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paiktis
10-02-2009, 12:23:38
Hello again. Again girl trouble and again in an internet cafee with the space key not working properly I have toslam it.

ANyway, getaload of this.

Mygirlfriend of 4 months, HATES englishmen. She said thatshe received a lot of "racism" from when she was studying there.
Now I am in a way an englishman in the way that I enjoy enormously that tongue in cheek clever vitriolic humour and that I use it all the time

Now, she hates englishmen so much that she loves arabs because I think she sees them as the complete opposite.
She even had relationship with them. GULP. 2palestinians. Fucking HAIl ISRAEL, youknow?

anyway she is going to palestine fromtime to time for herjob like once a year.

WHo's to say that she doesnt have a thing for someone there.
Howam I goingto check that? Besides I havenointerest in going there.

She didn't tell me about the palestinians. I stumbledacross someevidence from the past. I was justtaken aback by her mania with palestine. And it short of allclinged together. I confornted her and she said thatthose stories have ended and that she lovespalestine because she had a good time there.

She toldme that she keeps in contact with her exes. I justdon't think I can trust her.

Shesays she'sleft wing but she's more into taking not giving.

Her family is crazy... some sort of "cultural intelligencia" that has a sickening amount of passivity. Anyway.

I wouldn't want to jumpto conclusions but since I'm your average greek I have the coloursof themediterenean and I wondered if that's whatattracted her.

She told her mother that she never loved before untill shemetmebut that feeling has waned big time by now. Also I feelexlucded from thatpalestine stuff. It would appear that some of her collegeus and closefriends (in the educationalfield) pursued relationships with palestinians. She never toldmeshe did the same.I found out myself. And whatbugs me is that this fever with palestineis very wellmuch alivetoday still.
Those arabs (no racism intended) have found a brilliant way to recruit wouldn't you say?
Disgrantled girls with father issues and theybecome the best jenisars forpalestine. Well Israel has just found an ally here

MoSe
10-02-2009, 12:30:20
blankspacesareoverrated,muchbetterthisway

You could hire Venom to kill her exes, he's in Romania now, not very far

paiktis
10-02-2009, 12:36:03
I can doit myself,but it would bemuch morefun the venomway,i'msure

Tizzy
10-02-2009, 12:36:45
Better be quick, he's leaving soon

paiktis
10-02-2009, 12:36:51
I am going to buy at -shirt with the star of david for when a palestinian friend comesto visither and he willbe staying at her house. I'll just come in and say hello.
Then I'm gpoing to ask himhow many of hisbrothers hismom sent out with explosives and if he couldspareme a virgin in the future if he does thesame.
Tacky I know but I'llrefine it.

MDA
10-02-2009, 12:40:37
I justdon't think I can trust her.

Either you're not ready or she's not the one.

paiktis
10-02-2009, 12:53:36
I'mthinking she's not the one more andmore...

Drekkus
10-02-2009, 12:58:44
I think English Palestinians are the answer

Funko
10-02-2009, 12:59:59
Debaser and Gramercy Riffs. (http://thepalestinians.co.uk/)

King_Ghidra
10-02-2009, 13:19:55
I didn't think Paiktis' posts could get any better, but the space bar problem has done it.

How can one man have so much woman trouble, though. Good lord.

Greg W
10-02-2009, 13:47:38
That's alright KG, I haven't told you half of the stories I have been through in the last 4-5 years. :eek:Originally posted by paiktis
anyway she is going to palestine fromtime to time for herjob like once a year.

WHo's to say that she doesnt have a thing for someone there.
Howam I goingto check that? Besides I havenointerest in going there.
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She toldme that she keeps in contact with her exes. I justdon't think I can trust her.Pretty much agree with what MDA said.

The fact that you feel the need to check her past is a bad sign in itself. Maybe she doesn't deserve the trust, or maybe it's just you being paranoid from past experiences. Hard to tell with so little info.

In the end though, the fact she had relations with a couple of Palestinian men and goes back there once a year for work isn't a big deal. What is is what type of person she is and whether you think she's the type to go back there and have a fling on her once a year trip away.

From the sounds of it, you think she may be the type to do so. So either you're right, or you're paranoid. I don't think we can judge which, really.

You just have to ask yourself whether deep down you trust her or not. If you don't then no amount of logic, rhyme nor reason is going to change your mind.

