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Have you come across a person who may be a true psychopath....

 
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Could you use his tricks to outwit him?

His "tricks" would be like entering into a power play that could easily escalate the chaotic mental orchestration. The psychopath would recognize the game you are using to try to undermine or control him.

I wouldn't try to use his game to outwit him even if you are more intelligent or even if you area a great subversive actress.
There may be times to use his game to get what you want but it would exhausing to stay in that frame of mind.

I'd use the tried and true behavior of Non-Reaction.
Display a flat affect to his attempts to sway, dominate or lie. Have a pre-prepared list of things to say to diffuse his words or behaviors, such as;

"I'm sorry you feel that way."
"Thats too bad."
"Uh-uh. I see."
Just neutral statements. Nothing more.

Deflect his wiley ways to mundane activites or change the subject.

"Is Survivor on tonight?"
"These cabinets are awful. I think I'm going to paint them."
"Geez. Look at what the neighbor kids did to that garage door."
Anything. Anything at all to STOP his command of the situation.
He won't like it. But you'll not have entered into his world of crazy-making.

I dunno. If you had a specific incident as an example it would help define what kind of psychopath you are describing.
 Quoting: Hellena Handbasket

Agreed.
It's not a good idea to try to out game them at their own game as the ability comes naturally to them but not to you, so you'll always be at a disadvantage.
But you can deflect them as this poster notes.
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Do you know what happens if two psychopaths got together?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239037


They date

Break up

Date

Break up again

Lots of drama. They both get hurt, then both go out get drunk and use a whole ton of people.

And maybe they get back together lol

Or flat out kill each other.
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and if they have children....
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Everybody has. There are a lot more of them than you think. Most disguise it quite well.
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No, when you see a psychopath you realise how 'special' they really are. Damaged little boys and girls going around acting like psychopaths, are not true psychopaths.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


I worked with one recently, this dude is still only a kid (19), but he only uses people as tools to do what he wants them to do. One of the best liers I've ever seen.

Not a bright fellow, but wants to become a lawyer. Since lawyers are stupid and many psychopaths, he'll fit in fine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29150324


Sounds like a little turd who needs a kick in the pants.

An example, a parent disciplines a child, normal child says sorry, a born psychopath will look at loop holes in the parents disciplining style, maybe a weakness. Maybe they work out that they're parent is easily distracted, something, a weakness. Instead of bringing it to the attention of the parent, the child will start abusing the loop hole.

For example, I will tell my son that he must turn all electronics off in 20 minutes. 1 hour later my son will come out and tell me his DVD's finished and can he put another one on. Did my son not listen to me, when I told him I want electronics off? He may be tired. But a child with psychopathic traits, may have noticed that I am easily distracted, can see why I am distracted, and will work that in to getting his own way.

A child works out the power level in a house easily. If he has siblings, he will be the centre of all the bullshit, but instead of fighting and screaming with his brothers, he will be the one holding the parent.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo






You just inferred that your son is a psychopath.




Bad parenting is not NECESSARILY an indicator of psychopathy, and your child ignoring you is just your child ignoring you.

I have known real motherfucking psychopaths. One was nice as pie to adults, raped other boys. The other skinned a cat alive to show others.


If your kid hasn't skinned a cat alive, or raped anybody, or plots to kill people in his spare time, he is not a psychopath. Now shut the fuck up about your kid on GLP because if he reads this shit it WILL mess him up for life and then you'll be a REALLY bad parent.
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Agreed.
It's not a good idea to try to out game them at their own game as the ability comes naturally to them but not to you, so you'll always be at a disadvantage.
But you can deflect them as this poster notes.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4473716


Do you know what happens if two psychopaths got together?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239037


They date

Break up

Date

Break up again

Lots of drama. They both get hurt, then both go out get drunk and use a whole ton of people.

And maybe they get back together lol

Or flat out kill each other.
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and if they have children....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28239037


Have weird hipster children.

Or they get everything they ask for because the parents are fighting again.

Or they become born again Christians.

Yes Ive seen this before lol
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No, when you see a psychopath you realise how 'special' they really are. Damaged little boys and girls going around acting like psychopaths, are not true psychopaths.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


I worked with one recently, this dude is still only a kid (19), but he only uses people as tools to do what he wants them to do. One of the best liers I've ever seen.

Not a bright fellow, but wants to become a lawyer. Since lawyers are stupid and many psychopaths, he'll fit in fine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29150324


Sounds like a little turd who needs a kick in the pants.

An example, a parent disciplines a child, normal child says sorry, a born psychopath will look at loop holes in the parents disciplining style, maybe a weakness. Maybe they work out that they're parent is easily distracted, something, a weakness. Instead of bringing it to the attention of the parent, the child will start abusing the loop hole.

For example, I will tell my son that he must turn all electronics off in 20 minutes. 1 hour later my son will come out and tell me his DVD's finished and can he put another one on. Did my son not listen to me, when I told him I want electronics off? He may be tired. But a child with psychopathic traits, may have noticed that I am easily distracted, can see why I am distracted, and will work that in to getting his own way.

A child works out the power level in a house easily. If he has siblings, he will be the centre of all the bullshit, but instead of fighting and screaming with his brothers, he will be the one holding the parent.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo






You just inferred that your son is a psychopath.




Bad parenting is not NECESSARILY an indicator of psychopathy, and your child ignoring you is just your child ignoring you.

I have known real motherfucking psychopaths. One was nice as pie to adults, raped other boys. The other skinned a cat alive to show others.


