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#57 - Neither I nor any of my friends have ever been like this, and … 6 hours ago on Most accurate +4
#106 - As if Cena needs help, dood. 8 hours ago on \o/ +2
#167 - And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because … 11 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
#157 - I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because t…  [+] (2 new replies) 12 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
#115 - We're "bitching" that people should be held responsi…  [+] (4 new replies) 15 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #144 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
If you are around someone you don't know who is drinking, and you choose to have sex with that person when you are not drinking, you have accepted any consequences that come with that.

Your problem is that you are only acknowledging that drunk people made the decision to drink. The sober person also made the decision to have sex with the drunk person, even if they said they wanted it. You know full well the consequences that could come later on, you have accepted that fact as much as you think the person drinking should accept the fact that things could happen.

You can't try to say that the drunk person is responsible because they were drinking and not say that the sober party is responsible because they chose to have sex with the person who has been drinking. I'm not treating anyone like children, but through the law the drunk person is not able to actually consent to sex. So therefore, if they wake up, even if they weren't black-out drunk, and claim that you had sex with them while the were inebriated and they where not consciously willing, then you will be charged with rape.

Whether you like it or not, this is the way it works. So like I said, if the person is drinking anything you can very well just not have sex with them to avoid the matter all together if you are afraid of this happening. You know it can happen, you choose to do it, you suffer the consequences if it happens. This is why it seems like treating a child, because a grown adult can also make the decision not to have sex with the person. It's not "putting a lock on anyone", its acknowledging the possibility of it happening and you are taking the risk.
#157 - newprinny (12 hours ago) [-]
I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because that is the point where it becomes "rape" in your eyes, dood. It shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make your decisions for you if you're the one that's purposely damaging yourself and drinking beyond your ability to control yourself. I don't care what people have gotten away with in court, it doesn't make it right. I'm saying "you be responsible for your actions while you're drunk," and you're saying "you be responsible for their actions while they're drunk." If a drunk person wants sex, and a sober person gives it to them, it is not rape, and it only becomes rape when you try to instill stipulations in the law that treat grown men and women like little children and put a lock down on peoples' sexuality. We should not be teaching "make sure they haven't been drinking, if they have, make sure they haven't reached the proverbial dead zone (which varies from person to person and may or may not even be physically perceivable), then, and only then, can you make sure they're consenting because sometimes consent doesn't mean consent and if you're not hyper aware of every human being you have a sexual interest in, you're a rapist," we should be teaching "don't drink yourself to the point that you aren't able to make fully conscious decisions."
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
#100 - You're the only person bringing feminism in to this, dood. I a…  [+] (6 new replies) 16 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #104 - reaperssprint (15 hours ago) [-]
The problem here is all of you are bitching about the drunk person being able to consent and all of that bullshit.

The part you are missing is that all you have to do to avoid this is not have sex with a drunk person, no matter how drunk. It is not that hard, but apparently to you it is. The sober person is held accountable by law because it is logical, get over it. That's how it is, that's how it is going to stay.
#115 - newprinny (15 hours ago) [-]
We're "bitching" that people should be held responsible for their own bad decisions, dood. That you shouldn't be able to ruin someone's life because of your decisions. Did you just miss the part where it's not always 100% clear how drunk someone is in a situation? If they're even drunk at all? It's not always black and white. We can't just put a lock down on people and say that the second any alcohol touches your lips you can't have sex, even if you want to have sex. That's treating grown adults like fucking children who can't handle the responsibilities of being an adult.
User avatar #144 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
If you are around someone you don't know who is drinking, and you choose to have sex with that person when you are not drinking, you have accepted any consequences that come with that.

Your problem is that you are only acknowledging that drunk people made the decision to drink. The sober person also made the decision to have sex with the drunk person, even if they said they wanted it. You know full well the consequences that could come later on, you have accepted that fact as much as you think the person drinking should accept the fact that things could happen.

You can't try to say that the drunk person is responsible because they were drinking and not say that the sober party is responsible because they chose to have sex with the person who has been drinking. I'm not treating anyone like children, but through the law the drunk person is not able to actually consent to sex. So therefore, if they wake up, even if they weren't black-out drunk, and claim that you had sex with them while the were inebriated and they where not consciously willing, then you will be charged with rape.

Whether you like it or not, this is the way it works. So like I said, if the person is drinking anything you can very well just not have sex with them to avoid the matter all together if you are afraid of this happening. You know it can happen, you choose to do it, you suffer the consequences if it happens. This is why it seems like treating a child, because a grown adult can also make the decision not to have sex with the person. It's not "putting a lock on anyone", its acknowledging the possibility of it happening and you are taking the risk.
#157 - newprinny (12 hours ago) [-]
I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because that is the point where it becomes "rape" in your eyes, dood. It shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make your decisions for you if you're the one that's purposely damaging yourself and drinking beyond your ability to control yourself. I don't care what people have gotten away with in court, it doesn't make it right. I'm saying "you be responsible for your actions while you're drunk," and you're saying "you be responsible for their actions while they're drunk." If a drunk person wants sex, and a sober person gives it to them, it is not rape, and it only becomes rape when you try to instill stipulations in the law that treat grown men and women like little children and put a lock down on peoples' sexuality. We should not be teaching "make sure they haven't been drinking, if they have, make sure they haven't reached the proverbial dead zone (which varies from person to person and may or may not even be physically perceivable), then, and only then, can you make sure they're consenting because sometimes consent doesn't mean consent and if you're not hyper aware of every human being you have a sexual interest in, you're a rapist," we should be teaching "don't drink yourself to the point that you aren't able to make fully conscious decisions."
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
#84 - If while you're drunk, someone held you down and forcefully ha…  [+] (8 new replies) 16 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #89 - reaperssprint (16 hours ago) [-]
You're proving my point. At no point did I state it had to be a man, that's the issue all of you have. you're so pent-up on being anti-feminist that every scenario you come up with is unisex.

I also understand what you are saying, but it is wrong. again, it is like someone who is sleep-walking, they cannot consciously consent to sex. The same thing happens with being drunk, everything becomes more sub-conscious than anything.

