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by bobby
gfd messages
(shutyourface@irule.com) on Dec 5, 2004 10:51:57 PM

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generic statement no. 347: you shouldn't bring your personal life to work with you.
 
Now, I understand what this statement means, but some people throw it around without actually ever thinking about what it really means so, I am going to explain what this gem of generally accepted workplace wisdom is all about.

First of all, the idea that you can somehow seperate parts of yourself and leave them on your kitchen counter before going to work everyday, is just stupid. Unless of course, you happen to have multiple personality disorder, which we all know has been proven, in the overwhelming majority of cases, to be a total farse. You are the sum of your life.

Second, the only people I ever hear espousing this drivel either a)have very little stress in their lives and lack the ability to put themselves in another persons shoes(shallow)or, b)are insecure and use this statement when comparing themselves to another because it makes them feel better about themselves and their shitty little life or, c) both, which is usually the case.

Third, If I spend the largest chunk of my time, every week, with my coworkers, what type of relationship should we have? I mean, is it more beneficial to the group that we see each other as comrades or as opponents? Competition amongst peers may be healthy for the business owner in the short term, but it is detrimental to the psychology of the group over the long haul because it decreases the overall level of job satisfaction by creating a feeling of isolation among it's members. So, if we should see each other as comrades then we should interact with each other as though we are friends and friends discuss their personal lives with each other and offer their support to one another. Isn't that what seperates your friends from your aquaintances? I mean, if the people I spend the most time with are not my friends, but instead my opponents, how am I supposed to feel happy about coming to work everyday?

Fourth, I am really sick and tired of the patriarchy telling me that my emotions are inappropriate or, my personal favorite, a weakness. If it weren't for the emotional nature of women, you, dear sirs, would have been left in your cribs to starve to death. I mean, do you think we really enjoy changing dirty diapers, cleaning up puke, being woken up in the middle of the night to feed you, getting stretch marks, having saggy breasts, going through hours of pain just to bring you into this world and not to mention, sacrificing our desires in an effort to help you make your way through this thing called life? Do you? Well, just in case you are confused, let me clear it up for you, WE DO NOT ENJOY ANY OF THESE THINGS. We do them because we are motivated by the purest of emotions and it's called, love so, the next time you start yapping about how emotional women are, just remember, no matter how you slice it, it is the reason you are here.


Okay, so now that I have explained what that statement does not mean, I will now explain what I think it does mean.

First, nobody wants to be the target of misdirected frustration so, if you don't want to talk about what is really bothering you, don't expect any sympathy when you lash out at your coworkers over inconsequential crap.

Second, you feeling powerless in your personal life is no reason for you to order your coworkers around like some kind of dictator.

Third, coming to work fucked up on drugs because you can't deal with your life is lame. If you are not willing to at least try to help yourself, why should anyone else help you? Getting fucked up all the time so you can live in a fantasy isn't helping you at all.

Fourth, expecting other people to pick up your slack all the time is even more lame. You know, that person that's always calling out sick and they're not really sick. There is no I in TEAM asshole, which means that you have to contribute something, at least some of the time. Conversely, it also means that your coworkers should be willing to help you out when you are down.

Fifth, just because you're a spoiled brat at home, it doesn't mean the rest of the world is going to cater to your every whim so, stop trying to be the center of attention all the time by creating a drama where none existed. I realize that this topic is a slippery slope, but I think we have all known the person that is suddenly teary eyed because their check engine light is on just when another coworker has had a death in the family and everyone is offering their sympathy to them. Get a grip, the world does not always have to revolve around you.

Sixth, if you think acting like a know-it-all is covering up your insecurities, think again because it's not. You're just getting on everyone's nerves because you keep trying to hog all the credit.

Seventh, kissing the boss's ass makes everyone else think you're only out for yourself so, they won't trust you and they won't like you. Following the rules and trying to do a good job is not the same thing as being a kiss ass either. Sucking up involves handing out insincere compliments, always agreeing and telling on your coworkers for stupid crap.

Eighth, constantly pointing out to your coworkers and especially, the boss, what a good employee you are, does not make it so. You are not a martyr or a saint so, stop trying to be one. Just do your job and shut the fuck up about it already. Your daddy doesn't work here, if you need adulation go home and sit on his lap.

