Girls who smoke—

      I am inexplicably turned on by watching girls smoking. Would anyone like to smoke in front of me, and let me get off? And maybe more ;)

—Horny

Posted at a quarter past four in the afternoon on November 23rd, 2014.  link   hide  

Here over break and bored—

      Anyone want to hang out one of these days/evenings/whenever? I have some beer on hand if that's your bag, but it's fine if it's not.

—Just trying to have some kind of human interaction this week

Posted at seven o'clock in the evening on November 22nd, 2014.  link   hide  

Analficionados—

      So I had anal sex with my GF for the first time last night. While she liked it bc it felt very different, I didn't really think it was that great. It was mentally exciting and felt forbidden, but physically it was so tight (even though we used a quart of lube :)) that it took a long time for me to come. So whats so great aboit it? Am I missing something?

—Buttman

Posted at a quarter to four in the afternoon on November 17th, 2014.  link   hide  
Google "Santorum".
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to four in the afternoon on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Honestly it probably felt better for her than you
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  
OP, you are one spoiled buttman. A girl letting you do anal is a gift. I am glad you are at least not ruining it for her by forcing yourself in. Try it again and see how it feels. The key next to lube is mental relaxation. Enjoy it while it lasts- I hold those girls near and dear, they are hard to find.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  
^^^^ Questions to OP: When enjoying the anal sex, did you come across any rogue feces? Was the condom foul-smelling when you finished?
—Anonymous
Posted at half past twelve in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link  
All shiny and clean afterwards. I heard that unless she needs to go, there shouldn't be any leftovers in the pipe. Then again, I've only done this once :)
—OP
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on November 20th, 2014.  link  
This seemed more like an instance of OP bragging about doing the ass-nasty instead of complaining that he didn't like it.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past twelve in the morning on November 21st, 2014.  link  
True dat
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to two in the morning on November 22nd, 2014.  link  
Is anyone else turned on by girls farting?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  
Santorum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
—Anonymous
Posted at four o'clock in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

Um.—

      A few of my friends said yesterday that they're just not attracted to black people, but they claim not to be racist. Oh my fucking god. How do I help them understand that that is totally racist? Is there anything I can do?

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on October 27th, 2014.  link   hide  
Jesus Christ. Racism really is everywhere. If they weren't attracted to any of the black people they ever met, which is probably like 5, they assume that none of them are attractive. People are really stupid at times.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on October 27th, 2014.  link  
^ Unfortunately, this argument is not going to convince them, though :P

I only have a secondhand understanding of sexual attraction, so i'll leave that argument to other people, but one of the main ways that your friends are being racist is by resorting to essentialism and greatly generalizing identities. Race, like anything, is a spectrum, and they are inherently putting people into boxes with this sort of mentality and dividing people into "interested" and "not interested" by only looking at their skin colour.

In other words, it's racist because it perpetuates race as a way of categorizing people. And more than that, discriminates on basis of.

I'm not going to say that people do or don't have "types", and i'm not going to say whether or not that involves skin colour, because i honestly have no experiences there. But EVEN IF that is the case, using a single factor like skin colour as a way of pre-judging them shorts both parties involved. That's like saying "oh blue eyes are more my type" and then discarding out of hand the totally-compatible-in-every-way-and-also-otherwise-your-type green-eyed person right in front of you.

