She met him online. They went out on date ...and you wouldn't guess what this SuperDICK came with! Pathetic!...
Three kids and 15 year later ... emails and text messages gave it...
What a dick! We've all had one!
Ok ladies, we've all been there - upset at our other half, whether it be a boyfriend, husband, friend with privileges or even a booty call. And there are times we just want to vent, and we do to our girlfriends, but sometimes we just don't want them to know all our business or they are just tired of hearing us.
So ladies, here is your perfect girlfriend - she's called WHAT A DICK! She will listen to you, and she won't ever throw it in your face, she won't ever tell your mother, sister or the girlz. Weelll, maybe a few strangers but she'll never mention your name or where you live or the name of the “DICK” you're talking about.
Here's how it works! For lisaliving purposes, all men are RICHARDS - now we have nothing against Richards in particular, but the nick name for Richard is Dick - and what a perfect symbol for venting. What better name than DICK! The madder you are at him the bigger a dick he becomes.
You must play by the rules to have your vent posted. Do not post anything that will identify you or your dick or any parties involved - you wouldn't want to blow your dick's cover would you!
Use your words
No “f” words - who knows what little diva in training might find her way to this page
To describe how “mad”, “vex” or “upset” you are at your “man” use the following:
A little upset - call him Richard
Upset - call him Dick
Really Upset- call him Big Dick
Really really irate - call him super dick (or use as many supers as you want)
DO NOT use his real name, his name is Richard or any variations of Dick
DO NOT use your real name
DO NOT use the name of the city, town, village, you live in
If you remain anonymous you can tell your whole business and never be found out - but in the end you feel gooood because you have gotten it off your chest. And since others will be reading your-vent-you may end up with some good advice along the way, or at the very least comfort in knowing you are not alone!