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cocky4ever

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In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

Yesterday, 07:24 PM

View PostUKBengals, on 26 January 2015 - 07:13 PM, said:

Also, the spelling of millenials in the thread title is driving me crazy, but since the thread is a giant train wreck, it seems apt and shall remain so.


I was gonna bring it up once we got to a double digit page count but forgot...





Also, I know some of you were asking for examples of what smokeyone was referring to. I think this is a good example of some of the kind of sh!t we can expect to start seeing...


http://www.cp24.com/...laced-1.2206557

In Topic: Which side of your brain are you living in?

Yesterday, 01:16 PM

View PostSECats, on 25 January 2015 - 07:04 PM, said:

I'm more of a boob man.


So you aren't living in either side of your brain right?? You're actually living in a completely different head altogether.

In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

Yesterday, 01:14 PM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 12:53 PM, said:

First- I do not believe smokey has accurately and objectively portrayed the details of that specific case.

Secondly- IF the details are correct, as you've understood and transcribed them, then the offended individual should have gone to HR privately rather than said anything publicly in the meeting.

1- I'm sure you're probably right about that


2- I think she had a right to speak up, but you're probably right that it would've been in her best interest to go to HR privately. Generally in these types of cases it's about who gets to HR first regardless of the events.

In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

Yesterday, 12:41 PM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 11:29 AM, said:

Why do people do this?
Do you think this theoretical meeting that smokey referenced (I'm sure he included ALL details from a purely objective perspecti....LOL, sorry...couldnt do it) included detailed descriptions of "[a person] getting rooted by another dude..."

Do you REALLY think thats what happened in that alleged meeting?
Do you think a gay guy got up in front of the company and talked about how he enjoys the sensation of penis entering his anus, repeatedly?

:lanekiffin: off with that bullPosted Image non sequitur argument.

No, IF this meeting happened, it was likely a guy getting up in front of others and explaining how he came out of the closet, and then some idiot in the audience heard that and immediately began thinking of gay sex, because they have the maturity of a 13 year old.

That'd be like me giving an innocuous depiction of how I met my wife and later proposed to her and then some dumbass in my listening audience equating that to my marital duties (i.e., me plowing my wife, when it was not in the stated story at all)

Well this is what Smokey said fwiw....


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Homosexual then shares his first sexual experiance with the group and how his prefernce in position and partners has evolved




If a straight person was describing the time they lost their virginity and then went on to talk about how they've changed from a dominant or submissive role, and the different positions and traits they liked......like how they went from a tit man to an ass man, and then a lady complained to HR about the contents of the meeting I think she would have a legitimate gripe. If the two people talk about it in their office or whatever then no one gives a sh!t, but in a meeting everyone has to sit there and hear it. And if the guy was mature enough to talk about all of that in a meeting then he should be mature enough to understand that not everyone wants to hear that sh!t. And it quite possibly has nothing to do with the fact that he's gay because plenty of people wouldn't want to sit in a meeting listening to that kind of stuff from a straight guy. Why does he have the right to stand in front of everyone and go into detail about all that kind of stuff? I personally wouldn't give a sh!t if he did, but if someone has a problem with it I think they have the right to go to HR. There is a time and place for everything, and you have to know your audience. There are plenty of things I share with people at work, but at the same time I wouldn't share them with people if I didn't know how they would take it. And if I did, only to have the person complain it's no one's fault but my own. Same with the gay guy. He could've just said he'd answer the question offline.

In Topic: why are milinials so f ed up?

Yesterday, 11:24 AM

View PostA. Pilgrim, on 26 January 2015 - 11:11 AM, said:

This post is literally nonsensical.

He was forced to "suspend reality?"

LOLWTF?

Its the other person's NAME
WTF should he care what that other person wants to be called?

BTW- what is YOUR "given name?"

I think the suspended reality part comes from having to refer to the person as a male. And while I agree that smokey goes over the top(and finds isolated incidents then assumes the problem is a widespread concern), I do think he pointed out some decent examples of what could turn into a problem. I don't think it's appropriate for a business meeting to turn towards sexual preferences, and if it does then everyone should be mature enough to hear from all sides. If you're grown enough to tell a group of people how you like getting rooted by another dude you should be grown enough to handle it when someone tells you that they don't care to hear about it. If you work at a place with a dress code then follow the dress code of your gender and move on. If you don't want to then find another job. There has to be some kind of system in place. The more people there are who have a world revolving around them the more likely it is that world's will collide. And that applies to people on both sides of issues in these cases.