YouTuber Debrajoy is entertaining as fuck...
#21
I heard Debra Joy's voice in my head tonight and decided to check in on her...



Bitch makin' me hungry talking about Subway!!!

I wonder where the hell she's going with this story about the teenage girls...

Awwwe! Debra Joy is so nice!

Ahahaha she makes me LOL!

Wow Debra Joy's story in this video is so inspiring.

Gonna have to move on to the next video...

I made it more than halfway through though.



Hmmm, who is Lamar?

Oh... a dog.

LMAO "Husband number four"... oh Debra Joy, you're really something.

I don't give a shit about hearing this story though.

Let's check this next video out...



OMG this is depressing as shit, WTF! What is the deal with Debra Joy and drama?

I feel like there's always some kinda drama with Debra Joy!

She's either recounting old drama or new drama, always some kinda drama.

She's blaming the government for her friend's injury.

Man this is just fucked up, I can't listen to it. LOL.

Good seein' ya, Debra Joy!

*clicks off
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#22
(10-12-2017, 08:13 PM)Trix Wrote: Where are all these dudes who wanna take care of single moms and their kids!?

I'll let you in on a little secret. "Single mom" isn't a strong selling point with men. I don't know why women play that up in their personal ads. Nobody is impressed that a ditz shat out another dude's spawn, and they damned sure don't want to get on the hook for child support for it.

(10-12-2017, 08:13 PM)Trix Wrote: I can't get that and I'm not even a single mom!!!

I don't believe you. There's no reason a pretty girl like you can't find a beau. Fat, ugly chicks don't have any trouble landing one.
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#23
(12-14-2017, 09:24 PM)user Wrote: I don't believe you. There's no reason a pretty girl like you can't find a beau. Fat, ugly chicks don't have any trouble landing one.

I don't want just anybody though...

I've somewhat addressed my feelings about this in other posts...

(11-11-2017, 08:22 PM)Trix Wrote: Brilliant minds like Stefan Molyneux for example (I'd totally have his genius babychild) have discussed this issue at length.

But I don't always agree with him...

I was listening to one of his shows wherein he was talking with a 'career minded' woman about the fact that she needs to find 'one of the men' in her 'computer class' and just marry the fucking guy and have his children.

LOL, now admittedly, the guy in the computer class may be a little bit more promising than the dude who works at Wendy's. But really, what's that worth?

Why should a woman just randomly choose a man to 'tie down' and reproduce with? It seems like a fool's game...

The last thing the world needs is more mediocrity (at best).

This planet is in such a dire situation, only the most intelligent and successful men should be fathering children at this point.

The world needs to be filled with the promising progeny of smart, successful men who stand for something...

Not the random nerd from computer class. Not that he isn't capable of greatness... but we don't really have the time to prove whether he's bound for glory or not.

We need reproduction with the men who have already proven themselves. And those men tend to be in the 40-70 age range.

(11-11-2017, 08:24 PM)Trix Wrote: If you can't find a genius, successful man to reproduce with...

Or at least, in your own neck of the woods, a man who's fought his own battles hard and come out righteously...

Then don't fucking reproduce ;)

That's my take on it...

If you can't find the perfect specimen...

Just sit it out... being alone is probably better.

The world doesn't need more mediocre.

Again, just my opinion and of course it's subject to change.
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#24
There's your problem. If you're waiting for a guy to "prove himself," you'll be herding cats at 45 while he's banging 20-year-old hotties.
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#25
Exactly, so I want a man who's already proven himself...

I'll take a nice 50 year old.

He can at least donate some sperm to me.
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#26
I'm not attracted to young dudes.
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#27
Generally.
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#28
I'm gonna turn you over my knee and spank you, ya little shit.

Listen, ding-o-ling. Nobody's saying pick a random guy and settle down. Just be approachable. You never know who the right guy is going to be, but five will get you ten he won't match your preconceived notions of what you think you want. He'll most likely be someone you'd least suspect you'd be interested in. Being approachable is how previous generations of women met their lifelong partners. Going around with bitch resting face will run all of the men off, including your ideal mate. It's beyond me why Millennials can't grasp what everybody and his dog used to know.
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#29
I don't go around with bitch face...

