Hookers, Sluts, Morality, and I hate myelf

22 Responses to “Hookers, Sluts, Morality, and I hate myelf”


  1. Jillian says:

    In.ter.esting. Someone is experiencing growth and not the kind he’s used to experiencing. Great post and a good way of letting us know you live.

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  2. Jillian says:

    Don’t you “Please” me, Mike. If you’d experienced it like this you are NOT the kind of person that would continue the pattern. Aren’t you the one that is on top of breaking patterns? If you keep doing it, break that crap already.

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    • Mike Masters says:

      Come on therapist, no one ever truly gets rid of the skeletons in their closet, and there are always new bodies we are trying to shove in there. AND you know that no story is fun with the drama! I didn’t experience it like this at all, rather a shadow of it.

      Embellishment is my right as a story teller and a blogger, but thank you for your concern for my well being.

      I will be writing a lot about morality/sex, since I am working on a rough draft of a book about this. Just exploring ideas and getting back into the groove of writing.

      • Jillian says:

        Hah! That’s not exactly true and you know it. It’s possible to move beyond those skeletons or at least shake the soup out of them and make them smaller. If I didn’t believe that I couldn’t do what I do, happily. Morality and sex…hrmmmmm…can’t wait!

        Getting back into the groove is good. You tend to get on those grooves when you get out and do stuff. Good to see you there. And as it didn’t snow, as predicted, I’m off to bed so I can be bright-eyed to teach my morning class.

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        • Mike Masters says:

          There are so many shades and facets to this argument that I refuse to go here. I know you understand that I unfairly beat up on myself in order to get points across. My true skeletons are far more obtuse and generally creepy.

          Night Jillian, and once again SKYPE…

  3. Is my dear Mikey growing up? Say it isn’t so!

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    • Mike Masters says:

      Oh, Jesus… not you too!? Like I told Jillian, my true issues are far more disturbing.
      Plus the only reason you say this is because you don’t want your friends to positively affect you.

  4. jackie says:

    Are you sure what side of the glass you are on?

    Fuck growing up; the real insight is growing IN. It takes courage to see ourselves reflected in others and question our motives. I’m looking forward to seeing where this is leading.

    Welcome back bro.

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  5. Man-shopper says:

    Welcome back, Mike! Painkillers and vodka? You’re remarkably lucid and insightful! If I were to put painkillers and vodka in me, the best that I could hope for whatever drivel I end up typing with my face.

    Seriously though, you are hard on yourself, as we are all wont to be. However, I have faith that you won’t become that guy. The anger that you feel seems to me to be a decent enough deterrent!

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    • Mike Masters says:

      Ohhhh… I always get the tingle of goose bumps when you comment on my site.

      I would love to see you type with your face, when are you going to come back and visit your mother land? I am waiting for you! (vodka only tonight, no pain killers)

      Yes it is true, I am a remarkably lucid/functional drunk, no one ever really knows. It is probably because I am the same person when I drink. Can’t say the same for most people.

      • Man-shopper says:

        It may be a while yet before I arrange a trip to the mother land. It’s a little out of the way, and there is currently some family drama in that department…

        And yes, after a number of beverages, I do sometimes think that I can type with my face. It never ends well. My sister tells me that I’m “less of a weirdo” when I’m drunk. I’m not sure what she means by that, but I’m just going to take it as a compliment and assume she means that I am a delightful drunk.

        I am glad to see that the need for pain killers has passed!

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  6. Divorce Guru says:

    Fantastic post! Wow, really makes you stop for a beat and think. Well done.

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  7. Oh Mike. You know how I love you. Though I have to admit. This isn’t my favorite post. Why? It mostly just grosses me out. Hookers? Ick. Cheating on wives? Bleh. Fucking chicks young enough to be one’s own daughter? Dis-fucking-gusting! I guess it’s awesome that you recognize what you don’t want to be and all. I often think to myself…don’t be slutty. But then again, who would I really be hurting except for myself? And that’s an “if at all” situation. Any of the above possibilities for old married dudes with foreign chicks??? Yeah those are hurting somebody. Hurting the wife being cheated on. Hurting the young chick who doesn’t yet know better. Hurting the dude for being sick and gross and paying for sex. Hurting all around my friend.

    On the upside…I’m sure you won’t become one of those dudes.

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    • Mike Masters says:

      Honestly I am not afraid of being one of those guys but you would be surprised how powerful the temptation is. Introduce a even a young man to a beautiful girl and then arm him with the knowledge that he can take her home, have sex with her, and get rid of her in the morning. Now have this cost $25 bucks, tell you what I have seen quite a few really nice guys have a few beers and do this.
      My argument here is not a personal one, it is one of morality and personally I find it to be much worse to prey on the girls with such high expectations. In fact, I think is is quite mean.
      So yeah, grossness all around but there are many shades of gray in morality and being surrounded by it is fascinating.

  8. I think it’s brave (even in blogger-world) to admit something like this. We all have urges to do amoral and shitty things. That doesn’t make you a bad person. If you were really amoral, you wouldn’t see anything wrong with it. Definitely did make me think. Didn’t know you were writing again. Welcome back!

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