If your kid hasn't skinned a cat alive, or raped anybody, or plots to kill people in his spare time, he is not a psychopath. Now shut the fuck up about your kid on GLP because if he reads this shit it WILL mess him up for life and then you'll be a REALLY bad parent.
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A generation of drugged up youth. And bad parenting is still a taboo subject.
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A few years back one if my friends had a girlfriend who was quite odd. She lied often and fabricated unbelievable "I caught a fish THIS big" type stories. I told my friend to be weary because she weirded out my wife and I. She ended up talking her next boyfriend (after my friend and her broke up) into helping her kill yet another ex-boyfriend by bludgeoning him and attempting to decapitate him with a serrated knife before lighting him on fire (while still alive). Does that constitute as a psychopath?

[link to www.mlive.com]
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look at her face.


[link to www.woodtv.com]
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Re: Have you come across a person who may be a true psychopath....
A few years back one if my friends had a girlfriend who was quite odd. She lied often and fabricated unbelievable "I caught a fish THIS big" type stories. I told my friend to be weary because she weirded out my wife and I. She ended up talking her next boyfriend (after my friend and her broke up) into helping her kill yet another ex-boyfriend by bludgeoning him and attempting to decapitate him with a serrated knife before lighting him on fire (while still alive). Does that constitute as a psychopath?

[link to www.mlive.com]
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look at her face.


[link to www.woodtv.com]
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Her Ex was way to good for her.
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Oh for gods sake people. Educate yourselves! Most psychopaths function within the law. They don't torture and kill. They emotionally abuse their victims who are usually family, spouses, coworkers/employees... And they get away with it because no one knows what they are.
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Oh for gods sake people. Educate yourselves! Most psychopaths function within the law. They don't torture and kill. They emotionally abuse their victims who are usually family, spouses, coworkers/employees... And they get away with it because no one knows what they are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28035099


They also jerk off into other peoples laundry baskets and turn on the AC during winter.

lawl I know this guy who busted this teenager working a hot dog concession, this teenager was sticking a frozen hot dog up his ass.

The guy who caught him walked into the bar. Sat down.

And said "I don't know what to say. I need a drink"

Lulz were had by everyone.
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A true psychopath is so stealthy that we've all met him but never realized it.
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clappa

i ate his liver with some fava beans and Chianti ohyeah
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No, when you see a psychopath you realise how 'special' they really are. Damaged little boys and girls going around acting like psychopaths, are not true psychopaths.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


I worked with one recently, this dude is still only a kid (19), but he only uses people as tools to do what he wants them to do. One of the best liers I've ever seen.

Not a bright fellow, but wants to become a lawyer. Since lawyers are stupid and many psychopaths, he'll fit in fine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29150324


Sounds like a little turd who needs a kick in the pants.

An example, a parent disciplines a child, normal child says sorry, a born psychopath will look at loop holes in the parents disciplining style, maybe a weakness. Maybe they work out that they're parent is easily distracted, something, a weakness. Instead of bringing it to the attention of the parent, the child will start abusing the loop hole.

For example, I will tell my son that he must turn all electronics off in 20 minutes. 1 hour later my son will come out and tell me his DVD's finished and can he put another one on. Did my son not listen to me, when I told him I want electronics off? He may be tired. But a child with psychopathic traits, may have noticed that I am easily distracted, can see why I am distracted, and will work that in to getting his own way.

A child works out the power level in a house easily. If he has siblings, he will be the centre of all the bullshit, but instead of fighting and screaming with his brothers, he will be the one holding the parent.
 Quoting: Aunty Flo






You just inferred that your son is a psychopath.




Bad parenting is not NECESSARILY an indicator of psychopathy, and your child ignoring you is just your child ignoring you.

I have known real motherfucking psychopaths. One was nice as pie to adults, raped other boys. The other skinned a cat alive to show others.


If your kid hasn't skinned a cat alive, or raped anybody, or plots to kill people in his spare time, he is not a psychopath. Now shut the fuck up about your kid on GLP because if he reads this shit it WILL mess him up for life and then you'll be a REALLY bad parent.
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your words should be ..

I have no idea what im actually talking about , and after doing no real research or having any personal experinces im going to talk a bunch of shit about you .
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Pretty sure I've dated a few.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


Well, based on your avatar, which is just short of a topless photo, it's obvious that you view your looks and sexuality as the most important assets that you have. When these are the first impressions you give people, how do you expect people to treat you?
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LOL, based on your response, you seem to be quite judgmental and are probably one of those guys. My avatar on here changes often. This one was fitting for my mood when I put it up. Not all of them have boobs showing. I embrace my sexuality. However, this was for a photoshoot. On a normal day such as today, I am sitting in my office with a turtleneck sweater and khakis on. I don't exactly walk around looking like this. As for your question - I expect people to treat me how I treat them and I don't judge anyone based on anything other than their attitude and character.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


lmao
1) I'm a 29 year old married woman, a size 4-6 and vary my clothing from dresses, to club sexy, to jeans and a tee shirt. I've worn my fair share of midriff tops and low rise pants. There is a large difference between class and and 'sexy'. Granted that shot may have been for a photo shoot, and you may dress modestly in your office. My point is that how you present yourself to people determines how they treat you.
2) Your avatar is the image you present of yourself to complete strangers on an internet forum. I make the case that your photo, which is boob-prominent (and mightily blurred) in an attempt to be 'sexy', conveys that your sexual-attractiveness is the thing you want people to notice foremost about you.
3) And if you were so disinterested in how people view you, then why would you bother to respond to an AC on this god-forsaken forum?
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Pretty sure I've dated a few.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