Here's the bottom line, you want to talk about knowing the consequences right? Well, the sober person is 100% aware of the consequences of having sex with a drunk person. So yes, by your logic they deserve to have their life ruined because they made that decision. If you don't want to pay the price, don't have sex with a drunk person when you're sober, or at all if it worries you.
#100 - newprinny (16 hours ago) [-]
You're the only person bringing feminism in to this, dood. I am anti-feminist, but it is completely inconsequential to this argument.
You do not choose to sleep walk, but you choose to poison your own critical thinking by drinking alcohol.
The sober person might be more aware, but it shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make sure someone else doesn't make a bad decision. Someone could be completely black out drunk, but seem almost sober/just a little tipsy, so sometimes it's hard to tell just who is "the sober person." Personal alcohol tolerances or their regular personalities could blur the lines, so making it someone else's responsibility to know whether or not they're "too drunk to consent" is ridiculous. People should be held responsible for their own actions and not blame other people for their bad decisions.
User avatar #104 - reaperssprint (15 hours ago) [-]
The problem here is all of you are bitching about the drunk person being able to consent and all of that bullshit.

The part you are missing is that all you have to do to avoid this is not have sex with a drunk person, no matter how drunk. It is not that hard, but apparently to you it is. The sober person is held accountable by law because it is logical, get over it. That's how it is, that's how it is going to stay.
#115 - newprinny (15 hours ago) [-]
We're "bitching" that people should be held responsible for their own bad decisions, dood. That you shouldn't be able to ruin someone's life because of your decisions. Did you just miss the part where it's not always 100% clear how drunk someone is in a situation? If they're even drunk at all? It's not always black and white. We can't just put a lock down on people and say that the second any alcohol touches your lips you can't have sex, even if you want to have sex. That's treating grown adults like fucking children who can't handle the responsibilities of being an adult.
User avatar #144 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
If you are around someone you don't know who is drinking, and you choose to have sex with that person when you are not drinking, you have accepted any consequences that come with that.

Your problem is that you are only acknowledging that drunk people made the decision to drink. The sober person also made the decision to have sex with the drunk person, even if they said they wanted it. You know full well the consequences that could come later on, you have accepted that fact as much as you think the person drinking should accept the fact that things could happen.

You can't try to say that the drunk person is responsible because they were drinking and not say that the sober party is responsible because they chose to have sex with the person who has been drinking. I'm not treating anyone like children, but through the law the drunk person is not able to actually consent to sex. So therefore, if they wake up, even if they weren't black-out drunk, and claim that you had sex with them while the were inebriated and they where not consciously willing, then you will be charged with rape.

Whether you like it or not, this is the way it works. So like I said, if the person is drinking anything you can very well just not have sex with them to avoid the matter all together if you are afraid of this happening. You know it can happen, you choose to do it, you suffer the consequences if it happens. This is why it seems like treating a child, because a grown adult can also make the decision not to have sex with the person. It's not "putting a lock on anyone", its acknowledging the possibility of it happening and you are taking the risk.
#157 - newprinny (12 hours ago) [-]
I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because that is the point where it becomes "rape" in your eyes, dood. It shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make your decisions for you if you're the one that's purposely damaging yourself and drinking beyond your ability to control yourself. I don't care what people have gotten away with in court, it doesn't make it right. I'm saying "you be responsible for your actions while you're drunk," and you're saying "you be responsible for their actions while they're drunk." If a drunk person wants sex, and a sober person gives it to them, it is not rape, and it only becomes rape when you try to instill stipulations in the law that treat grown men and women like little children and put a lock down on peoples' sexuality. We should not be teaching "make sure they haven't been drinking, if they have, make sure they haven't reached the proverbial dead zone (which varies from person to person and may or may not even be physically perceivable), then, and only then, can you make sure they're consenting because sometimes consent doesn't mean consent and if you're not hyper aware of every human being you have a sexual interest in, you're a rapist," we should be teaching "don't drink yourself to the point that you aren't able to make fully conscious decisions."
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
#77 - If you get drunk and you have sex and you regret it late…  [+] (10 new replies) 17 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #78 - reaperssprint (17 hours ago) [-]
You chose to get drunk, not to have sex. What you are saying has absolutely no logic to it. Nobody held you down and made you drink, nobody goaded you into drinking that much against your will.

But someone made the conscious decision to have sex with you when you were inebriated. That is rape, there is no if, and, or buts. What you're saying is what would be considered not right, the drunk person is not able to give consent. That's the end of the story.

For a lot of people its not just "regretting it the next day", it is more "what happened, who is this person I've never seen, I didn't want any of this".

People like you are just as bad as feminists, you are so biased that it hurts.
User avatar #84 - newprinny (16 hours ago) [-]
If while you're drunk, someone held you down and forcefully had sex with you, or tried taking you somewhere and you resist, then yes, it's rape, but if a person approaches you while you're drunk and asks if you want to go back to their place to hook up or whatever and you agree, then no, it is not rape. Getting drunk doesn't suddenly make you a child who can't be held responsible for their actions, or we wouldn't feel it necessary to hold drunk people responsible for their actions when they're behind the wheel of a car, dood. Just think about the situation, and you'll see where I'm coming from: a man approaches you, asks if you want to have sex, and you agree, meaning there was consent, and no rape occurred. The only difference between that situation and this situation is that before the man approaches you, you choose to take a substance that impairs your reasoning that you know might make you do something you'll regret later. Is the man shitty person for approaching you when he knows that you've purposely poisoned your own thinking ability? Yes, no one is arguing that it should be seen as ok for a guy to take advantage of someone regardless of whether or not they've purposely impaired themselves, but has he raped someone for taking advantage of that situation? No. Should he have his life ruined because of that situation? No. My thinking is not without logic, you are simply refusing to see the logic, dood.
User avatar #89 - reaperssprint (16 hours ago) [-]
You're proving my point. At no point did I state it had to be a man, that's the issue all of you have. you're so pent-up on being anti-feminist that every scenario you come up with is unisex.

