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Abused Men & Psycho Chicks
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Posted 10/18/07
My brother-in-law went out with a psycho. She was abusive and controlling and when he tried to beak up with her, she would threaten to commit suicide. He was so scared that her family would blame him for her death (if she kills herself) that he stayed in that relationship for 3 years. Finally, after her hundreds of threats to kill herself, he said, "Fuck it, if she dies, then good for me." So, he broke up with her. Seeing how she said she couldn't live without him, I thought she was going to die. It's been two years now, and she's still alive. My BIL was stupid enough to stay with someone he didn't care about for such a long time. I think that sometimes guys are so stupid. Girls can manipulate the hell out of them.
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Posted 10/26/07

ahojcookie wrote:

If you wonder where the fuck this came from, it's just that I can't help but marvel at a certain group of male victims including some of my friends. While complaining about their violent psycho girlfriends 24/7 and I mean really non stop, they never seriously break up. Now we all heard about the vice versa case, but that's another thing.

So my friend xy will drop by and start: I broke up with her once and for all,she hit me on the head with a frying pan and actually pulled a knife at me while I was still dizzy...then the police came, they had to rescue me...

Me: Good thing you got rid of her. Sounds dangerous .

He: I feel so much better now that I'm free of Ms.Psycho .

Two weeks later they're back together. I stopped taking these guys serious now, that I can't help the feeling they actually want this drama, including the violence.

Another thing I noticed, men who got screwed over really bad by their ex will constantly want to talk about it. You tell them, that was four years ago, it's time you get over it. And they'll agree but at the same time beg for you to listen to every little detail of their humiliation. Not just friends, complete strangers as well.

So do you think these guys actually need to be abused in a relationship?
Do psycho chicks have something about them that I missed?


masochist?
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I went out with a psycho. I don't like talking about it at all. In fact I would be embarrassed to give out detail about him. How could I even go out with such a freak? --__--;

People who constantly talk about it are probably just proud that they have a story to tell.
Posted 2/16/09
It provides excitement in a relationship.
You know how fucking boring missionary gets?
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no thanks.
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i dont know them.i dont personally care.let them be abused if they so wish.
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Posted 2/16/09

SeductiveGerbil wrote:

It provides excitement in a relationship.
You know how fucking boring missionary gets?


do you?
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Posted 2/16/09

Aranas wrote:


6. They don’t want to get shanked…

For some reason this made me laugh, the way you put it. Mauz is correct though, people dont really like throwing things away, even if it was the wrong choice at the start. I suppose you could put it as building a bridge over water, or building a bridge in the middle of the desert. Not that all of that makes much sense :P


*stares at avatar*

Pretty.....


*snaps back*



Could be that trap that Mauz is speaking about, and maybe that they just fail at meeting other girls
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i know we all love it
Posted 2/16/09
Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.
Posted 2/16/09

Gaia93 wrote:

Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.

A sick thrill that 24% of the population is into.
Posted 2/16/09

SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:

Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.

A sick thrill that 24% of the population is into.


Interesting.
Posted 2/16/09

Gaia93 wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:

Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.

A sick thrill that 24% of the population is into.


Interesting.

I'll pick you up at 7.
Posted 2/16/09

SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:

Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.

A sick thrill that 24% of the population is into.


Interesting.

I'll pick you up at 7.


Didn't you learn your lesson the last time?
Posted 2/16/09

Gaia93 wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Gaia93 wrote:

Maybe some guys like to be abused, I guess it's some kind of sick sexual thrill

Anyway, I don't think you should worry about your friends, it's there problem not yours. I have someone in my family with the same predicument as your friends, but I just ignore it. Because they chose to stay, and I don't feel like hearing them bitchin' and moanin' about it.

A sick thrill that 24% of the population is into.


Interesting.

I'll pick you up at 7.


Didn't you learn your lesson the last time?

What last time?
This is our first time.
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