xfeelinglucky

about a month ago  Ask TRP

Im currently talking to a girl who had her sextape leaked few years back with her current LTR or side dude, since we are a small town (almost) everybody from our generation knows about it.

Honestly I don't care much about it but I can feel it might had taken a toll on her self-steem.

The real question is when we meet, and she is eager to, she might ask me:

"You never heard nothing about me?" or something like that

There are 3 options:

  • Yes, I did ( can backfire because she might think I'm only interested because of the clout/ego )

  • I heard something about it but never thought much about it ( give not much importance and seeing what she says )

  • No, I don't know nothing ( can backfire because she might think i've been living under a rock or i am socially unaware like a nerd )

U guys give me an opinion of what would you say, or what would you do on similiar situations.

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carnold03

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@Ithappened8588

I think my plate has a bf.

Been talking to this girl like 3 weeks and fucked her on the second date. I’m visiting home now for holidays and she was being dry with her texts so I just left her on read. Then she texts me asking if we are okay, etc. I just reply yeah that I’ve been busy. She doesn’t respond an entire day so I just say “you good?”. And she replies to me at 10pm at night “yea I’m straight, just been busy w work appreciate your text.”

Reasons that make me think she has a bf; she texts me at weird times like late at night. She said she was busy working but I saw her post on Snapchat how she’s at home visiting her family for the holidays, so I know it’s a lie.

I haven’t responded to her text yet and I was considering just waiting until I’m back out there again and hit her up to fuck again. My question is should I respond by calling her and see how she acts? Or give her space act like nothing happened and text her when we are nearby again.

If she does have a boyfriend, why and how is this a problem for you? She's just a plate, you've got others in inventory to select from, yes? Drop her so she can give her boyfriend more of her time and attention while you replace her with someone more available.

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Typo-MAGAshiv

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@Ithappened8588

my plate

[bunch of shit you shouldn't care about if she's just a plate]

A) The only reason to care about any of that stuff is if you're considering upgrading her.

B) is she the only girl you're fucking? If so, she's not really a plate.

C) I'd advise just getting some fun when you can, and observe how she acts. If she's cheating on a boyfriend, yeah, she's a terrible person, but it's not your problem. If it becomes obvious and unavoidable that she's doing that, that's when you take whatever action you want. Otherwise, if it's just a hunch, I'd put it at the back of your mind.

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Ithappened8588

about a month ago  Ask TRP

I think my plate has a bf.

Been talking to this girl like 3 weeks and fucked her on the second date. I’m visiting home now for holidays and she was being dry with her texts so I just left her on read. Then she texts me asking if we are okay, etc. I just reply yeah that I’ve been busy. She doesn’t respond an entire day so I just say “you good?”. And she replies to me at 10pm at night “yea I’m straight, just been busy w work appreciate your text.”

Reasons that make me think she has a bf; she texts me at weird times like late at night. She said she was busy working but I saw her post on Snapchat how she’s at home visiting her family for the holidays, so I know it’s a lie.

I haven’t responded to her text yet and I was considering just waiting until I’m back out there again and hit her up to fuck again. My question is should I respond by calling her and see how she acts? Or give her space act like nothing happened and text her when we are nearby again.

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Typo-MAGAshiv

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@goodmansaysfuckyou

With all that being said, MERRY FUCKING CHRISTMAS to you and yours. I hope that you have a good one.

youtu.be/k40epl0r-fg

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goodmansaysfuckyou

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@deeplydisturbed

Normally I would bust your balls for rambling like one of my plates when she gets tipsy but I'm too tired for that shit right now.

I am an expert in Not-a-Fucking-Thing, so my advice is worth what it costs. All I can offer is:

He who walks with the wise grows wise, but a companion of fools suffers harm.