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    You lost me at patriarchy thumbs up
    by Gribble
    gfd messages
    on Dec 6, 2004 02:11:26 AM
    (#17084)
    No, wait, you lost me at farse.

    You are just so very dumb. For a while I thought maybe you just can't spell, and I should somehow forgive that and look beyond into your premise.

    Which is based on the fact that women take care of men (sons?) because they are motivated by love? Are you fucking mental? Women take care of sons because the succesful spreading of the sperm in those sons over the course of a lifetime represents the best possible way for the woman in question to maximize her reproductive capacity. Love is just a chemical soup baked up to help encourage the individual organism to play by the rules.

    Cripes.

    The reason people are telling you you're weak, and they'd like you to shut up about your emotions, is that you're bringing drama into the office. Just stop it. Work is work. Shut your pie hole and do what you're paid to do.
    [Reply to this comment]
      I gotta agree
      by bean
      gfd messages
      on Dec 6, 2004 10:32:21 AM
      (#17087)
      Work can suck, having to deal with whiny emotional people at work sucks more.

      You are paid to do a job, not socialize and share with your co-workers. It's your choice how "friendly" you want to get with your co-workers. And if that requires you becoming friends with everyone there, you will just add to your own stress of pleasing everyone.

      My father is a perfect example of someone who did his work and went home. No one would have guessed he was married and had five children. Information is a precious thing. You decide how much information you wish to share with people about your personal life. If you feel the need to tell everyone everything, I suggest starting a blog.
      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        socializing
        by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
        gfd messages
        on Dec 6, 2004 02:49:26 PM
        (#17092)
        well, i guess it depends on your job. my job is about socializing. and i never said anything about pleasing anyone.

        personally, i don't understand why everyone is so uptight about sharing in the first place. what's the big deal?

        my point was, if you read the entire post, that people often bring their crap to work whether they want to admit it or not and i think i clearly outlined the ways in which they do so.

        as for starting a blog, i think it is really strange that people would opt to share their life online, to a bunch of strangers, but not in real life to the people they know. is it somehow better to pretend to the people you know that everything is fine and why is that?
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
      you don't believe that we live in a patriarchal system?
      by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
      gfd messages
      on Dec 6, 2004 02:40:41 PM
      (#17091)
      nice scientific approach to the babies thing, but i really don't think any woman is thinking about maximizing her reproductive capability while changing shitty diapers. sorry, that's more dumb.

      why are emotions weak?

      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        it's been suggested by more than a few feminists... gold starthumbs upheart
        by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
        gfd messages
        on Dec 6, 2004 03:25:16 PM
        (#17098)
        ...that women have since had their chance to reach that 50/50 workplace equilibrium which was fought for so hard back in the 60's and they decided that it wasn't worth it. Maybe we live in a patriarchal system becase, more often than not, women don't find enough satisfaction in taking the reigns to our society? I'm not endorsing patriarchy. Nope. What I'm saying is that maybe more than a few women made an educated decision and chose to raise kids over becoming CEO. They can make that decision too, becuse it is their GOD GIVEN RIGHT.

        "I'm really sick of a patriarchy that [makes me have icky nasty babies]..."
        If a woman was raped, she has every right to speak like this and worse. If a woman was not raped, then she should STFU because she composed the other half of the agreement to have a child. If you don't want kids, don't have kids. Problem solved. Next GFD please.

        "Why are emotions weak?"
        "you're weak, and [words words words] emotions" is not equal to "your weak emotions"

        You're being irrationally beligerant.
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
          butthead duncedunce
          by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
          gfd messages
          on Dec 6, 2004 03:50:40 PM
          (#17101)
          i am not a feminist, i am a realist and as a realist i am all too aware that women still get paid less to do the same job as men in far too many occupations. i am also aware that raising children is a no less worthy occupation than being a ceo.

          i never suggested that the patriarchy makes anyone have babies, i said the patriarchy does not recognize the value of what it is that women do as mothers and you need look no further than the laws surrounding welfare, child support or, the reasons why we need such things, etc. to understand that. btw, i don't have kids.

          well, so be it, but i find it strange that someone who does not know me would call me weak so, i ask you, who is being irrationally belligerent.
          [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
            do you read english
            by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
            gfd messages
            on Dec 6, 2004 04:07:47 PM
            (#17103)
            I clearly stated that the sentence "you're weak, and...emotions" is not the same as "your weak emotions." The latter is what you inferred. The former is what was actually typed. The latter implies that emotions are weak. The former does not. Am I clear yet?

