OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Monday, June 16

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QUESTION: I'm trying to weigh my options here and so I'd like to ask the men of UW a question:

What are your best and worst stories of sticking your dick in crazy? Does it ever work out?

29 comments

  1. k maybe stop thinking of women as being just an object to stick your dick into

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    1. Nope, women can be limited sheaths for our cocks, but that requires them to be stupid, "progressive", a cheating hoe and a large variety of other things.

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  2. I just got out of a 1 year and 6 month relationship with a girl that had taken medication for her depression and anxiety. When we first got together, I thought we had it made. We were really good friends in the beginning and both of our families liked each other, so I thought it would be great. Overtime, we started dating and we both popped our cherries together.

    Unfortunately, the cards were stacked up against us from the start. Want to know one reason why she has depression and anxiety? Well, let's just say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. There would be times when we would go to some of her family get-togethers and quite a few of them ended in fights or arguing. Why? Because some of her blood related and law related family members had the same issues as her. One of the biggest issues that her family had was always about money and almost no day went by without someone complaining about cash. It also didn't help that that subject was what her folks were having issues with when they split up, but that's another story.

    We moved in together at one point and were going to school together in the same program. While it was nice seeing her every day, it did get annoying after a while when she would contradict herself over life matters that I knew damn well what were really like for her. And the times that I tried my best to encourage her to do her work or anything; it just wouldn't happen since that is what depression does to you. To be honest, I never knew how draining depression could be until I met and lived with my ex and now I know.

    During the winter term, I decided that I wanted to end things with her because I was not happy anymore. While she took the idea alright with some hard and long crying sessions, it was her mother that took the idea to a whole new level. She would message me throughout the month of April, asking when I was going to break up with my ex and if I was wanting my freedom and if I was seeing another girl on the side. It was nuts and it really made me so mad that she would ask those questions because I would never cheat. Ever! Fortunately, she has since been banned from my phone and I have deactivated my FB account to avoid anymore messes.

    TL;DR - Ex-gf has depression and anxiety, other family members have it and are nuts, ex was like an anchor to my ankle in our relationship and her mom is a bunny boiler.

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    1. Wait, just to clarify, you told your ex and her mom that you were planning on breaking up with her but didn't actually do it? Because that seems a bit cruel.

      I can understand the rest of it. It's a huge burden to take on no matter how much you like or love someone.

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    2. 2 here! Actually, no, and I'll try to explain this as best as I can.

      I was planning on breaking up with my ex in around January, but I never got around to finally doing it until the end of the winter term in April. My ex could tell that I was feeling distant and unhappy in February but I couldn't tell her that I was feeling distant until the tail end of the term because she wouldn't focus on school, (Her education has been a huge struggle all her life...). Not only was I concerning myself about that but I was also a little nervous of how she would react knowing how her low points were but I knew that I was unhappy and drained and I thought long and very hard about it, which is why it took me so long to come clean. Eventually, and after all of the drama with her mom, I couldn't take it and told her that I was feeling distant and that maybe I'd want a change. The last week or so of school was awkward as hell living with her but we did remain civil.

      Here is where my ex's mom comes into play. My ex's mom learned the truth in around April or so when my ex was messaging her, letting her know that things might be going south. I gave my ex's mom my cell number a few years ago so that I could be the first one to go to in case my ex wasn't calling or texting her at regular times. In a way, I felt like more of a father than an SO in regards to that, so I should have known that this was a bad idea from the start.

      Throughout April, the mom continued to harass and message me on when I was thinking of breaking up and if I was seeing someone else or if I wanted my own freedom. She would text at some of the worst times, especially since finals were up. I kept my cool throughout the whole thing as I tried my best to think it all through, knowing that damage was going to made, either way.

      I hope that clears things up.

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    3. ^BTW, if it helps, I actually created a question regarding the issue of breaking up with my ex in this thread.

      http://www.ask.omguw.com/2014/04/6255.html

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    4. Ya no that actually makes a lot more sense. That situation is completely understandable and I think you handled it well considering the circumstances. I'm sorry her mom turned so psycho about the whole thing!

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    5. Thanks mate! To be honest, after all was said and done, I feel like I have learned a lot from this experience and have since grown from it. Sure, some people may complain about being single but hey, at least I don't have those problems, anymore. Now, I can just focus on improving myself and being my own boss. I never had a real chance at being dominant and being a leader until I was in that relationship with my ex, and I have to say, I love the power of being a leader! Starting tomorrow, I'm going to look into a gym membership and actually get myself looking and feeling good, once and for all.

      And yeah, it's too bad that the Mom went nuts over it, but again, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. It didn't help that my ex's parents had split around the time that we first met each other, and with the fact that my ex's Dad had been unfaithful throughout their marriage, I guess the Mom thought I'd be just like him. There's only one problem with that...I'm not! lol I would never cheat no matter the circumstances, and she had known about me for a few years! Yes, I may have taken a while to let my true feelings out, but at least I did it instead of sweeping things under the rug.

