Why sending dirty messages is a bad idea (NSFW).

11 Jun

Because if they’re leaked, something like this could happen to you (extremely NSFW):

(For those not watching, it’s Bill Maher and Jane Lynch giving a verbatim “dramatic reading” of Rep. Anthony Weiner’s Facebook messages with a Las Vegas blackjack dealer named Lisa.)

Maybe it wouldn’t happen to you on this scale, but stuff like this doesn’t go quietly into the night.  I don’t trust cell phones, Twitter, or Facebook.

(HT: THR)

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14 Responses to “Why sending dirty messages is a bad idea (NSFW).”

  1. Martini June 11, 2011 at 11:09 am #

    “I don’t trust cell phones, Twitter, or Facebook.”

    Ditto.

    Keep nudism/sexytime IRL only.
    Should you uncover your ass, then be sure that your ass is covered.

  2. jen June 11, 2011 at 2:47 pm #

    This was sooo funny…it had me gasping….plus Weiner is such a moron, just knowing he did this to himself is funny in a pathetic way

  3. OhioStater June 11, 2011 at 5:40 pm #

    People also tattoo their girlfriend/boyfriends name, as if their uncommitted partner will never leave them. As if their uncommitted partners will never betray them, and release their naked pictures and videos. What is remarkable is these women had no problem betraying Weiner after he lost his alpha status. So much in dating is conditional.

  4. Kathy June 11, 2011 at 7:25 pm #

    The problem here is that texts were sent to other women. Now if he had just sent risque messages to his wife, wouldn’t have been a problem.. No one would give a toss. It’s not news.

    When I first started texting my husband explicit messages a few years ago, a friend commented “What if someone else sees them?”

    What’s the worst that can happen ?
    Someone finds out that I am having sex with my husband?

    Ha ha ha ha ha. SRSLY!

  5. Nautilus June 11, 2011 at 11:02 pm #

    The best part is his name. I seriously thought I had somehow stumbled onto The Onion when I first saw it.

    A wise man once told me, “If you ever want to run for political office, if you never want to be caught on a gay porn site, if you ever want to get married, never, ever take nude photos of yourself! If you decide to ignore all that, for heaven’s sake don’t put your face in them.”

    Kathy’s comment is gold. The first 2 of the last 3 lines should be framed somewhere.

  6. OffTheCuff June 12, 2011 at 10:59 am #

    Right, Kathy. Dirty messages are great, if you’re not deceiving someone else. Then again, Athol & his wife got a little blowback at work for publicizing his book, but, it just goes to show how hypocritical many people are. And how jealous they are of people who get laid…

    Let’s not confuse criticizing being fun & sexy, with criticizing cheating.

  7. Eumaios June 14, 2011 at 9:57 pm #

    I came here expecting an NSFW MS Paint drawing. Disappointed.

  8. Rebekah June 14, 2011 at 10:40 pm #

    All I can say is…Ewww. Does correspondence like this really turn women on? It would be such a turn-off to me – my attraction would be zapped.

  9. Aunt Haley June 15, 2011 at 7:47 am #

    Does correspondence like this really turn women on?

    Well, it seems to work on certain politically like-minded women….

    (Now I’m waiting for people to show up and yell, “Every man wishes his wife would send him Facebook messages like that! Don’t marry anyone who won’t! She’ll ruin your life!”)

  10. y81 June 15, 2011 at 11:21 am #

    ” it seems to work on certain politically like-minded women….”

    From what I can see, most of Weiner’s female correspondents are loser-ish girls who want attention and don’t have any way to get it other than flaunting their sexuality. In the first instance, they talked dirty to get attention from a high status male; now that he is damaged goods, many of them are publicizing their conversations to attract media attention.

    It is, of course, possible for a woman who exerts herself mildly to attract attention to something other than her orifices, even if it’s only the accuracy of her typing or the excellence of her home decor, but these girls are probably too lazy and stupid. It is also possible for a woman to have the attention of the Power that rules the universe, which is even better than a congressman, but this attention is only available to the elect.

  11. Aunt Haley June 15, 2011 at 6:04 pm #

    From what I can see, most of Weiner’s female correspondents are loser-ish girls who want attention and don’t have any way to get it other than flaunting their sexuality. In the first instance, they talked dirty to get attention from a high status male; now that he is damaged goods, many of them are publicizing their conversations to attract media attention.

    Isn’t that a no-brainer, though? Weiner went trolling for extramarital kicks on Twitter and Facebook. Anyone could have predicted the quality of woman he would attract (or pursue, for that matter).

  12. Rebekah June 15, 2011 at 11:13 pm #

    (Now I’m waiting for people to show up and yell, “Every man wishes his wife would send him Facebook messages like that! Don’t marry anyone who won’t! She’ll ruin your life!”)

    I could maybe see saying of portion of the things in that video to a husband or wife during intimate moments to be silly or something, but on the whole that was disgusting.

    Also, it boggles the mind why the women involved would come forward. How embarrassing. If it were me, and I happened to have had such an unfortunate lapse in judgement, I’d be like, “Weiner who?”

  13. Aunt Haley June 16, 2011 at 1:06 pm #

    Some of the women are probably doing it for the fame, but others are probably doing it to cover their behinds.

  14. Rebekah June 16, 2011 at 2:24 pm #

    […] others are probably doing it to cover their behinds.

    Cover their behinds from what? The worst thing that could happen is some sort of social backlash, and that’s going to happen if their names get out whether or not they speak up. Seems like there would be less attention/repercussion by just being quiet, ignoring everything, and laying low until nobody cares anymore. I don’t see how going forward helps them in any way.

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