@Kristina Sears@facebook It doesn't sound like a casual fuck buddy thing, not anymore
@prosolarmechanic woo, this comment started out bad and just kept going
"he has been with more girls than my fingers and toes, doubled"
"he admitted he was socially shy and that the thought of having a coffee on a first meeting scared him."
When I first heard the term "chick magnet" I thought it was some sort of metaphor but in light of this letter I'm starting to think chick magnetism is an actual physical phenomena, because wow, how does this happen. Certainly he isn't completely bullshitting with one or more of these claims.
@blueblazes When I worked at our town library, there was an unemployed guy on disability who would regularly come in hawking investments in some bullshit energy drink that had magic Amazonion berries and endorsements from Indonesian martial arts masters. It was the most depressing thing, both because he clearly bought into the "promise" of the pyramid scheme, and because he probably put a lot of what little money he had into this "investment". Vultures and parasites, these scammers.
@musicmope and the main thing I got out of the anecdotes in LW1's answer was that women are policed for the bad behavior of men and they deserve to be.
"No one has given up more than a 19-year-old guy whose been in the same long distance relationship for two years of college." Well when you put it like that my 4 quiet years of university seem like a tremendous, earth-shattering waste
@bananalise I am making it a thing… right now
Does the LW2 guy sound "great"? (Lack of) orientation aside, anybody who would say "oh I was just hoping you'd ~get wise~" about a whiplash-inducing behavioral change as profound as Never Fucking Again, and that after someone has MOVED IN for them, is not really the type of person who is fit to be in a relationship with anyone. What a shitheart.
@jfruh The story I'd always heard is that she quit when it was clear what form the (extraordinary) sex scenes would take, but this version is so much more Wiseau. What's great about The Room is that it is in so many ways what a movie made by a 10-year old boy who just got dumped for the first time would be like.
@antarctica starts here the moral is: Cost-benefit analysis, do it always