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The “Inappropriate” Conversation

27 May

 

There have been very few occasions in my life in which, if I have nothing better to do, that I will stop having a conversation with someone, especially if that conversation is online. I’ve had many a conversation with people who choose to be inappropriately forward, or whatever it may be. At worst, I humor these people, and find what they have to say funny (I don’t get offended easily). At best, I actually enjoy the conversation.

Recently, I was telling a friend about a chat I was having (online) with a person who is generally very forward, and what I would consider…inappropriate. The chat itself wasn’t inappropriate, but my friend prompted me to stop chatting with this person. I thought that was strange, especially considering I will chat with really anyone. I’ve actually been called someones “hero” for my replies (yes, I’m that awesome at comebacks).

When do things become too inappropriate or people become to forward for you? At what point do you become offended? Do you just stop talking to people when they become crude, or do you humor them?

The Plight of a Blogger

27 May

Random person (female): I saw that blog you posted about me! I’m so offended!

Me: What blog?

Random person: The blog where you said this and this and this.

Me: That wasn’t about you; I haven’t written a blog about you.

Random person: Just tell me to my face! I can’t believe you wrote that about me!

Me: I was unaware you had a penis. I explicitly said he.

Random person: Well, I’m sure that was so I wouldn’t think it was about me. You didn’t think I would find out? I’m not THAT stupid!

Me: Well, obviously you are, because it wasn’t about you. But if you wanna think that, go right on ahead! Maybe you should suck that dick of yours while you’re at it.

 

This is a completely fictional conversation. Random person (female) is not an alias for anyone I know now, have known in the past, or will know if the future. Me is also nonexistent. Unless of course you remember having this conversation with Me, or find that your name is in fact “Random person (female)”. Any resemblance to actual people is purely coincidental.