Well, based on your avatar, which is just short of a topless photo, it's obvious that you view your looks and sexuality as the most important assets that you have. When these are the first impressions you give people, how do you expect people to treat you?
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LOL, based on your response, you seem to be quite judgmental and are probably one of those guys. My avatar on here changes often. This one was fitting for my mood when I put it up. Not all of them have boobs showing. I embrace my sexuality. However, this was for a photoshoot. On a normal day such as today, I am sitting in my office with a turtleneck sweater and khakis on. I don't exactly walk around looking like this. As for your question - I expect people to treat me how I treat them and I don't judge anyone based on anything other than their attitude and character.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


lmao
1) I'm a 29 year old married woman, a size 4-6 and vary my clothing from dresses, to club sexy, to jeans and a tee shirt. I've worn my fair share of midriff tops and low rise pants. There is a large difference between class and and 'sexy'. Granted that shot may have been for a photo shoot, and you may dress modestly in your office. My point is that how you present yourself to people determines how they treat you.
2) Your avatar is the image you present of yourself to complete strangers on an internet forum. I make the case that your photo, which is boob-prominent (and mightily blurred) in an attempt to be 'sexy', conveys that your sexual-attractiveness is the thing you want people to notice foremost about you.
3) And if you were so disinterested in how people view you, then why would you bother to respond to an AC on this god-forsaken forum?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28604765


So then, why judge? I like the picture, so I used it, lol. What is the harm in that? Are you one of those catty women that sits there and picks apart other women? I am not exactly on here to pick up guys, I just liked the pic that day. This is SO funny to me. So, because in this particular picture, you can see my boobs means that my sexuality is what I want people notice first? What about all the other pics that I have used on here that weren't the least bit sexy? What exactly is the problem with sexuality anyway? I think if more people were comfortable with theirs, the world would be a much easier place to live in. I am completely comfortable with mine, if other people aren't, that is their problem. Why not respond to an AC? I try to respond to everyone on here that responds to my posts. I just find it rude not to. Why did you respond to mine? Point is, the way that a person dresses has nothing to do with attracting psychopaths. The one psychopath that I have dated that sticks out in my mind would have had me fully covered up in sweats all day, every day, if it was up to him...and when I met him and for our first 10 or so dates, I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt and we met in a hospital.
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Yes, I believe that I have and they broke my heart. There is nothing more dangerous that loving a psychopath, as it is nothing for them to wrap you up, chew you up, and spit you out.
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Well, based on your avatar, which is just short of a topless photo, it's obvious that you view your looks and sexuality as the most important assets that you have. When these are the first impressions you give people, how do you expect people to treat you?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28604765



LOL, based on your response, you seem to be quite judgmental and are probably one of those guys. My avatar on here changes often. This one was fitting for my mood when I put it up. Not all of them have boobs showing. I embrace my sexuality. However, this was for a photoshoot. On a normal day such as today, I am sitting in my office with a turtleneck sweater and khakis on. I don't exactly walk around looking like this. As for your question - I expect people to treat me how I treat them and I don't judge anyone based on anything other than their attitude and character.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


lmao
1) I'm a 29 year old married woman, a size 4-6 and vary my clothing from dresses, to club sexy, to jeans and a tee shirt. I've worn my fair share of midriff tops and low rise pants. There is a large difference between class and and 'sexy'. Granted that shot may have been for a photo shoot, and you may dress modestly in your office. My point is that how you present yourself to people determines how they treat you.
2) Your avatar is the image you present of yourself to complete strangers on an internet forum. I make the case that your photo, which is boob-prominent (and mightily blurred) in an attempt to be 'sexy', conveys that your sexual-attractiveness is the thing you want people to notice foremost about you.
3) And if you were so disinterested in how people view you, then why would you bother to respond to an AC on this god-forsaken forum?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28604765


So then, why judge? I like the picture, so I used it, lol. What is the harm in that? Are you one of those catty women that sits there and picks apart other women? I am not exactly on here to pick up guys, I just liked the pic that day. This is SO funny to me. So, because in this particular picture, you can see my boobs means that my sexuality is what I want people notice first? What about all the other pics that I have used on here that weren't the least bit sexy? What exactly is the problem with sexuality anyway? I think if more people were comfortable with theirs, the world would be a much easier place to live in. I am completely comfortable with mine, if other people aren't, that is their problem. Why not respond to an AC? I try to respond to everyone on here that responds to my posts. I just find it rude not to. Why did you respond to mine? Point is, the way that a person dresses has nothing to do with attracting psychopaths. The one psychopath that I have dated that sticks out in my mind would have had me fully covered up in sweats all day, every day, if it was up to him...and when I met him and for our first 10 or so dates, I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt and we met in a hospital.
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No, I'm not a catty woman. One of my best friends is a burlesque dancer who struts around nude all day. I love my body and have done quite a few semi-nude photoshoots for a friend of mine and his art exhibit. Other than the last few months of school, I generally work out two hours a day.
No, this has nothing to do with the thread topic and I admit that no problem. Something about your picture, and your post, struck me as funny. The truth is, for every psychotic person, a trigger could be anything. Rapists are more likely to choose women who are homely, rather than women who are more provocatively dressed.
I've not seen your other avatar pictures, so I can't make a judgement on that. When I had an account (had to change IP addresses due to someone trying [and successfully]hacking my computer, e-mail accounts, etc.) I had a picture up that had me in a flesh-colored, tight-fitting, top. I'm so pale, and the picture was so small, that it actually looked as if I was topless. I received a ton of karma, had a very prominent poster on here try (and somewhat successfully; I liked to flirt and my husband and I were having a ton of problems) pick me up (I believe, now, that he is a sociopath).

