Manystyles said: …Well during an LMR (last minute resistance) bout in bed she says something about why she can’t have sex. She finishes the roofie story saying how she woke up in a hotel room alone and got tested with traces of the roofie chemical along with trauma to her vag area. She starts crying. Lays against me. At this point i gave up trying.
iknowexactly says: I think she’s dangerously insane, for real.
YOU Might end up being the one she accuses of “roofie” rape.
What are the chances of a roofie story being true Vs the chances of some unstable chick feeling bad about a hookup and “embellishing” the story. ? How much do “roofie incidents” really, actually happen? That’s a major fucking felony, you’re going away for 10 years for that shit. Maybe it happens 1/10,000 times? What’s the incidence of an irresponsible girl drinking too much, getting a blackout and SPECULATING she was roofied? 1/400?
Fake tits are another indicator of instability.
I would say avoid completely. Verdict= personality disorder.
paninaro Wrote: I’d like to see some real data on how often roofies are actually used. I bet it’s extremely rare to come across them in emergency rooms, or even cases of trafficking in the drug itself.
From daily mail article: Quote:Date-rape drugs are largely an urban myth used as an excuse by women who booze themselves into a stupor, it has been claimed.
They are willing to ‘hide behind’ the idea that a stranger poured poison in their drink – rather than face up to the fact that they had simply been binge drinking.
Interviews with more than 200 female students in and around London revealed they often mistakenly linked sickness, blackouts and dizziness to poisoning by a stranger, when excessive alcohol consumption is much more likely to be the cause.
Dr Adam Burgess, from the University of Kent school of social policy, said rumours about the prevalence of date-rape drugs were little more than an urban myth.
More than half of those in the survey said they knew someone who claimed to have had drugs slipped into their drink.
But despite such popular beliefs, police have found no evidence that rape victims are commonly drugged with substances such as rohypnol.
Dr Burgess said: ‘There have hardly been any cases where it has been proved that sedatives such as rohypnol and GHB have been used in a rape incident. Yet it has been a storyline that has appeared in virtually every TV soap.
‘Maybe that tells us something about the programmes these women are watching. But it is concerning that women are more concerned about something that is incredibly unlikely ever to happen to them.’
And here’s a medical study:
From 2nd dailymail article: Quote:Women who claim to be victims of ‘date-rape’ drugs such as Rohypnol have in fact been rendered helpless by binge-drinking, says a study by doctors.
They found no evidence that any woman seeking help from emergency doctors because their drinks were allegedly spiked had actually been given these drugs.
Around one in five tested positive for recreational drugs while two-thirds had been drinking heavily.
The findings further erode the theory that there is widespread use of Rohypnol and GHB, another drug said to be favoured by predatory rapists.
Last month a personal safety campaigner claimed that Rohypnol had never been used to assist a sexual assault in the UK. Doctors carrying out the latest study at the Wrexham Maelor Hospital said it was far more likely women were claiming their drinks had been spiked as an “excuse” for binge-drinking.
The 12-month study was based on 75 patients – mostly women – treated in casualty who told doctors their drinks had been tampered with in pubs or clubs.
But tests for drugs such as Rohypnol, GHB and ketamine found nothing, says the study published in the Emergency Medicine Journal.
MrXY said: Yet again we see women refusing to be accountable for their actions, making false accusations, and blaming men for their bad behavior.