Saturday, July 11, 2009

The Guilt Trip

Clark and Janelle met a couple years ago through an internet message board while Janelle was involved in a relationship with another man.

Clark always seemed like a really nice guy, so Janelle and Clark corresponded occasionally over the internet for the next few years. And mind you, we're not talking about foggy webcams and protein-spackled keyboards; the two were strictly friendly acquaintances.

In the meantime, Janelle's relationship at home began to disintegrate and eventually came to a close.

Janelle and Clark then started to correspond more frequently, quickly graduating from the internet to the telephone. The sparks started to fly.

After a few months, Janelle and Clark finally decided it was time for the two to meet in person. Janelle took the plunge and drove 8 hours to Clark's hometown. They immediately hit it off, and ended up spending a week together. "We had a lot of fun," says Janelle.

So much fun, in fact, that Clark and Janelle decided to begin a relationship. Janelle offered to move to Clark's hometown, but warned Clark that she was in the midst of pursuing an education. Janelle had goals in life, and their relationship would always have to take a back seat to the acquisition of her degree.

Clark agreed, so Janelle moved in with Clark. They finally had some alone time together!

Um ... except when Clark's brother was home. And Clark's brother's girlfriend. And Clark's brother's best friend. And Clarks' brother's best friend's girlfriend. They all lived together.

Now, what I'm about to tell you is probably one the most shocking revelations you've ever read on PLFM, so I encourage you to brace yourselves. Ready? Here we go:

Janelle quickly realized Clark wasn't all he claimed to be over the internet!

You mean to say someone on the internet tried to portray themselves as something they weren't?

Heavens to Betsy, say it isn't so.

As Janelle explains it, Clark apparently had a "past," along with an ongoing relationship with a few questionable substances. And when we say "questionable substances," we're not referring to Tums and Blistex.

Janelle never quite explained exactly what Clark meant when he said he had a "past," but I think we can all safely assume having a "past" never means "I was a Brownie Troop Leader." More often than not, "past" means "jail."

Because of Clark's "past" he claimed he was barely able to provide for himself, not that he really even tried; having a job seriously cut into his pot-smoking efforts. As such, Janelle immediately became the heavy-hitting breadwinner of the household.

Janelle soon realized she wasn't ready to spend the rest of her life languishing with The Partridge Family Without Instruments, so she packed up most of her things and returned home to resume her education.

Well, not surprisingly, needy little Clark didn't like the fact that Janelle had left him to pursue this silly little "education" thing. Why did Janelle need an education when she could live with Clark and six other unmotivated people in a shoebox-sized townhouse? Wasn't his companionship more important than irrelevant nuisances such as jobs, bills, and dreams? Who was going to pay for Clark's Blistex?

The minute Janelle got home, Clark voiced his frustrations with Janelle in a two hour phone call. Going back to school was a stupid decision, he told her. It wasn't fair that Clark had to share Janelle with this "school" stuff, and it wasn't fair that Clark had to move out of his brother's house and across three states if he wanted to continue dating Janelle.

"He asked me why I couldn't just be happy with companionship. I didn't think companionship and being able to pay my bills were mutually exclusive things, but to him it obviously was," says Janelle. "It became painfully obvious to me that he would be much happier if I just took a job flipping burgers and was content to live with him, his brother, his brother's girlfriend, a friend of his brother's and that guy's girlfriend for the rest of my life."

Janelle wasn't much in the mood to explain herself further to this stunted toddler of a man. She asked Clark to mail her the remainder of her things, and cut off all contact.

Well, that made Clark's pants all poopy.

Poopy enough to send this sappy, guilt-ridden ode to Janelle's selfishness.

Slather it on Clark!

Janelle,

What to say, where to begin. How about with the obvious. Where’s your stuff?

Well, I’m broke & have no desire to spend my money on you.

As for the fridge, dvd player, and PS2 I don’t want your possessions. In fact I don’t want anything that reminds me of the once-friend you were. You’ve been more than clear on what you want. You’ve ostracized us from one another. Yes as lovers but more importantly as friends.


You’ve laid the blame at my feet since you left [redacted]…hell, before you left. Where was the compassion, empathy, respect & love that we allegedly had for one another? IF you cared about me you surely did not love me. If so your love is shallow. Reserved for those who don’t contradict you, for those who don’t disappoint you.

I know I have my share of faults and I accept you don’t want to be my love. You put physical distance, then emotional, then a total black-out. You simply removed yourself from my life. I lost someone I dearly loved. I lost the one person I thought of as a friend. Yeah, I’m bitter. You abandoned me.

Since, in all our long and immensely satisfying conversations, the closest you’ve come to accepting any blame, any responsibility, is to apologize for hurting me. How introspective of you! How honest! How fair!

Besides you can always do what you have been since July & just ignore me. Toss this letter in the trash, never finish it, never look back. In all honesty I don’t see why you would finish it.

You’re deaf to my emotions which is all this letter is.

You are callous & indifferent. You’ve hurt me deeply. I just don’t trust you anymore. That’s part of the reason I’m not paying to ship your belongings. Once the business of your stuff is over, so are we.

God it hurts to write that. Tears are in my eyes and my heart is throbbing. But this is the path you’ve chosen. That’s what’s so shitty. You chose and orchestrated these events.

Interesting. Makes me question other things.

I reckon none of those matter.

I’ve eat enough of your shit in the past year. Your motives are far from clear to me or perhaps I turn away from understanding. Whatever the case they don’t matter anymore. It’s your actions (or extreme inaction) that I’m focused on.

You’ve lumped me in the same group as your exes. I don’t really need to say much more on that.

Enjoy your island with it’s volcano.

Enjoy your success in the rat-race of capitalism.

Sincerely I wish the best of luck. I’m angry with you & feel betrayed but it doesn’t change the fact that I care immensely for you. Perhaps when you stop filling your world with distractions you’ll comprehend & maybe fucking care.

I wish to High-Heaven you had opted for communication instead of alienation. At least the friendship would’ve survived.

Goodbye.

And might I add: WAHHHHHHHH!

If the fact that you do drugs all day and can barely hold a minimum wage job didn't kill her libido, rest assured your impromptu guilt trip threw her libido in the desert for the vultures to scavenge through.

Here's an idea, Clark.

Stop snorting Tums and get a fucking life.

