had downs syndrome (hence the discount) the little bitch hit puberty just a few months after I acquired her so she actually proved to be an expensive false economy

UNITED STATES / OCT 28, 2016 1:00 PM EST

in response to: Just because some people express their love for children in ways that society considers unorthodox doesn't mean they deserve to be shamed and vilified. It's the 21st century and high time we learned to be tolerant of each others sexual preferences. I'm proud to be a pedophile and I've taken great care of my 9 year old girlfriend ever since her father sold her to me.
Does your interest stem from the fact of all the political news that has been flooding the media over the past several months? There are several books out on the subject. Try using your search engine: 'Political Science'. One such you could check out is the political science: an introduction. That is if you really intend actually go through with your studies and are not in it for the whim. 😼

UNITED STATES / OCT 12, 2016 7:59 PM EST

in response to: Alright, I have a question... can you help me? 😊
Months ago.

UNITED STATES / OCT 4, 2016 8:13 PM EST

in response to: When the last time you bathe? 🙇
Hi, my name is Mudiwa Najeeri and I am a quadriplegic who is deaf, dumb, and blind. I also have no maje. I have spent months learning to read braille with my mouth so that I can come onto the internet and ask you all to help me. One of the care workers is touching my cooter, a lot, which I like but I want maje too. Please respond if you can help me.

UNITED STATES / SEP 29, 2016 7:26 AM EST

in response to: I was walking to school and cops stopped me. Said they heard I had maje. Patted me down and found nothing but cuffed me and took me to jail anyway. Made me strip naked, searched my clothes and then all of me. Asked me all these questions about maje and sex and everything then gave me back my clothes and stuff and let me go. I was pretty embarrassed but it was kind of a weird sort of thrill too. Is it normal to get turned on by having to strip and be searched?
Hi, my name is Mudiwa Najeeri and I am a quadrapelic who is deaf, dumb, and blind. I also have a very blunted sense of touch. I have spent months learning to read braille with my mouth so that I can come onto the intenet and ask you all to help me. One of the care workers is touching my cooter, a lot, and no one seems to be doing anything about it. Please respond if you can help me. Mother Fuсkers!

UNITED STATES / SEP 28, 2016 2:54 PM EST

in response to: I was walking to school and cops stopped me. Said they heard I had drugs. Patted me down and found nothing but cuffed me and took me to jail anyway. Made me strip naked, searched my clothes and then all of me. Asked me all these questions about drugs and sex and everything then gave me back my clothes and stuff and let me go. I was pretty embarrassed but it was kind of a weird sort of thrill too. Is it normal to get turned on by having to strip and be searched?
Heart shattering. I cried till I ran dry, which was months.

UNITED STATES / SEP 27, 2016 2:55 AM EST

in response to: How did it feel losing a loved one?
Because people don't want to put in the hard work and effort. Even though they might "want" it doesn't make it easy. If it was easy everyone would do it. For example working out. If it was easy to get the body you wanted then everyone would do it but because it takes months even years of hard work and effort people don't want it. Time and effort tends to scare people.

UNITED STATES / SEP 9, 2016 12:51 PM EST

in response to: Why do people blame their self-inflicted, self-solvable problems on things out of their control? Does that make them feel better about not putting in the effort to change their situation? Fat people make it sound like fat is a terminal illness rather than something they can get rid of by dieting and exercising. And that's just one example.
who cares what people think. quit caring. i know thats hard, but it took me 6 months. now, i just flip people off when they step on my toes. im actually a very nice person

UNITED STATES / SEP 4, 2016 11:32 PM EST

in response to: So, I'm a 14 year old girl and have gone to waldorf schools all my life but I just entered high school and was surprised that all the girls had boyfriends and everyone swears a lot. Will people think im weird if I don't want a boyfriend? Is that normal?
Continued... I would advise you to make a compromise with your mom and go to a church for a month or two with the agreement that if church isn't for you then your allowed to leave after a few months and hear nothing more about the matter.

UNITED STATES / SEP 4, 2016 12:46 PM EST

in response to: My mom is pressuring me to attend/join a church, but she doesn't know that I'm an atheist. Also I'm a freshman in college. What do you think I should do about the situation?
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