View Full Version : Anyone else see what's horribly wrong with this?

03-07-2006, 07:56 PM
A database created by scorned women. Claiming their ex's cheated on them. Whether said ex's actually did or didn't is apparently not important.


03-07-2006, 08:07 PM

Oh man... They want photos, names, addresses (including city and state), age, etc. That's so not cool and quite scarey, in my opinion.

Do you think you're in that database, Suit...(lol)?

3 to be 4
03-07-2006, 08:11 PM
A database created by scorned women. Claiming their ex's cheated on them. Whether said ex's actually did or didn't is apparently not important.


:dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: oh wait....im married. i dont have to care

:bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy:

03-07-2006, 08:15 PM
That is funny though. What's wrong Suit? Scared you are on there? LOL!

Ohio Steeler
03-07-2006, 08:17 PM
:dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: :dang: oh wait....im married. i dont have to care

:bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy: :bouncy:

I am with you but I will say it is funny

03-07-2006, 08:24 PM
I haven't cheated since I was 16, and I was caught (which explains why I haven't cheated since).

03-07-2006, 08:25 PM
Here's another one:


Women these days!

03-07-2006, 08:35 PM
hell hath no fury dude.....

03-07-2006, 08:47 PM
I've never cheated my girlfriends but I might be on it because I had this one bitch who was practically a stalker. She was a friend of my ex and we had only ever talked on the phone but she became obsessed with me. I got sick of it and told her I don't ever want to hear from her again and I want her to forget I exist. I still get sneak calls from her once in a while from blocked numbers or a number I don't recognize. The conversation always goes like this: "Hello?" "Hey" "Who dis?" "It's me" ::click:: She doesn't get a hint easy.


03-08-2006, 11:07 AM
haha that's amusing. definitely scary/crazy, but amusing nonetheless

03-08-2006, 02:11 PM
Sounds like perfect subject matter for a movie on "The Lifetime for Women's Channel".

03-08-2006, 04:09 PM
It really sucks to be certain things.Like a guy,or a white guy at that.

I'm not trying to be racist or sexist,because I am neither,but it's true.

Chics get is easy compared to guys most of the time,and there is a huge double standard.

If a girl wants to play football,the coach has to let her because there is no girls football team.If he doesn't,then he's labeled a sexist and people ask for his head.But then when he lets her play,and she gets hurt,he's labeled as an idiot and told that "she is only a girl" by the EXACT same people.

You don't see many women working in construction,or as mechanics,or any job that is normally considered a "man's job".But when a woman does do one of those jobs,many times she gets paid more than the men because she's a woman,therefore deserves more pay.

Also,it's much easier for a woman to get a college scholarship than a man.If the credentials are the same,the woman gets it for being a woman.Or she'll have worse credentials and get the scholarship anyhow just because she's a woman.Same with many jobs.

I bet if we start a "don't date this ho" site and list women that have cheated,we'd be shut down for being sexist pigs.

And the race thing is like this.You have BET,college funds for only black people,and magazines taylored to white people.But if you make the same things,only it's for white people,it's then racist and illegal.

Sorry for the rant guys,this site just pisses me off,because bitches act like women never cheat,and if they do it's the guys fault.

03-08-2006, 11:33 PM
THEY STOLE MY IDEA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

03-10-2006, 05:11 PM
They talked about this website on The Today Show yesterday morning. They interviewed a few guys who aren't too happy about it. They said that if a guy is listed on this site and a background check, etc., is conducted at anytime on that guy by a company as a prospective employee by an employer, something like this could have huge ramifications for any employment opportunities for that man. The men also said that there are two sides to every story, and that they feel that they should be given the right to tell their side of the story. I agree with both of their points. The woman who owns the site said that, in the future, she is going to send an e-mail to any man who is listed on their site to let him know that he has been listed, and that he will then, in turn, have the opportunity to respond on the site to the accusations, if he so desires.

I dunno... I laughed when I first saw the site, but after hearing the guys' point of view, I can really sympathize with them. There are two sides to every story, and I think stuff like this should remain somewhat private between the ex-couples. I can understand if either party discussed a breakup with friends, family members, lawyers if going through a divorce, etc., but posting a guy's personal information on the Net is wrong, in my opinion. I know I wouldn't like it if the roles were reversed.