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By Anonymous - / Saturday 28 November 2009 22:23 / United States
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By  teiso_fml  |  5

Even if she DID want your personal number to go out with you, yelling that out isn't the classiest move to make... and probably would have freaked her out a little.

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  Unregistered  |  7

fuck you how is that a fail this guy might have autism or a severe case of down syndrome and with that simple of a mind they still havent developed how to hold a proper conversation without yelling so fuck you stupid twat

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  Unregistered  |  7

oh what i wouldnt do for a tall glass of that divine "fuck off" juice too bad im too busy not pre-mature ejaculating to the thought of a boy asking me out on a date must be tough being you single for 18 years

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  dnlphm94  |  7

@Unregistered: I just LOVE how you freak out on someone who said one word. -.- If you've been around this website, then you'll notice that people have said more insulting things. So chill out. @OP: Being single isn't that bad. You could have a dependent and annoying girlfriend.

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  DameGreyWulf  |  7

Wow, Unregistered, chill out. I've been single for /19/ years. The point is it doesn't matter. Your argument is invalid, and in any case your posts are full of logical fallacies. 18: Hasty Generalization: fallacy that states because one fact is true, it means another fact. "He shouts without thinking, therefore he must have Tourettes." 23: Ad Hominem: fallacy that attacks a person to avoid truly arguing with them. "I'm right because I'm too busy not being horny and single." (also makes a Hasty Generalization in another form; "All single people are sad and lonely.") 32: Red Herring: fallacy that redirects the argument away from the issue at hand by bringing up irrelevent topics. Self explanatory.

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  teiso_fml  |  7

How is assuming a guy has autism or severe down's syndrome without knowing anything about him is somehow less insulting, not just to this guy, but also to people with autism and down's syndrome? He may have autism or down's syndrome but there's nothing to indicate that in his post and making that assumption based on... well... nothing... doesn't make you any less of a jerk than the guy who posted "fail". I'm not saying that saying "fail" isn't a jerky thing to do, but you WAY overreact. It's not your place to be insulted by it, anyhow, since it wasn't directed towards you. Unless you're the OP, in which case, at least step up and admit that you're the OP.

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  Unregistered  |  7

lol no im pretty sure people who shout out after finally getting a date must have a severe case of social down syndrome or social autism serisously how fucked up can your childhood be that you cant even have a fucking conversation with the opposite sex

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  DameGreyWulf  |  7

Unregistered, OP seemed to have a fine time talking before shouting. Obviously he got overly excited, thus his initial assumption, and lost himself. People do it quite often. Not deficient, just stupid and desperate.

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  br00kr  |  7

I have autism.....and ADHD..... And aspurgars....;( I have been made fun of since kindergarten and am now going into highschool and it still continues....its a touchy subject for me......

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  DameGreyWulf  |  5

This. Also why do you care? Are you recently single? Because that's the only explanation for such "depression." Otherwise you're a sad sack of lose. Especially since, apparently being the kind of person who needs "love" to feel validated, you EXPECT people to come ask you instead of you asking them.

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  AngelRaven89  |  8

The Op is a man, and if he's shouting "finally someone wants to go out with me" he isn't exactly thinking highly of himself, it's more like the complete opposite.

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  DameGreyWulf  |  8

Well, I've met plenty men I would call bitch. Dictionary: bitch (bĭch) 2.Offensive. c.A man considered to be weak or contemptible. 4.Slang. Something very unpleasant or difficult.

By  teiso_fml  |  5

Even if she DID want your personal number to go out with you, yelling that out isn't the classiest move to make... and probably would have freaked her out a little.

By  perdix  |  37

She probably did want to go out with the guy, but when he shouted, she could smell the stink of desperation and made up the thing about the store's number just to get out of it. Way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, you loser.

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