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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    I noticed the word, "Jap". That word has derogatory terms, because of the US arm forces in WORLD WAR II. And it is incredibly racist for today's time. The Japanese government take no tolerance for those derogatory terms. But if these Japanese had never made war with USA, it wouldn't be be derogatory in today's time. So that much is their faults.

    So please refrain from using "Jap" as a derogatory terms. We do not want racists here.


    Besides all this, I get your point of the story. I think all men should avoid women at some point.
    Oh - oh, P.C.P.C. is on the case.

    Police Constable for Political Correctness.

    I guess we'll all have to mind our fucking manners!

    BTW, I also thought CPRA was referring to the Japanese. Didn't really give a shit, though I'll admit we don't need to give our detractors ammunition.

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    Jack-

    In the US, a typical beer is 12 ounces. There’s 16 ounces in a pint.

    There’s 24 cans in a case here too, but the cans are a third smaller.

    Regardless, anybody who drinks 2 cases a day is gonna be dead soon…..

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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Oh - oh, P.C.P.C. is on the case.

    Police Constable for Political Correctness.

    I guess we'll all have to mind our fucking manners!

    BTW, I also thought CPRA was referring to the Japanese. Didn't really give a shit, though I'll admit we don't need to give our detractors ammunition.

    I mean, UNBOXXED first informed me about the word, "JAP", when I was describing my relationship experience with a beautiful Japanese in my welcome post. That relationship was shot to hell, and she had a fling with her previous boyfriend, (not ex), then they broke up.

    After that relationshit ended several years ago, My best buddy from the army found out about her for me, and he told me that this Japanese chick has now 2 kids. So, I'm guessing she hit the wall, and she didn't even give me a closure, after that major fallout.

    This tells me, that she didn't even care about me.

    Fuck asian women. I don't trust them at all.
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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    By the way, just for the record, the word JAP is not racist. Japanese is not a race. Asian is a race, Japanese is a nationality. Don't be so quick to guillotine people without even understanding this simple fact. Is JAP a derogatory term for Japanese people? YES. Is it a racist term? NO

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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    The proper derogatory racist remark for the Japanese is "nip", not to be confused with the gooks or slopes on mainland Asia... <dark_humor/off>
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    Thank you Walt Kowalski…..
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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    The proper derogatory racist remark for the Japanese is "nip", not to be confused with the gooks or slopes on mainland Asia... <dark_humor/off>
    Their all just names to me, but I'll try not to use them. Nip and jap were WW II. I think slope and gook were Vietnam era, don't remember any WW II vets using those terms. Korea, it was commie bastards or chinks. They might of invented gook but Vietnam was more likely.
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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    FWIW, because people's knowledge bases are different, I try to adopt the literary/journalism practice of defining an acronym in my first use of it in any writing. Then, for subsequent uses in that writing I'll use the acronym that I just defined. This both educates and, at times, prevents misunderstandings.
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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Survivor64 View Post
    Jack-

    In the US, a typical beer is 12 ounces. There’s 16 ounces in a pint.

    There’s 24 cans in a case here too, but the cans are a third smaller.

    Regardless, anybody who drinks 2 cases a day is gonna be dead soon…..
    Ah, thanks for that. Now I understand that Eddie was exaggerating to make a point. Fair enough.

    So 2 cases would be 12 x 48 = 576 U.S. ounces / 36 U.S. pints / ~ 17 litres or just under 30 of our pints. What a light-weight soup-drinker!

    Whew, all that calculating has made my head hurt. I think I’ll crack open a cold one.

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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jackoff View Post
    Ah, thanks for that. Now I understand that Eddie was exaggerating to make a point. Fair enough.

    So 2 cases would be 12 x 48 = 576 U.S. ounces / 36 U.S. pints / ~ 17 litres or just under 30 of our pints. What a light-weight soup-drinker!

    Whew, all that calculating has made my head hurt. I think I’ll crack open a cold one.
    Yeah, I don’t know if he finishes the 2nd case very often but I know he needs more than 1 case before he will pass out.

    The father in law who’s around 60 and a physicians assistant in the ER — went on a cruise with them and he reached the 12 drink daily limit by about 1pm. He got mad that the wife wouldn’t give him some of her drinks and started cussing…somehow he was able to order two bottles of champagne which he was working on when his wife returned to the room later in the day. He has the swollen liver or whatever it is that makes the belly super huge. For my exes mother he is her 4th marriage so she knows if he dies she will get his money/house. If she cared anything about him she wouldn’t have married him until he got over the severe alcoholism. He even came to the hospital drunk when she had open heart surgery…backed into another car in the parking lot but they didn’t say anything.

    The crazy thing about both these alcoholics is that you don’t even know they are drunk. Maybe it’s because you always see them drunk so that’s just who they are.

    In both cases, these men are married to wall bashed, fat, ditzy, money hungry, men haters. The mother having been married 4 times and dated countless numbers of men has attitude that it’s always men doing her wrong. Regardless, I kinda get why both these men haven’t found inspiration to get help.

    Anyone ever notice how so many married men are alcoholics or become alcoholics?

