By The Soul Of A Damned Queef - 31/01/2015 04:04 - United States - Dublin
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You told him 'dirty'. Now only your definition of dirty has to match with his definition!
He's just stating that not only is the sex going to be fun, but it's going to patriotic, you know, seeing that he's commemorating the dreadful events that transpired that morning, but hey that's just my understanding.
I honestly don't know why I got so many down votes. Guess I'm the only one on the ******* site who personally has seen the effects of it. Excuse the **** out of me for not finding his joke about 9/11 funny. My dad was one of the lucky first responders who didn't get too many health problems from it, unlike a lot of people who got cancer and long term, terminal effects from it. So no, I'm not stupid and I do not take back what I originally said. And thank you to those who did defend me.
@51, I actually genuinely didn't know that about the after effects of breathing in all the harmful substances. Nonetheless, still something that will forever be a tragedy whether it's been 14 years or 40. Thank you for your Dad's service, and I'm glad he got out relatively unscathed. He's a hero going into that building with no guarantees on his own well-being. Sacrifice is truly the most beautiful form of humanity there is.
Why would he think you would want a terrorist attack on your ******?
Were you there? Had family die? If no, there's no way that was offensive to you. Get over yourself and enjoy the sex.
#10 was saying if not then shut up and enjoy the sex. Which is a valid point. You're wayyyy too sensitive if something like that comment upsets you. It was almost a decade and a half ago, can we stop crying about it already. I think as Americans we have been playing the 9/11 card for far too long. Look at the atrocities that transpire everyday in other countries, are they hoisting it up as the worst thing ever for the next 15 years? Nope, in fact the rest of the world seems to bounce back and carry on remarkably faster than us. Yeah, the shit was tragic and I'm all for remembering it on that day every year, but for God's sake can we put it to bed now?
26 I guess you don't know anyone that is/was a first responder. People are still dying from me after affects of the dust and debris that was in the air that day. That attack brought this country to its knees. December 7, 1941 (attack on Pearl Harbor) is it still talked about as devastating. So a decade and a half isn't that long to be still talking about something.
Actually I knew 4 people that lost their lives that morning. I've dealt with my grief and can appreciate the fact that op's husband was making a joke. He wasn't intending to offend anyone, so nobody should take offense. Stop being so over sensitive about it. It doesn't make you any more patriotic, compassionate, or decent to get all worked up everytime somebody makes a joke about it that isn't quite your taste.