I also understand what you are saying, but it is wrong. again, it is like someone who is sleep-walking, they cannot consciously consent to sex. The same thing happens with being drunk, everything becomes more sub-conscious than anything.

Here's the bottom line, you want to talk about knowing the consequences right? Well, the sober person is 100% aware of the consequences of having sex with a drunk person. So yes, by your logic they deserve to have their life ruined because they made that decision. If you don't want to pay the price, don't have sex with a drunk person when you're sober, or at all if it worries you.
#100 - newprinny (16 hours ago) [-]
You're the only person bringing feminism in to this, dood. I am anti-feminist, but it is completely inconsequential to this argument.
You do not choose to sleep walk, but you choose to poison your own critical thinking by drinking alcohol.
The sober person might be more aware, but it shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make sure someone else doesn't make a bad decision. Someone could be completely black out drunk, but seem almost sober/just a little tipsy, so sometimes it's hard to tell just who is "the sober person." Personal alcohol tolerances or their regular personalities could blur the lines, so making it someone else's responsibility to know whether or not they're "too drunk to consent" is ridiculous. People should be held responsible for their own actions and not blame other people for their bad decisions.
User avatar #104 - reaperssprint (15 hours ago) [-]
The problem here is all of you are bitching about the drunk person being able to consent and all of that bullshit.

The part you are missing is that all you have to do to avoid this is not have sex with a drunk person, no matter how drunk. It is not that hard, but apparently to you it is. The sober person is held accountable by law because it is logical, get over it. That's how it is, that's how it is going to stay.
#115 - newprinny (15 hours ago) [-]
We're "bitching" that people should be held responsible for their own bad decisions, dood. That you shouldn't be able to ruin someone's life because of your decisions. Did you just miss the part where it's not always 100% clear how drunk someone is in a situation? If they're even drunk at all? It's not always black and white. We can't just put a lock down on people and say that the second any alcohol touches your lips you can't have sex, even if you want to have sex. That's treating grown adults like fucking children who can't handle the responsibilities of being an adult.
User avatar #144 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
If you are around someone you don't know who is drinking, and you choose to have sex with that person when you are not drinking, you have accepted any consequences that come with that.

Your problem is that you are only acknowledging that drunk people made the decision to drink. The sober person also made the decision to have sex with the drunk person, even if they said they wanted it. You know full well the consequences that could come later on, you have accepted that fact as much as you think the person drinking should accept the fact that things could happen.

You can't try to say that the drunk person is responsible because they were drinking and not say that the sober party is responsible because they chose to have sex with the person who has been drinking. I'm not treating anyone like children, but through the law the drunk person is not able to actually consent to sex. So therefore, if they wake up, even if they weren't black-out drunk, and claim that you had sex with them while the were inebriated and they where not consciously willing, then you will be charged with rape.

Whether you like it or not, this is the way it works. So like I said, if the person is drinking anything you can very well just not have sex with them to avoid the matter all together if you are afraid of this happening. You know it can happen, you choose to do it, you suffer the consequences if it happens. This is why it seems like treating a child, because a grown adult can also make the decision not to have sex with the person. It's not "putting a lock on anyone", its acknowledging the possibility of it happening and you are taking the risk.
#157 - newprinny (12 hours ago) [-]
I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because that is the point where it becomes "rape" in your eyes, dood. It shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make your decisions for you if you're the one that's purposely damaging yourself and drinking beyond your ability to control yourself. I don't care what people have gotten away with in court, it doesn't make it right. I'm saying "you be responsible for your actions while you're drunk," and you're saying "you be responsible for their actions while they're drunk." If a drunk person wants sex, and a sober person gives it to them, it is not rape, and it only becomes rape when you try to instill stipulations in the law that treat grown men and women like little children and put a lock down on peoples' sexuality. We should not be teaching "make sure they haven't been drinking, if they have, make sure they haven't reached the proverbial dead zone (which varies from person to person and may or may not even be physically perceivable), then, and only then, can you make sure they're consenting because sometimes consent doesn't mean consent and if you're not hyper aware of every human being you have a sexual interest in, you're a rapist," we should be teaching "don't drink yourself to the point that you aren't able to make fully conscious decisions."
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
#75 - I'm gonna stop you right there, dood, no, if one person is dru…  [+] (14 new replies) 17 hours ago on #YesAllCars 0
User avatar #76 - reaperssprint (17 hours ago) [-]
No, it is not consent. Ever heard of being black-out drunk? You have no idea what is going on, and generally you will not remember what happened. A drunk person is not able to actually consent to anything, that's not how it works.

Go ahead and try to say that in a court case, you'll be laughed at and found guilty instantly. By law, and general logic, a drunk person cannot really consent to anything since they aren't technically making conscious decision.

Getting consent from a drunk person is like getting consent from someone sleep-walking.
User avatar #109 - finalfantasymaster (15 hours ago) [-]
ima have to stop you right there.
im in college and going to become a prosecutor, ine of the first things i asked was drunk consent, the law will not accept it as rape because the person CHOSE to get drunk, she got drunk knowing about the possible consequences.
User avatar #149 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Maybe in your state, but that isn't the law in the large majority of states. In most states it is stated that any person who is inebriated to the point of helplessness (black-out), it doesn't matter if they served the drink to them self or not, cannot actually consent to sex.

Otherwise yes, they can legally consent. However, that is also left up the whoever is judging the case.
User avatar #77 - newprinny (17 hours ago) [-]
If you get drunk and you have sex and you regret it later, you have no one to blame but yourself, dood. I know it wouldn't hold up in court, but that doesn't mean that it's right. Unless someone is holding you down and forcing you to drink alcohol against your will, you have every chance to stop drinking, have every chance to say no, have every chance to walk away before doing something you might regret later.
User avatar #78 - reaperssprint (17 hours ago) [-]
You chose to get drunk, not to have sex. What you are saying has absolutely no logic to it. Nobody held you down and made you drink, nobody goaded you into drinking that much against your will.

