i know im a dick, the original wrote:Sprintgeezer wrote:anyone know what suzy's nickname was back in the day when she was at wisconsin? suzy flavor. she had a reputation across the ncaa. this is not shocking as indicated by sprintgeezer above.
This revelation of moral turpitude is just as shocking as any suggestion that current world-record holders would use PED's.
Ha ha ha, sorry dude. Well, I am satisfied that there are some smart thoughtful people on here. I don't know why that matters to me in the slightest. Just curious I guess. Something about the degradation of society blah blah blah.
R U Cereal? wrote:
Try speaking for yourself. You might find it a helpful change.
Regardless of whether you want to define "crush" as "signifying a sexual attraction and maybe delusion that you like their 'personality'" or as "the beginnings of a romantic love, which is much more than sexual attraction" I have never had a crush on a media or sports celebrity.
But the more important point is that you should really, really try speaking for yourself. Please refrain from telling me or others what I mean by my own words.
Mr. Obvious wrote:A little depression is OK wrote:This is a classic reaction when a SSRI is prescribed to somebody with bi-polar disorder. It induces mania.
She mentions being prescribed Zoloft after suffering post-partum depression. I went on Zoloft several years ago after what I now realize was a lifetime of depression. It worked and I also felt "better than I’ve ever felt.” Unfortunately it worked too well. After years of being pathologically inhibited and shy because of my depression I suddenly became this different person, a very extroverted, exhibitionist, and risk-taking person with incredibly poor judgment. Whatever popped into my head at the time seemed like a great idea and I went with it. Specifically, I went to the clinic with STDs, to bankruptcy court, to jail. Eventually I went off Zoloft, after lots of damage had been done, and now deal with my depression without medication.
She's not using this as an excuse but if her experience with anti-depressants was anything like mine then maybe it's a reasonable explanation for what seems like completely out-of-character behavior. In any event I'm not going to judge her.
Hats too bee shed wrote:Sprintgeezer wrote:And all this time I had just assumed that you were a dude.
If I understand correctly, she was doing this WHILE she was married, and he KNEW about it?!
That's certainly strange. He is a lawyer, however, so there's a good chance he's a moral relativist.
What are the chances that he sent clients her way?
The fast-track to partnership.
OTOH, maybe he's gay and they never do it anyway, so what would either of them care?
Lots of possible explanations, I would like to hear some more reporting.
She was a distance runner with T&A. I loved her.
20 years ago, she had, possibly, the best derriere on planet earth.
There are no normal guys on this site. Normal guys can write in their native tongue to a passable extent. That doesn't occur here.
Any normal guy on this sight is wondering "what if" right now.
Save your neo-Victorian sensibilities for the other phony's in your life.
I didn't think of that - but maybe this is what the Mayans foresaw. Suzy Favor as a midlevel prostitute. Suzy blanking Favor.
This truly is the end of the world.
You don't know about the marriage part. That is a matter for the husband and wife to decide.
Blah, blah, blah... wrote:
Now Regina and Suzy are both cheaters; one in sport, one in marriage.