Why YSK: From abusive parents to nosy neighbors, the stuff you order is YOUR STUFF. If it has your name on it and someone else opens it without your permission, even if they don't take anything, you can report them. It sounds like a karenistic thing to do, I know, but privacy is important.
Opening someone's mail without their permission can open you up (pun intended) to five years in federal prison.
Edit: I should have clarified that if you open it by accident, it doesn’t count. You won’t get in trouble if you didn’t mean to do it.
Last night I (19m) had my first threesome. Two guys and one girl. Guy #2 (25) was my roommate and the girl (25) was his fianceé. The two of them approached me with the idea for a MFM threesome and pitched it as a win win situation for all of us. On one hand they'll get to explore their kinky side with someone they trust and on the other hand I get to lose my virginity in the company of two experienced people who know me. Not gonna lie, awkwardly losing my virginity in front of two people, especially two people who are my friends, one of which who lives with me, made my asthma flair up. But they ended up making me feel comfortable enough to agree to it.
Fast forward to my roommate and I cumming all over his fianceé. She was face down / ass up on the bed. Butt cheeks covered in nut juice. Without thinking I licked all that cum off her ass. Mine as well as my roommate's. I flipped her over and kissed her before swallowing the load. She licked my lips when we were done kissing which kinda turned me on all over again. My roommate pretended like he was gonna throw up and joked about how gross that was. I pretended like I was gonna kiss him too and he literally ran out of the bedroom lol. It was all fun and games. Or so I thought.
This morning my roommate called me gay for being so willing to not only swallow my own cum, but also his cum. His entire attitude was different now. According to him, the only reason he played it so cool at the time was because his fianceé seemed to enjoy it. He said both of us behaved inappropriately by kissing each other in a way that made it impossible for him to participate. I apologized and made it clear that my intention was never to make anyone feel uncomfortable or left out. He said he won't hold it against me because it was my first time, but advised me never to do that again because it's not really something straight guys do. I asked him if we're cool and all he said was he can no longer look at me the same way knowing I had his cum in my mouth.
Did I cross the line?
Is swallowing cum somehow not for straight guys?
Never expected this post to attract so much attention! I appreciate all the advice and the praise, but it wouldn't be fair if I didn't point out how much I learned from my roommate and his fianceé during the threesome. I wasn't the sex machine some of you seem to think I was nor was my roommate a complete asshole. I had my fair share of performance anxiety throughout, but my roommate and his... keep reading on reddit ➡
Where are you guys?
Edit: thanks for making this visible, I’m seeing a lot of bungie replies now. Please, be respectful and continue making good feedback, so we can have the Destiny we want.
I'm 20 years in and most of my career I've worked at medium or large finance companies. Your run of the mill, development teams, admins, operators taking care of a servers and workstations. Two or three datacenters, some cloud stuff and SAAS. And years of great technology ideas piled on with systems hooked together every which way. I thought I was pretty good at my job.
I was humbled quick. After orientation I was put on a project involving Kubernetes being scaled at levels far beyond anything I've worked with. Well we ran into an issue so I'm searching the docs and finally chat with someone on my team for help. He is like ping so and so he'll figure it out. I'm like, Does he know Kubernetes? He sends me a link where the guy was a core part of Docker and went on to help build Kubernetes and other stuff. And it like side projects for him. It's not just Kubernetes but everything here, there seems to be developers (there a 1000s of dev) who's wrote code in every major application and worked at all the big tech giants. Most these guys have degrees from MIT, or Berkley, or some big foreign university majoring in comsci or math or similar field.
I'm my corner of the company, devops we are always right on the edge. New stuff coming out and we are working on deploying it the next day. Which is a lot of fun. But it's like this place is so far ahead of the jobs I worked at before. Everything I did at old jobs was assigned to a project, or tracked in some "Insert ITIL buzzword" system. It could take a year to upgrade a 1000 servers in two datacenters or decide on a new piece of software. Here we are upgrading a 1000 servers a day across 100 locations, completely automated. Old jobs, DR is a yearly event where everyone is holding their breath praying the system doesn't die when we move, and it's never a move without something missed. Here DR is an hour exercise every month where we move the entire datacenters workload to another site. Our measure of success is 0 lost packets and less then .1% latency. And breaking stuff is thrown in to test the system.
Here's another good one. There is an open source database that has a vulnerability, found by our testers. The architects called the group that maintains the software to get an idea how long it would take to fix. 3-6 months was their response. That is not acceptable. Three days later the devs are testing a hotfix, the following week we are deploying it.
It still blows me away how far ahead th... keep reading on reddit ➡
I’m 17F, my sister is 21F. She normally lives on her own but was over for Christmas with me and my parents.
My sister is really into collecting Funko Pops (in case anyone doesn’t know what they are they’re plastic figurines of different characters from video games or movies or whatever). Like she has hundreds of them, all in their boxes, and she’s always obsessing over completing her “set” or whatever. Personally, I don’t see them that way. I own a few myself but they’re just plastic toys and a convenient/cheap way to get figures of my favourite characters.
Anyways, Christmas morning came and she gave me a Funko Pop of a character I liked for Christmas. It was also a “chase” edition which is more rare. I was excited and immediately opening it up to pull the figurine out. And she flipped! She was super mad at me for opening the box because it was a chase edition and apparently you should never open Funko pops anyways. I told her I always took them out of the box, and it wasn’t like I was going to sell a present from her so why keep it in the box? This ended up being a bigger fight where I put it back in the box and she tried to take the present back because I didn’t “appreciate it”.
Our parents had to intervene and told her she can’t take back a present, but then pulled me aside later and said I should have just kept it in the box until she left. Either way this was a much bigger conflict than it should have been. I feel like I’m going crazy here, Christmas morning was literally ruined because of a plastic toy. AITA?
Osteen had to be shamed into opening his huge church for displaced people after hurricane Harvey destroyed Houston. source.
Now, however, we found out that the gop stimulus bill handed out millions in forgivable PPP loans to his church, despite the fact that his church is filthy rich and greedy as fuck.
The senate republicans treat these scamevangelists like kings and they treat us like peasants.