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Friday, February 24, 2006

men: beware the beer

On a side note: I actually beat my mom at scrabble tonite by 1 point!!! Shocking in my family. I am the 1st and only to do so thus far...I dont think i will play again, so i can retain my standing. :)

check this out: lol
someone sent this to me today....enjoy.


Police warn all male clubbers, partygoers and unsuspecting pub regulars to be more alert and cautious when accepting a drink offer from a woman.

There is a date rape drug going around called "beer" and it appears in liquid form. - The drug is being used by female sexual predators at parties to persuade male victims to have sex with them.

"Beer" is available virtually anywhere. All a women has to do is persuade a guy to consume a few units of "beer" and simply ask him home for "no-strings-attached sex". Men are rendered helpless against such attacks.

After several "beers" men will often succumb to performing sex acts on horrific looking women who they would never normally be attracted to.

Men often wake up after having "beer" with only hazy memories of what happened to them the night before -- just a vague feeling that something bad occurred.

At other times these unfortunate men might be conned into a familiar scam known as "a relationship" -- apparently men are easier victims for this scam after the "beer" has been administered and they have already been sexually attacked. Forward this alert to every male you know..........

However, if you fall victim to this insidious drug and the predatory women administering it, there are male support groups where you can discuss the details of your shocking encounter in an open manner with a bunch of similarly affected victims.

For your nearest support group, look up "Taverns" in the yellow pages

On another side note: while talking to some friends at work the topic of love in relationships came up. i would like your opinions on this: WHen in a relationship how important is it to be "in love" with the other person versus just loving them and who they are. To me they are two different things. What do you think?

Kristie :: 9:00 PM :: 2 comments links to this post

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