    The biggest question I’ve always had is how do these married men have sex with their land whales who have also decided dressing comfy is their priority? I mean yeah you can just use porn but your land whale expects you to sex her pretty regularly….if you don’t she’s going to make a big thing out of it. Then she can get the itch to cheat with some simp and take the kids/money…basically ruin their life forever. Ugh, I think I need a drink just thinking about it.
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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    While I"m at this, my questions is this: DO PREP-NUP EVEN WORK??? Dozen of men do it, and some who do, get screwed by the judge, because oh my fucking life, he think it's barbaric, or some shit.
    It depends.

    In the USA, each state, territory, and Native tribe has its own marriage/family/divorce laws.

    Also, you can get married in one state and get divorced in another.

    There is some uniformity, but each state is unique.

    Most states follow the doctrine of "community property." You each come into the marriage with your own stuff, but once you get married, every penny and item of property earned or accumulated during the marriage is community property, commonly held, and divided by two upon divorce. Normally, you keep what you brought to the marriage.

    For example, if you won the lottery the day before the marriage, that money is yours. You win the lottery ten minutes after you say "I do," it is community property. You work for a company for 20 years and earned a pension. If you were married during the whole 20 years, the pension is divided in half. If you were married for only 10 of those years, you get 75% and she gets 25%.

    A pre-nup might strengthen the point that you should keep what you brought into the marriage.

    However, in many jurisdictions, courts just tear up that pre-nup. A new tactic is to claim that the pre-nup was signed under duress, or without legal counsel, etc.

    The most viable pre-nup for a man with many assets would set aside money for the future wife that would give her X amount in case of divorce after a certain number of years, but 2X amount if the marriage lasted a respectable amount of time, like 20 years.

    Another way to strengthen a pre-nup would be to agree to arbitration by someone acceptable to both sides before going to adversarial litigation.

    Then, there is alimony. A common tactic is to argue that, while Cupcake was a waitress/unemployed Medieval Lesbian Poetry professor/crackhead, she had become accustomed to the standard of living your provided. Therefore, after divorce, she should recieve a stipend in order "to maintain her to standard of living she has become accustomed to."

    Not every state has alimony; i.e. California and Tennessee. However, the government will do anything to keep a woman from becoming "a ward of the state/a drain on the taxpayer," so "support payments" will be awarded to the less employable/unemployed divorcee in order to occupationally 'rehabilitate' him or her. Ideally, the ex-spouse will argue that they were just about to complete that college degree when they fell in love with her future husband, dropped out of college, and worked to support her husband through medical school. The money is designed so she can transition from stay-at-home wife to employed single.

    Some states have uncontested divorces that are quick (6 months) and painless. Both parties come up with a plan to divide assets, submit it with the application to the judge, separate for the 6 month cooling off period, and if the judge doesn't hear from either of you, at the 7th month he signs an order and attaches it to your plan. The division plan is legally binding.
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    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Their all just names to me, but I'll try not to use them. Nip and Jap were WW II. I think slope and gook were Vietnam era, don't remember any WW II vets using those terms. Korea, it was commie bastards or chinks. They might of invented gook but Vietnam was more likely.
    Yep, "slope", "gook". and "dink" were from the Vietnam Conflict. Hell, I was serving stateside during the last days, and heard them all.

    Nothing new here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Captain View Post
    Yep, "slope", "gook". and "dink" were from the Vietnam Conflict. Hell, I was serving stateside during the last days, and heard them all.

    Nothing new here.
    "Gook" had its origins in the Korean conflict. "Han-gook" translated from the Korean language to "Korean person." "Han-gool" is "Korean language."

    GIs shortened "han-gook" to just plain "gook." Since some troops who were privates and corporals in the early 1950s in Korea were sergeants in the mid-1960s when troops first started deploying to Vietnam, the phrase transferred to the new conflict. Also, with lots of troops rotating through a tour in Korea, they were exposed to the term "han-gook."
    An escort is a woman you occasionally financially support only when she has sex with you.

    A date is a woman you occasionally financially support in the hope she will have sex with you.

    A wife is a woman you constantly financially support even when she is not having sex with you.

    An ex-wife is a woman you constantly financially support with alimony so she can have sex......with someone else.

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    If a woman comes into the relationship with much more money than the man, the advice for her to get a prenup would have the tone of a demand. That's different, though. It seems to me that women object to any kind of prenup because they see men's financial productivity as inherently being for women. So when a man wants a prenup, it strikes women as fundamentally wrong. But when a woman wants a prenup, it strikes them as fundamentally right.

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    Re: A Woman on reality show, (video clip on instagram) asks her boyfriend, "WHY DO WE NEED A PRE-NUP???" AND HER BOYFRIEND INSIST ON IT.

    Quote Originally Posted by Katsu View Post
    If a woman comes into the relationship with much more money than the man, the advice for her to get a prenup would have the tone of a demand. That's different, though. It seems to me that women object to any kind of prenup because they see men's financial productivity as inherently being for women. So when a man wants a prenup, it strikes women as fundamentally wrong. But when a woman wants a prenup, it strikes them as fundamentally right.
    Dual standards in a nutshell.


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