Or a job.

126 comments:

  1. AAAAHAHAHAHA!

    The rat-race of capitalism line totally pegs him as a hippie douchebag. Living in the hippie-douchebag capital of the PNW, I totally sympathize with you, Janelle.

    Also, has this dumbfuck never heard of COD?

    I would take him to small claims court to get your stuff back. Those are some big-ticket items.

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  2. Sorry but......

    I love this blog and WWHM. Except some of the women featured on this blog are nearly as sad as the men are. Why on earth do you move in with someone who is living with 4 other people? And jobless? And a pot head?

    I laugh at the dumb men but cringe at the women, especially those who act holier but idiotic enough to get tangled with these piss clot men.

    Ahh well.

    Great writing as always Weasel. Your words make me chuckle.

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  3. well, Anon, jobless potheads do not advertise the fact that they're jobless potheads when they're trying to get into your pants...

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  4. That's it?

    A guy gets led on by a girl who, despite seeing his house and lifestyle with her own eyes, decides to MOVE IN (wow) with him but then changes her mind and dumps his ass because he's not as ambitious as she supposedly prefers. So he writes her a letter expressing his anguish, his sadness, and his anger at being dumped. And you call that "psychotic"? Really?

    Sorry friend, but this one was lame, and definitely not worthy. Clark may be what he is in terms of his life and career choices. But Janelle holds herself out as some sort of winner in life, yet she not only dated this guy but actually moved in with him. Kind of a loser move in my opinion.

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  5. This has been my favourite post so far. Mostly because of the parts about Blistex. Keep it up Weasel, I really admire the dedication you have to your blogs and to your writing.

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  6. friends?? what for?? lord, this letter dried up MY libido.. How did he hide all those people and pot habit when she visited?? And why did she apparantly give up school to be with him?

    totally off topic, but i have noticed the last two times i visited, weas, that when i try and close out, your sit gets angry and opens itself up over and over and over again until i shut it down.. it only stops when i maximize one of the pages.. anyone??

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  7. It does seem like she moved in with him quickly. However, I have made the mistake of dating drug users and they ALWAYS make themselves sound far more responsible than they are. They are always on the verge of getting that better job/starting their own business/coming into some money. It's also quite possible that the drug use intensified once she moved in with them. And finally, his complete refusal to accept any responsibility for her moving out is classic addict behavior. We don't really have enough information to make the final judgment, IMHO. This one made me mad, because I know Clark and his ilk. Glad you figured it out, Janelle. Lots of women stay with these losers for years.

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  8. @kookaburra1701: My thoughts exactly, as another denizen of the hippie douchebag capital of the PNW.

    Something tells me he never got into the rat race. These guys always want mommy to take care of them. What's worse is the women who go along with that. Glad Janelle woke up and smelled the eau de loser and left.

    So did Janelle ever get her stuff back?

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  9. I feel for Janelle. Some people are good at hiding their "true selves." Even if this guy wasn't, Janelle smartened up and left. Good for her!

    Also, for those with the disparaging PNW remarks... I've lived in multiple states and multiple countries. Despite its rep, the PNW doesn't even come close to being a "hippie douchebag capital." Way to generalize.

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  10. Lighten up. I happen to love it here, but there is a certain HDB segment. No need to fire up the snitmobile and go for a ride.

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  11. LMFAO at "The Partridge Family Without Instruments"!
    Use of the phrase "rat-race of capitalism", or most variations thereof, should serve as a HUGE red flag that the speaker/writer is a lazy, unmotivated douchebag.

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  12. I'm with the others that Janelle was no prize either. She'll surely eventually find herself a nice high maintenance man who puts his income ahead of her needs and all, but has nobody yet noticed that she allowed an emotional internet affair to kill her first relationship (it's still cheating even if you don't bump uglies) and then moved in with a stoner and his tribe, only to finally realize she can't redeem him to her way of being. She's got serious maturing to do. Lesson learned, I hope.

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  13. What a man child. *rolls eyes*

    Smart woman for getting out while the getting was good.

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  14. PS:

    1. Some of you people are reading too much into this. Projection much? How is she high maintenence for wanting a guy that can take care of himself?

    2. Education is important. If someone is your mate, they should want you to have it. It's a positive thing.

    3. People always try to seem better than they are at first. It's the sunshine and roses phase. And it does wear off, unfortunately. And she got out when it did.

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  15. I have to wonder, did she not know that 180 other people lived there before she moved in.

    The reoccurring theme in most of your posts, is that people move way to damn fast, and are completely shocked when the person turns out to be a creep.


    http://confessions-of-a-waitress.blogspot.com/

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  16. 4. @annrkiszt... they were friends until her first relationship was completely shit. That one was over, no chance of recovery. Don't slam her until you have been in the same situation.

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  17. "Well, that made his pants all poopy."

    Thanks for making me snort all over my keyboard, Weas.

    That said, this girl was pretty reckless-- did she seriously move in with him not knowing where/who/what she was moving in with? After one week with the guy in person?

    I'm glad she got out of that situation fast.

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  18. I love this site because the stories are SO real. I recognize my ex-boyfriend in so many of the letters and Clark's letter is especially great because it has the two classic contradictory messages:

    1. You are a raging, evil, heartless, conniving person.
    2. But I still really care about you, want the best for you, and hope we can get back together!!@#@#@ Wheeeee!

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  19. Yeah, I have to agree with some others. You never move in with some dude you don't know. Internet chats aren't getting to know them. She was either completely stupid or pretty naive. I can't blame the naive, I always had to learn from my own stupidity. I hope she's learned from hers.

    On the letter though, all I have to say is lol. Wow, living with a bunch of rats for a while is well worth a letter like that.

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  20. Seriously...wow.
    What an immature dickhead.
    And don't blame her too much; people can be good at hiding their true colors. Look at the number of people coming out of abusive relationship who say "He started out so sweet, but then..."

    I loved the part about the Partridge Family and Blistex.

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  21. These comments seem pretty judgmental to me. Think of how you'd feel if the genders were switched. Nice wholesome man pursuing his education moves in with a woman he met on a message board. It turns out she spends most of her day doing drugs and harboring a bunch of freeloaders. When our hero decides it isn't working out and leaves, he receives Clark's letter.

    I think we'd all agree that any female writer of it would be "psychotic."