So yeah, those are my thoughts. Hope they help.
—[leaf]
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the morning on October 27th, 2014.  link  
Yeah, having a preference for skin color isn't racist. Just like people have a preference for height, eye color, or hair color, you can have a preference for skin color. It's not racist to have a preference for one group. You're not actively disparaging any group at all. Race is a concept that we define. Over time, the boundaries of what defines race have changed. Suppose we defined it based on hair color. Would that make having a preference for hair color racist? We certainly don't see it that way right now. If people are worried about not including some group of people, you're certainly not obligated to be attracted to everyone. Heck, what about ugly people? Most people would would actively choose not to date someone that is legitimately ugly. It sucks for them, but it's not racist or discriminatory in any way. Just become something is out of your control doesn't mean that people should ignore it.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past four in the afternoon on October 27th, 2014.  link  
You don't think that "I'm just not attracted to black people" is disparaging? Racist history should be obvious here, and aren't you writing off some pretty awesome potential romances by judging based on any physical feature? I'm white, by the way, and I don't think race is a determinant in attractiveness or ugliness.
—OP
Posted at five o'clock in the evening on October 27th, 2014.  link  
It's one thing to know a black person or a person of any race and think they're an ugly or unattractive individual, but it's another to say that all black people aren't attractive. Same goes for any race. Based on historical crap, it's more understandable if a non-white person is wary of whites as dates, but they are also limiting themselves and stereotyping.
—OP
Posted at a quarter past five in the evening on October 27th, 2014.  link  
RE "It sucks for them, but it's not racist or discriminatory in any way.":

Refusing to date ugly people isn't racist, but it is discriminatory. Like, by definition.
—[leaf]
Posted at a quarter past five in the evening on October 27th, 2014.  link  
Of course you're going to discriminate about the people you want to be with... Like, I think one has complete right to choose who he/she/it wants to get involved with and that doesn't really make it racist. I wouldn't date someone who's obese, or someone who's really ugly. I don't usually like black women just like I don't usually like hindi women or arab/etc because sexual attraction has to do a lot with the ideals of beauty one grows up with and that you can't really force someone to change that, sorry. Some people won't like you because they don't find you attractive for some reason and you have to deal with it.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the evening on November 3rd, 2014.  link  
There's a difference between change and acknowledgment. I think the call here is more to acknowledge the fact that maybe your preferences have racist underpinnings, not to actually somehow change the wiring of your brain. Knowing where you come from and how your background has shaped you is important, and I think there is value in being conscious of this sort of stuff.
—[leaf]
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on November 3rd, 2014.  link  
^ Also acknowledging the impact that your preferences and actions can have on others, and how they can reinforce negative stereotypes. This isn't saying “oh you have to do the impossible and change who you are attracted to”, this is saying that you should be a conscious of your impact on society and culture, and that maybe if you ARE contributing to racism or sexism or heteronormativity or whatever that you can seek to reduce that impact or compensate in other ways.
—[leaf]
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on November 3rd, 2014.  link  
You Whitties are seing racism everywhere... It's freaking ridiculous... Chill out for god sake!
—a foreigner student
Posted at a quarter to three in the morning on November 4th, 2014.  link  
^I don't know. In some ways, this campus is a bit overly PC. I grew up in a non-politically correct area and sometimes I joke about sensitive things like mental illness or obesity or I say figuratively that "I want to kill myself" too much. That said, I have been fat, and I have suffered from mental illness, and I have contemplated suicide in the past, so I joke about dark things so as to deal with them, though I accept that not every other person who has gone through those things will want to laugh about it.

Despite my willingness to poke fun at things, and watch things like South Park, Family Guy, and The Simpsons, and be slightly non-PC for cathartic reasons, tendencies that you just don't tend to find at this school, I do find it to be pretty questionable when someone says with no sarcasm that they're "just not attracted" to AN ENTIRE RACIAL OR ETHNIC GROUP. I don't care who says it. It might be more understandable to me, a white liberal person, if a non-white person just wasn't attracted to white people for societal and historical reasons, but to say that about a historically oppressed group is especially very questionable to me. It's like they're trying to excuse their own bigotry by saying that they "just don't find it appealing, but I swear I'm not racist." BS. They're either hopelessly ignorant about their own prejudice by writing off an entire group of people based on generalizations about what all of them are like, or they know damn well what they are doing, and are looking to excuse themselves, or worse, for like-minded company to be secretly racist with. I had some 'friends' who said these exact things about black people. They continued to prove themselves to be closed-minded and hypocritical, and this post makes me wish that I had told them off for it. At the same time, when people are far gone enough to say something that bigoted, I don't know if there is anything you can do, except introduce them to an attractive black person. Ha.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on November 9th, 2014.  link  
The thing that really stands out to me is that this seems like a much stronger statement than "i prefer blondes". Like, it is possible to prefer blondes and still date a redhead. That's not what's happening here.

