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Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Retroman76 » 29 March 2020, 21:02

For long years, I've brooded and stewed over my lack of success in relationships and finding connections. I've ruminated relentlessly over the disinterested or, at best, noncommittal attitudes I've consistently gotten from gay men particularly, but also from society overall.

So, imagine how deliciously satisfying it is to know that, thanks to the Coronavirus precautions, all the pretty, popular people--gay and straight--are hunkered down at home with nowhere to go and no one to visit or to visit them.

It's almost as though my anger reached a fission point and I managed to put a hex on the whole goddam world.

Welcome to my life, mothafuckas. This is how I live ALL. THE. TIME. No one paying the slightest attention or making any effort to include me in any gathering or event--or God forbid--showing romantic interest.

It sucks, doesn't it?

Not that I wish illness or death on anyone, but the accompanying conditions of these times have ignited in me a rather euphoric sense of vindication.

Revenge is sweet, even if not directly my doing.
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Marmaduke » 29 March 2020, 21:06

Nobody else here is as senselessly bitter and resentful as you are. As such, your position is one you get to hold all by yourself. Gladly, it does appear that being isolated is very much your métier. So nothing seems likely to change the status quo you appear so stupidly committed to staying in. Mazel tov.

Perhaps, if you made an effort to be less childishly angry all the time, people might find themselves more willing to engage with you?
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Unread postby Derek » 29 March 2020, 21:21

I missed retroman. He always makes me feel good about myself.
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Magic J » 29 March 2020, 22:24

You know, there's thousands of people who're without anyone at the moment. People too old, or infirm, or ill to have any human contact. Unequivocally victims of this horrid pandemic. I imagine it must be very lonely indeed. Quite a few of them are dying, too, and will continue to do so. Hell, it'll kill otherwise healthy folk, as well.

Retroman76 wrote:It sucks, doesn't it?

Yes.

Retroman76 wrote:Not that I wish illness or death on anyone

I'd certainly hope not. Consider whether crowing about this because of your personal situation is in bad taste.
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Unread postby Capt._Trips » 29 March 2020, 22:39

Your a disgusting twisted human being Retroman76.

You leave little doubt why your alone and forever will be.
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Retroman76 » 30 March 2020, 00:00

I honestly wouldn't mind a bit if COVID-19 struck me down. A fitting finish. As long as I could die at home and not in a hospital. This life is becoming increasingly unbearable and I'd rather not stay to the end credits.
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Unread postby Brenden » 30 March 2020, 00:07

Retroman76 wrote:I honestly wouldn't mind a bit if COVID-19 struck me down. A fitting finish. As long as I could die at home and not in a hospital. This life has let me down.

It becomes progressively harder to breathe until you aren’t getting enough oxygen. Not a nice way to go, especially without hospital care.
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Unread postby Magic J » 30 March 2020, 00:15

Retroman76 wrote:I honestly wouldn't mind a bit if COVID-19 struck me down. A fitting finish. As long as I could die at home and not in a hospital. This life is becoming increasingly unbearable and I'd rather not stay to the end credits.

Have you ever experienced the sensation of suffocation? I have, incidentally. I assure you that you'll be absolutely terrified. It's not a fitting or romantic end for anybody.
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Unread postby Retroman76 » 30 March 2020, 01:18

And just what concern is it of yours?
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Unread postby Magic J » 30 March 2020, 01:38

You made a statement in a public forum, and this suggested to me that you sought replies. I, delicate flower that I am, thought that statement was mildly offensive, and introduced another viewpoint for your consideration. You then suggested that you "wouldn't mind dying of COVID". I thought this flippant, and wondered if you were fully considering the potentially horrendous effects of the illness.

Your previous posts generally suggest earnestness, but if you were just doing a grim joke, then I apologise for the presumption. Finally, if you have experienced the terror of suffocation, then I had assumed that you would not want to repeat that. I could be wrong, though, can only speak for myself.

I hope I've clarified things.
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Frigid » 30 March 2020, 18:12

Who hurt you
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Unread postby Eryx » 31 March 2020, 19:13

My boyfriend's been staying with me since my city went under quarantine, my grandmother lives with me and I take care of her. Every weekend, we go to the supermarket to buy a few beers, at night we play online with all our friends. We've been watching movies, having sex pretty much everyday and we're working out as we can from home because we don't want to lose progress while this goes on.

