Forum posts made by parmach

Topic Would you ever fuck a girl anonymously?
Posted 15 Jul 2015 00:09

Nope this is not a consensual situation. As erotic, kinky or what ever you might make this out to be there are limits. I want to know that the person is willing and sober in this situation. This is not a very funny hypothetical without prior consent

Posted 14 Jul 2015 21:52

A very Happy Birthday love7

Topic Word for the day
Posted 13 Jul 2015 23:50


Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 13 Jul 2015 23:42

How about Ms. Sprite!! Oh wait, that is a ridiculous choice. She wont be old enough until 2020!!

I know this is supposed to be a serious thread but it is really hard to take many(or most) of the names mentioned serious!

No silly she can't be president, you have to have been born in the USA to be the president. Ms Sprite was born on Krypton or was it Earth Two. ANYWAY!!!!!

This is the real life recent picture of her with fans keep safe distance in background

Topic Who should be the next US president?
Posted 13 Jul 2015 19:25

An excellent point. I have no doubt that's why Obama chose Biden.

Maybe Hilary should choose Trump as VP. Then send him on diplomatic missions to Antarctica.

Hell no! He would trick all the emperor penguins into selling him the place (for a bucket of squid) then build a new Los Vegus there. Obviously he would make a killing as he wouldn't pay for any ice for guests cocktail drinks.

Topic Make a new friend, with the avatar above you
Posted 08 Jul 2015 23:23

Hi LJ nice to meet you Pour Wine

Topic What is the most terrifying/unpleasant/uncomfortable experience/situation when you were having sex?
Posted 08 Jul 2015 23:14

I had an unpleasant situation where me and this girl were going at it completely caught up in the moment and her mother happened to walk in on her riding me facing her door and me behind her. It happened at my p"oint of no return" and when her mom closed the door I just shot my load into her.

I had a similar experience but it wasn't her mother that walked in it was her husband. I was a very bad boy back then one gazillion years ago

Topic Lush Matching Photo Game:
Posted 30 Jun 2015 20:52

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Silver shoes

Topic Lush Matching Photo Game:
Posted 23 Jun 2015 23:05

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New South Wales

Topic What's the one word that pops into your mind when you see the avatar above you?
Posted 23 Jun 2015 22:48

Topic 9 Killed in the Shooting of Historically Black AME Church
Posted 23 Jun 2015 16:55

First, I completely agree with this. Lots of people here have touched on important thoughts as to why and what happened. As to the arguments about gun control, perhaps we can enjoy this comedian's take:

The second thing is this person was mentally ill. Most of these killers are. We don't do a lot for the mentally ill. We have no place to put them even if their parents go to authorities and say "my child is saying they are going to kill people". How about we invest in finding out what we can do to protect ourselves from these people AND spend some money on scientific research on serious mental illness', the kind that leads to a lot of these killings.

Well without sounding like I a mutual self exonerating exercise you are exactly right as well. This is first and foremost a case involving a mentally deranged individual. And for those people who are going to use the, "but you don't live in the US" card, well I grew up not far from the Port Arthur Massacre .

One thing that might help in all these case if we could spend a little more time focusing our attentions on the plight and stories of the victims. This might help humanise the debate a little more. I mention this as the footy team ( Richmond ) I follow sponsors the Alannah and Madeline Foundation . This Foundation is based on the two young sisters that numbered in the 35 killed that day in 1996. It is important for us to remember. Maybe if someone could start a website dedicated to the victims of these horrific crimes.

Topic Lush Matching Photo Game:
Posted 21 Jun 2015 21:04

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Sitting in Caravan Annex

Topic 9 Killed in the Shooting of Historically Black AME Church
Posted 21 Jun 2015 20:58

Well yes, but you know what I mean. As long as there's something to make us look, sound, or act differently there will be prejudice and hate. As little as that difference is. Even if we all looked exactly the same, people will find a way to discriminate.

