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#44 - Or you get a pre-determined rough amount of money to pay with … 07/12/2014 on Have you read the description? 0
#44 - Oh, but you just replied to b8  [+] (1 new reply) 07/12/2014 on Check this joke out :O -1
User avatar #45 - volksunion (07/12/2014) [-]
cool
#42 - I didn't even see the post and I can already confirm that it w…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Check this joke out :O -1
User avatar #43 - volksunion (07/12/2014) [-]
it was obviously bait
User avatar #44 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, but you just replied to b8
User avatar #45 - volksunion (07/12/2014) [-]
cool
#59 - >implying there's anything wrong with this generation that … 07/12/2014 on teenagers are sluts nowadays 0
#56 - The first one? What? 07/12/2014 on Stick it in the pooper 0
#56 - Not really much of a shitstorm, fabulous and sparkly boy 07/12/2014 on internet drug dealer 0
#74 - Figured, b0ss 07/12/2014 on ITT: Fap Stories 0
#72 - Hey, hey, calm down, I'm just joking Sorry, that was proba…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/12/2014 on ITT: Fap Stories 0
User avatar #73 - pwnagraphy (07/12/2014) [-]
I was kidding. But no I seriously would not save them, so it's all up to you
User avatar #74 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Figured, b0ss
#69 - PM me, uh, the, uh, source, for uh, science fuck yes…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/12/2014 on ITT: Fap Stories +1
User avatar #71 - pwnagraphy (07/12/2014) [-]
Are you implying I saved pictures of my fucking mother getting fucked and that I would fap to them even knowing?

I mean your right that I would but that shit's dangerous to keep on you're computer at home
User avatar #72 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Hey, hey, calm down, I'm just joking
Sorry, that was probably pretty insensitive of me if you're story is true.
User avatar #73 - pwnagraphy (07/12/2014) [-]
I was kidding. But no I seriously would not save them, so it's all up to you
User avatar #74 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Figured, b0ss
#136 - Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear 0
#135 - Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedor… 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
#132 - Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res. Do you have… 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear 0
#129 - Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. Th…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#34 - Shit, fuck, sorry. What? Am I late? 07/12/2014 on D&D Stories #9 0
#124 - Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you? Do you think he w…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -2
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#122 - Picture 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear +1
#121 - Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is a…  [+] (10 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#117 - Well, I am the holder of the one true opinion, so, you know.…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear 0
User avatar #120 - targaryren (07/12/2014) [-]
I understand
carry on, you brave brave soul
#122 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
#115 - No, it was his girlfriend's, obviously. What about it? Is ever…  [+] (12 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #118 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
yes. That's an invasion of privacy. That's the part where him being a dick starts.

If you don't think that's a dick move in and of itself, that's your call, but others would disagree. The rest of his douchebaggery was explained in my earlier comment.
User avatar #121 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is an invasion of privacy?
Holy shit, next you're going to tell me we should execute the boyfriend for being a male
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#113 - It's not my opinion, it's what happened. Invasion of priva…  [+] (14 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #114 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
was it his phone?
User avatar #115 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
No, it was his girlfriend's, obviously. What about it? Is every person ever forbidden from checking another person's phone that's literally right next to them and they hear it go off?
User avatar #118 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
yes. That's an invasion of privacy. That's the part where him being a dick starts.

If you don't think that's a dick move in and of itself, that's your call, but others would disagree. The rest of his douchebaggery was explained in my earlier comment.
User avatar #121 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is an invasion of privacy?
Holy shit, next you're going to tell me we should execute the boyfriend for being a male
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#111 - Do you honestly think that your girlfriend being texted "…  [+] (16 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #112 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
that's your opinion, and that's not the point. The invasion of privacy was a problem
User avatar #113 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
It's not my opinion, it's what happened.
Invasion of privacy? You mean hearing a phone go off and looking in it's general direction? That'd probably lead to, I don't know, seeing a text preview if you know anything about how phones work.
Seeing some random bastard saying "Hello my dear" to your girlfriend HAS to set off some alarms. Plus, I would probably check the text preview and who it was from to see if it was an urgent message I needed to wake up my girlfriend to deliver immediately, like someone dying or being injured. After all, it is 2 AM and most people are asleep or wouldn't bother another person at that time.
User avatar #114 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
was it his phone?
User avatar #115 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
No, it was his girlfriend's, obviously. What about it? Is every person ever forbidden from checking another person's phone that's literally right next to them and they hear it go off?
User avatar #118 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
yes. That's an invasion of privacy. That's the part where him being a dick starts.

