From Putrid Bison, 1 Year ago, written in Plain Text.
  10. 48Charm March 20, 2012 at 9:40 pm
  11. Had some sexual trauma happened to this girl and she never sought help then I could understand her behavior. But since Susan never put her family background in the post I think most of the people here are operating under the assumption that she had a very normal upbringing. If that is that case, then Im with Rum, maybe she just likes to have sex, and chooses to do it with many different people. If that is the case no one is really going to sympathize with her.
  13. Im not saying people can’t change. Were all always changing but the fact is that most men and most women are not sleeping around. Period. So sure, maybe our brains don’t fully develop until 25 but there are a whole hell of a lot of people who do just fine and make very good decisions with those underdeveloped brains. Just because a handful of people fuck up and make bad choices doesn’t absolve them.
  15. 49SweetSue March 20, 2012 at 9:41 pm
  16. Warm Woman@ #42+43
  18. Clearly a nerve has been touched – not intended. That being said the comment was made in the context of not knowing her background and therefore taking it at face value and not presuming – rape, incest or abuse. No other information was provided and in the absence of this stated as being a factor one can only take what is said at face value. Based on the information on its face there appears to be a disconnect – hence the comment.
  20. 50Charm March 20, 2012 at 9:46 pm
  21. @Maggie
  23. How do we determine who is a child or who qualifies as an adult then?
  25. If those guys still act like children then please revoke their drivers licenses, and ban them from being able to buy alcohol and force them to move back in with Mom and Dad. You don’t get to do all those fun adult things while still claiming to be “child-like”. Sounds like a cop out.
  27. 51Susan Walsh March 20, 2012 at 9:54 pm
  28. No wait, she’ll just adopt the slogan “If I hadn’t got pumped and dumped by all those guys in college, I wouldn’t be the person I am today.” Thus softening the blow.