Are you really going to tell me that if you were confronted with a man dressed nicely, and a man dressed like a dirty thug, that you would not feel a bit more cautious around the dirty guy?
Honestly, I can't say that my post wasn't meant to be offensive, but I'm not going to claim that I was intentionally trying to pick a fight with you. It is much easier to make snarky comments as an AC than when I had an account. I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way, and then wonder why all they pick up are asshole men. It's like wondering why the one-night stand never calls...when you behave a certain way, dress a certain way, you should expect to be treated a certain way.

*Also, a UserID search will show an account that my cousin made when she was up here for a couple of weeks. She lives in South Texas and was looking information on the Louisiana sinkhole. She deleted it before she left because she didn't want to be associated with the Nazi threads. 1dunno1
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LOL, based on your response, you seem to be quite judgmental and are probably one of those guys. My avatar on here changes often. This one was fitting for my mood when I put it up. Not all of them have boobs showing. I embrace my sexuality. However, this was for a photoshoot. On a normal day such as today, I am sitting in my office with a turtleneck sweater and khakis on. I don't exactly walk around looking like this. As for your question - I expect people to treat me how I treat them and I don't judge anyone based on anything other than their attitude and character.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76


lmao
1) I'm a 29 year old married woman, a size 4-6 and vary my clothing from dresses, to club sexy, to jeans and a tee shirt. I've worn my fair share of midriff tops and low rise pants. There is a large difference between class and and 'sexy'. Granted that shot may have been for a photo shoot, and you may dress modestly in your office. My point is that how you present yourself to people determines how they treat you.
2) Your avatar is the image you present of yourself to complete strangers on an internet forum. I make the case that your photo, which is boob-prominent (and mightily blurred) in an attempt to be 'sexy', conveys that your sexual-attractiveness is the thing you want people to notice foremost about you.
3) And if you were so disinterested in how people view you, then why would you bother to respond to an AC on this god-forsaken forum?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28604765


So then, why judge? I like the picture, so I used it, lol. What is the harm in that? Are you one of those catty women that sits there and picks apart other women? I am not exactly on here to pick up guys, I just liked the pic that day. This is SO funny to me. So, because in this particular picture, you can see my boobs means that my sexuality is what I want people notice first? What about all the other pics that I have used on here that weren't the least bit sexy? What exactly is the problem with sexuality anyway? I think if more people were comfortable with theirs, the world would be a much easier place to live in. I am completely comfortable with mine, if other people aren't, that is their problem. Why not respond to an AC? I try to respond to everyone on here that responds to my posts. I just find it rude not to. Why did you respond to mine? Point is, the way that a person dresses has nothing to do with attracting psychopaths. The one psychopath that I have dated that sticks out in my mind would have had me fully covered up in sweats all day, every day, if it was up to him...and when I met him and for our first 10 or so dates, I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt and we met in a hospital.
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76



No, I'm not a catty woman. One of my best friends is a burlesque dancer who struts around nude all day. I love my body and have done quite a few semi-nude photoshoots for a friend of mine and his art exhibit. Other than the last few months of school, I generally work out two hours a day.
No, this has nothing to do with the thread topic and I admit that no problem. Something about your picture, and your post, struck me as funny. The truth is, for every psychotic person, a trigger could be anything. Rapists are more likely to choose women who are homely, rather than women who are more provocatively dressed.
I've not seen your other avatar pictures, so I can't make a judgement on that. When I had an account (had to change IP addresses due to someone trying [and successfully]hacking my computer, e-mail accounts, etc.) I had a picture up that had me in a flesh-colored, tight-fitting, top. I'm so pale, and the picture was so small, that it actually looked as if I was topless. I received a ton of karma, had a very prominent poster on here try (and somewhat successfully; I liked to flirt and my husband and I were having a ton of problems) pick me up (I believe, now, that he is a sociopath).

Are you really going to tell me that if you were confronted with a man dressed nicely, and a man dressed like a dirty thug, that you would not feel a bit more cautious around the dirty guy?
Honestly, I can't say that my post wasn't meant to be offensive, but I'm not going to claim that I was intentionally trying to pick a fight with you. It is much easier to make snarky comments as an AC than when I had an account. I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way, and then wonder why all they pick up are asshole men. It's like wondering why the one-night stand never calls...when you behave a certain way, dress a certain way, you should expect to be treated a certain way.

*Also, a UserID search will show an account that my cousin made when she was up here for a couple of weeks. She lives in South Texas and was looking information on the Louisiana sinkhole. She deleted it before she left because she didn't want to be associated with the Nazi threads. 1dunno1
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I am not the least bit catty either. I admire women who can be comfortable enough with themselves to allow themselves to be sexy occasionally, when appropriate.

Hmm...care to share who this potential sociopath on here is? Obviously, there are plenty.

