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Men’s Rights Redditors Weigh in on Sexbots, Railroad Monopolies, and Why Women Are Terrible

You could always make your own.
You could always make your own.

Oh dear. Our friends the Men’s Rights Redditors have discovered Mr.Ian Ironwood’s little treatise on sexbots. While some are a bit skeptical about the reality of the (non-existent) Human-Robot Personal Relationship Act — more skeptical, anyway, than Ironwood or Vox Day before him — this doesn’t stop the regulars from offering all sorts of distressing and/or hilarious opinions on the subject.

For example, OuiCrudites suggests that women have made sexbots inevitable by generally being such a pain in the ass, and MaunaLoona compares female sexuality to the railroad monopolies of the 19th century:

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In a later comment, OuiC elaborates on his “most women are shitty” thesis:

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MaunaLoona, meanwhile, agrees with Ironwood that developing the AI for sexbots won’t be a big challenge, because the average American woman is dumb and has a terrible personality.

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A Canadian Redditor steps in to point out that the alleged “legislation” isn’t real. Oh, and to suggest that many “females” can’t think rationally.

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Geigerwasright concludes that men will find sexbots preferable to women because the women of today aren’t providing them with “love, loyalty [or] kindness.”

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So watch out, ladies! Unless you clean up your act, and quick, the good men of the Men’s Rights subreddit will abandon you en masse in favor of sex with inanimate objects that pretend to like them.

And this is apparently supposed to be a bad thing for women.

Clauderoughly postulates that sexbots for women will never be that popular, because what women really want is to get pregnant, so they can live the good life off of child support:

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That’s a bit weird, as all the women I’ve had sex with have seemed quite interested not getting pregnant from sex. Indeed, some have had devices inserted into their bodies by doctors to prevent such an occurence.

The world that MRAs live in is a strange and scary place. I prefer the real world. It’s much cheerier.

NOTE: The horrible picture at the top of this post was borrowed from Craftastrophe.

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Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“@Argenti, can you do the query through email? Having to talk to someone about insurance is sooooooooo 20th century.

Your situation doesn’t seem to be the best though. Is she going to the bathroom/exiting the room while she’s in session with you?”

I should’ve clarified, the bathroom thing was college pseudo-parties and the like (I went to one party proper, I hated it), worst my psych has done is check that the vibrating phone isn’t important. But the insurance is state insurance, so no, I have to call and phone tree hell and hope they have a clue. Sending those “this is what we cover and from whom” books is apparently so last century.

Kitteh — meds!psych looks about my age, and in another other context, I’d wish I had the nerves to hit on her. Which makes this all the more annoying — I want to like her, but she just keeps harping on this. Talk!psych looks like your typical 30-something frazzled new mother.

They’re trying to get me to join some sort of social group, eg their psych dept apparently has client bowling outings (I can gutterball with bumpers, no way this is happening) and not *cure* my depression, cuz freakin’ bipolar, but help the depression side. To their credit, they’ve decided to push this instead of yet more “we’ll just up your meds”

And yeah, I’ve tried explaining y’all twice, that you’re a wide range of people, very accepting, and whatnot, but meds!psych can’t get beyond the mocking misogyny part to get to “stay for the cooking tips, sci-fi, Tolkien, math, physics, etc” — to the point of saying that this sounds unhealthy, cuz misogyny. *bangs head on bed*

Viscaria
Viscaria
7 years ago

Wow. That’s some bad doctors. Sorry, everyone, for your bad experiences 🙁

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@Kitteh: what a rude and unprofessional comment to make. And it could have hurt even if you had been sexually active. I wish the medical schools would quit taking students on high grades and have more of a focus on interpersonal skills. On the topic of psychologists again, I did wonder for a while if my university took people into the counselling program because they themselves were seriously screwed up. One of them said to me “Isn’t it great that you’re doing another program as you’re good at data and not people.” WTF, and that comment showed they were?

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Kiwi Girl — well, some fools do seek antibiotics for virī, but that’d still be no reason to be that rude and dismissive (a polite “you have a cold ma’am, you’ll get better without antibiotics, take OTC meds for you symptoms and call if they get worse” works better!)