I would like to think as a human race we have the intelligence and ability to find a way to not discriminate. Why do we have to just accept that this behaviour is part of our DNA. If it is we are fucked, we are destined for extinction. If not we have a slim chance to make it off this rock.

Topic The Rage Cage
Posted 21 Jun 2015 20:39

i am kind of pissed at Buz because he pretty much just posted my own rant. thing is, he left out a whole lot of swear words.

*Edited by Rage Patrol*

The Rage Cage is for rage.

Topic Describe yourself in one word
Posted 21 Jun 2015 20:29


Topic Celebs that are considered HOT to many but not you
Posted 20 Jun 2015 21:43

tom cruise. i've never seen his appeal. every time i picture him about to have sex i imagine him squealing, "eww girlie parts!!!" and running out of the room like a crazy person. My 2 cents

Yeh that might be the case! But I did hear a story that when he was driving himself to a film shoot in New Zealand he stopped and helped a lady change her tyre on the side of the road.

My Celeb is Michael Hutchence (INXS) he stole my best friend date when we were out one night at the Casino in Hobart, Tasmania. True story!

Topic Who is the most famous person you have ever met?
Posted 20 Jun 2015 21:35

Mike Jagger and/or Michael Hutchence

Topic 9 Killed in the Shooting of Historically Black AME Church
Posted 20 Jun 2015 21:13

All this talk of racism...the phrase "don't judge a man until you've walked a mile in his shoes" springs to mind. As a white woman, I will never know any of the challenges that Dani nor any other black/nonwhite woman faces. I *can* speak to the small slights that come with being a woman, period.

I work at my regular job and moonlight on occasion a certain big box store that sells tools and lawn and garden equipment (think lawnmowers, lawn tractors, etc.). I am, due to various reasons, the second most senior sales associate on the floor. An example of a slight that comes my way frequently is a customer calling, me answering the phone ("Tools, this is Jennifer"), and having the person--male or female--ask to speak to tools expert or lawnmower expert or whatever. When I say that they are talking to a tools sales associate, I've had responses ranging from disbelief ("What?") to downright sexism ("No, sweetheart, I need to talk to someone who knows about X power tool"). This happens almost daily. Do I like it? No. Do I accept that it will happen? Yes. It is what it is.

I have started a new job at a hospital and was ask a few weeks into the job by a women patient "How can you work with all these women bossing you around, how do you do it" Interesting isn't it!

Oh my response was "What do you mean by Bossy, I am very happy working here with my colleagues"

Topic 9 Killed in the Shooting of Historically Black AME Church
Posted 20 Jun 2015 20:58

I read the following on twitter from someone whose handle is @writeli. I don't claim to be the lone voice for the Black community, but I believe it sums up everything perfectly:

"The terrorist #CharlestonShooting is a master class in systemic US racism for those willing to open their eyes & hearts to learn. Shall we?

1. Young white male raised in South Carolina, confederate state poster child with the flag still high even when the US flag is at half mast.
2. He regularly uses racist language and jokes, studies historical racist apartheid regimes, talks of violence against Blacks. No one blinks.
3. His father buys him a gun for his 21st birthday - a rite of passage for white men, not seen as a sign of violence, but of freedom.
4. This racist white male gun owner talks to his roommate about not just desire, but his PLANS, to start a race war. Roommate isn't alarmed.
5. Racist gun-toting white male goes to historic Black church with professed intent of murdering Black people. Is welcomed with open arms.
6. Racist white terrorist sits in prayer with his soon to be victims, Black men, women and children FOR AN HOUR before opening fire on them.