Yep, that is true. I don't judge based on how guys are dressed. I work in a law firm. All of the guys I have ever worked around dress very professional, that doesn't make them sane. I don't know what way you think that I behave, but I pretty much just work and raise my kids. I don't even care to be involved with any guy at the moment. I think the reason that I attracted this last person was because we met through a tragedy, there was vulnerability. Certainly wasn't how I was dressed since I was a disaster from spending days and days in the hospital. I always try to help people, some people use that.
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Guy I was dating last year was an old family friend , he had been to prison and I d been writing to him then he started calling me on the phone weekly , we arranged to meet when he was released and then we started dating , he was OK at first but then I detected anger issues , he d been in prison for extreme violence but I believed he was a decent type deep down and that th3e fight he got into had provoked his anger , BUT , he had these pale blue eyes that seemed to flash with anger.....he started getting annoyed over little things that my son was doing like for example my son will switch the heating on/off if the flat gets too warm/cold.....this guy would make a big thing of it and get annoyed saying my son (9) was taking over.....I ended our relationship as I found him too stifling....

One night he rang me and wanted to know if I was going to meet him at the w/e coming to "discuss" things , I fobbed him off saying maybe we would meet for a coffee in the future but the w/e was a no-no , he then said "Well , you better open the front door and let me in"....there he stood at my front door holding this bottle of wine saying he wan't going anywhere until we had resolved things.....I had ended the relationship earlier that week.....well , will a child in my flat I had no option but to let him in , he sat at my table trying to talk about where our relationship went wrong and I kept asking him to leave the sensitive topic until after my son went to bed , but he ignored me , at this point I was actually quite scared....

He just didn't look "right" , so I basically sweet talked him and then slept with him as he said he would sleep on the sofa as he wasnt leaving....I was afraid he would hurt my son if he was to be was out of my sight....was the longest night for me as I lay awake next to this guy thinking HURRY UP MORNING.....

In the morning I was very cold towards him and told him he needed to leave , which he did , he rang me later and told me I made him feel like a **** , he did keep ringing me after this happened but eventually got the message that I wan't interested.....thats my experience with a "psychopath"
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lmao
1) I'm a 29 year old married woman, a size 4-6 and vary my clothing from dresses, to club sexy, to jeans and a tee shirt. I've worn my fair share of midriff tops and low rise pants. There is a large difference between class and and 'sexy'. Granted that shot may have been for a photo shoot, and you may dress modestly in your office. My point is that how you present yourself to people determines how they treat you.
2) Your avatar is the image you present of yourself to complete strangers on an internet forum. I make the case that your photo, which is boob-prominent (and mightily blurred) in an attempt to be 'sexy', conveys that your sexual-attractiveness is the thing you want people to notice foremost about you.
3) And if you were so disinterested in how people view you, then why would you bother to respond to an AC on this god-forsaken forum?
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So then, why judge? I like the picture, so I used it, lol. What is the harm in that? Are you one of those catty women that sits there and picks apart other women? I am not exactly on here to pick up guys, I just liked the pic that day. This is SO funny to me. So, because in this particular picture, you can see my boobs means that my sexuality is what I want people notice first? What about all the other pics that I have used on here that weren't the least bit sexy? What exactly is the problem with sexuality anyway? I think if more people were comfortable with theirs, the world would be a much easier place to live in. I am completely comfortable with mine, if other people aren't, that is their problem. Why not respond to an AC? I try to respond to everyone on here that responds to my posts. I just find it rude not to. Why did you respond to mine? Point is, the way that a person dresses has nothing to do with attracting psychopaths. The one psychopath that I have dated that sticks out in my mind would have had me fully covered up in sweats all day, every day, if it was up to him...and when I met him and for our first 10 or so dates, I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt and we met in a hospital.
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No, I'm not a catty woman. One of my best friends is a burlesque dancer who struts around nude all day. I love my body and have done quite a few semi-nude photoshoots for a friend of mine and his art exhibit. Other than the last few months of school, I generally work out two hours a day.
No, this has nothing to do with the thread topic and I admit that no problem. Something about your picture, and your post, struck me as funny. The truth is, for every psychotic person, a trigger could be anything. Rapists are more likely to choose women who are homely, rather than women who are more provocatively dressed.
I've not seen your other avatar pictures, so I can't make a judgement on that. When I had an account (had to change IP addresses due to someone trying [and successfully]hacking my computer, e-mail accounts, etc.) I had a picture up that had me in a flesh-colored, tight-fitting, top. I'm so pale, and the picture was so small, that it actually looked as if I was topless. I received a ton of karma, had a very prominent poster on here try (and somewhat successfully; I liked to flirt and my husband and I were having a ton of problems) pick me up (I believe, now, that he is a sociopath).

Are you really going to tell me that if you were confronted with a man dressed nicely, and a man dressed like a dirty thug, that you would not feel a bit more cautious around the dirty guy?
Honestly, I can't say that my post wasn't meant to be offensive, but I'm not going to claim that I was intentionally trying to pick a fight with you. It is much easier to make snarky comments as an AC than when I had an account. I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way, and then wonder why all they pick up are asshole men. It's like wondering why the one-night stand never calls...when you behave a certain way, dress a certain way, you should expect to be treated a certain way.

*Also, a UserID search will show an account that my cousin made when she was up here for a couple of weeks. She lives in South Texas and was looking information on the Louisiana sinkhole. She deleted it before she left because she didn't want to be associated with the Nazi threads. 1dunno1
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I am not the least bit catty either. I admire women who can be comfortable enough with themselves to allow themselves to be sexy occasionally, when appropriate.

Hmm...care to share who this potential sociopath on here is? Obviously, there are plenty.

