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By Anonymous / Sunday 26 September 2010 03:00 / United States
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Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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If OP is under the age of 18 yeah... And is anybody else annoyed about how openly words like "pedo" and "rape" are used? Today the words appearently have different meanings than they did when i was a kid.

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I think #42 means that they're used wrongly, jokingly and too commonly nowadays. Some examples . . • #7 called the creeper a pedophile, but he didn't know the man or the Op's age. • A lot of people scream out the word rape in public as if it's a joke. • Some people confuse the words rapist, pedophile, creeper, etc. with each other; thus using them wrong.

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People have more of an opportunity for more people to see it, that's all. I know plenty of people that are older that will say it was pretty common in their day.

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It was pretty common to wrongly or jokingly use those words in their day? If so, I think that's really sad. I feel like those words aren't as serious as they're meant to be anymore. In my opinion, words like that shouldn't be used jokingly, and most people should know exactly what they mean.

He probably wasn't looking at your eyes. Did you acknowledge this weirdness with a strange, puzzled look back at him? or is that not proper manners when eye gazing through the glory hole? lets face facts, you were hogging the glory hole and he was getting impatient. rude, very rude.

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Whoa! I love how this whole conversation took place while I was obliviously and blissfully asleep. Haha. :P FFML_314, you can stare at me as long as you'd like! Although I don't mean that in a creepy way...I think. Thanks, CitrusGirl! :D It's actually a dress...

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