This isn't prefering one skin colour over another, this is making it a deciding factor. This is reducing people who are black to the colour of their skin, while viewing whites as the product of a multitude of traits (hair colour, eye colour, height, weight, personality, "beauty", etc.). And that shit's racist.
—[leaf]
Posted at a quarter to eight in the morning on November 10th, 2014.  link  
^Agreed 100%
—Anonymous
Posted at eleven o'clock in the morning on November 10th, 2014.  link  
I'd like to first state that my opinion on the matter is that it's not offensive to not be attracted to a group of people. It's not someone's choice who they're attracted to. They don't get to choose. I don't get to choose who I find attractive, and you don't get to choose who you find attractive. Saying that it's offensive to not be attracted to a group of people is a completely insensitive statement. Claiming that their attractions have "racist underpinnings"? Are you seriously claiming to know why they're attracted to people and tell them who they should be attracted to? This is exactly the logic behind those who tell gay people that their attraction is a flaw, phase, wrong, or a disorder. Asking them to change who they find attractive? This is exactly the same as attempting to make a gay people become straight. IT'S NOT A CHOICE. They don't control who they're attracted to. It's completely insensitive and immoral to tell people who they should and shouldn't be attracted to.

Suppose that there was a group of people on earth that had green skin. Would you be attracted to them? Probably not. Prior to this question, did you consider yourself a racist? Probably not. Does not being being sexually attracted to green people then suddenly make you a racist?

What about saying that you're not attracted to obese people? Is this offensive? By saying this, without meeting each one, you're making the claim that you would not find any of them attractive. Is the idea of making a claim about someone's view on a group of people making you uncomfortable? People make plenty of these types of judgements. That doesn't make it offensive. Again, who we are attracted to is not a form of racism. Just like a white racist can be sexually attracted to people of other races, someone who's not racist can not be attracted to people of a certain race. People don't get to choose who they're attracted to. No one has the right to make claims about what they are "really feeling" or if those feelings are valid. To do so is utterly insensitive. Regardless of which group, be it a certain race, gender, sex, weight, height, or hair color, someone is not attracted to, it's not offensive. Sorry people, you sexual attraction is not something that people can control. It's not a judgment. It's purely hormonal. Not being attracted to a group of people is not racist.
—[Cherry Tree]
Posted at half past two in the afternoon on November 14th, 2014.  link  
^I'm attracted to green people...
—Captain Kirk
Posted at half past three in the afternoon on November 14th, 2014.  link  
^I'm glad I wasn't the only one that thought of the Star Trek reference XD

Cherry Tree: What I have a problem with in your statement is the idea that historical stuff is not at play when we become attracted to people. I don't agree that racial preferences or preferences for certain physical features are innate. I think that that is largely learned. I think it's possible for some people to decide to be straight or gay, and as I say that, I'm not one of those conservatives that sees it as a bad thing. Whether or not it's innate or not is irrelevant to me when it comes to gay people. I think it's possible to decide who you like to have sex with based on factors that aren't innate, but learned. If society had told you that green skin (if it existed) was sexy, you might see it in that light. I think it's possible that without gender norms, you'd see a lot more same-sex relationships. Human emotions are really complicated. I am a female that has id'd as straight since 5th grade, but I've had feelings for another woman where I wasn't sure of their nature. I didn't explore it more because I already like men and being in a same-sex relationship is stigmatized.