            And what's wrong with being a feminist? You disavow that label like it's a 4 letter word. New millenia feminists aren't Gloria Steinham (sp?) clones any more. They've evolved.

            *edit*
            Oh yeah, and I believe that welfare is entirely too generous to the 2nd and 3rd generation welfare families. Also, CHILD support should go to the CHILDREN and not their parents so that they can buy $250 nikes and lots of bling. Beyond that, I know very little on the subject. Care to enlighten me?

            "...I am all too aware that women still get paid less to do the same job as men in far too many occupations."
            Yeah. Current statistics put it at $0.76 to the dollar. Think you're going to change the minds of the baby-boomers who currently posess the keys to the kingdom? Fair warning: they're a stubborn lot.
            [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
              okay crybaby
              by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
              gfd messages
              on Dec 6, 2004 05:09:04 PM
              (#17105)
              so if they're not the same thing than why am i weak? there is nothing wrong with being a feminist, but i am a realist.

              how exactly do you propose that welfare go to the children, should we cut the little tyke a check so he can go grocery shopping? i didn't think so. your opinions sound regurgitated. what about the fact that we need laws regarding child support in the first place? it is obvious that you know very little about what it is like to be really poor. trust me, if you think that people who are living on welfare are living large, drive by your local ghetto. i mean, how much money do you think they get? anybody on welfare that is wearing nikes and lots of bling is either making money under the table or, it's stolen bling.

              statistics don't include things like: if your a male you can have a secretary, but if your a woman, you're expected to type your own crap because you took typing in high school. also, statistics don't include things like: our underwear is way more expensive than yours(we have two pieces to your one or, three to your two, if you count undershirts and slips), we have to buy tampons, birth control(that is our responsibility, isn't it?), and we may or may not be a single mother. this list could include things like make-up, hair products, body lotion because after all, we have to be cute too, right? i have actually been told by a supervisor that it was unprofessional, as a woman, not to wear make-up.

              welfare statistics:
              http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/ofa/annualreport6/chapter12/chap12.htm

              [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                I'm about ready to launch a GFD on the topic of YOU. heart
                by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
                gfd messages
                on Dec 6, 2004 06:42:36 PM
                (#17108)
                Go back to the beginning of the thread. _I_ didn't call you weak. I just pointed out that you inferred what was never implied. Are you weak? Are you strong? Who gives a shit?

                "How exactly do you propose that welfare go to the children?"
                There's no way of insuring that it goes to the children short of passing out clothing and food instead of money.

                "It is obvious that you know very little about what it is like to be really poor."
                You're so presumptuous and self-important. I grew up on government cheese. Don't worry; they keep plenty of crow on hand here at GFD.

                "...but if your a woman..."
                If being a woman is too tough, why don't you kill yourself? There are more women here than just you and you don't see them bitching about being one.

                Remember that statement about being weak? The one that I originally didn't care about?

                Naw. You know, you're right. You've got it so hard. You've got it so much harder than anyone else here could ever understand. No one can truly understand your agony. Your suffering is profound because you mourn not just for yourself -- you mourn for womankind. You're a realist. That means you understand reality like no one else does. You understand the truth of situations. You comprehend while the fools around you blather as if they ever had insight into anything. It incenses you that these apes would dare feign knowledge in your presence. Sacrilege! Heresy!

                Oh, please go away now. For the record, i'm done replying to you. Make your final comments good.
                [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        I didn't say she was thinking about it
        by Gribble
        gfd messages
        on Dec 6, 2004 11:04:08 PM
        (#17111)
        but she sure as hell isn't doing it out of the goodness of her heart.

        Thoeries of society which focus on patriarchial systems can suck my vulva flaps. You go ahead and subscribe to a thoery which completely discounts the influence of 51% of any given human population. Sit around and whine and cry about how you're abused because you're a woman. Refuse to deal in the curency of power becuase you're too stupid and lazy to learn how things work. Hav fun with that. It'll be perfect - you'll always be a victim, so you'll never be to blame for any of the ills of the world, or your life, or anything. It will be the man keeping you down.