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    6. I feel like we're best of friends now haha. Good luck at the gym! Maybe I'll see you there and have no idea. And again, good for you for getting through that situation. It's always a shame when people assume everyones a cheater. You live and you learn.

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    7. Lol! You could definitely say that, yes! And you never know, though you might not see me in the KW area, if that is where you are referring with UW, since I'm in the Orangeville area for the summer! I actually never went to UW but I knew friends and relatives who did and I'm a grad of Conestoga! Oh well! Again, ty and good luck to you, too! I really appreciate the good comments! I'm glad I got through too, despite it all! And it is a shame considering the fact that you can easily air that lack of trustworthiness out in ways that people can and will get turned off by you. It's just like desperation. Oh well, they can continue on living in that world while I try to get in shape and better myself. :)

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    8. Could you specifically say what your girlfriend did that put you off dating people with mental illnesses? Like from everything you've mentioned it doesn't seem to me like she actually DID anything bad, her family was just insane.

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    9. Well, her family being insane. yes that would be 1, and I guess for my ex, it would be that she was kind of like her Mom in a few ways.

      She had huge issues over her Dad and she rarely ever trusted him despite still loving him. There were also quite a few times where I felt like I was more of a father to her than an SO. I was her chauffeur, her encourager, her teacher, etc. She also had a few moments where she'd forget to take her pills or forget to get a refill and she would be extremely tired, moody and brutal to deal with.

      And the amount of outbursts and tantrums that she would have whether there was an issue with school or an issue with her Mom. I won't deny, there was one time in early January when she was having a fit over getting some extra social assistance and her Mom was stressing to find paperwork while her daughter was soaking in that stress. When I tried to calm her down, (You know, after calming her down 10-15 previous times before in our relationship), I actually got mad with her, which I would say was the turning point of our relationship.

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    10. I should also add that due to her depression, she would have some crying episodes which I felt bad for but couldn't do much for them. The worst was one episode in February, (Which she said was her worst month of the year), where she cried uncontrollably no reason at all...:(

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  3. I've had an opposite experience. (Sticking crazy inside me? I don't know what the opposite expression is) I went out with this guy who always told stories about how manipulative and obsessive his ex was whenever the topic of exes came up. He claimed to have graduated with an honours degree and a 90 average and he had grandiose plans for the future. But he had trouble holding down jobs and he was always broke during the time that I was with him. Without going into the details, I found out that he actually graduated with a general degree and a much lower average. The steps he claimed to have taken toward his grand plans were lies. I don't know how crazy his ex really was, but it seems to me that he himself is pretty manipulative (e.g., in arguments, he turns things around and tries to get sympathy by putting himself down) and has a pretty bad history of lying to people.

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  4. What is wrong with the youth of this generation? There's something in the tap water from the 90s isn't there?

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    1. Actually its the lead in the gasoline, thank you very much

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  5. I will keep it short. Had a strong connection to good friend's new GF. Like I know everyone else saw it, and just didn't say anything. They broke up eventually. We started dating a little while later. We went on several dates before sleeping together, just felt like we both wanted a real relationship, not just sex. First time we sleep together she accuses me of raping her. Bunch of our friends laughed at her because they were just across a very thin wall and heard everything. None of the friends that found out about the story ever talked to her again. I have not talked to her since, but will probably never be with a girl so hot/cute/beautiful ever again.

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    1. You won't be with someone that "hot/cute/beautiful" again because you think she is the hottest/cutest/most beautiful and you don't think you could get better or because you think all other people who fit that description would do the same?

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  6. I went out with a girl for awhile who was pretty crazy. Clingy, mood swings, shady sexual history. I realized I was in trouble pretty quickly, but she was talented at keeping things going. At least for a couple of months.

    She was sexy though. She'd say things like how she couldn't wait for me to shoot down her throat. Would get herself off while talking on the phone. We were making out once with a bit of petting, she came so hard she literally soaked her pants.

    So many memories.

    Annnyways. She was definitely crazy and I didn't want to continue things so I broke up with her. It took several long conversations to make it stick. She was really upset with like crying alternating with rage.

    I had to look over my shoulder for awhile. I legit expected her to sneak up behind me while I was unlocking my apartment door or something.

    Was it worth it? Probably not. But man, the things she would say while giving me a handjob. Fuuuuuuck.

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  7. I just stick my dick into warm apple pies

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    1. Haw haw haw, good joke! Only, what, about 14 years out of date now?

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    2. Bring your mom around. I bet she still wants the d.

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  8. Bro if she's just for sticking your dick in your good to go. Hit and run. If you're planning on keeping her around don't do crazy. Run the fuck away from any red flags.

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