But someone made the conscious decision to have sex with you when you were inebriated. That is rape, there is no if, and, or buts. What you're saying is what would be considered not right, the drunk person is not able to give consent. That's the end of the story.

For a lot of people its not just "regretting it the next day", it is more "what happened, who is this person I've never seen, I didn't want any of this".

People like you are just as bad as feminists, you are so biased that it hurts.
User avatar #84 - newprinny (16 hours ago) [-]
If while you're drunk, someone held you down and forcefully had sex with you, or tried taking you somewhere and you resist, then yes, it's rape, but if a person approaches you while you're drunk and asks if you want to go back to their place to hook up or whatever and you agree, then no, it is not rape. Getting drunk doesn't suddenly make you a child who can't be held responsible for their actions, or we wouldn't feel it necessary to hold drunk people responsible for their actions when they're behind the wheel of a car, dood. Just think about the situation, and you'll see where I'm coming from: a man approaches you, asks if you want to have sex, and you agree, meaning there was consent, and no rape occurred. The only difference between that situation and this situation is that before the man approaches you, you choose to take a substance that impairs your reasoning that you know might make you do something you'll regret later. Is the man shitty person for approaching you when he knows that you've purposely poisoned your own thinking ability? Yes, no one is arguing that it should be seen as ok for a guy to take advantage of someone regardless of whether or not they've purposely impaired themselves, but has he raped someone for taking advantage of that situation? No. Should he have his life ruined because of that situation? No. My thinking is not without logic, you are simply refusing to see the logic, dood.
User avatar #89 - reaperssprint (16 hours ago) [-]
You're proving my point. At no point did I state it had to be a man, that's the issue all of you have. you're so pent-up on being anti-feminist that every scenario you come up with is unisex.

I also understand what you are saying, but it is wrong. again, it is like someone who is sleep-walking, they cannot consciously consent to sex. The same thing happens with being drunk, everything becomes more sub-conscious than anything.

Here's the bottom line, you want to talk about knowing the consequences right? Well, the sober person is 100% aware of the consequences of having sex with a drunk person. So yes, by your logic they deserve to have their life ruined because they made that decision. If you don't want to pay the price, don't have sex with a drunk person when you're sober, or at all if it worries you.
#100 - newprinny (16 hours ago) [-]
You're the only person bringing feminism in to this, dood. I am anti-feminist, but it is completely inconsequential to this argument.
You do not choose to sleep walk, but you choose to poison your own critical thinking by drinking alcohol.
The sober person might be more aware, but it shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make sure someone else doesn't make a bad decision. Someone could be completely black out drunk, but seem almost sober/just a little tipsy, so sometimes it's hard to tell just who is "the sober person." Personal alcohol tolerances or their regular personalities could blur the lines, so making it someone else's responsibility to know whether or not they're "too drunk to consent" is ridiculous. People should be held responsible for their own actions and not blame other people for their bad decisions.
User avatar #104 - reaperssprint (15 hours ago) [-]
The problem here is all of you are bitching about the drunk person being able to consent and all of that bullshit.

The part you are missing is that all you have to do to avoid this is not have sex with a drunk person, no matter how drunk. It is not that hard, but apparently to you it is. The sober person is held accountable by law because it is logical, get over it. That's how it is, that's how it is going to stay.
#115 - newprinny (15 hours ago) [-]
We're "bitching" that people should be held responsible for their own bad decisions, dood. That you shouldn't be able to ruin someone's life because of your decisions. Did you just miss the part where it's not always 100% clear how drunk someone is in a situation? If they're even drunk at all? It's not always black and white. We can't just put a lock down on people and say that the second any alcohol touches your lips you can't have sex, even if you want to have sex. That's treating grown adults like fucking children who can't handle the responsibilities of being an adult.
User avatar #144 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
If you are around someone you don't know who is drinking, and you choose to have sex with that person when you are not drinking, you have accepted any consequences that come with that.

Your problem is that you are only acknowledging that drunk people made the decision to drink. The sober person also made the decision to have sex with the drunk person, even if they said they wanted it. You know full well the consequences that could come later on, you have accepted that fact as much as you think the person drinking should accept the fact that things could happen.

You can't try to say that the drunk person is responsible because they were drinking and not say that the sober party is responsible because they chose to have sex with the person who has been drinking. I'm not treating anyone like children, but through the law the drunk person is not able to actually consent to sex. So therefore, if they wake up, even if they weren't black-out drunk, and claim that you had sex with them while the were inebriated and they where not consciously willing, then you will be charged with rape.

Whether you like it or not, this is the way it works. So like I said, if the person is drinking anything you can very well just not have sex with them to avoid the matter all together if you are afraid of this happening. You know it can happen, you choose to do it, you suffer the consequences if it happens. This is why it seems like treating a child, because a grown adult can also make the decision not to have sex with the person. It's not "putting a lock on anyone", its acknowledging the possibility of it happening and you are taking the risk.
#157 - newprinny (12 hours ago) [-]
I am only talking about the person choosing to drink because that is the point where it becomes "rape" in your eyes, dood. It shouldn't be someone else's responsibility to make your decisions for you if you're the one that's purposely damaging yourself and drinking beyond your ability to control yourself. I don't care what people have gotten away with in court, it doesn't make it right. I'm saying "you be responsible for your actions while you're drunk," and you're saying "you be responsible for their actions while they're drunk." If a drunk person wants sex, and a sober person gives it to them, it is not rape, and it only becomes rape when you try to instill stipulations in the law that treat grown men and women like little children and put a lock down on peoples' sexuality. We should not be teaching "make sure they haven't been drinking, if they have, make sure they haven't reached the proverbial dead zone (which varies from person to person and may or may not even be physically perceivable), then, and only then, can you make sure they're consenting because sometimes consent doesn't mean consent and if you're not hyper aware of every human being you have a sexual interest in, you're a rapist," we should be teaching "don't drink yourself to the point that you aren't able to make fully conscious decisions."
User avatar #160 - reaperssprint (12 hours ago) [-]
Or how about both? Because if you have sex with someone who is clearly drunk way over their head, you're nothing more than an asshole.

