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Could You Date A Messy Drunk
 
# 16 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 11:38
 
 
Take him, with a pinch of salt and a Tequila Greenmapp.
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# 17 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 17:36
 
 
Someone said :
Yeah, that posting before you write your message has happened to me a few times.. definitley a bug in the system.. The spell checker also seems to have ceased functioning.. Damn, now ye'll realise how illiterate i really am (specially when drunk)

Lets all get drunk!
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# 18 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 18:01
 
 
Tis a sunny bank holiday after all.. Bottoms up
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# 19 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 18:28
 
 
Someone said :
Take him, with a pinch of salt and a Tequila Greenmapp.

I can take the eccentric, the crazy and the mentally handicapped with a pinch of salt.
Sfiderman is actively and clear-mindidly being poisonous and evil directly to me.

"Date got drunk": it was your fault

"I had nothing to do with it": You were definitely waiting to see what would happen rather than preventing problems

"I prefer dating people who can control themselves": you're only complaining because he was too drunk to have sex.

Like that is TOXIC shit from an evil mind. It goes beyond "conversation" it is trolling, pure and simple. Sfiderman has no intention of taking the topic seriously, or taking anything I post at even NEAR it's face value. He is simple calculating the worst possible motivation for my post then multiplying that by a ream of fucked up assumptions about how I might treat someone on a date.

He has no consideration for what he is saying, it is simply a game he's playing to frame anything I post in the worst light possible.
I PM'd him about it, see if I insulted him or something.
No reply.

It is an attempt to pointlessly and malicious bully, and I pity him for whatever he has experienced in his life that makes him think that's an OK way to behave with someone.
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# 20 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 18:55
 
 
I just ignore him, or have fun and joke. Don't let him, get to you and he only shines a light on himself.
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# 21 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 19:17
 
 
Someone said :
I just ignore him, or have fun and joke. Don't let him, get to you and he only shines a light on himself.

Yep..
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# 22 : Saturday 20-4-2019 @ 21:57
 
 
Ok so back to your OP though, is the issue that an American guy had his first Irish night and was pretty much destroyed by it? If that’s the case, it’s not an issue for you and probably says more about our culture than him. I’ve seen many an American fall to an Irish wedding
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# 23 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 08:54
 
 
Someone said :

You’re not a babysitter eh ? But you are a toilet cleaner ?

If he’s American you do realise their beer is weaker ?

I’m wondering why you both were outside the hotel room at all? If he’s foreign on holiday here wouldn’t you spend every moment riding ? Unless you hadn’t ......oh now I understand why you’re complaining so much ....you were drunk enough, he got too drunk to perform oops .

Fuck off and stop being a nasty spiteful cunt
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# 24 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 08:58
 
 
Someone said :
So., you’re out having a few with your significant other.
They hit the beer pretty hard, but you have a good night.

Fast forward to 3 hours later, then stumbling up a hotel stairs, missing the toilet with vomit, talking gibberish, having to undress them to get them into bed.

Forgivable?
Unforgivable?
Immature?
Not important/ all in good fun?
What to do?
Kick ‘em to the curb?
Three strikes and their out?

I think if its a one off fair enough yeah completely forgivable.

If its a regular occurence I would probably personally dump them but thats because I find alcoholics difficult to deal with.
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# 25 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 17:51
 
 
Someone said :

Fuck off and stop being a nasty spiteful cunt

Wash your mouth out....
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# 26 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 19:35
 
 
Someone said :
Ok so back to your OP though, is the issue that an American guy had his first Irish night and was pretty much destroyed by it? If that’s the case, it’s not an issue for you and probably says more about our culture than him. I’ve seen many an American fall to an Irish wedding

It looks as if it was exactly that.
Americans don't spend as long "out" as we do in general.

When I went out in London last year I went out around 8.30 and crawled out of XXL a mess at about 2:30am. It was the only time in my life I ever got uncomfortably drunk and the main factors was 'new experience' meets 'new country' meets 'long night's drinking'.

I think that was the case here as well.
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# 27 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 21:07
 
 
Someone said :

You’re not a babysitter eh ? But you are a toilet cleaner ?

If he’s American you do realise their beer is weaker ?

I’m wondering why you both were outside the hotel room at all? If he’s foreign on holiday here wouldn’t you spend every moment riding ? Unless you hadn’t ......oh now I understand why you’re complaining so much ....you were drunk enough, he got too drunk to perform oops .

@sfiderman - any more nasty, personal comments to greenmannp from you will result in a temporary ban from the boards.

You have been warned.
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# 28 : Sunday 21-4-2019 @ 22:00
 
 
Someone said :

It looks as if it was exactly that.
Americans don't spend as long "out" as we do in general.

When I went out in London last year I went out around 8.30 and crawled out of XXL a mess at about 2:30am. It was the only time in my life I ever got uncomfortably drunk and the main factors was 'new experience' meets 'new country' meets 'long night's drinking'.

I think that was the case here as well.

Yeah really don’t think there’s an issue. Without knowing him, he tried to keep up... be with everyone else, and it went epically wrong. Despite the grossness you experienced, he probably learned a lot too.
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# 29 : Tuesday 23-4-2019 @ 09:53
 
 
I’m sorry I gave an opinion, I apologise, only to greenmanpp, I think greenmanpp behaved like the perfect boyfriend and he should keep his American boyfriend, there are lots of lite beers .
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# 30 : Wednesday 24-4-2019 @ 22:47
 
 
Apology partially accepted, minus sarcasm tax.

You may need to develop a sense of telling the difference between "giving opinion" and "making fucked up accusations".
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