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Groovypoodle writes, "My mate once told his girlfriend that he didn't think it was working only for her to laugh and tell him he was hilarious. Saying she was 'too weird' and 'slightly violent' and that he didn't like her was equally hilarious. Ripping off her wing mirror, throwing it through the windscreen
and storming off in a huff merely generated an apology from her a week later..."

Just how hard have you had to work to get someone to take the hint and stay dumped?

(, Thu 5 Jun 2008, 10:33)
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I have been a prize bastard in my time pt1...
The nastiest I have ever been was when I got monumentally drunk one night and pulled what can only (kindly) be described as a Hipocrocadogapig at some dodgy indie club in Leicester.

She, taking advantage of the bad lighting and to be honest piss poor beer induced judgement, managed to drag me back to her place for some Hot-Blubbery-Lovin. All was well for a while, my stellavision preventing me from seeing that I was humping some kind of land based manatee.

Unfortunately for this failed experiment in human animal hybrids, after about 1/2 an hour "in her company" I began to sober up a little too much.
I began to realise that the lads in my university halls would hear about this.
The terrors of the kangaroo court session that would inevitably follow worried me more than a little (there's more than QOTW entry in that little lot I tell you).

Eventually it all got to much, my self esteem and outright cowardice overpowered any guilt I may have felt.
It should be noted at this point this still do not feel too guilty and maintain that she took advantage of me in my drunken state.
I "withdrew" from the scene and started to dress myself hurriedly.

"What's going on," she asked "you didn't finish did you?"
"No," I replied struggling into my jeans "I've just sobered up too much to carry on!"

Exit Magenta Ninja stage left with a the flubber crying in the corner.

Length? its just the right size (apparently)
(, Sun 8 Jun 2008, 18:53, 5 replies)
A click just for...

Well done.
(, Sun 8 Jun 2008, 19:29, closed)
Oh you bastard :P
(, Sun 8 Jun 2008, 21:22, closed)
so you were worried about being bullied by your 'mates'...
I think 'self-esteem' might not have been the word you were looking for there.
(, Mon 9 Jun 2008, 4:11, closed)
Well she can't expect much pulling in a club...
Unless she's thoroughly deluded she'd have to know she's fairly repulsive to the opposite sex.

At least you didn't have to chew your arm off to escape rather than waking her up...
(, Mon 9 Jun 2008, 13:32, closed)
My mate. Similar situation.
"Are you ashamed of me?"

"No, I'm ashamed of myself."
(, Mon 9 Jun 2008, 14:13, closed)

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