Oh wait, they do already teach both.

It is a mix of both parties, I'm not saying one needs to be more responsible over the other, I'm saying that no matter what, you know what you are getting into. But to say someone deserves to get fucked by a stranger because they chose to drink is just stupid. Both sides are at fault, but the fact of the matter is that a blacked-out person cannot in any way give consent.

A person who has only drank a little can, yet if you have sex with them they could use it against you later. It's not a matter of what I see, it is a matter of what IS. You can't simply teach people not to do something, because they are going to do it. But you know what you are getting into in either situation, so no matter how you look at it you fucked up.

So my argument, like it has been, is DON'T HAVE SEX WITH A PERSON YOU DON'T KNOW WHO IS DRUNK. Then you avoid the whole situation altogether.
User avatar #167 - newprinny (11 hours ago) [-]
And I'm saying, as I have said multiple times, just because that is the way it is, does not mean it is right, dood. Having sex with a drunk person is not rape, it shouldn't even be a question of whether or not it is rape because if a person gives consent, they have given consent. If you have sex with a consenting adult who you deem to be past their limit (because, remember, the limit is different for everyone, and not everyone acts the same once they've reached their limit) you should at worst be called an asshole, and as I've said multiple times, I am not arguing that it should be ok to have sex with barely conscious people just because they said yes when you knew they'd probably not remember in the morning, but it is not rape, they should not be charged with rape, they should not have their lives destroyed by being labelled a rapist. A person can have a single beer and be slurring and wobbling around, but still perfectly conscious, or they could have 10, visually be perfectly fine, but be past their limit and no longer able to remember what they're doing, so the only way you could possibly avoid the situation is to never have sex outside of dating/craiglist/whatever which is putting a lock on peoples' sexuality, and treating them like children who can't handle the responsibility of sex.
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User avatar #1497 - Sperit (04/10/2015) [-]
Can I have kiss?
User avatar #1499 to #1498 - Sperit (04/10/2015) [-]
**Sperit kisses**
User avatar #1488 - ivyyz (04/04/2015) [-]
heyy you heyyyyyyy :o
User avatar #1490 to #1489 - ivyyz (04/04/2015) [-]
:3 how are you cutie
User avatar #1491 to #1490 - newprinny (04/04/2015) [-]
Music Crowns :  A Ride Through Time! WARNING  May Contain I was watching this just now, dood.
User avatar #1492 to #1491 - ivyyz (04/04/2015) [-]
ooh ya i saw that a while ago XD its kinda silly
User avatar #1493 to #1492 - newprinny (04/04/2015) [-]
I thought it was gonna be bad at first, but it ended up being pretty nice, dood.
User avatar #1494 to #1493 - ivyyz (04/04/2015) [-]
a friend made me watch it so i just thought it would be horrible
User avatar #1495 to #1494 - newprinny (04/04/2015) [-]
Yeah, the thumbnail with them naked and the start of it just being three girls looking like they're about to sing along with the radio didn't give me much hope at first, dood.
User avatar #1496 to #1495 - ivyyz (04/04/2015) [-]
i understand why XD
User avatar #1479 - Sperit (03/28/2015) [-]
can i have a hamburger please!?
User avatar #1480 to #1479 - newprinny (03/28/2015) [-]
I was watching best of pink guy right as he said that when you left your comment, dood.
User avatar #1481 to #1480 - Sperit (03/28/2015) [-]
i have powers
#1482 to #1481 - newprinny (03/28/2015) [-]
Ur a stakler ainchu, dood.
User avatar #1483 to #1482 - Sperit (03/28/2015) [-]
look under your chair!
User avatar #1485 to #1484 - Sperit (03/28/2015) [-]
there was nothing huh?
#1486 to #1485 - newprinny (03/28/2015) [-]
Ya cus ur an invisible, dood, it's too spooks.
Ya cus ur an invisible, dood, it's too spooks.
User avatar #1487 to #1486 - Sperit (03/28/2015) [-]
3 spooks
User avatar #1475 to #1474 - newprinny (03/22/2015) [-]
Oh, hey, dood, sorry I didn't reply earlier, I meant to. I'm at a movie theatre waiting for the movie to start
#1453 to #1432 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Neither do I, so it's just gonna be another challenge, dood.
Neither do I, so it's just gonna be another challenge, dood.
#1454 to #1453 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
well im too lazy for the challange
#1455 to #1454 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Well I can't be lazy and kiwi as fuk, dood.
Well I can't be lazy and kiwi as fuk, dood.
User avatar #1457 to #1456 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
You bein sarcastic wit me now or summin, dood?
User avatar #1458 to #1457 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
nah i just have a limited gif collection
#1459 to #1458 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I got pics and gifs of cute anime girls from like 20 different shows, dood. Get on muh level.
I got pics and gifs of cute anime girls from like 20 different shows, dood. Get on muh level.
#1461 to #1460 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Jokes on you, I'm not such a weak little puss boy that that messes with me, dood. I'm 2grate.
Jokes on you, I'm not such a weak little puss boy that that messes with me, dood. I'm 2grate.
User avatar #1463 to #1461 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
so do you only like moe anime ?
#1464 to #1463 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
'Course not, dood, my favorite anime is Jojo and I've recently picked up Initial D.
'Course not, dood, my favorite anime is Jojo and I've recently picked up Initial D.
User avatar #1465 to #1464 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
im more of a 90s and early 2000nds kind of guy
User avatar #1466 to #1465 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Initial D - Space Boy Initial D started in the 90's, dood. Also, all the music in that show is stuff you'd hear in 90's dance clubs or somethin', it's great.
User avatar #1467 to #1466 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
meh im not into cars that much
#1468 to #1467 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I don think i can b frends wit u no mor, dood.
User avatar #1469 to #1468 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
well the only car anime i like is Speed racer
User avatar #1470 to #1469 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Ok, that's fine then, dood.
User avatar #1471 to #1470 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