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  22. Just want to chime in here-

    You guys have to understand that nearly every single letter I get from contributors starts with some version of the phrase "I know this is stupid of me, but here's what happened ...."

    Honestly, I just don't re-print that part of each letter because it just seems as though it would get repetitive after a while if I said it in each entry. So believe me, just assume that the subject of each entry made what they admit was an unfortunate mistake.

    How many of us haven't done something completely fucking retarded without thinking because we fell in love with someone who ended up being a loser?

    If you haven't, congratulations. God knows I've done some dumbass shit in my time.

    Also, remember I try to mix it up- not every letter will be "psychotic" ... I actually kind of prefer the letters from dumbasses. I try to feature psychotic letters, pathetic letters and bizarre letters, and hope to keep up the mix.

    On that note, please keep your letters and stuff coming in! I have a few saved up, but not many that are truly "psychotic" at the moment, and I'm coming to realize those are the ones you guys enjoy most.

    I had a huge one written up last week but I chickened out and didn't post it- the man in the letter was obviously very mentally ill and suicidal. He needed serious psychological help and was a severe danger to himself and others. I feel like I should run the piece as an educational one (i.e without any jokes), but I'm still leaning towards not publishing it.

    So hey! Our traffic is wayyyyy up guys and we need you to send in your letters so if you've been slacking, send it on in!

    And as a favor to me, tell your friends about PLFM and post a link to PLFM in your favorite message boards and websites. The more visitors we get the more contributions we get, and we need to get some more letters rolling in!

    Have a great weekend guys!

    -The Weasel

    PS I don't know where PNW came into the conversation, but I'll clarify. This was in the Deep South, not the Pacific NW.

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  23. The PNW reference was from the first commenter saying how Clark reminded her of someone you'd find @ Hempfest bitching about THE MAN while having never held down a job himself. I'm totally paraphrasing that, by the way.

    Post the other letter, with or without jokes. Someone may get their knickers in a twist, but that happens anyway.

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  24. One of my friends did something similar, swapping countries to be with some guy she barely knew. Head met desk several times on my part while contemplating this move.

    However it did get me thinking: Would I ever turn my world upside down to be with a guy that I barely knew? Most likely not. Why? Due to superior intelligence on my part? Hardly. I'm just a creature of habit. Lethargy, coupled with somewhat excessive caution, neutralize the loopiness induced by hormones in my case. My friend, on the other hand, has a liking for adventure and was in a transitional fase, between jobs and school, so she took a leap op faith. I kind of admire that. Now if she'd stayed with him when he turned out to be a controlling creep I wouldn't. Like Janelle, she knew when to get out.

    Janelle didn't leave her boyfriend because he didn't make enough money. She left him because whiny inanimate objects are a turn off!

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  25. Q: What do you call an anti-capitalist who breaks up with his girlfriend?

    A: Homeless.

    Seriously, there are many, many people who are morally opposed to the capitalist rat race. Unfortunately, there are relatively few who do not also expect some capitalist or capitalists to support them in the pothead couch-fungus lifestyle to which they have become accustomed.

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  26. Capitalist or anti-capitalist, a douchebag is a douchebag. I feel for Janelle because somethings are simply learned only by experience and not by intelligence or lack thereof.

    Also, I had posted the point earlier regarding the PNW not being the hippie douchebag capitalist of the universe despite what others had remarked.... Thanks for clarifying the location, Weas! Even as I was writing my earlier remark I was thinking of the South... Alabama in particular, but it's pretty much interchangable with its neighbors.

    Also, Weas, for the rest of your remarks... <3

    :)

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  27. I'm with yoy, Maggie. This is just like my ex-husband. I've been remarried for years. He STILL thinks I'm doing it (staying married) to piss him off! "He (new husband) is nothing like me."
    DUH!

    Good job, Janelle, on getting out in the nick-of-time.

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  28. mr. mrs. fangfaceJuly 11, 2009 at 9:09 PM

    I know I have my share of faults and I accept you don't want to be my love.

    Obviously not, or else you wouldn't be sending this email.

    You put physical distance, then emotional, then a total black-out. You simply removed yourself from my life.

    It's called a breakup, son. Although at least you didn't use "than" in place of "then."

    I lost someone I dearly loved. I lost the one person I thought of as a friend.

    Now that's just fucking pathetic. :/

    Yeah, I'm bitter. You abandoned me.

    Y'know, I was bitter when they decided to cancel Pushing Daisies. I felt abandoned. What else would I watch on ABC without this show? But then I remembered that it's not ABC's job to keep me fulfilled and that there are plenty of other entertaining shows on television.

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  29. Dites...you got a bit annoyed when someone referenced PNW as the hippie douche bag capitol(even though they were referring to their own location, not the location in the story) but you were thinking of the South when you posted? And Alabama is pretty much interchangeable with it's neighbors?

    Who's the regionalist here?

    And Weasel, love this site, even when the letter is not "over the top"...the blog name might be limiting expectations. You're a great writer.

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  30. I'd like to read the psychotic post, Weas. I agree that the jokes should probably be withheld if it's that severe though.

    When my ex-gf gets back from Greece, I'll see if she will write up something telling about her previous crazy ex-gf. Crazy lesbian breakups are the worst. At least the girl has at least halfway moved on now.

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  31. Ha ha, to to help out with the reading comprehension - I live IN the HDB Captial OF the PNW. (Eugene)

    The PNW (and the Eugene/Springfield area) is an awesome place to live, don't get me wrong. But HDBs are instantly recognizable no matter where you reside. XD

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  32. I'm noticing a trend, here. They don't really care for you all that much when you're around, so why is it that these guys are always deeply in love with you once you've left?

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  33. Great post! Especially, "Who was going to pay for Clark's Blistex?"

    I want to read the entry one about the suicidal, mentally ill guy, even if it isn't funny.

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  34. A promise of legal action unless her stuff is returned could be a good way for Janelle to inspire Clark to feel she's actually worth the cost of shipping her things (or however he decides to do it). What a total loser and waste of oxygen. I've met a few 'winners' online and I'm very glad I didn't rush into anything with any of them.