I'm not saying that I don't see where you're coming from. I have preferences, too. It just so happens that I tend to date curly-haired men with dark hair and dark eyes, regardless of race. I've dated Anglo, African, and Jewish guys. That said, I've liked Asian men who had straight hair, and very pale white men with white blond hair. I would have dated them if they had been interested, so my type that I've ended up dating does not even get at the whole range of looks I've been attracted to. Does this make me a better person? No, not inherently. But it does open me up to a lot of experiences of knowing and being in love with a variety of people. It's not that I "don't see race." I do. We all do. The point is to not judge someone for it or think that all people that you classify in some way are a certain way. There are a lot of black people. To say that you're just not attracted to all of them puts them under an umbrella and leads to generalizations.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on November 14th, 2014.  link  
^Same goes for any other race, too.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on November 14th, 2014.  link  
Also, regardless of where your attractions come from, they can and do affect people's perceptions of themselves and others, and if they are racial in nature they can contribute to an essentialist understanding of race and reinforce racism. I don't think it's too much to ask people to be conscious of that sort of thing.
—Anonymous
Posted at ten o'clock in the evening on November 15th, 2014.  link  
^Yes, that's exactly what I was getting at. Thank you.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past two in the morning on November 16th, 2014.  link  
This is all very interesting. I hope that people will be willing to look into why their tastes are the way that they are.
—Anonymous
Posted at four o'clock in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

This place recently—

      [Extreme misunderstanding of progressive view] is completely crazy and unreasonable, so clearly [racist and/or sexist view] must be correct, because reason.

—more than 2 options there

Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on November 16th, 2014.  link   hide  
Please elaborate.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past four in the afternoon on November 16th, 2014.  link  
http://www.theonion.com/articles/i-dont-support-feminism-if-it-means-murdering-all,37301/
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on November 16th, 2014.  link  
hahaha i wish. idgaf if people don't call themselves "feminist" if they still support feminist things

this is more what we've been seeing here: http://www.returnofkings.com/47910/feminists-attack-lincoln-university-president-for-saying-women-should-be-responsible-for-their-actions
—nottheonion
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Not sure what you mean?
—Anonymous
Posted at four o'clock in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

Drunken Frat Orgiers—

      I live in Walla Walla. Since 2013.

The Safeway store in my neighborhood is where these Whitman College students buy their weekend liquor. So I get a first-hand view of the culture of this city and the college squatting in it.

I live across a parking lot from what we presume is one of their frat houses. The "students" and the strangers they drag home are often drinking alcohol there until 3 or 4am depending on the weather.

Now, I went to a Mennonite sort of college in Kentucky, Berea -- and you know what makes it different in Berea? It's a dry town. Yes, it has zero alcohol for Berea students in that little KY burg. Those few who wish to trade their study time for partying must catch a ride to Lexington, an hour away.

Whitman College isn't effective in enforcing any sort of alcohol-abstinence policy.

So the students graduating there perpetuate the notion of the alcoholic artist, in between dodging all these complaints clearly brought on by their own participation in drunken frat orgies.

Given that these parties are really and truly going on here in Walla Walla, is it a stretch then to think that some of these party animals might rape off-premises?

At least Berea's college police had the common decency to come by the women's dorms and let us know when there had been a rape report.

I get the impression that out here in the Wild West common decency has become rare.

Those who are overly hot and bothered over this issue should come see how it really is in this sweatstain town before opening their mouths.

—WallaWallaWatcher

Posted at half past four in the afternoon on November 19th, 2014.  link   hide  
so uh what is your actual point
—Don't get it, too drunk
Posted at a quarter to eight in the evening on November 19th, 2014.  link  
U wot m8
—sergeant scrublord
Posted at half past eight in the evening on November 19th, 2014.  link  
1. You seem to have an exaggerated idea of Whitman partying. I have been to quite a few parties, many with alcohol, but have neither attended nor ever heard of (in the echo chamber of the Whitman gossip mill) anything approaching a "drunken frat orgy."