Yep, that is true. I don't judge based on how guys are dressed. I work in a law firm. All of the guys I have ever worked around dress very professional, that doesn't make them sane. I don't know what way you think that I behave, but I pretty much just work and raise my kids. I don't even care to be involved with any guy at the moment. I think the reason that I attracted this last person was because we met through a tragedy, there was vulnerability. Certainly wasn't how I was dressed since I was a disaster from spending days and days in the hospital. I always try to help people, some people use that.
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-This: "I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way..." was not meant towards you. It's just something that a few of my friends are consistently complaining about. We're going into our 30's and they're still convinced that the guy picking them up at the bar is their Prince Charming. It's especially bad around the holidays.
-Again, I'm not going to pick a fight with you about your picture because I don't know you and can't judge you. Even if you weren't happy with your life, my opinion is worthless. You and your choices do not affect me and my life. I apologize (something that is very hard for this person) for offending you, and for making a tasteless comment.
-I really, really want to tell you, but I don't think that you would believe me.
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So then, why judge? I like the picture, so I used it, lol. What is the harm in that? Are you one of those catty women that sits there and picks apart other women? I am not exactly on here to pick up guys, I just liked the pic that day. This is SO funny to me. So, because in this particular picture, you can see my boobs means that my sexuality is what I want people notice first? What about all the other pics that I have used on here that weren't the least bit sexy? What exactly is the problem with sexuality anyway? I think if more people were comfortable with theirs, the world would be a much easier place to live in. I am completely comfortable with mine, if other people aren't, that is their problem. Why not respond to an AC? I try to respond to everyone on here that responds to my posts. I just find it rude not to. Why did you respond to mine? Point is, the way that a person dresses has nothing to do with attracting psychopaths. The one psychopath that I have dated that sticks out in my mind would have had me fully covered up in sweats all day, every day, if it was up to him...and when I met him and for our first 10 or so dates, I was wearing jeans and a t-shirt and we met in a hospital.
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No, I'm not a catty woman. One of my best friends is a burlesque dancer who struts around nude all day. I love my body and have done quite a few semi-nude photoshoots for a friend of mine and his art exhibit. Other than the last few months of school, I generally work out two hours a day.
No, this has nothing to do with the thread topic and I admit that no problem. Something about your picture, and your post, struck me as funny. The truth is, for every psychotic person, a trigger could be anything. Rapists are more likely to choose women who are homely, rather than women who are more provocatively dressed.
I've not seen your other avatar pictures, so I can't make a judgement on that. When I had an account (had to change IP addresses due to someone trying [and successfully]hacking my computer, e-mail accounts, etc.) I had a picture up that had me in a flesh-colored, tight-fitting, top. I'm so pale, and the picture was so small, that it actually looked as if I was topless. I received a ton of karma, had a very prominent poster on here try (and somewhat successfully; I liked to flirt and my husband and I were having a ton of problems) pick me up (I believe, now, that he is a sociopath).

Are you really going to tell me that if you were confronted with a man dressed nicely, and a man dressed like a dirty thug, that you would not feel a bit more cautious around the dirty guy?
Honestly, I can't say that my post wasn't meant to be offensive, but I'm not going to claim that I was intentionally trying to pick a fight with you. It is much easier to make snarky comments as an AC than when I had an account. I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way, and then wonder why all they pick up are asshole men. It's like wondering why the one-night stand never calls...when you behave a certain way, dress a certain way, you should expect to be treated a certain way.

*Also, a UserID search will show an account that my cousin made when she was up here for a couple of weeks. She lives in South Texas and was looking information on the Louisiana sinkhole. She deleted it before she left because she didn't want to be associated with the Nazi threads. 1dunno1
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I am not the least bit catty either. I admire women who can be comfortable enough with themselves to allow themselves to be sexy occasionally, when appropriate.

Hmm...care to share who this potential sociopath on here is? Obviously, there are plenty.

Yep, that is true. I don't judge based on how guys are dressed. I work in a law firm. All of the guys I have ever worked around dress very professional, that doesn't make them sane. I don't know what way you think that I behave, but I pretty much just work and raise my kids. I don't even care to be involved with any guy at the moment. I think the reason that I attracted this last person was because we met through a tragedy, there was vulnerability. Certainly wasn't how I was dressed since I was a disaster from spending days and days in the hospital. I always try to help people, some people use that.
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-This: "I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way..." was not meant towards you. It's just something that a few of my friends are consistently complaining about. We're going into our 30's and they're still convinced that the guy picking them up at the bar is their Prince Charming. It's especially bad around the holidays.
-Again, I'm not going to pick a fight with you about your picture because I don't know you and can't judge you. Even if you weren't happy with your life, my opinion is worthless. You and your choices do not affect me and my life. I apologize (something that is very hard for this person) for offending you, and for making a tasteless comment.
-I really, really want to tell you, but I don't think that you would believe me. *edit Who the sociopath is.
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No, I'm not a catty woman. One of my best friends is a burlesque dancer who struts around nude all day. I love my body and have done quite a few semi-nude photoshoots for a friend of mine and his art exhibit. Other than the last few months of school, I generally work out two hours a day.
No, this has nothing to do with the thread topic and I admit that no problem. Something about your picture, and your post, struck me as funny. The truth is, for every psychotic person, a trigger could be anything. Rapists are more likely to choose women who are homely, rather than women who are more provocatively dressed.
I've not seen your other avatar pictures, so I can't make a judgement on that. When I had an account (had to change IP addresses due to someone trying [and successfully]hacking my computer, e-mail accounts, etc.) I had a picture up that had me in a flesh-colored, tight-fitting, top. I'm so pale, and the picture was so small, that it actually looked as if I was topless. I received a ton of karma, had a very prominent poster on here try (and somewhat successfully; I liked to flirt and my husband and I were having a ton of problems) pick me up (I believe, now, that he is a sociopath).