Sorry, I have a think against antibiotic overuse. And that sucks about all the people you lost, I’m sorry.

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

fuckityfuckfuck IDIOTS

why don’t they read the freaking site if they want to know what it’s about

gahhhh

maroons

macaroons

twits

reminds me, got to give psych my web page and say READ AND LEARN or words to that effect

Viscaria
Viscaria
7 years ago

By the way, lest anyone worry, the harassment ended at work and the employee has since left the job. My work is going very well :-3. I’m just still thinking I might find a new psych, because… way to be in my corner, person-I-pay-to-be-in-my-corner.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Umm…you have to be decent at data to get an undergrad psych degree…

Admittedly, I tended to set the curve, but statistics and research methods and some other math course were requirements of the major in my program.

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@Argenti I am sorry for your situation, it sounds horrendous. Another stressor, just what you need /sarcasm. Organised activities can be hideous if you’re not wanting to be with the people and/or interested in the activity. It’s also a way of putting on social pressure to make sure you stay in a situation for a predetermined period of time, because leaving early would just be so *rude* /eyeroll.

Have the psychs asked what you want, and how you think you might get there? Because, you’re the expert on you. 🙂

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Kiwi girl – and there was a load of squick in the “this country” stuff (the doctor was Indian). Hello, nice bit of stereotyping there, no? Not to play the victim card, but yeah, unprofessional, and sounding like she was caught up in her own cultural prejudices, not to mention a side order of heteronormative assumptions (I had told her I wasn’t sexually active, no more than that). There was a rather good article on that very thing by an overseas med student in the paper not long ago, talking about how it can cut as much when the doctor’s the immigrant as when the patient is.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“I’m just still thinking I might find a new psych, because… way to be in my corner, person-I-pay-to-be-in-my-corner.”

Sounds as good a reason as any! And glad the harassment ended, totally missed that you were referring to your current job *is dumb sometimes*

Kitteh — I did mention it originally as a site dedicated to mocking misogyny, so half my fault, but how sad is it that it’s just assumed that mocking misogyny means having to put up with it? This might be the one corner of the Internet where that shit is Not. Fucking. Tolerated. Period.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“I’m just still thinking I might find a new psych, because… way to be in my corner, person-I-pay-to-be-in-my-corner.”

I apparently have case management related goals, and keep managing to miss the case management person (holidays, then a snow storm)

But yeah, stuck there for predetermined time, or have my mother there and probably have it not count, as I don’t drive.

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Viscaria – I’m glad to hear the harasser has gone! Good riddance. And yeah, time for not-in-your-corner psych to pack those bags, too.

Argenti – I can’t get my head around this “forced socialisation is good for you” nonsense at all. It’s bad enough for someone who’s just shy, or someone introverted, or simply not comfortable with having to make prolonged small talk with strangers … or ex-customer service types. 😉 (Tick all the above boxes for me.) To suggest it for someone who’s going to be one helluva lot more stressed by it is just … the stupid, it burns. It’s like some partygoer insisting that everyone would really LOVE partying and getting pissed if they’d just give it a try! Um, no, doesn’t work like that.

Anyway how much better does it get than a website where you get to talk to a queen, eh?

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@Argenti, yeah, it was a UTI, peeing razor blades, not quite up to kidney infection but was working its way there. I don’t take a lot of antibiotics, as I particularly love my normal flora, but yeah needed them that time. For a flu, which is the only virus I tend to catch if I’m going to catch one, the GP is only needed for the medical certificate off work. 🙂

@Viscaria: good news on the work front. And I love your last comment.

@Argenti: not in NZ, only compulsory research paper was a 2nd year one that went as far as t-tests and ANOVA, so pretty basic. Over here, people can do their honours or masters and PhD as qualitative, no stats required. So it is possible, and I have met a few, for people to have a doctorate and have no clue about stats. I have also meet people who got somebody else to analyse their quantitative results for their masters. I had some quite technical questions about the analyses in one masters so I met the person for coffee to talk about their dissertation and they said they couldn’t tell me how the data was analysed because they “gave it to an expert” who analysed it all for them and just gave them their results. I was pretty dumbfounded. So, yeah, nothing like your requirements, and no paper requirements for a PhD either.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

FTR here, they’re generally pretty good, or I’d have given up months ago. They just keep walking that line between “I am mildly annoyed, but to nothing major” and “stop it already” (my brother is a master of this, making me more inclined to tolerate it)

I mean, they got my diagnosis probably the most right it’s ever been, wrote a damned good letter to the state that got me welfare with no fuss at all, and they’re right around the corner — I can easily walk there.

