I'm confused...people are protesting in Louisiana for punishing those responsible for a brutal beating?
Al Sharpton said, "They brought the racism, we didn't." Maybe if, instead of six African-Americans beating ONE white, it was the other way around, it would be racism and Sharpton and his cronies would be calling for harsh punishments and justice.
"The justice system isn't applied the same to all crimes and all people." Yeah, I think that's pretty true in this case.
You know what I don't like? I hate when people kiss for the first time and the girl blurts out, "You're a good kisser." Becuase they say it like they were waiting to say it. They say it like it's supposed to make the guy feel good about himself. What the crap?...
First off, if the guy is a good kisser then you won't be talking the moment he stops kissing you. You'll be too busy looking at him all googly-eyed.
Second, who the fuck are you to critique him? Are you some kind of kissing expert? Are you more qualified than him? Why does your opinion on his kissing prowess matter? Was he auditioning for you? Was it his job to impress you? Why should he give a crap what you think of the nuances of his technique? Isn't it a team effort anyway? If the kiss sucked then aren't you 50% responsible for that?
He wants you to say how much you like him, not how talented you think he is at moving his lips. It's supposed to be a special moment. Your first kiss. Don't make it about judging his skills. Don't make the kiss something merely physical. Was there a spark? Was there warmth? Did you see fireworks? No. You were too busy measuring the velocity, the overall form and the dismount.
You aren't making him feel special by complimenting his kissing skills. You're doing the opposite. You are putting him below you and making yourself the kissing judge while he is only a contestant ~ and you are comparing him to the oodles of dudes you've kissed so far, so it's not like he's all that special because you do this with almost every dude. It's actually a fairly insulting thing to say at that moment.
Noboody is going to tell you this (nobody but me) because most dudes are just glad to be getting kissed at all. But it's stupid. Don't tell a dude he's a good kisser right after you kiss him -- especially not the first time. It would be like... telling him he's a snappy dresser at your wedding. I don't know. It's just dumb.
How would you like it if you just experienced your first time together -- had this mind-blowing love making session that left you giddy and in love, and it was so beautiful -- then he rolls over and says, "You're a good fucker!"
What would you say? "Thanks. I try to stay in shape. I practice fucking my pillows every other weekend. Not every weekend. I don't want to get too bulky."
Tell him he's sweet. Tell him he makes you feel special. Better yet, just look into his eyes and sigh. Don't say, "You're a pretty good kisser. I'd rate you among the top twenty dudes I've kissed this week. No, seriously! You're good. You could be in a kissing contest. Like, if kissing was an event on a game show, you could be on there. You'd have a shot at the prize. Your bottom lip has got this great grip. That swirl at the end was phenomenal. Do you practice on your arm? I bet you practice on your arm."