Trolls on AFF?  

KDR305 46M/46F
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1/19/2006 6:30 pm

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Trolls on AFF?


Whew... I haven't written anything in a few days. I took the advice of several readers and visited the advice section for a while over the weekend. At first I really enjoyed it, but I ended up logging off as a very pissed-off, annoyed human being.

There are a few people who seem to just lurk around the advice message board, ready to pounce on innocent advice seekers. They spew hatred, judgement and venom. Usually upon someone who is already uncomfortable and probably nervous about opening up in the first place.

Unfortunately, I got sucked in by their venom and responded in kind.

I say unfortunately, not because they didn't deserve it, but because it detracted from the normal, positive feelings I get when reading the thoughts of people on this site.

What amount of hatred and self-loathing does someone need to have in order to get their kicks from insulting people?

And how does someone find it pleasurable to spend their free time immersed in negativity and hatred?

There is something for everyone on this site. Why bother spending time with those that you disagree with or don't understand? Unless you're trying to learn something about something different? To understand it, or to find a way to accept others as different yet valuable?

I don't know. I'll never know or understand people who behave this way.

The thing that gets me most, is that I behaved poorly as well. Sank to their level in my responses to their assinine posts. Which I'm sure only served to bring others down even more.

Yuck.

Why would anyone begin a response to a request for advice with the words: "You make me sick."?

Unbelieveable and totally unconcionable on a site like this.

Any thoughts?

KDR305 46M/46F

1/20/2006 2:21 pm

I should add one thing in case anyone who's visiting has read any of the responses I wrote that night.

The angry, hateful-sounding one that were directed at married men who are on AdultFriendFinder to openly cheat on their wives?

I don't have a single regret or second thought about those ones.

Here's the deal: If you take the vows, honor the vows.

If you can't be faithful, or don't love her/him anymore? Be an adult and say so.

If you can't be on AdultFriendFinder and be honest about it with whoever is in your life? IMO, you shouldn't be here.

And you definitley don't want my skinny white ass to come across your post asking for advice on how to become a successful adulterer, cuz I'll tell you exactly what I think of you.

And I'll click the Post button with a smile.


KDR305 46M/46F

1/25/2006 5:53 pm

Very well said, Shy.

As usual.


Fox4aKnight1 43F

1/29/2006 10:48 pm

hmmm I agree with Shy ......But like I said to her many times ...I rarely truely post my own opnions ....mostly due to the fact that most wouldn't listen anyhow. If they are married and not following their vows IE adulters, Then why would they listen to me when They already know better.

Kelli


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