By Anonymous - 06/06/2013 16:32 - Senegal
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OOPS I think you accidentally replied to a comment instead of simply posting it. 2 doesn't have anything to do with what you just said! Better delete and write it in an appropriate space. ( and not ride on someone else's coattails in order to move your dumb comment higher up on the page)
39 OOPS I think you accidentally called someone out for something they didn't deserve being called out on, because it isn't true. I'll say it again, if you're going to come off as a pompous ass and spend an entire comment correcting someone, you had better be right.
Your comment is talking to 2 as if they were the one that wrote the fml and they did not. You can deny it all you want but you obviously only replied to them to get your comment higher up in the post. Everyone is only mad because they all do the same thing and are mad someone finally realized it.
I see what you're trying to say. Because I said the word you, YOU think I was talking to 2. You're still wrong. I was in fact talking to OP and was agreeing with what 2 said but added to it. And if you think I commented to move up in the posts or whatever you said, then that's on you. But can we just stick to commenting on the post? OP- hope your day has gotten better!
59, I'm afraid you've contracted a severe strain of V. Doucheitis. I'm very sorry to tell you this, but there's no known cure. There are several options for managing the symptoms, however. The most effective is wiring your jaw shut and removing access to the Internet, as both speaking and typing will exacerbate the condition. On another note, OP, I hope you don't let yourself get treated like this by those two ever again... Kick em to the curb!
65- Sadly, that is the case. Just look at yourself for example: you've been given multiple valid opposing arguements, and yet you keep giving the same sad excuse. You're just digging your hole deeper and deeper. On a different note, #2 is right, but don't just drop them OP, slam them violently into the earth.
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Ever heard of the placebo effect? I think you should give more evidence before you accuse him of consciously faking. (That said, being drunk is NEVER an excuse to cheat.)
I agree on both sides, yes being drunk is never an excuse, but the placebo effect is proven, hence the tests with medication people still claim certain side effects even after just swallowing a sugar casing. You shouldn't really complain about faking when it happens to be your placebo.
Why would he fake being drunk? You are the one who served him non alcoholic beer. If he faked it how would he think that you would think he was really drunk? Have you never heard of the power I suggestion? Regardless there's no excuse for what he did.
I'm so confused as you just reiterated my point, bluehero...the OP implies that the boyfriend made a conscious decision to fake something but what I am saying is that if the boyfriend thought that the beer was real he would NOT BE FAKING anything. This is one of those majority stupid-ass commenter threads (that was not directed at you bluehero). Apparently not Q10, and I'm just wondering why you are getting upvoted and that other guy and I got buried. Is it totally that hard for the commenters to wrap their minds around what we are saying?
@dontpanic, it took me a while to understand why you didn't understand, but I think I see where your concern is. when OP says that the boyfriend "faked" being drunk, it means that the boyfriend believes that he is indeed drunk, despite the contrary, and no he was not in on the joke.
Oh my goodness I have no idea what you're trying to say. It's not that difficult to understand. Her boyfriend HAD NO IDEA he was drinking a non alcoholic beverage. He thought it was alcoholic. He's obviously one of those people who want to put in a little faking that they're drunk to look cool or whatever. He then began making out with a "friend" of hers and planned on blaming it on the alcohol. He only thought he was drunk and probably convinced himself he was. I don't even know if I made sense here but whatever..
I totally get you. I thought the same but didn't think much about it 'cause it'll just make me more confused but I do understand the FML. The issue here is the fact that OP used the word "faked", right? #55 explains it well. Her boyfriend was convinced he was drunk so you can't really say he made a conscious decision to fake drunk even though he is.
OUCH! I think it's time to re-evaluate your relationship, OP. The placebo effect was in full swing that night.
if he would do this while you we're there. Then Imagine the amount of time, he would have cheated on you behind your back. Kick both of them to the curb.