i cringed very hard when watching the movie
#1472 to #1471 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I've blocked it almost entirely from my memory, dood. I wasn't even that big of a fan, I just caught a few episodes on extremely late night reruns of old cartoons.
User avatar #1473 to #1472 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
yeah i watched it alot on cartoon network when i was younger
#1433 to #1432 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Ay dood.
Ay dood.
User avatar #1434 to #1433 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
whats up ? ^^
#1435 to #1434 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Listening to some music, dood.
℃-ute 『Kiss me 愛してる』 (MV)
Listening to some music, dood.
#1437 to #1436 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Oh, neat, David Bulgie, dood.
Oh, neat, David Bulgie, dood.
User avatar #1439 to #1438 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
So whatchu been doing, dood?
User avatar #1440 to #1439 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
working and then staying at home browsing the internet with nobody to hangout with
User avatar #1441 to #1440 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I was gonna try and go out to get a job, but then I got super lazy, so I haven't done anything all week, dood. I took some pics and watched a bunch of Kamen Rider and that's basically all I've done.
User avatar #1442 to #1441 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
well im gonna try and get more friends at the con im going to in may so il have some friends to hangout with on my days off
User avatar #1443 to #1442 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Oh neat, what kinda con is it, dood?
User avatar #1444 to #1443 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
Anime con ^^
#1445 to #1444 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Awsum, my friends and I are going to a con in a couple months and we're doing Madoka crossplays, dood. Are you doing cosplay for yours?
#1446 to #1445 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
mhm im going as the 11th Dr
#1447 to #1446 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
So you're not cosplaying, dood.    
 Kidding, but there's always a lot of Doctors at every con, it's kinda weird.
So you're not cosplaying, dood.
Kidding, but there's always a lot of Doctors at every con, it's kinda weird.
User avatar #1448 to #1447 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
mhm there sure is
User avatar #1449 to #1448 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I've always thought that if you're gonna cosplay, you might as well go as something at least a little outlandish so it's not just "I am character that wears a suit," dood, but that's just me.
User avatar #1450 to #1449 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
well i dont wanna spend alot of money making a cosplay
#1451 to #1450 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I see it as part of the fun, dood. I had to lose like 85 pounds just so I'd be able to pull off the costume at all, and I still have to make it, so after all that effort, it's gonna make it all the better when I get praised for it. Especially if it's from a bunch of guys calling me cute and thinking a girl the whole time.
I see it as part of the fun, dood. I had to lose like 85 pounds just so I'd be able to pull off the costume at all, and I still have to make it, so after all that effort, it's gonna make it all the better when I get praised for it. Especially if it's from a bunch of guys calling me cute and thinking a girl the whole time.
User avatar #1452 to #1451 - redzeopoweranger (02/27/2015) [-]
well i have zero sewing skills
#1369 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Hey Prinny c:
#1429 to #1428 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Well that's no good :s
User avatar #1430 to #1429 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Nah s'fien, dood.
#1431 to #1430 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I sure hope so c:
#1392 to #1369 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm not gonna get fired that quickly, dood, once I start something, I do it very well, it's just starting.
I'm not gonna get fired that quickly, dood, once I start something, I do it very well, it's just starting.
#1393 to #1392 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Just an example.
Giving advice is hard here. You seem pretty confident in yourself, you just sound like you feel awkward trying to get the job, which Is something I've not seen much of before...
User avatar #1404 to #1393 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm very confident in myself, that is why i am advice
User avatar #1407 to #1404 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I'll advice you :o
#1394 to #1393 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I'm baws as fuk in nearly every situation outside of initiating conversation, dood.
I'm baws as fuk in nearly every situation outside of initiating conversation, dood.
User avatar #1399 to #1394 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
just say something chill like "yo gurl you got nice shoes"
#1401 to #1399 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Ayo, gril, you got nice shoes, but they'd look better on me, dood.
Ayo, gril, you got nice shoes, but they'd look better on me, dood.
User avatar #1405 to #1401 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
AY YO GRILL, DEM SHOES IS HOT, LIEK YOU, BUT DEY BE HOTTUH ON MY FLOOR, NAW MEAN?
#1408 to #1405 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
DEY'D BE HOTTER ON MY FLOOR. WITH MY FEET IN EM. CUS I'M A PRETTIER GRIL DEN U, DOOD.
DEY'D BE HOTTER ON MY FLOOR. WITH MY FEET IN EM. CUS I'M A PRETTIER GRIL DEN U, DOOD.
User avatar #1410 to #1408 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
DAS ICE COLLDDDDDD
#1411 to #1410 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Is troo doe, dood.
Is troo doe, dood.
User avatar #1412 to #1411 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
nuh-uh, you don't know if they a better looking girl than you, typically you're supposed to go for ones higher up than you, dood
#1415 to #1412 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Scuse u, but I'm pretty as fuk, dood.
Scuse u, but I'm pretty as fuk, dood.
User avatar #1418 to #1415 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
never said you weren't, only that even pretty as **** likes to go after prettier ass ****
#1421 to #1418 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Well then I guess they're all gonna be coming to me, dood.