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I’m glad there are some serious positives about them, Argenti!

Viscaria
Viscaria
7 years ago

Conveniently-located therapy is a godsend.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Kiwi Girl — sorry if that came off as questioning your need for antibiotics, but seeing how it is a pet peeve, I’m glad you know wtf they’re for (and lol at the med certificate!)

I am, how ever, kind if frightened that I know more statistics than a PhD / doctor of psychology.

Kitteh — apparently socialization is best when we don’t feel up to it, like this is some cranky depressive thing (trust me here, I do that, and I speak to no one *cough*hi months long hiatus, I’m looking at you*cough*)

Also, *bows* greetings my lady

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

“Conveniently-located therapy is a godsend.”

After 45 min there and 45 min back, on the bus, for a 15 min meds!psych who Did Not Listen in Pittsburgh, yeah an under 15 min walk is very nice.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Lol, at least they finally had the sense to ask whether I care that I’m not dating (I don’t)

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*curtseys* d’you prefer milord or milady? 😉
Heh – you’d have liked Mr’s stunt on Friday. Did a handstand and then made a leg in the most exaggerated fashion ever. Love it when he’s being silly.

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@Argenti, that’s fine, I know you’re thinking antibiotic-resistance. I can assure you it was a UTI. I think every woman knows a UTI when they get one.

Be scared at the maths/stats aspect. I have Australian colleagues, so I know it’s also an issue in Australian degrees. I don’t currently have a PhD, but I get asked to review studies etc because I have a formal statistics qualification. Obviously that’s because I’m complete shite at getting on with people, with my absence of interpersonal skills.

Good news on the psych front though, I’m happy your situation isn’t as dire as I thought it might be. Re the socialisation thing, I always thought throwing people into the deep end and letting them sink was such as good way of helping people get better. Fuck knows why people consider face-to-face to be the gold standard of socialisation, I’ve mentioned more personal stuff on her today than any of my co-workers of > 3 years know, and I’ve been seeing them face-to-face for 5 days a week in that time. Of course, I’m sure we would all be having this level of quality conversation if we were at the pub surrounded by drunken idiots, and annoying loud music, gosh I wish I was there now /sigh.

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Intertube hugs all round, persons, Mr Gardening Tee Shirt and I are off home in the blech hot heat. Catch you later! 🙂

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Kitteh — hmmm, pick one? My now former FWB used m’lady, the not-an-ex prefers m’lady zirself, so I took m’lord. So whichever I guess! Hm…m’lady I guess, I *was* dubbed Princess Killjoy McGee the third for saying that I didn’t think the Corsica could go over the highway divider, not even with all the snow. (That was a fun day! …and another person I only talk to online anymore, seeing how we’re 3 hours apart currently)

Kiwi Girl — thankfully my nether regions tend to behave, which is good as I rather hate having to acknowledge their existence. Get your point about being sure you had a UTI though, I imagine it’s a bit like when I broke my toe in the “some things you’re just sure of” thing. As for the math, lovely, just lovely!

And yeah I’m sure I’d totally be all “I prefer to ignore my anatomy, seeing how androgynous isn’t exactly an anatomical option” in person (my biology makes my anatomy readily apparently, it’s very annoying) Totally had issues at the law firm for not being social enough, not particularly caring about the Steelers game is apparently more important than being the fastest to run anything anywhere, you’d think that would be of massive importance when the client pays for that time…oh…

Cheap ass lawyers…

katz
7 years ago

Ye gods, so many terrible psychs! I guess this is the other side of schools like mine where psych is considered the easy major you take if you don’t know what you want to study.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

More hugs all around! Hugs are particularly good when “please don’t touch me or I’ll jump” doesn’t apply!