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  35. Great story Weas... Can't wait to read some more. And as other's have said, I would love to read the unpublished one, even if it doesn't contain jokes.
    To be honest, I don't often laugh at the psychotic letters, because, well, I feel uneasy that there's real people like that out there and also because I wasn't laughing when I was on the receiving end of such letters... So please, as a warning of what to look out for, post the unfunny psychotic letter.

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  36. Winky: I'd think we'd all declare that guy inattentive for failing to notice minor details like people already live there. (What was the progression from never seeing her before to moving in? Can someone move in at the heat of the moment so fast they can't think? Was this like the moving in to someone's house equivalent of a rebound fuck? It just happens? With an 8 hour drive each way? You don't know insignificant details about a girl like her job when you decide to move in?) If he didn't see what shit he was getting into, the progression must have been foolishly sudden. We'd also declare him a dumbnut for declaring that his girlfriend instead of just fucking her on the side until he knows she's worth commitment.

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  37. Use of the phrase "rat-race of capitalism", or most variations thereof, should serve as a HUGE red flag that the speaker/writer is a lazy, unmotivated douchebag.

    Because everyone knows that capitalism always benefits the hard-working and never benefits the lazy and thus, the only possible reason to be critical of it is because one is unmotivated.

    Fuck off. I just got done working a 10 hour day on my feet as a theater technician. Before that I got 5 1/2 hours of sleep after playing a late night PAYING jazz gig. Tomorrow, I get back to my regular pays-the-bills job of professional writing, while balancing efforts to keep my house tidy, do laundry, practice three musical isntruments, work some more on developing my online craft selling business, and make dinner for my family. If there's time at the end of it, I'll be working a little more on materials for my anarchist anti-capitalist site.

    What are you doing this weekend?

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  38. Unfortunately, there are relatively few who do not also expect some capitalist or capitalists to support them in the pothead couch-fungus lifestyle to which they have become accustomed.

    Um, just because you earn money and are successful in the capitalist system doesn't mean you are actually a capitalist. It's called, "Living in fucking reality and doing what you can so that your life doesn't suck."

    And that's why Clark is such a douche.

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  39. Put up the suicidal one; Weas; not all of your posts are humorous, but they don't all have to be. Some of your psychotics are truly that, and wide-eyed and (relatively) innocent youngsters need to have some idea of how people like them end up deep in the shit with a nut metaphorically chained to their ankles.

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  40. Weasel I'm going to put my vote in for the psychotic letter sans jokes. I find your posts an interesting reflection on human behaviour, that and you’re one funny bloke.

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  41. I guarantee that the drug use went way up once they had a good wage earner in the household and were no longer on best behavior.

    "Enjoy your island with its volcano"? Is he actually comparing her to a supervillain? XD Awesome!

    "Your love is shallow... for those who don't disappoint you" he says. Um, _yeah_. I generally prefer to have relationships with people who aren't constantly disappointing me. It's much better to have a relationship with a guy who bothers.

    "I accept that you don't want to be my love" -- yeah Clark, we can see that. Your letter just radiates acceptance!

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  42. I guarantee that the drug use went way up once they had a good wage earner in the household and were no longer on best behavior.

    "Enjoy your island with its volcano"? Is he actually comparing her to a supervillain? XD Awesome!

    "Your love is shallow... for those who don't disappoint you" he says. Um, _yeah_. I generally prefer to have relationships with people who aren't constantly disappointing me. It's much better to have a relationship with a guy who bothers.

    "I accept that you don't want to be my love" -- yeah Clark, we can see that. Your letter just radiates acceptance!

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  43. Argh, sorry for the double post -- blogspot told me an error prevented them from posting! I feel so misled. Weas, feel free to delete the dupe and this one too.

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  44. "Well, that made Clark's pants all poopy."

    LMAO!!!

    Artemis said...
    well, Anon, jobless potheads do not advertise the fact that they're jobless potheads when they're trying to get into your pants...

    That's no lie, as a matter of fact I think the only time they do work is when they are pretending they aren't who they really are.

    maggie said..
    1. You are a raging, evil, heartless, conniving person.
    2. But I still really care about you, want the best for you, and hope we can get back together!!@#@#@ Wheeeee!

    LMAO!! Thanks now my sides hurt over that one!!

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  45. While Janelle showed some (possibly) youthful credulity, I can testify of after having to deal with an ex-brother-in-law who was a HDB variant with a similar family dynamic; it is extremely likely that most of Clark's "roommates" were likely crashing elsewhere until the Janelle gravy train stopped at their station. If it's true that all of those folks had "Blistex" issues and did not have meaningful employment, they would be like a bunch of stray cats looking for a couch or fix. Bottomfeeders like that usually find places that they can crash at for days on end, and have a uncanny radar for determining when it's advantageous to return to their primary abode. Welcome to the reality of the slacker lifestyle.

    If Clark didn't come clean about living arrangements, and there's little physical evidence hanging around(especially if Janelle didn't snoop throughout townhouse during the interim) how is she supposed to know until it's too late? Obviously the guy misrepresented a lot of things, including how supportive he would be of her pursuing an education.

    flaming_mo

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  46. Hoppytoad, you can't force someone to ship things you abandoned. Best she could do is ask him to hold it for a reasonable amount of time and see about her legal recourses if he destroyed her stuff. Depending on the state though he can toss it and she can't do jack since she left it without making arrangements (and having him ship it isn't arrangements)

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  47. @anonymous 11:21 pm
    What the other anonymous, at 12:17 pm, said: I think those moochers weren't around when Janelle and Clark agreed she'd moved in. They drifted into the house like pollen on an Alabama spring evening. They were clearly Clark's people, they had no place to go, and heck, they're just sleeping on the couch and what kind of bitch would evict them?

    I repeat that when a decent, optimistic, well-intentioned man takes up with a woman who turns out to be a crazy whiny exploiter like Clark, people don't reproach our hero for being stupid and having only himself to blame.

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  48. What the hell is an HDB? Hoe in Da Basket? Hot Douche Bag? Hot Dumb Bitch? Hot dog and bun? Holy Dumbass Batman? Housing and Development Board?

    Use words, people! Not trendy acronyms only a narrow segment ever sees. What is a few more keystrokes?

    Faggots.

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  49. It seems that most of the letters you have posted have been from young college types. This kind of behavior comes as no surprise. What would truly be wonderful is to see the absolute breakdown of maybe a more advanced age group. I thought about using the word "mature" and realized that with age doesn't always come maturity. I love your writing. You really ought to post the letter, because there are those in the populous who haven't been on the receiving end of crippling mental illness. It's a PSA. Be bold!!!