Well then I guess they're all gonna be coming to me, dood.
User avatar #1423 to #1421 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
better git gud at rejecting people then.
#1425 to #1423 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Bitches ain't **** , dood.
#1395 to #1394 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I wish I could give you some good advice
Asides from the job stuff, how else is life?
User avatar #1397 to #1395 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
don't worry, I'm here to give the good advice for you
User avatar #1398 to #1397 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
GOD DAMN IT I'M SORRY FOR MENTIONG YOU SO MUCH
#1396 to #1395 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
S'fien, dood, I bought that hair trimmer thing, so hopefully that'll be good and I can start shaving my legs and stuff more regularly.
S'fien, dood, I bought that hair trimmer thing, so hopefully that'll be good and I can start shaving my legs and stuff more regularly.
#1400 to #1396 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Oh man, I've not shaved my legs for as long as I remember.
So do you shave all over?
User avatar #1402 to #1400 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Yes, I usually shave once a week with a razor, but I've gotten behind, dood. Even though I got behind, I had to shave my butt and crotch because the cactus prickles were really annoying.
User avatar #1403 to #1402 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Omai x3 I kinda hate shaving my butt, cause the sweat feels so weird
#1406 to #1403 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
It's either cactus land or swamp-ass, dood. But it's a choice that must be made.
#1409 to #1406 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Swamp-ass sounds so nasty   
But I have it   
It's not THAT bad.   
albient I find it a lil unhygienic
Swamp-ass sounds so nasty
But I have it
It's not THAT bad.
albient I find it a lil unhygienic
User avatar #1413 to #1409 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
There's gotta be something the girls do to keep their asses dry, dood. We gotta steal their butt technology.
#1417 to #1416 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
No? I thought you were into cross dressing!
User avatar #1419 to #1417 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
I am, but thinking about using a g-string to soak up ass water sounds gross, dood.
#1420 to #1419 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
You're right, but it's the only idea I had
User avatar #1422 to #1420 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Back when I used to wear boxer briefs, it wasn't as bad, so I guess wearing boyshorts would be good, dood. Plus, they're cute.
User avatar #1424 to #1422 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Oh my god boyshorts are the ******* best :o
User avatar #1426 to #1424 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Ye, dood.
User avatar #1427 to #1426 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
So are you up to much yet >:o
#1370 to #1369 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Ay dood.
Ay dood.
#1371 to #1370 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I hope you don't mind a stranger dropping by
how's things going, man c:
#1372 to #1371 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Dunno why I'd mind, dood. Just finished eating dinner a little while ago and I'm not really doing anything right now.
#1373 to #1372 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Some people do, I don't know why either.
Did you enjoy your food?
If you're not doing anything, you should start doing something >:o
#1374 to #1373 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Food was good, had chicken sandwich and a slushy, dood.
And I like not doing anything.
#1375 to #1374 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Sounds good c:
So do I...
I wish I could do nothing all the time, but ah, life requires you do stuff. It's a bummer, really. I could do nothing forever
#1376 to #1375 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
It's kinda bad for me, tho, dood. I was gonna try to get a job on Monday and now it's Thursday and I haven't done anything all week.
#1377 to #1376 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Ey, stop slacking! Do it now! Don't think later, or tomorrow. Do it now! Apply online or something.
The best advice I've ever heard is "Do something, and do it now." Nothing ever gets done by waiting till later.
#1379 to #1377 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
It's so hard tho, dood.
#1381 to #1379 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I can relate. You need to try and over come it now, though. It can be done later. But now is always the best option.    
Geez, I'm already demanding you to do stuff and I hardly know you.   
How was your day stranger?
I can relate. You need to try and over come it now, though. It can be done later. But now is always the best option.
Geez, I'm already demanding you to do stuff and I hardly know you.
How was your day stranger?
#1382 to #1381 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Fine enough, dood.
#1383 to #1382 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
That picture doesn't say fine.
Is something up? :o
#1384 to #1383 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Nah, it's just cus I hate being told to stop being lazy, cuz I already hate myself enough about it, dood.
#1385 to #1384 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Oooh right. I hope it didn't come across as I was implying that. I delay things a lot myself, I suck at practicing what I preach, but I share the advice regardless.
So what's holding you back, man?
User avatar #1386 to #1385 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Nothing in particular, it's just hard for me to start things, dood.
User avatar #1387 to #1386 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
No worries or anything. Are you not shy about it, shy about the new?
#1388 to #1387 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Mostly because I feel quite a bit of anxiety when I think about walking into a person's place of business and asking them to give me money, dood.
#1389 to #1388 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
I hope you manage to get over that soon, then.
It's not always like that. The one (and only) time I worked, it was nothing like that. They said to anyone who walked thought the door "You're employed" I got payed for the hours I did, and if I went home early, wasn't played. No boss really, either, It was such a big industry it didn't matter.