My quarantine experience is actually pretty good, and I'm spending less money because beer at the supermarket is much cheaper than going out to a bar and also getting expensive food to go with it. I think your evil plan has failed miserably.

(Though I do miss going out a little)
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Unread postby René » 31 March 2020, 19:46

Eryx wrote:My boyfriend's been staying with me since my city went under quarantine, my grandmother lives with me and I take care of her. Every weekend, we go to the supermarket to buy a few beers, at night we play online with all our friends. We've been watching movies, having sex pretty much everyday and we're working out as we can from home because we don't want to lose progress while this goes on.

My quarantine experience is actually pretty good, and I'm spending less money because beer at the supermarket is much cheaper than going out to a bar and also getting expensive food to go with it. I think your evil plan has failed miserably.

Haha, that's awesome. I love your quarantine experience :3
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Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 1 April 2020, 13:34

Retroman76 wrote:For long years, I've brooded and stewed over my lack of success in relationships and finding connections. I've ruminated relentlessly over the disinterested or, at best, noncommittal attitudes I've consistently gotten from gay men particularly, but also from society overall.

So, imagine how deliciously satisfying it is to know that, thanks to the Coronavirus precautions, all the pretty, popular people--gay and straight--are hunkered down at home with nowhere to go and no one to visit or to visit them.


Actually, that does not seem very polite. I could sing a song or two on how it feels to be left aside by people or society, too. But what sense would it make to blame them for it. Commonly the reasons are of own faults hands, whether the matter of faults is a chosen one, or not. Except the odd assholes, other people can't help it, for example, not being attracted to one and all that - there's no tool in this world that could force someone. Same as people that take ye out going hunting or boating, sports and the like. And all you can do is keep on trying, even if it's the heterosexual crowd once again.
Think about all the people you ever may have brushed off yourself. May it be just by depressive vibes or the sad man's breath, so to say.

I'm like that sad ass a great deal in life, still I keep trying to make other people laugh and catch a smile, if I can, and right now I'm worried about people's health of whom I have not ever met anyone in person. It would get me rather more sad if some of nature's ass kicking revenge would take them out, or take them their loved ones.

Retroman76 wrote:It's almost as though my anger reached a fission point and I managed to put a hex on the whole goddam world.


Oh, now that sounds like Kroftruecross. You're not Corey, btw?

Retroman76 wrote:Welcome to my life, mothafuckas.
You do realise, the gay ones are not likely to fuck your mother... uhm.
One smile? One little smile? One twitch at the mouse in the corner, I mean, in the corner of your mouth?

Retroman76 wrote:This is how I live ALL. THE. TIME. No one paying the slightest attention or making any effort to include me in any gathering or event--or God forbid--showing romantic interest.

It sucks, doesn't it?


I think, Derek might have shown attention, once. Wasn't that him? Saying, he was not dating you. If I remember that right ... if it wasn't Kroftruecross dude. That was some sort of inversive attention paying. Like, on the minus range.
People that are paying attention on the minus range site are often underestimated.

Retroman76 wrote:Not that I wish illness or death on anyone, but the accompanying conditions of these times have ignited in me a rather euphoric sense of vindication.

Revenge is sweet, even if not directly my doing.


Well, it's never easy to be that lonely, odd, sad person, true on this. I, too, wonder why not some other sad person would be wanting to watch sad movies with ye.
You still could try all kinds of things after the Corona special regulations are going down again, like to walk old folks to the shopping mall, or help out at the local fire department or something. I don't mean the part of the fire siren. See, I don't know other gay folks around, but with all the windsurfer, kiteboarder, waverider, SuP- and sailing folks I can have a lot of fun and life doesn't become dull at all. Same with discussion forums in all the interests I'm into. There are even correspondence friends, heterosexuals, women mainly, that keep writing since years.

What would be love, if it never happens, but a far cold star in a boy's long lost dream? Some things are there for the lucky people. The other ones just may have to change their views on what it may mean to be lucky I guess.
Blame the odd a-holes, the ignorant, the alien reptile warriors, if you want, but never blame everyone but yourself.
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby Jryski » 20 April 2020, 16:35

You is sad
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Re: Revenge is Sweet

Unread postby theone » 21 April 2020, 03:51

Maybe your attitude is why you're alone and bitter. Maybe you should look at the brighter side of things, and maybe someone will want to pay you a shred of attention. Either that or get a dildo...cheap, and doesn't talk back to you after you treat it like shit.
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