2. You seem to imply that by attending said "drunken frat orgies," women (or other victims, but your post seems to say women) are somehow, at least in part, to blame for being raped, and therefore should not get "overly hot and bothered." This attitude is extremely unfortunate, to put it mildly.

3. Why are you posting on this forum in the first place? To sneer and scold? This isn't Kentucky, it never has been and it never will be. The school and its students have their share of problems; none of them are really your business. While I'm all for maintaining good relations with the community (are your neighbors too loud? Go across the street and ask them to turn it down. Reaming them out anonymously on the internet will accomplish nothing) what students drink, who they bring home and what they do with them is really not your problem. And it's certainly not your place to tell them what they should think about frat rape or any other issue.

4. On a slightly different topic, it's unlikely that you live across from a frat house-- most of the homes in that area are student rentals. Unless there are Greek letters across the front, it's probably one of those same rentals.

In summary, your post is unproductive and reactionary, and if you actually want to accomplish something with your neighbors, I suggest you speak with them rather than hiding behind the anonymity of the internet.
—WallaWallaWatcher? Really? Are you trying to be creepy?
Posted at a quarter to one in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  
Also I find it hilarious that you think you know so much about any issues with the college and the town because you've lived here since LAST YEAR. Yeah hi, a large portion of the students have lived here since 2011, and have known this town longer than you have.
—get over yourself
Posted at a quarter to twelve in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link  
"students"

sheesh
—Anonymous
Posted at half past twelve in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link  
"Anonymous"

sheesh
—students
Posted at half past six in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link  
Walla Walla Watcher, I am a fratter and I agree with you. There is a culture of drug abuse in the college. It is one of the many things I am sorry for in this little place. It is very detrimental to everyone's health.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past seven in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link  
TROLL
—Anonymous
Posted at half past two in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  
I find it odd that society thinks that there are only two ways to look at alcohol: Prohibition, or intense partying. It's possible to have a moderate attitude with it.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to four in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

Senior TKE—

      Woah. Ever since I met you last Friday at the halloween quad, I feel like life has been just a little different. You were rocking quite possibly the best Dr. Who costume I've ever seen. In fact, my heart lit up as bright as the sonic screwdriver that I'm sure you had to borrow to complete your costume. (Insert four letter name here), I don't know what to say or how to talk to you though. I know you're in charge of all those backpage articles at the Pio, so you certainly know how to make a girl laugh. I'm always down for facial hair, and you've got that going for you. Then to top it all off, you like my favorite animal: wolves. We're perfect for each other. Disclaimer: I'm kinda only down for some cuddling, nothing intimate, but if we get too cozy I would definitely be down for some sort of long term commitment.

—Interested Lady

Posted at twelve o'clock in the evening on November 5th, 2014.  link   hide  
SEASE
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on November 5th, 2014.  link  
...THE DAY.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the afternoon on November 5th, 2014.  link  
hows he supposed to find you if you dont post an email??
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to one in the morning on November 21st, 2014.  link  
Why does TKE tend to attract the most sexy and masculine men on campus? Is there causal relationship between being a TKE and this sexiness/masculinity?
—Anonymous
Posted at three o'clock in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  
Go get him!
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to four in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

So—

      I'm a senior and I hate it here. It's a little late for that now, and I'm just going to have to do a thesis and pretend to like it, but I absolutely cannot wait to leave. I hate being under immense academic pressure to the point that I can't focus on anything. I hate living in an ivory tower and feeling helpless and ineffectual and like I have to constantly conform to a system that I can't relate to. I hate that being here makes me feel isolated from both the real world and the other students that attend this school because aside from study sessions, few seem to have any desire to build a sincere friendship if it doesn't do anything for one's status. It's all political, all the time. I hate group projects with people who are nice enough, but are very different from me and make me feel like my contributions to the group aren't good enough, and flat-out tell me that my ideas make no sense. I should be able to better handle criticism, but come on, Whitman, I thought we were oh-so-accepting of diverse viewpoints and experiences. I'm tired of stuck up rich kids thinking it's their business to critique me for things as ridiculous as drinking an occasional diet soda. It'd be one thing if one jerk did that, but many have. My body, my business. You don't see me critiquing some of those same people for binge drinking or other poor decisions.