Parenting is hard and there is no exact one size fits all solution to the plethora of problems that arise. Leading children is no different than leading adults. It takes experience, knowledge, wisdom, patience, trust, and love in amounts proportionate to the need of the other person. The only thing that I have been able to figure out in all my years in leadership roles is that the only thing that matters is respect. To have their respect you have to provide something worthy of that respect. If you want them to follow, then you have to be the example worthy of emulation.

When you are tired, exhausted, and want to quit, just remember that The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But you have promises to keep, And miles to go before you sleep, And miles to go before you sleep. There is no rest for the wicked and even less for the protectors of the innocent and weak.

I would like to see myself as an elder statesman sort of man - or on my way to being one. I would also like to see myself as a good man - or at least trying to be one.

If that is your lot in life, then go for it. I prefer the background since I am more along the lines of the guy that you call when diplomacy and statesmanship has failed and the time has come to spit upon your hands, hoist a black flag, and begin slitting throats.

But I have made mistakes (small ones, but they had a bad impact), and I still cry tears of regret and loss sometimes. It is harsh and deep and can send lesser people into despair. But knowing that there are at least a few men - you two and several others here - who know how and when to bust balls, and when to throw a pile of sources or advice is valuable to me beyond measure.

Ah, Regrets! Yeah well join the fucking crowd. We all (most at least) have regrets for things that we would have done differently. Those that claim to have no regrets are either sociopaths with no empathy or sympathy for others or have never had tried to do anything. Failure and the regrets that accompany it is a learning moment. Those that have never tried and failed will never fully learn anything about life. I suggest that you check out the lyrics to Willie's song-- "Nothing I can do about it now" www.youtube.com/watch?v=prgpr7vansu or one of my personal favorites (that I think is probably the singularly iconic RP male song) Frank's -- "My Way". www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqzdasjwgpg

I regret much that has transpired in my life and learned much along the way, but I categorically refuse to waste any time or tears on it. FIDO brother...FIDO!

With all that being said, MERRY FUCKING CHRISTMAS to you and yours. I hope that you have a good one.

I also second Typo's response. No-homo!

GMSFY

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Typo-MAGAshiv

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@deeplydisturbed

I LOVE YOU, MAAAAAAAAAN!

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Durek_The_Bald

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@deeplydisturbed

When a father says something and it shows up in the world, that is the easy part.

But when a father says something, and almost ALL of the cool people - adults included- are saying the opposite, THAT is when shit gets hard.

Ah, "the village". They say it takes a village to raise a child. But the village is also largely populated by weak minded individuals, who readily sacrifice their own children on the altar of "the current thing", without giving it so much as a second thought.

It's going to be interesting to navigate. I can only imagine so far, as my kid is still young enough that I can control what influences he gets exposed to. But I know better men than myself who've struggled with that, once smart phones and social media enter the stage.

I suppose it boils down to spending enough time with your kids, making sure you're still an influence even as they start looking for influence elsewhere (as they should).

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deeplydisturbed

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@Positive-Lifeguard80

Not sure if this has been covered or not, but their mother died about 8 years ago when she was about 8 years old.

So let's just say - I have had to make some adjustments to my parenting style!

And luckily their mother was a classy beautiful woman with a big heart. I divorced her two years before she passed away, which is a whole other story (which I have shared at our old /r.

So in the end the lefty indoctrination got her mom. And I won't lie - I am sometimes terrified by the thought that this shit will get my daughter too.

So when 30 year old men with families come here and rail about frames and alphas, and being stoic and being a hard ass, I take it all in stride. I know men here have gone through their own versions of hell somewhere along the way.

But I can hope you'll understand why I don't argue much. I let people be - and once in a while i try to reach someone.

All that being said, thanks for the response and I am glad to have this one small place to come and check in on once in a while.

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deeplydisturbed

about a month ago  Ask TRP

@Problematic_Browser

Agreed.

My approach these days is something like this

"Do that if you want, but you cannot say I didn't warn you. At the end of the day, It is your life and your reputation, so I would think that through son/daughter?

Works like a charm.

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