Are you really going to tell me that if you were confronted with a man dressed nicely, and a man dressed like a dirty thug, that you would not feel a bit more cautious around the dirty guy?
Honestly, I can't say that my post wasn't meant to be offensive, but I'm not going to claim that I was intentionally trying to pick a fight with you. It is much easier to make snarky comments as an AC than when I had an account. I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way, and then wonder why all they pick up are asshole men. It's like wondering why the one-night stand never calls...when you behave a certain way, dress a certain way, you should expect to be treated a certain way.

*Also, a UserID search will show an account that my cousin made when she was up here for a couple of weeks. She lives in South Texas and was looking information on the Louisiana sinkhole. She deleted it before she left because she didn't want to be associated with the Nazi threads. 1dunno1
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I am not the least bit catty either. I admire women who can be comfortable enough with themselves to allow themselves to be sexy occasionally, when appropriate.

Hmm...care to share who this potential sociopath on here is? Obviously, there are plenty.

Yep, that is true. I don't judge based on how guys are dressed. I work in a law firm. All of the guys I have ever worked around dress very professional, that doesn't make them sane. I don't know what way you think that I behave, but I pretty much just work and raise my kids. I don't even care to be involved with any guy at the moment. I think the reason that I attracted this last person was because we met through a tragedy, there was vulnerability. Certainly wasn't how I was dressed since I was a disaster from spending days and days in the hospital. I always try to help people, some people use that.
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-This: "I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way..." was not meant towards you. It's just something that a few of my friends are consistently complaining about. We're going into our 30's and they're still convinced that the guy picking them up at the bar is their Prince Charming. It's especially bad around the holidays.
-Again, I'm not going to pick a fight with you about your picture because I don't know you and can't judge you. Even if you weren't happy with your life, my opinion is worthless. You and your choices do not affect me and my life. I apologize (something that is very hard for this person) for offending you, and for making a tasteless comment.
-I really, really want to tell you, but I don't think that you would believe me. *edit Who the sociopath is.
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lol, oh wow. Well, that seems a bit naive, but maybe they are just more lonely around the holidays, who knows, lol.

Thank you for that :). I wouldn't judge you either.

Aww, I probably would. I don't know anyone on here well, and I don't put anything past anyone, so....
"Imagine no possessions"

"As Above, So Below"

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I am not the least bit catty either. I admire women who can be comfortable enough with themselves to allow themselves to be sexy occasionally, when appropriate.

Hmm...care to share who this potential sociopath on here is? Obviously, there are plenty.

Yep, that is true. I don't judge based on how guys are dressed. I work in a law firm. All of the guys I have ever worked around dress very professional, that doesn't make them sane. I don't know what way you think that I behave, but I pretty much just work and raise my kids. I don't even care to be involved with any guy at the moment. I think the reason that I attracted this last person was because we met through a tragedy, there was vulnerability. Certainly wasn't how I was dressed since I was a disaster from spending days and days in the hospital. I always try to help people, some people use that.
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-This: "I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way..." was not meant towards you. It's just something that a few of my friends are consistently complaining about. We're going into our 30's and they're still convinced that the guy picking them up at the bar is their Prince Charming. It's especially bad around the holidays.
-Again, I'm not going to pick a fight with you about your picture because I don't know you and can't judge you. Even if you weren't happy with your life, my opinion is worthless. You and your choices do not affect me and my life. I apologize (something that is very hard for this person) for offending you, and for making a tasteless comment.
-I really, really want to tell you, but I don't think that you would believe me. *edit Who the sociopath is.
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lol, oh wow. Well, that seems a bit naive, but maybe they are just more lonely around the holidays, who knows, lol.

Thank you for that :). I wouldn't judge you either.

Aww, I probably would. I don't know anyone on here well, and I don't put anything past anyone, so....
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Well they're not on your friends list, but here are a couple of clues:
I kind of slipped his screen name into my post, and then just add the numbers in your handle and I think you can come up with it.
Also, because of this convo, I created a new account. I never give red karma without signing, why should I make snarky comments anonymously.
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You mean apart from myself? No not really.
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b laytricks is a cocksucking psychopath.
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A true psychopath is so stealthy that we've all met him but never realized it.
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Yes,my brother and he hides it so well it frightens me.I stay as far away from him as possible.He has some master manipulation things going on right now that will assure him lots of money once the old person dies that he is hooked up with.
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I would be at home in a warzone. Most people would be scared, I would calmly walk around, crack a few witty jokes here and there.

I honestly hope I make it to heaven.

When I pray I don't know If I really mean it, even though I try.

I just hope God sees and understands I am just this way.

Empty.
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I relate to that... very closely
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-This: "I have a hard time with women who portray themselves in one way..." was not meant towards you. It's just something that a few of my friends are consistently complaining about. We're going into our 30's and they're still convinced that the guy picking them up at the bar is their Prince Charming. It's especially bad around the holidays.
-Again, I'm not going to pick a fight with you about your picture because I don't know you and can't judge you. Even if you weren't happy with your life, my opinion is worthless. You and your choices do not affect me and my life. I apologize (something that is very hard for this person) for offending you, and for making a tasteless comment.
-I really, really want to tell you, but I don't think that you would believe me. *edit Who the sociopath is.
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lol, oh wow. Well, that seems a bit naive, but maybe they are just more lonely around the holidays, who knows, lol.

Thank you for that :). I wouldn't judge you either.