I think it’s time for more Criminal Minds here (all the eye candy! And some of it geeky!)

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

katz — fuck, I always hoped those classmates would’ve gone into something else. Stop reminding me of them!

Top idiot — solution to conduct disorder (pre-curser to anti-social personality disorder)? Kids these days aren’t spanked enough!

Child psychopathology was a fun course >.<

katz
7 years ago

Top idiot — solution to conduct disorder (pre-curser to anti-social personality disorder)? Kids these days aren’t spanked enough!

Nooo not the pro-spankers!

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@katz if only that explained all the terrible medical doctors! 🙂 Medical school seems to attract a number of students who don’t like people, who then go onto ob/gyn specialities in particular. Why couldn’t they just become anaesthesiologists?

@Argenti, I just thought of something else related to that socialization paradigm. When I first started playing World of Warcraft and got into my first guild, I played a lot with students and workers in the US and Canada who were on during late/early morning hours. We had Ventrillo, so we would chat to each other over headsets etc and we got to know each other quite well. A couple of the people said to me, after we’d been socialising for a few months, that WoW was the most welcomed they had felt because in regular life people hadn’t seen past their disability or looks (particularly, being overweight) I read a piece, I think it was a couple of years ago in New Scientist, about how Second Life was helping people like this one particular guy with autism (who had a Thomas the Tank Engine avatar in there, how cool is that!) interact with people.

Online, generally, no-one cares what you look like, what your accent is, how much you earn, etc. Except for the MRAs, but then we make fun of them. And that do that crap IRL anyways.

So phooey to the idea that online socialisation isn’t ever “as good as” face-to-face. Maybe the psychs could do with expanding their professional reading material a bit.

Yay to us! 🙂

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@katz: yeah, the way to prevent kids becoming bullies is for their parents to physically bully them. Wait, what…

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

katz — yeah the pro-spanking crowd seemed to flock to that course, I don’t get it. And conduct disorder isn’t just bullying (though that’s certainly one outcome/symptom) — the shorthand in that course was that ADHD kids won’t stay in their chairs, these kids might throw their chairs.

Kiwi Girl — I know, it’s like they want me to have to hide either my mental illness, or um, their formal groups have formal guidelines, ones I can access, so I did…what to do if some members are floridly psychotic or have limited vocabularies…I don’t really do well with dealing with people who can’t manage the level of discussion y’all manage (do we have free will = interesting, Kate Middleton’s pregnancy, not really so much there)

Though I am pleased to hear that the Queen basically said fuck you to questions whether a baby girl could be an heir to the throne (the baby will be, regardless)

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Whoops, that bullying comment was Kiwi Girl, please shift the sections of my comment to reflect that!

Kiwi girl
Kiwi girl
7 years ago

@Argenti, so let me get this straight, because I am finding this completely weird. The psych/s think that you need to socialise in an emotionally and behaviourally challenging environment that is uninteresting to you because you “need” to learn to socialise in environments that aren’t challenging.

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaat? Wouldn’t going out for a 10-minute cup of coffee with one or two other people, who have shared interests with you and can hold a conversation, be a better step? Heck, even the kitchen table or living room can be a good social place.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Well, I moved back in with my parents in CT in August, everyone I know at this point is in another state. So IM’img them isn’t socializing, I need to make friends here. Except that’s kind if a problem seeing how I don’t really do the whole people thing, and get bored senseless rather easily.

Of course, I have this weird “hipster” set of interests that make it annoying to find people who share any, forget more than one…and the not-an-ex and I share ALL THE THINGS except different favorite TV shows (I overlook zir lack of interest in Doctor Who, ze overlooks my lack if MLP love, discussions of obscure bands’ lyrics is well worth the lack of Whovian love)

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

…so yes, basically. Having pointless conversations is apparently better than having meaningful ones with people in other states. I do not make friends easily, never have, see no reason why somehow trying to make friends with people I’d almost certainly be awkward with would help my depression.

They can’t seem to decide if I need more friends, a social group of some focused sort (eg an art group or bowling or whatever) or think those are one in the same.