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  50. @ anonymous 5:17

    I'm pretty sure it stands for Hippie Douche Bag. Just a guess.

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  51. mr. mrs. fangfaceJuly 12, 2009 at 6:50 PM

    Anonymous 5:17:

    I'm a hermaphrodite zombie robot. Technically, I don't believe I can be homosexual. :O

    (I know, I know, don't feed the trolls... ;D )

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  52. mr. mrs. fangfaceJuly 12, 2009 at 6:54 PM

    P.S.

    Weasel, I definitely think you should post the really psychotic letter sans jokes as a sort of educational thing. I think most people understand that life isn't all kittens and rainbows and would welcome a more serious post.

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  53. I like gory details, post the psycho letters. It doesn't all have to be fun and games. You can post shit that makes me want to lock my doors and sleep with a night light too. It's ok, if anyone gives you a hard time tell them I gave you permission.

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  54. anon 11: 21 and winky

    I think the you've cracked it! The passive agressive scenario where his family turns on his doorsteep, making her play the part of the heartless bitch if she insists on them leaving, is very much in tune with his maudling, woe is me, sooo misunderstod, attitude.

    Suddenly I feel the need to kick something inanimate...

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  55. Post the psycho letters.

    Not all the letters have to be psychotic. Sometimes the comments section shows how callous and jaded we seem to be :D We want all guts and gore sometimes.

    This guy sounds a lot like one of my best friend's exes. How dare you choose a life full of "education" and "working" above ME! *snort* Good guys support the women they love and push them to do/be their best.

    Artemis- It's tempting to move in with a guy. I've never done it but I can understand how it can happen. I totally agree with you though. I'm a creature of habit too. I like my space. I like my schedule. I'd be too worried about losing face to jump into living with someone that fast ESPECIALLY long distance.

    Crazy can sometimes hide for quite a while.

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  56. Post the one from the mentally ill fellow. You've already posted one that got more horrified responses than humorous ones already, IIRC. I don't think one more would kill the site.

    And....yeah. Anything I could say about this entry has already been said.

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  57. You know, Weas, if you have doubts about posting something about someone you think is mentally ill you can include a PSA of sorts. Links to women/men resource websites that can help people deal with this type of abusive person. Tips on who to call if they feel like they are in this situation. It may help someone going through it, alleviates your guilt and still entertains us. It's a win all around.

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  58. Seconding all the calls to post the really crazy one. Nothing wrong with mocking the truly insane, as long as you know they live a very long way away from you.

    Also, if it's a case of true scary!crazy, the comments will be AWESOME.

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  59. Janelle here, just wanted to update and clarify a couple things.

    This shining example of humanity and I had been friends for several years and through a few relationships on my and his part over those years. It was only when both of us were single at the same time that thoughts of something more came into the picture. I knew he lived with his brother but I didn't know about all the others in the house until after I had moved in.

    Part of the reason I moved was because my chosen career field had a lot of opportunities in the area where he lived. It seemed to kill 2 birds with one stone since I'd contemplated moving there at some point in my life anyway.

    He knew of my career plans before we began our relationship, he knew and told me he would support me in my goals. After a few months, though, things began to change and then it turned into what you see before you. I wanted to move out and get our own place but that quickly became unacceptable to him as well. That, coupled with the increasing drug use, drove me over the edge.

    For those wondering if I got my stuff back. Yes, a friend of mine who still lives out there was able to finally get my stuff from him (even though he knew her he "didn't trust her" and didn't want to give my stuff to her even though he wouldn't send my stuff to me. Also, yes I did offer C.O.D. and also offered to send him a check or money order (made out to whoever would be shipping it, of course) for the cost of the shipping to be used to ship it and not to pay him back. I offered all of that up front and he refused.

    So, yes, I was stupid. Yes, I made a HUGE mistake. I also learned quite a bit from that mistake and am much wiser for it.

    Thanks everyone, and thanks Weasel!

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  60. I feel for Janelle. I honestly do.
    I met someone, knew him for 4 years,had known him IRL, not on the internet. he didn't seem unstable or odd in any way. He ended up needing someone to move in with him to help him with bills and things because his other roommate ditched out on him. So I made the move two states over and lived with him.
    Biggest mistake I could ever make.

    He ended up quitting his job when I moved in, and allowed rounds about 10 people to flop on our floor at any given time. I didn't sign onto the lease and left as quickly as possible to get out of the situation because it was just awful.

    Sometimes you make bad judgement calls and sometimes you spend time with someone and don't know all the crap they keep hidden from you until you live with them. She made a mistake, figured that out and got out of the situation. For all the people attempting to villify her and say that she was a superfical, elitist bitch, she had every right to be. He turned out to be a waste of her time.

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  61. So Clark was never Superman-in-disguise, now was he?! What a son of a bitch; I had a similar experience, but luckily it never went further than my online connection, thank God. Seriously love your blog, hurry up with the next post, will ya?! :)

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  62. "I knew he lived with his brother but I didn't know about all the others in the house until after I had moved in."
    Critical question: why?

    "Part of the reason I moved[...]"
    How long did you spend knowing him IRL or his basic background (work, recreation, etc) before moving in?

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  63. Janelle :)

    I'm very happy for you that you are out of that and got your stuff back ^^

    Ignore the assmunches that don't understand and don't want to. They can go suck on a douchenozzle.

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  64. Anonymous said...

    "I knew he lived with his brother but I didn't know about all the others in the house until after I had moved in."
    Critical question: why?
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    It's simple. Because he told her there would only be three tenants.

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  65. The guy's an idiot and a user. People like this slowly reveal their true nature once they feel comfortable. You never know a person until you live with them.

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  66. Off topic, but I'd like to say that some people complaining about the "unfunny" of these entries makes me laugh. Particularly since they're all hilarious. But seriously? THIS FREE ENTERTAINMENT IS NOT UP TO MY STANDARDS, YOU GUYZZZZZZ.

    I love this blog. Keep 'em coming, Weasel!

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  67. "It's simple. Because [...]"
    No one asked you.

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  68. Anon12:33, you obviously didn't read Janelle's update, or you wouldn't have asked your redundant, asinine question.