        Emotions aren't weak. I never said they were. These people perceive you as weak. I told you why. It's your choice to make. Do you want to be friendly and make meaningful connections with cow-orkers and be perceived as useless, stupid, and weak, or do you want to shut the hell up and do what you get paid for? Your 79 cents on the dollar depends on just this cluelessness.
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
          theory
          by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
          gfd messages
          on Dec 7, 2004 08:41:10 AM
          (#17114)
          i will continue to point out the currency of power as long as i have the right to express my opinion, that's what is so awesome about living in america. if wasn't for the fact that we have a right to stand up for what we believe in, you wouldn't be where you are today. thank the feminists before you for whining and crying about the things that piss them off.

          nowhere in that post did i say anything about my coworkers thinking i was weak. nowhere. that is something you read into entirely on your own. i'm guessing that has more to do with your opinion about emotion, which is convoluted. on the one hand, you say they're not weak, but on the other hand, you say if i talk about them i will be perceived as "useless, stupid and weak". do you understand now why i wrote this in the first place? let me ask you a question...

          if your emotions are caused by "chemical soup", does that make them less real?
          [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
            OK dear heartheart
            by qasr(qasr [at] qasr [dot] mine [dot)
            gfd messages
            on Dec 7, 2004 08:47:06 AM
            (#17115)
            i will continue to point out the currency of power as long as i have the right to express my opinion, that's what is so awesome about living in america.

            No one said you don't have the right to express you opinion. Only that your opinion is wrong and misguided.

            Your problem is that you feel insulted and attacked when someone disagrees with you and you react by defending your right to say what you want.

            Newsflash: You can say what you want! However, if what you are saying is perceived as stupid, you have NO right to their respect and NO right not to expect your argument not to be torn down.
            [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
              um dunceduncedunce
              by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
              gfd messages
              on Dec 7, 2004 08:56:25 AM
              (#17116)
              my opinion is no less wrong then yours, it is just different. i'm okay with that, but i do enjoy a good debate so, unless you have something intelligent to say please, refrain from stooping to general insult.
              [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                Nope thumbs up
                by kraken
                gfd messages
                on Dec 7, 2004 09:01:45 AM
                (#17117)
                I'm fairly sure that it's wrong. Let me check.

                Yep, it's pretty much wrong.
                [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                  c'mon
                  by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
                  gfd messages
                  on Dec 7, 2004 09:12:08 AM
                  (#17118)
                  you can do better than that....
                  [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                    Ok gold starthumbs upheartheart
                    by kraken
                    gfd messages
                    on Dec 7, 2004 09:28:54 AM
                    (#17122)
                    One of the biggest fallacies perpetuated by the bleeding-heart, tree-hugging, buy-the-world-a-coke socialists is that everyone's opinion is just as valid as anyone else's. Lies, all lies. Think about how dumb the average person is. Don't get all defensive, just think about it. The average person is pretty stupid. Now remember that by definition, roughly half of the population is dumber than that. That's not just dumb, that's pretty fucking stupid. So according to you, an "opinion" that "anyone not a pure Hitler-definition-ayran is nothing but a sub-human and deserves nothing more than extermination with extreme prejudice" is just as valid as an opinion that "the Yosemite Valley is pretty at sunset."

                    Don't delude yourself into believing all the feel-oh-so-good-about-yourself propaganda that's been spreading like wildfire since the era of free love and free venereal diseases - lots of people are fucking idiots and they have fucking idiot opinions. Others may be highly intelligent and still have fucking idiot opinions due to some outside influence at a key point in their life. Still others are simply insane.

                    Just because you slap the label of "opinion" on something doesn't mean that anyone else has to suddenly become "ok" with it. It still may be a steaming pile of soft, moist, brown matter. We may even call it shit.
                    [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                      i would agree with you duncedunce
                      by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
                      gfd messages
                      on Dec 7, 2004 09:38:57 AM
                      (#17124)
                      except that it is all too easy to discount someone elses opinion as wrong just because YOU don't agree. that doesn't make you more right or more intelligent.

                      having said that, if you have some vital information regarding why my original post is false, share it now.
                      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                        No, no, hold on gold stargold star
                        by Leighto
                        gfd messages
                        on Dec 7, 2004 09:48:51 AM
                        (#17126)
                        My opinion is that all Jews should burn.