Let's summarize what we have so far: White male raised in racist state becomes racist, is armed by his father, murders innocent worshippers. Ok. Let's look at the aftermath of that. How do we as a country respond to that? How do our official bodies respond? How do we discuss it?:
1. Virtual media silence until social media pushes it. Mass murder occurs and no major outlet feels the need to do a breaking report.
2. When the media finally covers it, they say shooting, not murder. Suspect is described by hair and eyes, not race. The victims not at all.
3. Killer is immediately humanized. Is mental health at play? He's neither terrorist not thug. Friends are interviewed. Narrative is built.
4. Fox declares it an attack on Christians. They also talk about how one must be aware of their surroundings. Blaming the Black victims.
5. Thanks to a now heralded white Christian woman, killer is brought in, alive, tenderly handled and protected, though armed and dangerous.
6. Killer's case is assigned to a judge who calls for help for his family, a judge who presides under the confederate flag, uses the n word.
7. White people across social media jump to discussions of gun control, or how killer doesn't represent them, or worse to ABSOLUTE SILENCE.

White terrorist kills 9 in Black church, is taken in peacefully, assigned to sympathetic judge & everyday white people distance themselves. That is the system at work. White atrocities against Black bodies treated as isolated and benign by a sympathetic system. That's America. This is not about that killer in isolation, but all of them, and all of you who stay willfully blind at best and actively racist at worse. A system is a series of connected parts that make a whole. Racism is a system. It's not some lone shooter. It's all the pieces that made him. You may not be the racist judge in this system, but you're a part. Your silence is a massive, integral part of systemic racism against POC. Every time a cop kills a black person and you stand silently because it's too hard to discuss, you're doing your job in the system. Congrats. Every time you "just ignore" your racist uncle because he's old and racism "will just die away with his kind," you are doing your part. Every time you feel the need to assert your personal innocent humanity in the face of racist acts instead of condemning them? Yep, did it! Global white supremacy, the US racist system within it, relies on EVERY white person to hold up their part by refusing to feel the weight. But you stand on our backs, no matter how liberal you are, no matter how many friends of color you have. We can't avoid the weight and pain. If you want to help, do this. Step out of yourselves. Step out of the system. Say something. Do something. It's YOUR system. Own and end it. "

The above, especially the bit in bold, is the bottom line.

We're constantly told to come up with solutions and work in conjunction with others to educate ourselves and whatever else to make ourselves blend in and be more palpable to, I'll say it, White people. Our mannerisms, the way we walk, talk, dress, everything. If we can just find our place in society and blend in, we'll all be accepted and happy and race won't exist because we'll all be a part of the human race.

As stated in the quote above, this is a country built on the basis of White Supremacy. It's ingrained in EVERYTHING. Laws. Jobs. Schooling (have you EVER read an honest history book in primary school? Glossed over, watered down bullshit, and White people are the heroes. Every time). The judicial system.

I hate when people say it gets better with time. How long ago did slavery end? We've come a long way, but do we have to wait another few centuries before we're truly seen as equals? Will that be enough time? Was 150 years not enough? Still more time? How patient do we have to be?

Tragedy/terrorism strikes, and 48 hours later we're asked to heal and forgive and see the murderer's family as victims...without giving much time to acknowledging the actual victims as victims.

If it were you, how much time do you think you'd need?

Not only that, we're told we're all responsible and that we all have to do our part. What more is required? What else is there for us to do?

Well written and you are so right in what you have said word for word. This is not just a issue for people in North America but for all of us on this little rock. Each landmass on this planet has it's own racial, ethnic or other forms of intolerance brought about through generations of greed and bigotry.

In Aus a few years back when the High Court of Australia historic ( Mabo Decision ), namely overturning the legal doctrine of terra nullius - which is a term applied to the attitude of the British towards land ownership on the continent of Australia the Australian media went beserk. There was suggestions that people would be forcibly removed from their homes aboriginals would close down businesses, farmers would be fiorced off their land and we would run out of food.

Guess what the sun came up the next day and that was back in 1992. It took then a few good brave people to make a stand and it will again in this case. Question who are they going to be.

Topic Procrastinating: What should you be doing right now instead of being here?
Posted 20 Jun 2015 01:27

Watching football on the TV and drinking beer, but I'm just too fucking lazy to get off my arse and do it.

Topic Word for the day
Posted 20 Jun 2015 01:25