    Learn to read for comprehension, before you post the same question which has already been answered.

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  69. Janelle here again. He lived with his brother because his brother had come back from Iraq and just gotten out of the National Guard. They decided that living together and sharing rent (at the time) was a smart move for both of them. Unfortunately that was later extended to include his brother's girlfriend (which I couldn't complain about because I was doing the same thing) and then the friend and his girlfriend. It wasn't my house so I couldn't forbid anyone else to come in. I could always leave, though, and that's exactly what I did.

    Living 12 hours away from him at the time I only had that week to get to know him IRL. I was not then, and am not now, wealthy enough to make multipe trips out to see him before I made the decision to just go. I was impulsive, yes. It was a good learning experience career-wise as well as relationship-wise (and good entertainment for others later! LOL) and for that alone it was worth the hassle and annoyance. I do use this story for friends I've met since then as a warning to them, too. What better than experience to learn from, right? :-)

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  70. I wouldn't call this letter exactly "psychotic." Don't get me wrong, the guy is clearly a loser with no ambition, but he sounds more like a guy who just had his heart broken more so than a total creeper.

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  71. I love this blog and it was a nice change of pace that the story didn't have to end with a restraining order. I must nonetheless admit that Weasel's enticing allusions to something truly psychotic has left me intriged...

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  72. Mack Truck: You fail reading comprehension. If you're right, then you can quote the part that explains why she didn't know and post it here. Let's see you do that.

    Janelle's got the right idea in mind. She's not taking any of this too seriously. It's like she doesn't care. Awesome!

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  73. Anon 3:47 see Anon 1:51

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  74. It was mentioned that Janelle corresponded with Clark online for some time prior to moving in with him. If so, she must have already observed him in the act of making the egregious error of substituting "it's" for "its".

    That's when she should have known that this relationship had no future.

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  75. Artemis see Mack Truck 1:40

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  76. Oh my god, just send her stuff to her.

    I've gotten those emails before (and texts, and voicemails) from an ex. It's been two years since our very definite breakup and he's still sending me those. He owes me a substantial amount of money (I was stupid and young) but when he told me he would pay me back, and I agreed to it, I was subjected to an email everyday about my "failures" as a person and a friend, and that the money were "gifts of love. And I still cherish our love. And you'll be using it on your new boyfriend, anyways, slut."

    My response was always, "Too many words. Just send me my money and things."

    I completely want to send in the whole story of that mess, but I've long deleted those letters.

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  77. I lived with a guy once. I'm kinda weird (in a fun way, I hope) so whenever someone call me crazy, I look them dead in the eye and say, "I'm not crazy. My therapist calls it mentally unstable." It's just a joke. I don't have any real mental problems. Well, the laughter left the room. He bagan drilling me on who I see, how often, what meds. I'm on, etc. It turns out that he had been MARRIED to a woman who was on a heavy duty anti-psychotic drug and didn't know it until she thought she was 'better' and went off her meds. She had hid it from him for about 2 years!
    She quit working *got fired?* and moved to the sofa permanently. When the sofa became too small (or she became too big, whichever) she moved to the FLOOR!
    They got divorced. Life went on. So, it's not just men that can be psycho free-loaders.

    Ahhhh, if only he had kept the letters . . .

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  78. I don't see why the problem lies with her. She got with a guy who probably didn't mention that ALL of these people lived with him and probably didn't tell her about his habits. I dated a guy for a bit last year (before I met my amazing BF) and he was beyond lovely at first. He took me for coffee, told me I was pretty, etc. Then, 2 weeks later, he refused to buy me drinks and made me pay for his because "he didn't have cash". He went on and on and on about how much money he (err... his parents) had which was beyond annoying. I found out that he did some stupid things on the side, had a need for porn in heavy doses (this was AFTER we broke up and from a friend), and oh yeah... had a girlfriend.

    I was calling him to break up with him based on the stalking texts and phone calls I was getting. Thinking that maybe there was something he wasn't telling me, I confronted him about his girlfriend. Yeah, he had one - for TWO years. And he was stupid enough to believe we wouldn't find out about one another. Sure, he and I were in another country studying, but we all came from the same metro area and all of us had mutual friends I later found out thanks to facebook.

    He was NOT as advertised. Thankfully, one of our mutual friends stepped up now that he was out of the picture, and asked me out a while after I broke up with the loser. We've been together for 7 months today and I haven't been happier. Meanwhile, the loser continued to serial text me and spend 30 pounds on a cab ride to drop off a very creepy Christmas card at my door from where he lived!

    Things aren't always as they seem.

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  79. " They are always on the verge of getting that better job/starting their own business/coming into some money. "

    Ayup.

    And if you've never BEEN with anyone like that, sometimes you have to learn the hard way. *raises hand*

    I looooove how hippie douchebags equate "making an honest living" with "selling out."

    I'm a New Age Yuppie myself, just to clarify. ; )

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  80. Also, props to Janelle for getting her stuff back before he sold it.

    Cuz he eventually would.

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  81. I feel bad saying this, because for the most part, men are often psychos. But lately, I feel like these posts really highlight the stupidity from both ends. Janelle knew this person for YEARS. Should should have known what an idiot he was before agreeing to move in. It's just that simple. Get to know someone before you move in.

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  82. omg. if you take away the jail and the drugs... that is pretty much identical to my last attempt at online lurv. i even got a very similar letter when he left. and then an email a month ago offering to take me back. LOL!

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  83. Cynical Siren, did you read the comments from Janelle?

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  84. I think a few people have already, but in Janelle's defense: hey, trying love on for size should be admired. She came to her senses--it's not like she put up with his bullshit for too long.

    I gotta love a girl who will give a man like that a chance--it reminds me that he's my competition, and I'm nowhere near perfect, but I got him beat!

    Accepting people even with their flaws is to be admired, as long as you don't put up with too much bullshit. YOU GO JANELLE--you'll find a dude who deserves your acceptance.

    Okay that was really fucking pollyanna, but, Janelle provides a good example to us all: jump in, and if the water ain't right get the fuck out.

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  85. Anonymous 6:46 AM,
    It doesn't sound like she was a freeloader. It sounds like she was mentally ill. I suspect Manic Depression. It's norm for someone with a serious mental illness to not be able to function. Often they can't function on a minimal level.

