You really are pathetic and dishonest. I just told you that it's not true and gave my personal example. I'm sure other members have similar opinions to my own. Yet you can't admit that you're wrong. That's just sad.
and boys use love to get sex.
I say f**k that s**t.
You are an idiot.
Quit while you're behind.
First one. Me saying 'yes' was in agreeing with OAA's example and yes that there are others out there who think like him in respect to the discussion. I should have bolded the bits I needed, so I'll give you that one, not that it justifies your insults. Before you go in guns blazing, it might help to ask questions first, as I would have hoped the rest of my post would have communicated my feelings better than my misuse of the quoting feature. Heck, there's a disclaimer in my signature that says I don't always proofread my posts and may end up making mistakes. A lot of my posts are made late at night and I don't always have the attention span once I've finished typing.
The second. You're picking me up on a colloquialism, one that means I refuse to accept the statement and in the context of my post, means I refuse to use love for sex (which is what I quoted), just read the rest of my post talking about it. In it I'm pretty much offering my own view in reference to what I was agreeing with OAA on. If I thought Joe was pathetic and dishonest, I would have added more to my argument. Instead, what I ended up saying was:
If sex is your goal in a relationship, then it is a shallow relationship, but if it's what the 2 of you want, you're 2 consenting adults, so do what makes the two of you happy. Different people are different,
It's pretty much a, "well you do what makes you happy". If I had a problem with his line of thinking to the degree that I'd insult him for it, I wouldn't have said that or offered other posts in the past where I've been accepting of it. The bit that follows the above quote is telling him that it's not universal, that not all guys have the same train of thought, hence 'individual differences'.
You might pick up the word 'shallow' there. If it's just about sex, it's lacking depth, therefore shallow.
Back to the point, I use colloquialisms from time to time, because I dig that kinda s**t. Is the phrase insulting? No. Is the use of profanity? f**k no. Casual swearing is not an insult to anybody.
So no, I won't quit. I don't let people walk all over me, so don't think I'm gonna let you have that chance.
However, you've not actually addressed my other points.