I'm not sure where I'm going for this. But I guess all i can say is you'd just be another employee, they'd not judge you or anything
User avatar #1390 to #1389 - newprinny (02/27/2015) [-]
Thing is, I'm going in to work at a dentist's office, dood. They don't put nice little signs out to show they're hiring, so I have to walk in, and ask if they'll train and pay me.
User avatar #1391 to #1390 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Hm, then I'm not sure what to tell you, man. I know you shouldn't worry about it, though.
Even if you tried, and got fired in the first two weeks, you should take pride in knowing that you tried. And really, you're not demanding money from them, you're offering to help them.
User avatar #1378 to #1377 - advice (02/27/2015) [-]
well it's true.
User avatar #1380 to #1378 - derpingthederps (02/27/2015) [-]
Thanks :o
User avatar #1362 - Sperit (02/25/2015) [-]
i got the memes
User avatar #1364 to #1363 - Sperit (02/25/2015) [-]
i ant gay but imma suk yo dick
#1367 to #1366 - newprinny (02/25/2015) [-]
Don't pretend that you don't love it when you see lewds, dood.
User avatar #1368 to #1367 - Sperit (02/25/2015) [-]
shhhhhhh
no more words
just butt sex
User avatar #1336 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
PRINNY >:c
User avatar #1358 to #1336 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
What you need, dood?
User avatar #1359 to #1358 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
your help
User avatar #1360 to #1359 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
With what, dood?
User avatar #1361 to #1360 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
check mail
#1337 to #1336 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
What, dood?
What, dood?
User avatar #1338 to #1337 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
WHAT U DO HERE
User avatar #1339 to #1338 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
I'm not doin nuffin, dood.
User avatar #1340 to #1339 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
**secretgiver shakes you aggresievly**
User avatar #1342 to #1341 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
prinny u gonna be a good prinny now?
#1343 to #1342 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
I'm always good tho, dood.
I'm always good tho, dood.
User avatar #1344 to #1343 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
a good little thief liar and killer that is
#1345 to #1344 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
Nu, imma hero, dood. I dun kill or lie or steal or none of dat.
Nu, imma hero, dood. I dun kill or lie or steal or none of dat.
User avatar #1346 to #1345 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
a cursed hero
#1347 to #1346 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
Nuh-uh, dood.
Nuh-uh, dood.
User avatar #1348 to #1347 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
than why are you still trying 2 kill everybody and than when you get in trouble you just reload a old save file
#1349 to #1348 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
I don kill nobody, dood, if I don't say dood the world will asplode and das bad.
I don kill nobody, dood, if I don't say dood the world will asplode and das bad.
User avatar #1350 to #1349 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
see
YOU ARE CURSED
User avatar #1352 to #1351 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
**secretgiver hugs prinny**
it is not your fault :c
User avatar #1355 to #1353 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
PRINNYYYYYYYYY
#1356 to #1355 - newprinny (02/17/2015) [-]
Pls don yell, dood.
User avatar #1357 to #1356 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
but I need you help
User avatar #1354 to #1353 - secretgiver ONLINE (02/17/2015) [-]
prinnyyyyyyyyyyyy
#1332 to #1331 - newprinny (02/10/2015) [-]
Ay dood.
Ay dood.
User avatar #1333 to #1332 - Pleinair (02/10/2015) [-]
**Pleinair hugs**
User avatar #1329 - Sperit (02/07/2015) [-]
faggot
User avatar #1327 - mayormilkman (02/07/2015) [-]
dude...
User avatar #1330 to #1328 - mayormilkman (02/07/2015) [-]
Indeed.
User avatar #1319 - Sperit (01/29/2015) [-]
*boop*
User avatar #1321 to #1320 - Sperit (01/29/2015) [-]
how u doing?
User avatar #1322 to #1321 - newprinny (01/29/2015) [-]
MCKAMEY MANOR 2014
Watching this right now, dood.
User avatar #1323 to #1322 - Sperit (01/29/2015) [-]
what i it?
User avatar #1325 to #1323 - newprinny (01/29/2015) [-]
Also, it's so bad veteran marines haven't been able to go all the way through the newest versions of it, dood.
User avatar #1326 to #1325 - Sperit (01/29/2015) [-]
damn
User avatar #1324 to #1323 - newprinny (01/29/2015) [-]
A "haunted house" that's so extreme it borders legality, dood. You sign a waiver, and you're not allowed to quit for any reason except if you're literally about to die and the owner decides your body can't handle it. It's basically like being in one of the Hostel movies or something, they water board people, put them in freezers after water boarding you, and if you fight back, they beat the **** out of you.
User avatar #1316 - Sperit (01/11/2015) [-]
Go to bed it is night time you bork
User avatar #1318 to #1317 - Sperit (01/11/2015) [-]
then grounded
User avatar #1305 to #1304 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
Ay dood.
User avatar #1306 to #1305 - redzeopoweranger (01/06/2015) [-]
hows it going ?
User avatar #1307 to #1306 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
Been playing Pokemon n watching Kamen Rider, dood.
User avatar #1308 to #1307 - redzeopoweranger (01/06/2015) [-]
is it the kamen rider with the fruit ?
User avatar #1309 to #1308 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
I'm not on that one yet, dood, still on Wizard. Gaim (fruit guy) is next.
User avatar #1310 to #1309 - redzeopoweranger (01/06/2015) [-]
srry im not to familiar with Kamen rider, i mainly watched Power rangers as a kid
User avatar #1311 to #1310 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
You keeping up to date on sentai shows then, dood?
User avatar #1312 to #1311 - redzeopoweranger (01/06/2015) [-]
i watched the Kyōryū Sentai Zyuranger and liked it alot more than the version i watched as a kid
User avatar #1313 to #1312 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
Yeah, Americanized versions of Japanese shows are almost always awful, dood. I never watched the American Kamen Riders as a kid, and only really got into it a few weeks ago, but I heard it was pretty bad, dood.
User avatar #1314 to #1313 - redzeopoweranger (01/06/2015) [-]
the worst is the Big bad beetle borgs, i cringed so hard when i recently watched it
i remember as a kid i thought it was to wierd and silly
#1315 to #1314 - newprinny (01/06/2015) [-]
Why can't they just dub the regular shows in English and be done with it, dood? I watched the opening and it looks so dumb. The original show probably had nothing to do with Hollywood monsters and the basic enemies kinda looked like mummies so they just rolled with that, I bet.
#1301 - maranaawhitewolf (01/05/2015) [-]
The end to Disgea 4
The end to Disgea 4
#1302 to #1301 - newprinny (01/05/2015) [-]
Haven't played that one, though, dood.
#1303 to #1302 - maranaawhitewolf (01/05/2015) [-]
You totally should!
You totally should!
User avatar #1292 - Sperit (01/04/2015) [-]
can i touch you inappropriately?
User avatar #1294 to #1293 - Sperit (01/04/2015) [-]
*sticks finger in ur belly button*
User avatar #1296 to #1295 - Sperit (01/04/2015) [-]
**Sperit swirls around your belly button feeling it's texture**
User avatar #1298 to #1297 - Sperit (01/04/2015) [-]
**Sperit kisses you on the neck**
#1299 to #1298 - newprinny (01/04/2015) [-]
What? Ew, no, that's just weird, dood.
#1288 - simongotswag (12/27/2014) [-]
Can you stop with the "dood"? It makes you look retarded, 'dood'.
#1289 to #1288 - newprinny (12/27/2014) [-]
Sorry, dood, been doing it for almost 2 and a half years now.
Sorry, dood, been doing it for almost 2 and a half years now.
#1290 to #1289 - simongotswag (12/27/2014) [-]
Well congrats. You've been an idiot for nearly 3 consecutive years!
User avatar #1283 - Sperit (12/15/2014) [-]
sorry i was super drunk earlier
User avatar #1284 to #1283 - newprinny (12/15/2014) [-]
It's k, dood.
User avatar #1285 to #1284 - Sperit (12/15/2014) [-]
damn i held a baby yesterdahy
User avatar #1287 to #1286 - Sperit (12/15/2014) [-]
it is like a fat monkey
User avatar #1278 - Sperit (12/09/2014) [-]
hi
#1280 to #1279 - Sperit (12/09/2014) [-]
wanna get fun?
User avatar #1281 to #1280 - newprinny (12/09/2014) [-]
I don't alcohol, dood.
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