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Do you have red hair? Do you know someone hit with the ginger stick? Tell us your story.

(, Thu 25 Feb 2010, 12:54)
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I find ginger/redhead girls physically attractive
but my last ex is a ginger, and she is without a doubt the most psychotic, nastiest, lying piece of shit I ever had the misfortune to cross paths with.
I documented some of her issues previously (pathological liars), but an indication of how deep the trouble, may be that we have been separated since 2000, and until I managed to get a protection order just two weeks ago we (my wife of eight years and I) had abusive calls, all sorts of allegation thrown at us, and a lot of stalking type behaviour. She managed to get my wife arrested by phoning the police and reporting her(my wife's) car stolen. When my wife took her car out, police immediately stopped and arrested her until she could prove that she was who she said she was.
My daughter's psych (she needs one because of her mother)has openly labelled her "toxic".
I could tell ginger stories all day about this poor excuse for a human being, but the crux of it is, I like the look of them (well the slender attractive ones), but I can't get past my previous experience, in my mind, they are all crackers, one just has scratch the surface.
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 8:05, 13 replies)
Dear Sir/Madam
Please continue to tell us, the internet, more stories of your failed
relationships with members of the red-headed community. I personally
feel that, only by telling us every last detail of your pathetic existence
we can protect future generations from being so terribly attention-starved
that they feel compelled to metaphorically tuck their cock-and-balls
back between their legs and cry out loud whilst pissing all over

You are an inspiration to us all, and I look forward to reading about
you in the national press when you finally snap and shoot up your
local Lidl.

Yours faithfully

The Internet
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 9:22, closed)
You're a "ginger " then??????
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 11:58, closed)
well done for extra fail

(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 12:32, closed)
I'm starting to see a subtle pattern emerging here
1. Tell a funny story, be called a liar
2. Tell a cathartic story, be called a bore
3. Set a question inviting one or t'other, be held personally responsible for all answers falling in to the above categories.

Is there a moral? Probably not, but there is an ignore button to take care of the most insufferable idiots with no respect...

M6, glad you've finally managed to get that order, sounds like a horrible ten years. I hope your local magistrates (or whoever, luckily never needed to get one!) are ashamed it took them so long to grant it.
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 14:24, closed)
this pattern emerges slowly like a magic-eye puzzle. You look at it until a message appears which tells you, politely, to MAN THE FUCK UP.

an ignore button?! So there is!
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 14:33, closed)
So you're doing the whole Internet a service?
Well done you.

Tell me, have you ever heard a song called, "A boy named Sue"?
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 14:42, closed)
I see what you've done there...
you've erroneously put a comma between "called" and the name of the song.
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 14:51, closed)
I think that the last sentence....
the bit bit where I said "in my mind", is sort of give away. A bit like people that have a fear of dogs because they've been bitten before, or even those that have a fear of snakes, despite having never been bitten at all.
Never mind you've already proven well beyond reasonable doubt that you are somewhat of a fuckwit. You have no place here and probably not on this planet either, if you can't find the funny side of even the darkest situation.
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 8:45, closed)
right then... so, if we're taking this all VERY SERIOUSLY...
because I took a dig at your post that qualifies me unworthy to be "on this planet"? Well done!

I do find things funny, except when they aren't funny... see how it works?!
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 10:03, closed)
When I was five,
I used to hit people and run away, and if/when they caught me I'd protest, "I was only joking you muppet! God, haven't you got a sense of humour?!".

I often wondered why I had no friends.
(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 13:01, closed)
Totally relate to this!
Yep, I know just what you mean. My ex-wife is a "ginge" and I'm sure is pretty mentally unstable. 2 years on the divorce continues...
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 9:37, closed)
That's nothing!
I met a group of black teenagers once and they stole my brand-new Nike cap! Now they elected a guy who's half-black as president of the USA -- what the fuck is he going to steal from me??

I usually sit on the fence regarding the whole ginger predjudice being racial predjudice thing because jokes about anything can be funny -- but merely lumping people together by hair color and assuming they have similar personalities is just moronic.
(, Tue 2 Mar 2010, 18:02, closed)

(, Thu 4 Mar 2010, 10:04, closed)

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