If you don't think that's a dick move in and of itself, that's your call, but others would disagree. The rest of his douchebaggery was explained in my earlier comment.
User avatar #121 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is an invasion of privacy?
Holy shit, next you're going to tell me we should execute the boyfriend for being a male
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#109 - Right, it would be disrespectful to use a term like that, I su…  [+] (18 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #110 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What aspect of what I said was stupid? elaborate.
What are the symptoms of autism, and why were those symptoms not relevant in the context wherein I used the term? elaborate.

User avatar #111 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Do you honestly think that your girlfriend being texted "Hello my darling" at 2 AM, in any situation, is acceptable?
Would you simply see the preview of her ex saying that, and then disregard it? No, you wouldn't, no matter how much you claim you would. You would engage conversation with him, probably.
The boyfriend was completely in his right, he was defending his place as the boyfriend of the woman.
User avatar #112 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
that's your opinion, and that's not the point. The invasion of privacy was a problem
User avatar #113 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
It's not my opinion, it's what happened.
Invasion of privacy? You mean hearing a phone go off and looking in it's general direction? That'd probably lead to, I don't know, seeing a text preview if you know anything about how phones work.
Seeing some random bastard saying "Hello my dear" to your girlfriend HAS to set off some alarms. Plus, I would probably check the text preview and who it was from to see if it was an urgent message I needed to wake up my girlfriend to deliver immediately, like someone dying or being injured. After all, it is 2 AM and most people are asleep or wouldn't bother another person at that time.
User avatar #114 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
was it his phone?
User avatar #115 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
No, it was his girlfriend's, obviously. What about it? Is every person ever forbidden from checking another person's phone that's literally right next to them and they hear it go off?
User avatar #118 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
yes. That's an invasion of privacy. That's the part where him being a dick starts.

If you don't think that's a dick move in and of itself, that's your call, but others would disagree. The rest of his douchebaggery was explained in my earlier comment.
User avatar #121 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is an invasion of privacy?
Holy shit, next you're going to tell me we should execute the boyfriend for being a male
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#106 - If your girlfriend gets a text at 2 in the morning, the noise …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear 0
#116 - targaryren (07/12/2014) [-]
are you seriously going to comment to everyone
User avatar #117 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Well, I am the holder of the one true opinion, so, you know.
Gotta educate the masses.
User avatar #120 - targaryren (07/12/2014) [-]
I understand
carry on, you brave brave soul
#122 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
#105 - Are you really autistic or is it some weird internet pretend thing?  [+] (20 new replies) 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear -1
User avatar #108 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
I was trying to explain this to a person who said they had aspergers. I'm not autistic.
User avatar #109 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Right, it would be disrespectful to use a term like that, I suppose.
So you're just stupid, right?
User avatar #110 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What aspect of what I said was stupid? elaborate.
What are the symptoms of autism, and why were those symptoms not relevant in the context wherein I used the term? elaborate.

User avatar #111 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Do you honestly think that your girlfriend being texted "Hello my darling" at 2 AM, in any situation, is acceptable?
Would you simply see the preview of her ex saying that, and then disregard it? No, you wouldn't, no matter how much you claim you would. You would engage conversation with him, probably.
The boyfriend was completely in his right, he was defending his place as the boyfriend of the woman.
User avatar #112 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
that's your opinion, and that's not the point. The invasion of privacy was a problem
User avatar #113 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
It's not my opinion, it's what happened.
Invasion of privacy? You mean hearing a phone go off and looking in it's general direction? That'd probably lead to, I don't know, seeing a text preview if you know anything about how phones work.
Seeing some random bastard saying "Hello my dear" to your girlfriend HAS to set off some alarms. Plus, I would probably check the text preview and who it was from to see if it was an urgent message I needed to wake up my girlfriend to deliver immediately, like someone dying or being injured. After all, it is 2 AM and most people are asleep or wouldn't bother another person at that time.
User avatar #114 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
was it his phone?
User avatar #115 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
No, it was his girlfriend's, obviously. What about it? Is every person ever forbidden from checking another person's phone that's literally right next to them and they hear it go off?
User avatar #118 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
yes. That's an invasion of privacy. That's the part where him being a dick starts.

