Discussion in 'Current Events' started by stevethrower, Nov 23, 2012.
The girl tutoring me in Spanish pulled that gag. Good times. Wasn't an adult, though she did happen to be dating my best friend at the time.
Damn, that's a horny girl.
Good for her. No jail.
She's an odd looking broad, but I can see how a 16 year old would get rock hard fucking her. Shit, who am I kidding, I'd drop loads on her crooked nose at 45. She's what we would refer to as a good egg around these parts.
Now wtf is up with all these fucking tattle-tales? Goddamn, let the kids have fun with the horny teacher fercrissakes.
Walton, NY. AKA the middle of nowheresville. She is probably a ten in that neck of the woods.
fucking rats ruin everything
Why you holding out?
You've never been invited to one of fletcher's "tutoring sessions"? I guess it's understandable, his schedule is packed pretty full.
I would love to see what effect this had on their grades.
Those were supposed to be kept secret. Thanks for letting the cat out of the bag.
I need tutoring in particle physics. When should I swing by?
I wanted to make an additional joke about you "swinging bi", by it just wasn't going to work without changing the set-up to the joke I was already making. It would've been way too wordy.
"You helped me so much in particle physics. You're really cool about people swinging bi."
No. The joke was me wanting to be "tutored" by fletcher. Also, I'm gay so I can't use the "bi" part of it in reference to myself.
Oh, okay. Well fletcher's tutoring session's do have to take place at the casa del fletcher. Something something tutoring "I didn't know you'd swing by." or "But I heard great things about you swinging by."
I like that second one.
This lesson in Porno Dialogue 101 would be great if it wasn't so gay.
She's got a Chloe Sevigny thing going on. Like the fist of an angry god.
Do you think there are more mostly straight guys that would consider themselves bi, or more mostly gay guys that consider themselves bi?
Based on Wackbag, I'd go with the former.
I can honestly say I've never questioned my sexual preferences, always was one for the ladies.
That's kind of a fucked up question. First, you really can't say define a person's bisexuality as leaning toward heterosexuality or homosexuality because it exists as a separate sexual orientation. The wording also implies that bisexuality is contrived to the point that those who identify as bisexual are just "imperfect" gays or straights.
To answer your question, I don't know. I would imagine that it's a perfectly mixed bag. I'm not aware of any study that has been that specific.
I didn't realize it was a fucking up question, and I never meant to say they're imperfect gays. I'll explain further, hopefully.
Don't some bisexual people have preferences? Take girls for example, I've dated a few who identified themselves as bisexual (beyond just making out with a friend while drunk) and they preferred men most of the time. Does that not fit into the "label"? Does a bisexual have to be equally attracted to both sexes? I've also found (in my personal experiences) that girls who are for the most part heterosexual are much more open to bisexuality than girls who are gay.
For example, a girl who picks someone of the opposite sex as her partner is more likely to be open to sex with another girl, than a girl who picks another girl as her partner would be open to sex with a man (again, based on my experience).
Basically what I was asking was, which would be more likely (partner being someone they actually date long term/"marry"/life partner/etc):
A man who picks a female partner but remains open to sex with another man, or...
A man who picks a male partner but remains open to sex with a women.
I've met guys that date women who also are bisexual, but never met guys who date other guys who are also bisexual. That's all I was wondering.
I understood what you meant by it, but the way it was worded was sort of similar to asking what state of water ice leans toward, gas or liquid. It's already its own state. That's what I meant.
And you're right. Most bisexuals do have a preference. As I stated above, answering the original question, I have no idea what the prevalence for different preferences are among bisexuals.
Social pressure from both the gay and straight communities is very impactful on the lives of bisexuals, unfortunately. It's hard to say which would be occur more in the absence of that factor.