Just realise though that one large part of love is trusting someone enough to put your heart in their hands, knowing that they could rip it apart if things go wrong. Maybe not 4 months into a relationship, but down the track you want to trust them that much. Getting there from a basis of mistrust now would be tough.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
10-02-2009, 14:47:16
"Shesays she'sleft wing but she's more into taking not giving." - You discovered the left wing philosophy on taxation.

Also I'm impressed that you managed to find another psycho. Not sure what it is, helper-syndrome maybe?

paiktis
10-02-2009, 19:53:43
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
Not sure what it is, helper-syndrome maybe? [/B]

Yes! She also teaches adult immigrants the greek language, manage to get them out of jail etc but also is seeking having relationships on a friendly basis with them.

What is helper syndrome because I'm pretty sure she has it. I searched the net but without any success.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
10-02-2009, 20:03:18
maybe I mistranslated, will look it up

Dyl Ulenspiegel
10-02-2009, 20:22:12
Don't know if this helps:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helfersyndrom

Couldn't find a really fitting translation, although many sites mention it. Addictive need to help others to compensate for a lack of support the helper suffered in earlier life, especially childhood.

paiktis
10-02-2009, 20:27:54
The description fits like a glove... knowing her childhood....
But I don't know german but anyway, that's it, yes. I wonder where I could find more info in english.
In any case danke dyl.

Dyl Ulenspiegel
10-02-2009, 20:33:01
The german term has been coined by Wolfgang Schmidbauer, and it's often connected with burnout. So maybe a search with his name and "burnout" may yield more.

Provost Harrison
10-02-2009, 22:24:01
Tell your girlfriend I love her too :D

JM^3
10-02-2009, 22:47:46
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel

Also I'm impressed that you managed to find another psycho. Not sure what it is, helper-syndrome maybe?

I am not, there is a pattern here.

JM

Oerdin
10-02-2009, 22:59:25
Originally posted by Provost Harrison
Tell your girlfriend I love her too :D

Don't we all? :cute:

MoSe
11-02-2009, 09:55:25
Originally posted by Dyl Ulenspiegel
Also I'm impressed that you managed to find another psycho. Not sure what it is, helper-syndrome maybe?

LOLOLOLOLOL

I was sure Dyl was referring to paiktis' helper-syndrome, because he always manages to get involved with psychos!!!!

NOT his gf's helper-syndrome

:lol:

King_Ghidra
11-02-2009, 10:07:58
:D

Scabrous Birdseed
11-02-2009, 10:08:00
I'm not sure Palestine is the kind of place people go to for pleasure. Maybe she genuinely goes there to volunteer, to still her conscience or whatever?

Funko
11-02-2009, 10:16:32
Fine lines between to still her conscience / to make herself feel good / for pleasure?

Dyl Ulenspiegel
11-02-2009, 11:01:07
Originally posted by MoSe
LOLOLOLOLOL

I was sure Dyl was referring to paiktis' helper-syndrome, because he always manages to get involved with psychos!!!!

NOT his gf's helper-syndrome

:lol:

No, that would be paiktis syndrome. Always gets involved with psycho girls without helping them.

MoSe
11-02-2009, 16:15:17
he can't help

Lazarus and the Gimp
11-02-2009, 18:04:51
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v226/raltherr/koala.gif

Funko
12-02-2009, 09:05:05
:lol:

King_Ghidra
12-02-2009, 13:38:21
that is very funny, but i don't understand it

Greg W
12-02-2009, 23:57:05
Yeah, I don't get the reference either. :drekkus:

MOBIUS
13-02-2009, 00:53:39
Best Paiktis thread evah!:beer:

Lazarus and the Gimp
13-02-2009, 06:37:39
It seemed to fit the logic of the thread so far.

Funko
13-02-2009, 09:07:20
I didn't think there was anything to get.

King_Ghidra
16-02-2009, 13:38:23
oh if i can just enjoy the koala punching that's ok.

the way the internet is, i always assume i'm missing an in-joke

Funko
16-02-2009, 13:43:38
True.

Venom
16-02-2009, 14:23:03
Punching the koala is the new brown card.

Funko
16-02-2009, 14:27:17
It must be a euphemism of some kind.

MoSe
16-02-2009, 15:42:12
especially punching a four-eyed coffee-drinking koala