dammit (19)

1 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 02:55 ID:sWm8c/6r

I need to stop falling in love with straight guys.

2 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 03:16 ID:KxwzZzFr

This is weird if you are a girl, but if yer a dude, then maybe you could try not being gay. It isn't hard. I mean dude you are either getting cornholed or cornholing somebody. That's weak. I don't care, I DO NOT CARE. You CAN NOT justify sticking something up your butt. It isn't normal, natural, safe or healthy. I have yet to see animals stick things up their asses. Try a girl out, I mean they have this hole RIGHT IN FRONT(super convenient) and they even have boobs to look at and squish, and no need for KY Jelly because their hole is self lubricating. I mean there are flat girls out their too, and some of them are ugly enough to be men.

I mean that's just the best advice I can give you, maybe this is a sign that you need to get it together, I dunno.

3 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 04:16 ID:4gi6Awgm

Maybe you should get involved with people you know are homosexual or join such groups. This way you will meet guys who will possibly return the feelings. Depending on your age there are clubs/bars you could go to meet people as well.

4 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 04:50 ID:6DZmNIpC


you havent given us enough information.
u just say that u keep falling for guys, what does that mean.
from the start it sounds like a wierd probelm.

5 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 09:48 ID:oIE9A2ws

Then why do so many guys want to stick it up a girl's pooper?

And >>1 expressed a desire to stop falling in love with straight guys, not stating that [he?] needs to not have sex with guys.

>>3 says good stuff.

Try to spend time with groups of people where there are non-straight guys so that you'll up the chances of meeting someone who attracts you without whatever the problem straight guys pose for you (i'm assuming >>1 is a homosexual guy, however >>1 can be suffering from other problems than just the bit that straight guys don't fall for guys)

6 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 16:05 ID:Io3QAWCd

wtf is this thread about anyway?

7 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 16:12 ID:yvFOOr7x


Most guys I know DON'T want to stick it up a girls pooper. Dude, shit comes outta that thing.

8 Name: No.1 : 2006-04-16 17:41 ID:2pPixG1P

thanks for the troll. but, i mean, seriously, it's nothing to do with whichever hole i want to stick things up. i'm attracted to guys, not girls, regardless of how many convenient holes and/or squishy things they may have on the front.

9 Name: No.1 : 2006-04-16 17:48 ID:2pPixG1P

and, yeah, >>3 makes a good point. i'm just quite lacking in confidence when it comes to talking to people randomly in bars and such.. orz
plus it's definitely true that i hang out entirely with straight guys, which causes problems, i suppose. they just happen to be people that i'm friends with and like being friends with, though.

10 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 20:19 ID:pHfI8Znp


Dude that was totally not a troll, I was stating a fact.

Why are you attracted to guys anyway? Is this a phase or are you for real?

11 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 20:54 ID:oIE9A2ws

Your question is rather silly in my eyes, however this thread isn't for discussing why someone is not straight, as that would derail this topic far too much (as I'd want a proper, serious discussion). Please create a thread here where you can ask whatever you want more exactly regarding the nature of non-straight people.

Heh, been there done that. Fell in love with one of my best friends four years ago, who was blatantly straight and a tad homophobic, even. But yes.. The chances of you finding a guy who'll fancy you back is a bit too low in an ordinary crowd. And you definitely aren't supposed to try to date guys you're not attracted to, just because they fancy guys. However, you really should consider trying to find a group of guys who not only are into guys, but also are more like what you like in a friend and potential boyfriend.

If mingling with people in the short term is a problem try attending any local events that a bunch of non-straight people are arranging? Not sex-meetings, but platonic events. Might be a tad problematic if you live in a smaller town without such things. Otherwise try going to clubs instead of bars? And be focused on just having a good time there instead of focusing on talking with people with the hopes of finding a potential partner. Join some online forum with a good amount of gay/bi guys within a reasonably close geographical area, hang out there, aquire more friends, and possibly find someone to love that will love you back.
I'm trying to think of other things you can do, but I'm sleep deprived at the moment and can't really think properly.

12 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-16 22:54 ID:FXksIyNn

Well he asked a vague and stupid question. I don't buy this people are born gay bullshit. Ramming shit up your ass is seriously not cool.

and every other piece of advice you gave him is either going to get him AIDS, violently sodomized or killed by some lunatic by going to clubs and and Myspace and shit. Do you not read the news?

Now look, you could say "well he's a troll asshole" and that's well and good. But lets get REAL here for a minute. Now I will admit, the idea is sound. Wanting gay relationships and sex with somebody and no worries about pregnancy and everything. That's actually somewhat intriguing. But the reality is that most queers fall into one of several groups

Weirdos, freaks, criminals, and drama queens.

Dude, seriously, put away the god damn Barbra Streisand and go find yourself a female. Because remember....the person you eventually hope to fuck is another dude and he might be able to whip your ass and rob you if he's a creep.

Think about that for a minute....think.

13 Name: 1 : 2006-04-17 00:51 ID:sWm8c/6r


> you really should consider trying to find a group of guys who not only are into guys, but also are more like what you like in a friend and potential boyfriend

yeah, that'd be the ideal, but i suppose i just have high standards. i consider myself incredibly lucky to have found a group of friends like the ones i have, considering how many other people just annoy me in some way or another... not to mention how it's never been particularly easy for me to make friends, since i'm stupidly shy and all. me finding a group of people who are as great as they are, and also are all gay, doesn't seem overly likely.

> Otherwise try going to clubs instead of bars? And be focused on just having a good time there instead of focusing on talking with people with the hopes of finding a potential partner.

yeah, problem is there's only one local gay club, and it's not too great - i'd much rather be in one of the non-gay clubs in the area and have a genuinely good time. suppose i'll just have to visit the damn place more often. and maybe try the online angle a bit more seriously... maybe

14 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-17 03:55 ID:MnZ+CQXx

This is love and relationship thread regardless of your sexual orientation so no straight/gay bashing please?

whatever makes them happy I guess

15 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-17 04:28 ID:v3NTVEXF


I understand, but does he really love them or is he just in love with the idea of BEING in love with them?

Really, think about it.

16 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-17 05:58 ID:oIE9A2ws

Straight guys, or guys?
If just guys, then the same applies to heterosexual love. Yet I virtually never hear that being asked of straight guys, if they love a chick or just the idea of being in love with the chick.

Please move a discussion about trying to comprehend the idea of non-straight people being in love to a separate thread.

17 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-17 10:04 ID:Heaven

At the end of the day, does it make a difference?

18 Name: Secret Admirer : 2006-04-17 15:45 ID:Heaven

Give him a hot shower and a massage and see how straight he is.

19 Name: Secret Admirer : 2017-03-12 21:25 ID:EguAnfCz

dicks out for Harambe

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