I have an intake for some social work place’s art group on Friday, I might reschedule it again because I really don’t want to do it, but then again, I have very little clue wtf it is as they referred me without even telling me (ahem, where’d you leave your ethics?). And their goddamned bipolar med of DEATH RASH infamy seems to have zapped my creativity anyways.

…doesn’t help any that I’m way more comfortable talking to you guys than my psychs, the whole position of authority plus the lack of anyone to back me up (fuck the trolls, we’re protective of each other for a reason and it’s awesome)

clairedammit
clairedammit
7 years ago

Argenti, that seems weird to me too. I can see how having conversations with strangers could help depression if that is something that gives you energy. If you find it draining, how would it help?

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Because social isolation can worsen depression, per general studies that ignore the existance of such things as introverts. It’s weird, but a common problem.

katz
7 years ago

I imagine that, since people who go into psych are overwhelmingly extroverts themselves (a major reason I’ve never found one myself), the field as a whole probably has a tendency to assume that what works for extroverts works for everyone.

The Kittehs' Unpaid Help

Argenti, are your psychs suggesting that you socialise purely with the end of “making friends” in mind? Because that’s so flaming counterproductive I haven’t the words for it. Hell, my psych at least recognises the importance and VALIDITY of internet friendships (I wouldn’t have been to the US if I hadn’t made good friends over the net). But going out socialising with the specific aim of Making Friends is just as clingy-creepy-needy as the nitwit NiceGuys who think talking to a woman is something you only do to get in her pants/get her to marry you and it should all be sorted within an hour or so.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Kitteh — honestly, they seem to be the sort that think discussing whatever the social group is for counts as being friends. Which explains why the idea we don’t sit around stewing in misogyny is apparently beyond them.

But thank you all for coherent questions/replies instead of just “I really don’t want to”

Basically I think they just see not having in person friends my own age as abnormal and thus on need of fixing, the way they had to straight up ask whether I cared about dating to get it through their heads that I don’t.

TMI time! I’m a masochist, of the literal pain is good, and sexy, sort — I don’t go dating in bars and shit for my own fucking safety. And seeing how no sexytimes trump bad sexytimes, yeah, single it is (until not-an-ex and I can hook up again anyways!)

But yeah, it seems like joining a knitting club and discussing knitting would be making friends by their standards…how in the world that makes “verbal and non-verbal cues” relevant is beyond me (note that I can usually read people just fine, I just take such cues too personally when negative). My talk!psych can’t get anything like a read on me and thinks I either haven’t noticed, or am hiding things she needs to pry out…it’s fun. (I have a standing problem of having psychs who can’t keep up with my brain, seeing how a social group that’d manage to engage my brain would be like, Mensa or something, I don’t fault them for it…until it gets annoying, which it’s starting to.)

Parentheticals, how I love thee!

Lol, there we go, I need a “people who took Latin, but don’t want to talk it about” club (everyone I know IRL has taken at least a semester of Latin, the not-an-ex and I have 8 years between us and it only comes up when parsing medical nonsense 🙂 )

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@Argenti – still thinking about advice for dealing with these psychs: have you thrown the question back at them? What do they think one is supposed to get out of socialising/friendship? What are their criteria? Does it include things like:

Exchange of ideas with like-minded people;

Emotional support;

Jokes and laughter;

Wide-ranging topics of conversation from serious to totally frivolous;

Learning about stuff, from how other people live to obscure bits of slang and so on;

Looking at kitty videos (all right that SHOULD be in there but these people seem like twits who wouldn’t get it)

Because if that’s the sort of thing they think you need, then why can’t they see you are – as you have said. Clearly. that you’re getting it here? What do they think you’re missing? The face to face stuff is stressful, as in distressing, and they want you to do it anyway? Hello, what are they, failed Phys Ed teachers?

Ignore all that if you’ve already tried to get that through their skulls!

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

You know the sort that has single topic friends right? The damned cultural meme suggesting this is How Things Are? It’s like that, I think.

See, I wouldn’t much know as I loose that type every time I pull a depressive “leave me alone for a month” — it’s the ones who are happy to see me again that are worth keeping (lol, like you guys! 🙂 )

You know what’s funny? The not-an-ex and I only managed to see each other every couple of weeks when living within a mile of each other — ze’s a working grad student, schedules are FUN!!