This is not a friendly, warm place except for those who can conform to its standards. I can only hope that I will at least be respected and valued for who I am once I leave.

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link   hide  
I don't think all rich people are jerks like the ones I've described above. People of any monetary background can be mean. But there is a particular kind of elitist meanness here, even though not every rich person buys (ha) into that.
—OP
Posted at ten o'clock in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
NOTIFICATION: ONLY SODAS CONTAINING 'CANE SUGAR' AND SOLD IN GLASS BOTTLES MAY BE CONSUMED BY WHITMAN STUDENTS.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Give me my aspartame! (Which is fun to prounounce as though it were the name of a Greek hero: as-par-tah-mee)
—OP
Posted at a quarter past ten in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Etymology name: The word aspartame comes from the fact that it is a methyl ester of the aspartic acid / phenylalanine dipeptide. Aspartic acid comes from the fact it is derived from asparagine, which was isolated from asparagus juice. Asparagus, interestingly enough, comes (via Latin) from Greek asparagos, so OP is, in a roundabout way, correct!
—friendly neighbourhood linguist
Posted at twelve o'clock in the morning on November 18th, 2014.  link  
Hey OP, I know this doesn't mean much and probably sounds tacky, but I respect you. Hope once you graduate people appreciate you a little better than they have here.

Not everyone is a jerk, promise. The jerks are just louder :P / :'(
—Anonymous
Posted at twelve o'clock in the morning on November 18th, 2014.  link  
^^You are a cunning linguist.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past eight in the evening on November 18th, 2014.  link  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wgc2ZzOqlnk
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on November 18th, 2014.  link  
I feel you. People say that "oh your college friends are forever" and shit, and that everyone loses touch with their high school friends, but honestly, I'm way closer with my friends from high school than anyone here.

I think we just click better in certain environments over others.
—Another senior
Posted at a quarter to two in the afternoon on November 19th, 2014.  link  
Yes, I think that is true. I posted this in haste, but there are a lot of good things about Whitman to appreciate. But the downside to any small environment is that it can feel limiting and isolating if it is dominated by certain behavior expectations. Rude people are not exclusive to this school, and kind people can be found here. I have grown up a lot here, even if it meant a lot of hardship. Sometimes I think I would have thrived better at a bigger, more diverse school, but it's not good to have regrets this late in the game. And it's also not good to not appreciate that this school is prestigious and will be valued by future employers. I don't think the college system is perfect. The emphasis on me growing up that I was just going to college takes away from the reality that you have to have a plan when you get out. Just getting there was emphasized more than anything specific. For me, I was just going to go to college, I didn't really think about what that meant. I did not have any solid ideas on what my major or future career would be. I should have made a choice sooner, regardless of whether or not it was the 100% right choice. I don't know if there is a right job choice. Jobs are jobs, and it's great to do something meaningful, but what it really comes down to is that not everyone is going to inherently fit a particular job. For many people, there is no one job out there that would make them feel 100% fulfilled. You have to make compromises in jobs. I hope that I will like the career path that I chose. But what it comes down to for me is doing what I have to do so I can make enough money to be who I want to be and do what I want when I get home. If I could make money off of my art, I would, but for most, there needs to be a day job.
—OP
Posted at a quarter to four in the afternoon on November 22nd, 2014.  link  

People witn Bipolar—

      How did you first deal with the idea that you are clinically ill? I am finally devastated after a life of trying to hide it and now I'm trying to save whatever friendships I still have left while trying to seek help. Making an appointment at the Counseling Center was my first real try at stopping this disease. I haven't seen anyone yet though.
Do meds help? What do they do to you? How do you stay happy and productive? Do you drink / smoke?
What are bad episodes like?