If you don't think that's a dick move in and of itself, that's your call, but others would disagree. The rest of his douchebaggery was explained in my earlier comment.
User avatar #121 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Wait? Seriously? Sending a passing glance over to a phone is an invasion of privacy?
Holy shit, next you're going to tell me we should execute the boyfriend for being a male
User avatar #123 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
What?
It would be an invasion of privacy regardless of the genders of the people involved. This doesn't have shit to do with gender. You don't go through the text messages of someone else's phone, it's an invasion of privacy. End of story. Why do you think the NSA gathering that data is a problem?
User avatar #124 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Oh, I see, you're a bit new, aren't you?
Do you think he was hunched over in the dark obsessively checking his girlfriend's phone for text messages?
I've said this already and you seemed to ignore it, so I'll say it again. Judging from the fact his girlfriend supposedly fell asleep in his arms, and therefore there is a good chance she had her phone near her, he heard her phone go off.
No, really, humans actually DO have a sense of hearing, pretty amazing.
So, like literally anyone else would do in this situation, he glances at the phone. (Note: not rubbing his hands together in an evil / conniving fashion)
He sees a text from a man saying "Hello dear"
If you were in his situation, would you let that slide?
No, no you wouldn't.
User avatar #126 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
your adding a lot of ifs to a situation that at it's core is a violation of privacy.

Tell me, do you think she will be happy to know he did that? Let's gender bend them, since you for some reason implied this had to do with gender, would he be happy if she had done that?

Yes, perhaps the circumstances you suggest could have happened. That does not excuse his behavior. It does not make the violation of privacy any less of a violation of privacy. You don't check someone's facebook notifications on their computer just because you heard a sound effect, that would be an invasion of privacy. The same holds true here.
User avatar #129 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Could have happened? No, that is what happened, I'm sure. The only one applying ifs to this situation is you that at it's core is a man protecting his place as her boyfriend. I would be completely fine if my girlfriend did that.
It does excuse his behavior because he's acting with a reason, his behavior is perfectly fine. It does make the "violation of privacy" any less of a "violation of privacy" and do you even know how smart phones work?
It's more like hearing someone's facebook notifications, glancing over to see what it is, and seeing in text in a chat window at the bottom right
"Hello dear"
User avatar #137 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Well then we disagree. I imagine your not the only person who took it the way you did, just as I am not the only person who took it the way I did. But I do see you're point, regardless of whether I agree with it.
User avatar #134 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
You literally just assumed that all phones work the way that suits you're argument. I explained mine doesn't, and I'M the one making the illogical assumption here?

Also what the fuck does fedora faggotry have to do with our argument?
User avatar #136 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Also, sorry, I'm making a lot of mistakes, I am tired
User avatar #135 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Partly that you seem like you have a large collection of fedoras.
No, I'm assuming that all phones work in a way that makes the situation actually makes sense. your going out of you're way to make the boyfriend out to be a bad guy. I'm trying to explain to you that actually his behavior and how he handled the situations are perfectly reasonable.
your making the illogical assumption here that he's a bad guy. I don't know him, but I doubt he's a dick, or hunched over in the dark over his girlfriend's phone mumbling to himself excitedly over what he can do to her because of it or whatever
Okay, so let's say that he just happens to have the same phone as you. you're girlfriend gets a text at 2 AM. Someone could be in the emergency room, needing a ride, even dead. The only reason someone will contact another person at 2 AM is if they know they are awake, or delivering an urgent message. To be safe, I would have checked it too, if just to make sure everything was fine. But to get a text at 2 AM, check what it was, and see someone say "Hello dear" and sound like a huge, edgy faggot? No, I would tell them to fuck right off, especially if they were my girlfriend's ex. There's more than one problem that the ex is committing right here.
1) Texting his ex-girlfriend
2) Texting his ex-girlfriend at 2 AM
3) Doing both 1 and 2 and using the term "my dear"
4) Sounding like an autist
5) Responding in a childish way
User avatar #131 - turtlespear (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, when my smart phone gets a text message, the screen remains dark unless you press the button to light it up. Otherwise, all there is is a sound effect.

You sure are awful certain of unseen circumstances in this post... are you the boyfriend in this post?
User avatar #132 - mapleknight (07/12/2014) [-]
Funny, you assume that all phones are you'res.
Do you have a fedora collection?
#104 - What the fuck? Let me get this straight. You're with your girl… 07/12/2014 on Hello my dear +3
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