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Gakk, cross-posting curse strikes again! 😀

‘”But thank you all for coherent questions/replies instead of just “I really don’t want to”’

Pffffft milord, AS IF!

Oh, minor clarification if anyone a) needs it b) gives a hoot: I don’t physically see Louis. Wish I did, that’d be awesome, but it’s mind’s eye. Or peripheral vision in the mind, it’s not that clear. Same with hearing him, it’s his voice in my mind, not my ears. (Does one have a mind’s ear? That is such an odd phrase.) Only physical thing is that I can feel his hand squeeze mine and sometimes his ‘tache tickles enough to induce frantic nose-scratching.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Eh, I’ve tried the “but I get freaked out by people on person” bit, and it isn’t really working (either that or talk!psych didn’t get the memo to meds!psych, which is entirely probable as they just switched to a computer system no one can figure out)

Haven’t prodded into what’s the point of this, as I keep trying to convince them that online totally does count!

I have a feeling it’d get tautological — the point of socializing is socialization.

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Lol, “dude, you’re blocking the TV, but hey, it’s a nice view” seems so much better than “your facial hair, it tickles!”

And ALL THE CROSS-POSTING!

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I’m starting to think it’s your psychs who need psychs. They seem to have very narrow, stifling, unhealthy ideas about how people should live, and what friendship should be about. Seriously makes me wonder how many friends they have.

I was bloody glad when you came back on site – I don’t think we’d talked much or at all, you went off site about the time I started, iirc – but I always enjoyed reading your stuff in the old threads. I’m always pleased when regulars come back on (yes Viscaria I’m lookin’ at you). 🙂

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Lol, “dude, you’re blocking the TV, but hey, it’s a nice view” seems so much better than “your facial hair, it tickles!”

BWAHAHAHA!

It’s a good thing he doesn’t block the view. Between him and Fribbie I’d see nuttin’!

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

You know, in another era that’d probably be considered as having a muse in the form of Louis XIII and quite the gift.

Either that or a demon…suddenly the “he’s a demon” folks make sense — that whole witch hunts because cats were familiars and those are evil… Pretty sure that era didn’t look kindly on personal muses (then again, muses where generally portrayed as female and gods do we know how that went, female? In spirit? Visiting you? Succubus!!!)

In complete tangents, maybe that’s how ABNOY got confused? He got his succubi and muses mixed up?

/complete bastardization of multiple traditions

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
7 years ago

Kitteh — aw, I was missed by people who barely knew me, let’s see that happen at some [topic] group/club! And yes, HI VISCARIA!!

Lol, but it’d be a good view of nothing!

As for my psychs, idk, I’ve never really liked the talk!psych, but have given her a chance or three because I really liked the temp psych while she was on maternity leave, and figured I might not be giving her a fair shake because I was annoyed about the change (OMGS run on sentence alert!)

Meds!psych I generally like, she only got the “must socialize” thing recently, and it’s the only thing that’s annoyed me. And even that, her side of it has been that she thinks it’d be more effective than upping my meds again because there’s only so much the drugs can do (well dandy, but then can you up the anxiety ones? Because I’m going to need it if forced to socialize, or forced to do anything for that matter)

Talk!psych, idk, doesn’t seem to get much? But she wants to pawn me off on case management anyways, so idk (yeah, fun, does she think I don’t get what “we should see each other less often” and “your goals are all case management issues” means?)

*grumble* I’m too forgiving of this shit, cuz abusive assholes have primed me to not be demanding, and y’all are more useful than my psychs. *hands out cupcakes*

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LOL when I think of succubi now, I think of the Oglaf cartoon where the apprentice has to oil them. Dear oh dear.

I’ve had people suggest he’s my muse (or should that be mews?) but he sort of backs off at the idea. He’s clinging to his Mr Doesn’t Like Literature persona. Kinda silly considering he’s quite happy to read or even do crosswords these days, unlike his earthly time. His own writing (we do channelled stuff on occasion) is cool to read. Totally different from mine, I might add.

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*nom nom nom*

*hands out tea/coffee/hot chocolate*