—Anonymous

Posted at half past seven in the evening on November 20th, 2014.  link   hide  

gentlemen & gentlequeerz—

      Here over break?
Looking for something sensuous?
Hit me with your best shot.

—Pat Benatar

Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on November 21st, 2014.  link   hide  
oh, yes, and my email.
—Pat Benatar
Posted at a quarter to three in the afternoon on November 21st, 2014.  link  

Y'allzes—

      How does one get an actual relationship here?

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter to eleven in the evening on November 13th, 2014.  link   hide  
Graduate.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to nine in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link  
Ugh jesus pretty much
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  

Guys—

      Anyone had trouble with sexual potency (i.e. getting and keeping it up) in the past? Any suggestions for prevention or solutions?

—Whiskey dick is not my friend

Posted at half past one in the morning on November 16th, 2014.  link   hide  
I can have sex for hours without ejaculating.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past four in the afternoon on November 16th, 2014.  link  
Whenever I can't get it up, I just tell the girl that it's her fault.
—works every time
Posted at half past ten in the evening on November 16th, 2014.  link  
^ Yeah, I'm a little confused as how to get it to come out during sex. Is it the speed that matters, or is it more the texture?
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to eleven in the morning on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Above commenter,

It's a little bit of both. Rhythm is good, more so than speed. Texture is also kind of important, and the reason that hand jobs are kind of unpopular-- I have yet to get a good handjob from anyone other than myself. They often just wind up hurting.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past one in the afternoon on November 17th, 2014.  link  
Being comfortable with the lucky one, being healthy and without depressants of any kind helps get off quicker.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to six in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
I have huge problems with it. I have found this website: http://www.yourbrainonporn.com/

I think porn has fucked us up. It is sad for me that I can't get it up with my partner.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to two in the morning on November 18th, 2014.  link  
Just let it rest a little while if it's too floppy. Then come back at it a while later with a vengeance. Works every time. You get more bang for your buck... hehe
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past two in the afternoon on November 18th, 2014.  link  
Also Whiskey Dick is not anyone's friend. Unless you're a trigger-happy cowboy, then you might want the extra stamina
—Anonymous
Posted at half past two in the afternoon on November 18th, 2014.  link  
My ex couldn't get it up because of anti-depressants and marijuana.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  

Whit women—

      Anyone want to practice their oral skills today? Nothing more, nothing less, just need to stop by and have someone to take care of me.

—Anonymous

Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link   hide  
Yes, I'd like to order a blow job please. Mhm. Delivery. Yup. Mhm. Extra licking, hold the swallowing. Cash. Can I still use this coupon?
—Anonymous
Posted at half past three in the afternoon on November 14th, 2014.  link  
It's not delivery, It's Digiorno.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past four in the afternoon on November 19th, 2014.  link  
Yucky
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past twelve in the morning on November 20th, 2014.  link  

Anyone—

      I really want to finally come out to my family this Thanksgiving. Can anyone please just give me a little pump-up speech for the last motivation I need?

—Thanks

Posted at ten o'clock in the evening on November 18th, 2014.  link   hide  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6wRkzCW5qI
—Anonymous
Posted at half past ten in the evening on November 18th, 2014.  link  