                        My other opinion is that women earn too much in the workplace, belong in the kitchen, and shouldn't complain when beaten, as it's their fault, they deserve it.

                        My opinion is that asians are good at math and Mexicans are all pot-smokers.

                        My opinion is that Bush is the greatest thing to ever happen to America, and we should continue our war in Iraq.

                        But I have a right to shout these opinions at people and then take offense when they don't like them, right?
                        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                Who's flaming now? thumbs up
                by qasr(qasr [at] qasr [dot] mine [dot)
                gfd messages
                on Dec 7, 2004 09:12:30 AM
                (#17119)
                I never said your opinion was wrong or right, I offered no opinion on your opinion. Nor did I offer my own opinion.

                Read it again. You are the one not focussing on the issue when you say things like "it is my right to express my opinion" rather than trying to convince others that your ideas and opinions are better formed.
                [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
                  hair splitting
                  by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
                  gfd messages
                  on Dec 7, 2004 09:27:54 AM
                  (#17121)
                  you expressed AN opinion and if you didn't feel that way, why did you bother? i don't get it.

                  which part would you like me to explain?

                  [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
            It's on record
            by Gribble
            gfd messages
            on Dec 7, 2004 10:15:59 AM
            (#17129)
            "I am really sick and tired of the patriarchy telling me that my emotions are inappropriate or, my personal favorite, a weakness"

            I'm not telling you that they are so, I'm telling you why people think they are so. Get it through your thick fucking skull. I didn't make the rules, I'm explaining them to you.

            I'm not about to jump into a discussion about the nature of reality with you. No, from your worldviewpoint, they are not less real. My only point is that to hold up womanhood as some paragon of virtue ina mean ol' boys world is to self-limit when you could be taking unlimited amounts of power. You're the only one who holds you back.

            Unlike you, I do self identify as a feminist. That means that I think for myself, not some women's studie's professor, and I take responsibility for my own life. It means that when i see the prevailing delio as wrong, I say so. Don't throw your "You owe it all to them" bullshit at me if you're not willing to own the legacy. You go ahead and play the victim game all you like - just realize that when it comes to power and making your own destiny, YOU DON'T GET TO PLAY. That's the price you pay.
            [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
              i work with women crybaby
              by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
              gfd messages
              on Dec 9, 2004 10:25:45 AM
              (#17172)
              the patriarchy i speak of was more a commentary on soceity, not my workplace.

              your flamey speech and general assumptions about my character do not fill in the gaping holes of your arguement.
              [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
      Argh. heart
      by TheChisa(come@me.bro)
      gfd messages
      on Dec 6, 2004 03:23:50 PM
      (#17097)
      Love is just a chemical soup baked up to help encourage the individual organism to play by the rules.

      What about hatred? Envy? Lust? Greed? Sorrow? Do these fall into your reductionist view of a chemical universe? Because they sure don't fit into mine -- and I've reduced myself to chemicals too many times to count.

      The rules that you implicitly reference work for a good 90% of society. But the 10% that do not conform are of desperate biological importance as well -- they are the nomads who venture away from the tribe and spread their seed far and wide. Without chaos and non-conformity, humans would rapidly fall into the same genotypal downward spiral as the cheetah, whose mitochondrial DNA has become virtually incapable of evolution from inter-breeding.

      I agree with your work ethics, mind you -- personal drama belongs in a coffee shop on Sunday at 2 PM, not in your cubicle. However, the validation you use here is somewhat dubious.
      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        Yep, they sure do. The chemical universe is everything.
        by Gribble
        gfd messages
        on Dec 6, 2004 11:17:41 PM
        (#17112)
        Remember me? I'm the bitch that does not have a soul.

        As if I was going to argue with you any more in this lifetime about the meaning of love or any other emotion. You go ahead and hold on to your divine view of the human experience. Who am I to say your universe is wrong?
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
          Please, dear.
          by TheChisa(come@me.bro)
          gfd messages
          on Dec 7, 2004 12:48:57 AM
          (#17113)
          There is no malice here. I ask in sincere earnest. Any scorn you hold is your own -- and isn't that chemical as well?

