Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by Ogata, Feb 13, 2018.
Ts needs some gay jesus in his life
grandpa getting defensive
it's definitely not all women, but that is the current trend. young women are being taught that it's okay to cheat and lie to boyfriends and husbands because it's somehow empowering. little do these women know that they will eventually become bitter old women who never married and had children because they were too busy screwing guys over to the point where no man will trust them. it's insane what is currently happening to young people.
Not a grandpa, at least as far as I know!
Imagine how much cooler this story could be if you were in a saloon instead of a salon.
That extra O makes all the difference.
TS would get beat up in a saloon unless it was a Gay Nineties Saloon.
It's not just an opinion, it has moved into the current 'culture' of young people today.
A year or two ago I heard a popular pop song for the first time at some restaurant. It was a guy R&B singing about how he knows that she/you (the girl/listener) will probably cheat on him and leave some day and he's just honored to contribute to her wants in the meantime and help her on her narcissistic journey. I couldn't believe what I was hearing-- had to triple check what I was hearing to confirm.
I know some people have an aversion to the word cuck, but I feel in instances like this it is more than justified, it's dangerously descriptive. I guess that's why the backlash in the firstplace.
Wasn't that the blinging and dancing era?
Let me help you out with that.
Well, divorce can ruin a mans life permanently.
These might be the most flamboyantly gay words I've ever seen written.
Followed closely by these.
Yeah. "Next thing"
Sounds to me like he already does.
I bet you and your man have wonderfully insightful views on the subject.
lo9l frosted tips incoming
You should just delete this dude.
Fair enough but it seems like its cool for women to cheat and act like a piece of shit. Like it should be celebrated.
What song is this?
P.S: By all highlights I meant frosted tips:
I never found out but it must have been popular to be playing at Jimmy Johns.
It sounded just like every other modern pop song
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