By Anonymous

Grand Old Irony

Today, I asked my 'friend with benefits' if she'd consider actually dating me regularly. She said yes, but only if I joined the Republican Party, because she "would never date anyone who didn't fight for morality." FML
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By  jrn  |  14

Dodged a bullet

By  jrn  |  14

Dodged a bullet

By  juggalo2  |  15

It's nice of her to be open upfront that this is a deal breaker. Much better than letting you into a relationship and then nagging you or being passive aggressive about it.

By  Matthew Irmen  |  11

If you don’t think it’s a good idea then walk away because the arguments down the road will be awful. If she wants you to do it because of morality she is already a lost cause

This has got to be a troll...Republicans, moral 🤣🤣🤣🤣 they’re the party that mostly advocates for eliminating abortions. When asked how they plan to help prevent pregnancy or support expectant mothers, they don’t advocate for free access to birth control, comprehensive sex education, or social programs to help the poor, thus putting expectant mothers in a difficult place during pregnancy: either hope they have a strong support system to help with baby or suffer nine long months of pregnancy and give your baby away to someone you barely know.

  julfunky  |  29

What’s the point in this abortion tangent? We are all well aware where Republicans stand.

And no, not a troll. It sounds exactly right. People who spout off about morals seem to do so in the most immoral way possible.