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  86. I don't see why so many people are insulting Janelle. She has one life to live and she decided to take a risk. It didn't have a great return, but you can't receive a great reward without a great risk.

    Besides, it doesn't matter what the situation is. The point is that he decided to write her letters (like a lot of us do after a breakup) to try and win her back... by insulting her (which the sane amongst us don't do).

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  87. "I don't see why so many people are insulting Janelle."
    criticism ≠ insult. grow a spine.

    "to try and win her back"
    loaded assumption

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  88. Hey Weas! I saw you had a new post up and then come back from work to find it's vanished. What gives? What did I miss?

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  89. Lol. Did someone who just posted completely anonymously tell me to grow a spine? That makes no sense.

    There are criticisms, but there are also a lot of insults. You are acting pretty defensive here.

    And it isn't a "loaded assumption". That is a nonsense statement. You just mean assumption.

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  90. I saw it too Calantha, and was wondering what happened to it.

    Pirate, I think Weasie should turn off the ability to post anonymously. It's hard to keep all the 'tards separate, when they won't use a unique user name.

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  91. To quote Cattypex from a few months back on WWHM ..."he is the douchiest douchebag". Glad Janelle got away.

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  92. "Lol. Did someone who just posted completely anonymously tell me to grow a spine? That makes no sense."
    Ad hominem. Criticisms are founded. Get use to it.

    'And it isn't a "loaded assumption". That is a nonsense statement. You just mean assumption.'
    Loaded with bullshit.

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  93. This guy sounds exactly my older brother (who I am no longer on speaking terms with).

    Sadly, my sister-in-law decided to stick with him for nearly two decades and put up with the constant pot-smoking, the emotional abuse and guilt-tripping, the excuses for not getting a job or doing anything besides smoking pot and watching tv, etc.

    She married him and now has two kids with him.
    I can't see her ever leaving him despite the fact that he makes her cry nearly everyday. PLEASE if you ever make the mistake of dating a guy like this, don't wait around hoping that he will get his act together- leave IMMEDIATELY and don't look back.

    I'm glad Janelle got away. Some women never do, and it sucks having to listen to one tell you about how her husband threatens to stab her eyes out or take the kids to where she'll never see them again if she ever leaves him (true story from my sister-in-law)

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  94. I can still post anonymous. What happened to the new post?

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  95. ***"Seconding all the calls to post the really crazy one. Nothing wrong with mocking the truly insane, as long as you know they live a very long way away from you."


    Comments like these are what make me think that you SHOULDN'T post the truly psychotic letter, Weasel. Because, according to many of the people commenting, the mentally ill are apparently not human and should all be locked up in a dungeon somewhere to protect us oh-so-sane people from being victims of their abuse...

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  96. Yeah, for all the commenters who say they have a job but claim THEY'RE not one those eeeevil capitalists but instead just consider themselves working in "reality"...

    *ahem*

    "Capitalism is an economic and social system in which most trade, industry and the means of production (capital) is privately controlled and operated for a profit."

    Yep, you're a capitalist. So unless you work your job for free...

    But why oh why people like to put the mythical concept of "capitalism" and "capitalists" up on their pedestal of evil I will never understand. Capitalism allows you to put food on your table. Not only that, it allows you to put what food, when, and how much you want as opposed to government mandated rationing.

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  97. What happened to the new post? I wrote a comment and whammo it was gone.

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  98. Quote: Janelle quickly realized Clark wasn't all he claimed to be over the internet!

    Some people also can be frauds through interviews and SMS. I have a friend who caught the eye of a Hollywood actor on a current primetime spinoff crime show. She had a crush on him for awhile. He seemed nice and down to earth in his interviews so my friend thought why not, he's hot, I like him, let's see where it goes.

    His opening line was "you have really beautiful eyes". Yea, original. My friend thought it was kind of lame but gave her his number anyway. Couple nights later he SMS her "let's meet up for drinks". Sounds innocent enough. They met up at a bar and he instantly took her to his house. Instead of wine he got out cheap beer, lots of it. He tried to make her drink a lot but she came up with the excuse drinking too fast made her sick.

    The more he drank the more his real side was exposed. He wasn't nice or affectionate like he says in interviews. Apart from his attractive looks, he was a jerk who jumped her when he thought she was "drunk enough to lose control". Then he dropped trou and she knew why he was so eager to get her drunk.

    He had a VERY small dick, even when erect.

    My friend sort of wanted to run but she thought this was her chance to have sex with her celebrity crush. Maybe he's good with that very small dick! He wasn't. The sex was so bad she got bored and daydreamed long before he was done. After that he rolled over, slept and she had to get her own ride out!!!

    His SMS messages following that night were the highlight of the situation. They were like "I had a really good time, I know you did too" "wanna have beer and fuck again?" My friend ignored them and deleted him off her phone! LOL He must have figured out she was ignoring him because he SMS her in the middle of the night "whatever. ugly bitch. it was just a pity fuck. should be glad I fucked you."

    My friend isn't his fan anymore and regrets having sex with him. She learned the hard way Hollywood guys may seem nice and normal and be nasty douchebags anyway. She also found out before he got popular he was a sleazebag who trawled boyband concerts to pick up teenage girls at least ten years younger than him. Gross!!

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  99. Dana, how old are you? Because you sound about 16, for cryin' out loud.

    It appears that your friend has only herself to blame for being stupid. She was apparently so star-struck she saw no reason NOT to go home with a stranger. How does that relate to HIM being a douchenozzle?

    She went to his house, drank too much, agreed to have sex with him, then because she was disappointed, she rags on him about being an asswipe.

    Sounds like your friend isn't too bright, because she expected some random guy to treat her like a princess. She agreed to be treated like a 'ho, so who's fault is that? Not his.

    How did she EXPECT him to act, after she gave him a vadge pass just because he's some sort of celebrity? That he was going to fall in passionate love with her, and whisk her away to Hollywood? Yep, that's what I think SHE thought, which is why now she's so bitter.

    Plus, what's wrong with dating someone 10 years younger? Unless they're under the age of consent, I don't see a problem with it.

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  100. I never said my friend was blameless. Her friends including me were disappointed about what happened but we know she made a stupid mistake. She also does and she regrets it. I just mean he claims to be a nice, good guy who respects women in interviews but he really isn't.