          The fallacy in your explaination has nothing to do with spirituality. If Love were merely a chemical reaction, then it follows that a chemical "antidote" to the condition is possible, and perhaps even favorable. Do you agree with that implication? If so, what drugs would you suggest?
          [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        Dear Chisa of 1.5 years ago,
        by TheChisa(come@me.bro)
        gfd messages
        on May 20, 2006 06:29:50 AM
        (#22044)
        please fucking shut up already. She is NOT worth it, and you are embarassing everyone in a four-hundred mile radius.

        Sincerely,
        Future Chisa.
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
    Are you looking for a new job?
    by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
    gfd messages
    on Dec 6, 2004 10:50:24 AM
    (#17088)
    Because if you aren't and you complain about your job repeatedly on a public forum, you officially become one of the drama queens you disdain.

    I'd be much more sympathetic if you hadn't demonstrated such contempt for men in half your other rants.

    You get a 3
    [Reply to this comment]
      oh sorry gold starcrybabycrybabycrybaby
      by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
      gfd messages
      on Dec 6, 2004 02:35:34 PM
      (#17090)
      i thought we were all complaining about the things in our life that piss us off. right now, men are pissing me off. and i could give a fuck how you scored it.
      [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
        okay... thumbs upthumbs up
        by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
        gfd messages
        on Dec 6, 2004 03:33:29 PM
        (#17099)
        ...but men always piss you off. I want to hear about something *N*E*W*.
        [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
          sir dunce
          by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
          gfd messages
          on Dec 6, 2004 04:03:37 PM
          (#17102)
          as far as i know, i have only one story about men pissing me off and two about my job, only one of which is job specific. this story could be applied to anyone's job, as i have used many different sources from my own life while writing it, not just my current job. just because i use the term "patriarchy" to describe the general state of affairs does not qualify it as being about men as much as it qualifies it to be about the general state of affairs. it wasn't directed at you "the little man", but at a much more general system of thought.
          [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
            then you need to read your own articles.... heart
            by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
            gfd messages
            on Dec 6, 2004 04:18:39 PM
            (#17104)
            "Just because i use the term "patriarchy" to describe the general state of affairs does not qualify it as being about men as much as it qualifies it to be about the general state of affairs.

            patriarchy, according to webster

            So what we have is a "general system of thought" that REVOLVES AROUND MEN. The only way this could get any more male-centric is if I included a quicktime movie of a circle jerk. I'd rather not. Believe me.

            In no less than 3 or 4 other posts, you mention "men" and then proceed to bash them. I can quote chapter and verse, if you'd like.
            [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
              why, thank you poopduncedunce
              by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
              gfd messages
              on Dec 6, 2004 05:14:56 PM
              (#17106)
              for reading my posts. it is true, i am a single, man hating, bitchface. are you going to save me or at least give me a good whipping? you man, you.
              [Reply to this comment]  [Parent]
    Darlin',
    by TheChisa(come@me.bro)
    gfd messages
    on Dec 6, 2004 03:08:43 PM
    (#17093)
    you are so gosh-darned cute when you're angry.

    Here, have a cookie. It's got Macadamia nuts!
    [Reply to this comment]
    okay, that's kinda funny
    by bobby(shutyourface@irule.com)
    gfd messages
    on Dec 6, 2004 03:13:04 PM
    (#17095)
    the man chip thing....
    [Reply to this comment]
    leave it to the english major
    by raven(duz ur face hurt its killin me)
    gfd messagesAIM
    on Dec 8, 2004 12:47:36 AM
    (#17137)
    "phallicy" : a misspelling of "fallacy" ...
    or as it is so laden with male-jabbing...

    "phallic-y?"
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    so does anyone know the record...
    by mythandros(Suck a Fuck)
    gfd messages
    on Dec 9, 2004 05:12:11 PM
    (#17176)
    ...for most number of comments in a single post?
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    Uh, yeah, that's a lot of ranting for people that don't care... dunce
    by Myrianda(confusedious@GFD.com)
    gfd messagesAIMYahoo
    on Dec 20, 2004 10:28:45 PM
    (#17268)
    Wow,the comments were actaully more amusing than original story. Don't jump on me now, I'll have to get out my dictionary just to make sure I understand in which manner I'm being insulted. I think that's all I have to say now...
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