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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #50 on: 24 Oct 2009, 14:26 »

And in 1047, there is no statement that she hasn't "got over it" and gone back to guys.

Correct. The evidence of the comic itself doesn't rule that out.

Jeph, though, said in the "Fat Faye" thread that Dora's attentions toward Faye were sincere.
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #51 on: 25 Oct 2009, 01:23 »

I hate this thread so much.

Besides this post:

Is Marten going to get his threesome or what? Why doesn't he take Dora to strip clubs so she can get lapdances? If she is really bi the subject of some extra action would have already come up. It's the first thing any guy thinks of a girl tells him she's played both sides before. The second thing is anxiety about cunnilingus, but the first is 'ooh, threesome'?

When will you "He's Just Not That Into You" types get it through your heads?

You do not speak for all men.  You speak for yourself and your fratboy buddies.

Men do not act differently just to impress women.  Men act differently because they're not your kind.


I am so sick of hearing spiels like this, imbeciles claiming to speak for all men, saying we're beasts to be tamed.  You may not be complicated or civil; I reserve the right.

Really, I almost think you're just doing it just to puff women's egos.
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #52 on: 25 Oct 2009, 07:07 »

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Men do not act differently just to impress women.

Actually... very often they do.  Sexual dimorphism isn't so pronounced in human beings as it is in, say, the peacock vs the peahen, but it's still there.  And men quite often strive to impress women.  Whether he's dropping names at a Hollywood party, letting a Rolex(tm) dangle off his wrist, making a slam dunk, or getting into a fight at a bar, a man's behavior, in the presence of women, is frequently predicated on the desire to let those women know he's a desirable mate.

Another way of looking at it is this, pretty women make men stupid.
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #53 on: 25 Oct 2009, 09:36 »

Whether he's dropping names at a Hollywood party, letting a Rolex(tm) dangle off his wrist, making a slam dunk, or getting into a fight at a bar
Yeah, well, I don't do any of those things.
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #54 on: 25 Oct 2009, 10:13 »

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Men do not act differently just to impress women.

Actually... very often they do.

I'm not saying men never try to impress women; that would be ridiculous.  The key word here is "just."
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #55 on: 25 Oct 2009, 13:53 »

Oh, in that case, men act differently for any damn reason, yeah.
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #56 on: 25 Oct 2009, 14:44 »

All people fantasise about other people when in a monogamous relationship.

Um... I think I'll let you address this sweeping generalization yourself.


Everyone is different - in sexual attraction, sex drive, and degree of natural monogamy.

You are right about that, so practice what you preach, dear.
Ah ha ha. I cannot believe you're offended by this. Ironic since I was going to qualify the statement then figured no one would take it literally. Yup, some people are asexual, and some people may not actively fantasise so much as just acknowledge to themselves a given person is attractive.

Why on earth you would take that statement as a judgement on anyone I do not know. To clarify:

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Most people fantasise about having sex outside monogamy, whether with an actual person or just a made up person, and most of those who don't are attracted to people outside their relationship - without either circumstance having any effect on their love or attraction for their partner, or commitment to monogamy.

Better?
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Re: When did Dora first say she was bi?
« Reply #57 on: 26 Oct 2009, 00:27 »

Yes, it's much better.  And don't think you're embarrassing me.  I just wanted the clarification, and there it is.
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