    He was around 25-26. The girls he went for were supposedly teenagers under 16.

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  101. "I just mean he claims to be a nice, good guy who respects women in interviews but he really isn't."
    It's true. I saw it on TV!

    Who considers a media-crafted interview a substitute for actually getting to know a guy? Retard.

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  102. The guy's an ACTOR. It's his JOB to come across as kind and good hearted. He won't keep getting work if he doesn't polish his public persona.

    Are you and your friend so naive as to think someone's going to say, "Yeah, I think women are just jizz receptacles" in a PUBLIC interview?

    Celebrities are usually entitlement-addled assclowns with egos the size of Manhattan.

    It's their private actions that say who they really are, and if your friend had done her homework instead of being star struck, she wouldn't have gotten herself into this mess.

    I also don't care whether or not he has a small dick. That has NOTHING to do with anything at all, except that you wanted to make fun of him.

    Big dicks don't make someone nice, either. They either are or they aren't, regardless of the size of their hardware.

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  103. Anyone else waiting for an update and bored can read about my "eeek!" moment the other night on my blog for July 15.

    www.freewebs.com/spottedtridingblog

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  104. the mentally ill are apparently not human and should all be locked up in a dungeon somewhere to protect us oh-so-sane people from being victims of their abuse...

    I don't agree that the mentally ill should be locked up (unless they truly are a threat to public safety), but why don't we have a right to be protected from their abuse?

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  105. I agree with Erika - I want people who are experiencing mental issues to find and have help and be well in life.

    Doesn't mean they're owed dates. No one is 'owed' anything - let alone a date, a chat, a shag, or anything.

    I think that if a person is experiencing challenges/problems that impact their lives in such a way and affects their ability to relate to others in a positive way, dating should be at the very bottom of the grocery list until balance is gained.

    Just my two cents.

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  106. "Doesn't mean they're owed dates. No one is 'owed' anything - let alone a date, a chat, a shag, or anything."
    Everyone's owed a date, shag, anything! Nigger.

    Nice red herring. No one mentioned owing anything.

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  107. ***"I don't agree that the mentally ill should be locked up (unless they truly are a threat to public safety), but why don't we have a right to be protected from their abuse?"***

    We do, but I was speaking more to the point of the people who were urging Weasel to post that truly psychotic letter from the suicidal guy. What purpose would it serve other than to provide comedic value for those who have no reservations about mocking them?

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  108. Hey Anon @ 10:40 - look at my care face as I chow down on red herring. Tasty!

    Truth is, the majority of human kind feel that they're owed love, success, happiness, etc.. etc... ad nauseum in life and when it doesn't work out or happen the way they think it should, they write tripe like we see in the letters on this site. You're not owed anything in life. That's what I was trying to say, but I suspect I was not clear enough.

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  109. mr. mrs. fangfaceJuly 17, 2009 at 11:49 AM

    Dude, where are these trolls coming from? It's like they rounded up a bunch of high school kids and stupid frat boys and gave them internet access and unlimited time. I can't think of any other people that are immature enough to be so contrary just for the sake of being contrary and to think it's acceptable to use racial and sexual slurs as generalized insults. Geeze.

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  110. Every single one of you assholes slows down to gawk when you see a car wreck. Don't tell me you don't have some curiosity to see just how fucked up people can be and how scary it is that they can happen to people just like us.

    "We shouldn't mock the truly insane" And why not? Why do they get a pass? Why don't I get a pass from all those stupid blonde jokes? I can't help my natural hair color. Sure, I can bottle it but they can take pills. Post it Weas.

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  111. "Truth is, the majority of human kind feel that they're owed love, success, happiness, etc.. etc... ad nauseum in life and when it doesn't work out or happen the way they think it should, they write tripe like we see in the letters on this site."
    Which in no way addresses objections to antagonizing the mentally ill. Will people read and remark 'That fucker's insane!'? No shit. The majority of humankind is right.

    "I can't think of any other people that are immature enough to be so contrary just for the sake of being contrary and to think it's acceptable to use racial and sexual slurs as generalized insults."
    It is more than acceptable. It's an agenda item of 3rd wave feminism: reclaiming derogatory terms. These terms aren't going to reclaim themselves, numbnuts, so quit stalling.

    'immature trolls' > you

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  112. Dear Anon 3:07

    Did you happen to notice that I didn't stoop to name calling, 'numbnuts'? Name calling is truly the last resort of the feeble minded. Are you going to say I have cooties next?

    All I said is that in life we're not owed anything. Why are you so angry? Does this thread hit a nerve? I find it interesting - your level of vitriol does not match up with the tone of my posts at all.

    It's not my job to defend humanity or the mentally ill, or people who can't get a date. Nor do I care to. All I know is that you can't always get what you want, and it seems to make a lot of people angry. *wink*

    As a troll, you'll no doubt have another stammering, angry post or two to add, so I'll leave you to it.

    Get writing. Go spit some bile and have a nap or something. I think you need one.

    *yawn*

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  113. "3rd wave of feminism: reclaiming derogatory terms." LOL. Nice try, anon troll.

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  114. "LOL. Nice try, anon troll."
    Try? Well done admitting ignorance. Bitches are behind on their feminism and delay the reappropriation of words. Their superficial objections perpetuate offensive meaning. Feel good?

    "Are you going to say I have cooties next?"
    Do you? You're misattributing. Anger? Vitriol? Bile? Not consistent with reclaiming. Are you projecting?

    Criticizing your failure to address a point without raising a straw man does not need to get emotional, dear.

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  115. And for some reason I'm over come by the urge to post a Kim Jong Il naked picture. Maybe it's the pathetic bickering on some dude's blog. A real lolinternetfight. Jesus christ, is that you ISM?

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  116. clydesdalesocks,
    How many clydes do you have?

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  117. "3rd wave of feminism: reclaiming derogatory terms."

    I'll have to write my old Women's Studies professors to tell them that everything that they have said is incorrect. A troll told me so. That evidence enough.

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  118. I don't know, I think these are becoming dead blogs. Especially WWHM

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  119. Weasel! Are you ok? It's been a while since you updated... you usually get a blog out on weekends.... and what happened to the one with the mentally unstable guy..? I read it and thought it was fine.

    Hope to read more blogs soon!

    -Helen

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