Aww, I probably would. I don't know anyone on here well, and I don't put anything past anyone, so....
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Well they're not on your friends list, but here are a couple of clues:
I kind of slipped his screen name into my post, and then just add the numbers in your handle and I think you can come up with it.
Also, because of this convo, I created a new account. I never give red karma without signing, why should I make snarky comments anonymously.
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LOL, yep, I know who you mean. Good job. I don't believe I have ever spoke to this person but in another thread somewhere on here a few months or so ago someone told me I should talk to him, that's the only way I knew who you meant. Was that you?
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lol, oh wow. Well, that seems a bit naive, but maybe they are just more lonely around the holidays, who knows, lol.

Thank you for that :). I wouldn't judge you either.

Aww, I probably would. I don't know anyone on here well, and I don't put anything past anyone, so....
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76

Well they're not on your friends list, but here are a couple of clues:
I kind of slipped his screen name into my post, and then just add the numbers in your handle and I think you can come up with it.
Also, because of this convo, I created a new account. I never give red karma without signing, why should I make snarky comments anonymously.
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LOL, yep, I know who you mean. Good job. I don't believe I have ever spoke to this person but in another thread somewhere on here a few months or so ago someone told me I should talk to him, that's the only way I knew who you meant. Was that you?
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Oh God no. I don't advocate this sort of thing, online romances and all that. My cousin was down for a couple of weeks and we wound up watching the view (gag) and they were discussing some show called Catfish. The host gets letters from people who are in online relationships, but they never seem to be able to meet up. We're talking 5-10 year long 'relationships'. Some end well...many more do not. It kind of clicked in my head as to what I was doing.
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lol, oh wow. Well, that seems a bit naive, but maybe they are just more lonely around the holidays, who knows, lol.

Thank you for that :). I wouldn't judge you either.

Aww, I probably would. I don't know anyone on here well, and I don't put anything past anyone, so....
 Quoting: IndigoSerenity76

Well they're not on your friends list, but here are a couple of clues:
I kind of slipped his screen name into my post, and then just add the numbers in your handle and I think you can come up with it.
Also, because of this convo, I created a new account. I never give red karma without signing, why should I make snarky comments anonymously.
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LOL, yep, I know who you mean. Good job. I don't believe I have ever spoke to this person but in another thread somewhere on here a few months or so ago someone told me I should talk to him, that's the only way I knew who you meant. Was that you?
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Oh God no. I don't advocate this sort of thing, online romances and all that. My cousin was down for a couple of weeks and we wound up watching the view (gag) and they were discussing some show called Catfish. The host gets letters from people who are in online relationships, but they never seem to be able to meet up. We're talking 5-10 year long 'relationships'. Some end well...many more do not. It kind of clicked in my head as to what I was doing.
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LOL, ok. I've never seen that, but I saw something about it on here before. I find all that weird too. I don't know how people can have actual relationships without ever meeting the person. I mean, you can connect with people online, it is just another form of communication, but an actual relationship? Weird. Hell, you can't even know for sure what sex the person is, lol.
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You have to be very cautious as one psychopath can recognize another and use them to to their bidding, as in they are smart enough not to kill you themselves but know how to manipulate others to attempt your demise on their behalf.
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Well they're not on your friends list, but here are a couple of clues:
I kind of slipped his screen name into my post, and then just add the numbers in your handle and I think you can come up with it.
Also, because of this convo, I created a new account. I never give red karma without signing, why should I make snarky comments anonymously.
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LOL, yep, I know who you mean. Good job. I don't believe I have ever spoke to this person but in another thread somewhere on here a few months or so ago someone told me I should talk to him, that's the only way I knew who you meant. Was that you?
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Oh God no. I don't advocate this sort of thing, online romances and all that. My cousin was down for a couple of weeks and we wound up watching the view (gag) and they were discussing some show called Catfish. The host gets letters from people who are in online relationships, but they never seem to be able to meet up. We're talking 5-10 year long 'relationships'. Some end well...many more do not. It kind of clicked in my head as to what I was doing.
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LOL, ok. I've never seen that, but I saw something about it on here before. I find all that weird too. I don't know how people can have actual relationships without ever meeting the person. I mean, you can connect with people online, it is just another form of communication, but an actual relationship? Weird. Hell, you can't even know for sure what sex the person is, lol.
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Lol, I was looking for a friend and he was really charming. we never sexted or exchanged naughty photos...just a flirtation, for exactly the reason you said, you NEVER KNOW!
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LOL, yep, I know who you mean. Good job. I don't believe I have ever spoke to this person but in another thread somewhere on here a few months or so ago someone told me I should talk to him, that's the only way I knew who you meant. Was that you?
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Oh God no. I don't advocate this sort of thing, online romances and all that. My cousin was down for a couple of weeks and we wound up watching the view (gag) and they were discussing some show called Catfish. The host gets letters from people who are in online relationships, but they never seem to be able to meet up. We're talking 5-10 year long 'relationships'. Some end well...many more do not. It kind of clicked in my head as to what I was doing.
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LOL, ok. I've never seen that, but I saw something about it on here before. I find all that weird too. I don't know how people can have actual relationships without ever meeting the person. I mean, you can connect with people online, it is just another form of communication, but an actual relationship? Weird. Hell, you can't even know for sure what sex the person is, lol.
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Lol, I was looking for a friend and he was really charming. we never sexted or exchanged naughty photos...just a flirtation, for exactly the reason you said, you NEVER KNOW!
 Quoting: ~Boudica~


Gotcha. I have done that as well, but yep, that's as far as it goes, lol.
"Imagine no possessions"

"As Above, So Below"

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Rach

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