I always smile at people and am very nice.
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#30
Do guys approach you? How do you perceive their reactions to you?
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#31
They don't approach me. It's not because I have 'bitch face' or seem rude or off putting. I have no idea what to tell you.
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#32
So a cute little jane smiles at dudes, and they don't approach her. I'm having trouble picturing this. Do they smile back or say hi or anything?
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#33
I don't smile at dudes like, "Come here and ask me out." I smile at everyone. In a friendly, human to human nicety kinda way. And man I just have a feeling if I did see a dude I was interested in and I just like... smiled at him from across the place, he'd get totally creeped out. LMAO! It's generating some pretty hilarious mental imagery in my mind.
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#34
I don't go around smiling and looking happy because I have an agenda...

I go around looking happy because I am happy.
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#35
No guy ever got creeped out by a pretty dame smiling at him, silly. It makes my fucking day when a chick even notices I exist. LOL

You didn't answer my question. How do guys react when you smile at them in an innocuous human-to-human sort of way?
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#36
(12-14-2017, 10:20 PM)user Wrote: You didn't answer my question. How do guys react when you smile at them in an innocuous human-to-human sort of way?

They're usually nice to me back or smile back or whatever...

I mean...

What are they expected to do? Run over to me and propose?

I've actually had dudes tell me to calm down.

LMAO.

Like a couple times this has happened.

Because like I said, I go around... pretty fucking happy all the time, and sometimes I even seem excited.

But this is me in general, this isn't just because I might be talking to a dude. As far as whether or not they perceive it that way, not my problem.

You know I have a thing for widow's peaks... well, there's a story. I actually posted it, let me find that...

(07-28-2017, 11:30 PM)Trix Wrote: Whenever I see somebody on the internet or in real life with a mad widow's peak...

I comment on it.

I mentioned it one day to a guy who was at a check-out once...

I literally called it a "mad widow's peak" and kept going on and on about how amazing it was and he's like, "Calm down."

It was so smooth, I love it when people take fawning gracefully and even in an authoritative kinda way.

(07-29-2017, 12:05 AM)Trix Wrote: And YES, I think I said something along the lines of...

"You've got a mad widow's peak going on... pretty impressive."

He responded, I have no idea what he said. I was just nodding.

Then I go, "I wish I had a widow's peak."

Then he's like, "Calm down."

Thing is, I was totally serious. I do wish I had a widow's peak, that would be awesome. Now I could see how a dude would think I was just a total weirdo making an observation about his widow's peak and trying to come onto him over his hair.

And actually that reminds me of another time I complemented a dude's hair...

It was at WalMart checkout with this dude who was not your conventionally good looking guy...

I am not about looks. I was into this dude because he was fucking nice and genuine and... well he had that badass curly hair that I love.

So we were talking about the weather or something, and he started talking about how his hair was being crazy because of the rain...

Anyways, I told him I thought it looked great and you better believe I meant every word of it. I kinda wanted to marry him in that moment and I think he would have said yes.

I sort of feel as if people just assume I'm completely insane in public... I can't be normal, I can't not look excited, and I can't talk about normal shit. I can do the small talk, of course... but if you actually start talking to me in attempt to know who you're talking to... I don't hold back. Some people can jive with it, some people can't.

If somebody can't deal with my weirdness then the whole thing is completely fucked anyway... that's like a permanent fixture with me. It's... not gonna change. It's who I am.

I just need to find a nice older man who is also really weird, but super smart and successful and hopefully he'll load me up with some of that genius babybatter.
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#37
And when I say older, I mean like 50...

Because I feel like dudes in their 40s are still too young.
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#38
Past 45, you're getting there, getting better...

But until you're out of the 40s, still prettymuch too young.
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#39
Maybe people assume you're on drugs. That has happened to me a lot. They don't know how to take someone who's alive and engaged. It makes them uncomfortable for some reason. For what it's worth, I think it's cool as hell to encounter people like you. I wish there were more of them in this neck of the woods. The mainstream idea of normal bores me to tears.
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#40
I turned 50 last month. Let's go see the justice of the peace, you and me.
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