What I'd say to you—

      Why did our friendship have to fall apart? There are bumps in the road in most types of relationships. We survived almost all of them. I did everything I could to right this. I gave you an ultimatum because you were being wishy-washy about whether or not I was actually your friend. I wish I hadn't had felt forced to do that. I wish that you had been willing to make peace instead of quietly backing out and leading me on until I had to corner you to tell me the truth. I hurt you, and I'm sorry. But you hurt me, too. I forced myself to put all of that hurt behind me because I couldn't imagine not having you in my life, even after everything we went through. It's still unthinkable. You know everything about me. You are the only person I've ever had an instant connection to. I bonded with you faster than I've ever bonded with anyone. And you said almost the same about me and you still threw me away. I see you and you look sad all the time. It's not about me, but I still care. Everyone says I should just be angry at you and move on. But I'm not. I don't think I'll ever be angry. Just confused and hurt. Time has helped. But I still think of funny things you said or things we did together before it all went to hell. Everything reminds me of you. I wish I didn't care so much. I know I shouldn't.

—Any advice out there on letting go?

Posted at half past nine in the evening on November 13th, 2014.  link   hide  
This is certainly relatable and creepily similar to things I have recently felt. What made me finally start to snap out of it was the help of a good friend in helping me laugh at the person, time, and finally understanding that people who don't care about you don't deserve a second of your time or a space in your mind. Hang in there. It won't matter to you eventually. Try to find things to laugh at them about, or make a list of all of the mean or stupid things they've done to you. That can help, too.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past ten in the evening on November 17th, 2014.  link  
http://arijandro.tumblr.com/post/47662728570
—★★★
Posted at twelve o'clock in the morning on November 18th, 2014.  link  

Just trying to get a sense—

      Are any seniors still interested in relationships with seniors, this late in the game?

—Insecure about trying

Posted at a quarter past ten in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link   hide  
Of course
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the evening on November 14th, 2014.  link  
Duh. It's senior year, you have nothing to lose. You'll have a lot more fun and learn more about relationships and yourself if you give it a try. Go experience and live life to it's fullest.
—my mentality towards my senior year
Posted at half past four in the afternoon on November 16th, 2014.  link  

People—

      Does anyone have a suggestion for a female gyno in Walla Walla?

—My ovaries

Posted at a quarter past eight in the morning on November 15th, 2014.  link   hide  
Dr. Kyle Seasley.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past nine in the morning on November 15th, 2014.  link  

Whit Woman—

      Has anyone had any experience dating outside the Whitman community? I am not really finding what I am looking for on campus (older guy), but it seems there's not much out there either...

—Sophomore girl

Posted at a quarter past twelve in the evening on November 14th, 2014.  link   hide  

People—

      Which prof should I take creative writing with?

—Anonymous

Posted at half past two in the afternoon on November 6th, 2014.  link   hide  
Katrina Roberts!!
—Anonymous
Posted at eleven o'clock in the evening on November 6th, 2014.  link  
Seconded! Katrina is the BEST--an incredible person and a prof who will teach you so much more than you can imagine. One of the very top teachers I've ever had.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past eleven in the evening on November 6th, 2014.  link  
Beware that she is batshit crazy and an awful poet, though.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to ten in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link  
^Extremely rude and 100% inaccurate.
—Anonymous
Posted at ten o'clock in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link  

Girls—

      If I guy doesn't come inside you, do you get offended? Explain.

—Anonymous

Posted at half past nine in the evening on November 8th, 2014.  link   hide  
No, in fact, it makes me less paranoid. I'm not super experienced, though.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter past ten in the evening on November 8th, 2014.  link  
No, I mean I get the reasoning behind it, so there's no reason to be offended. But, I have to say, it is super sexy when a guy comes inside me. I love feeling his orgasm and the feeling of hot cum. At the same time, it's also kind of sexy if he pulls out to come somewhere else and I get to surprise him by swallowing it. Coming on my stomach is a little bit sexy I guess, but anywhere else where I can't easily see it like my boobs is just annoying, and seriously fuck guys who want to come on my face. Hell no.
—Anonymous
Posted at a quarter to nine in the morning on November 9th, 2014.  link  
Thanks for the hot description. Sounds like you'd be fun to hang out wit.
—Anonymous
Posted at half past nine in the morning on November 14th, 2014.  link  
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