Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shivvy, Jan 26, 2016.
If so, tell your story
If they deserve it......No problem....And yes I have............
I never have. I remember my dad calling my mom that once and he had a bloody nose
What the actual fuck, dude?
hell yeah, if they're acting like a cunt
If they are acting like one I have no problem letting them know.
I did at one time. After that I didn't have any balls at all.
Shivvy, best thread starter ever@!
If we were all in England, this wouldn't be a thread.
Once. She cried. I felt bad.
It's a lot easier to push them down a flight of stairs and walk away.
Are you working up the courage and need the inspiration?
Some famlly members can get the c word
Does it have the same impact when a woman says it to another?
No, but I also the manners not to...that and a genuine interest in self preservation.
I was raised in the south. I was taught by my granddad to open car doors for the ladies, light their cigarettes, pull out chairs at restaurants. Southern gentlemen would never call a lady a cunt.
It doesn't take a man to abuse women.
Yep. I'm not ashamed to say it. One of the best days of my life.
Went thru a godawful, soul-sucking, heart wrenching relationship with a woman I was warned about.
I've never met a person more cruel before or since. She did everything possible to hurt me and I just keep putting up with it.
When I finally got my shit straight and she couldn't bother me anymore she ramped up her activity. It drive her insane to not have that ability to drive me nuts.
She came into the bar I was running at the time at was over the top obnoxious. Just cruel.
Too late to make this a short story, but the C-word was dropped, followed by a standing ovation from the entire bar. If ever there was a "mic-drop" moment, that was it for me. I apologized to the room for my language after the demon left. Almost a dozen women came over to tell me it was completely warranted and about time.