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  1. In Topic: The Awesome Asexual list

    Posted 6 Oct 2009

    View Post Ninja Duck, on 04 October 2009 - 12:35 AM, said:

    I have a copy of that comic taped to my door. =)
  2. In Topic: Love

    Posted 23 Sep 2009

    Whether or not love exists is an entirely different question from whether or not real romance exists.

    Love in general is very real, very important, and so much bigger than romance.

    Whether or not "true love" as romance exists is up for debate. I tend to lean towards the idea that it does, but not for everyone, and it's built on a solid friendship more than mutual adoration. I don't believe in the one true love concept, or the idea that everyone has a destiny-approved mate, or that there are people who are not whole people until they meet their true love. I don't know though. I'm about the least qualified person to speak on the subject ever.
  3. In Topic: The Awesome Asexual list

    Posted 20 Sep 2009

    So even though Yahtzee has now identified as celibate, and doesn't appear to fit my personal definition of an asexual (though I think he fits AVEN's?), I am putting him on my Awesome Asexuals list anyway. Why?

    Because he wrote this.

    "It's like I've eaten spam a few times from a few popular brands and in a few serving suggestions, and found I'm not really keen on spam, 'cos it's salty and slimy and looks like something you might find in the alien queen's litter box. But I've found myself in a world that's completely obsessed with spam. People spend their entire lives in pursuit of spam. Every single advert on TV sells their product by placing it alongside spam. Movies have to work in at least one spam scene to reach the broadest audience. People break up and get divorced because they don't exchange enough spam. Soldiers are given time out to go have some spam. Low-risk prisoners are given spam visiting rights. People die for spam. Entire economies have been based around spam. Selling spam is the world's oldest profession. The lack of spam has been linked to mental disorders. The only thing getting teenagers through difficult puberty is the thought of one day getting to have spam of their very own.

    And when I explain to people that I'm not that into spam they tell me I must be some kind of hopeless cissy girl, or that I just haven't found the right spam yet. It feels like when a theist says "I'll pray for you." Or when a parent of some hideous mewling womb dropping says "You'll understand when you have one of your own." Quite infuriating. It's just tinned meat, guys."

    DEAR GOD THANK YOU FOR BEN CROSHAW, SERIOUSLY. Yahtzee, you have said exactly what asexuals everywhere are thinking every day, and said it in an amusing way. I thank you.
  4. In Topic: The Awesome Asexual list

    Posted 16 Sep 2009

    View Post Casual, on 16 September 2009 - 06:26 PM, said:

    Doesn't he make frequent references to girlfriends he's had/has? Also no asexual would talk about triple cunted hookers this much.

    You make a valid point.
  5. In Topic: The Awesome Asexual list

    Posted 16 Sep 2009

    View Post David-kyo, on 15 September 2009 - 04:14 PM, said:

    Three, and it's the fact that they've been whining about going to a nunnery (fairly common symptom of sexual dissatisfaction) and other such nonsense along with proclaiming asexuality since their last relationship, so excuse me if I'm having trouble taking these people seriously.

    Also, Kirel, you're suffering from a serious case of unwarranted self-importance. Get treated ASAP.

    Unwarranted self-importance?
    ...Eh. I don't see it, but why not? It's not like anyone else is going to think I'm important.

    Okay, as newly self-proclaimed MOST IMPORTANT PERSON EVER I have this to say;

    "Proclaiming asexuality since their last relationship" does sound a little suspicious to me, since it implies all of your friends were in relationships (I assume sexual ones) before "proclaiming" asexuality. You don't decide to be asexual. You decide to be celibate, which is when you have sexual feelings but don't act on them. (I never really understood celibacy either, as it seems to me that if you want sex and you're responsible about it then in this day and age there shouldn't be any good reason not to have it. There's certainly no shortage of potential partners.) Asexuality is when you don't feel any reason or need, beyond social pressure, to be in a sexual relationship in the first place. Then again, maybe your friends were pressured into it. Maybe they felt like having a relationship was something they were supposed to do, like they would be freaks otherwise. I can't judge.

    If anyone honestly wants to hear me blather on about my asexuality, or argue with me about it, let me know and we can send e-mails or something. People who want to know more about asexuality in general can try the AVEN community, although it's far from perfect and its definition of asexuality is, in my opinion, flawed. (I think that if you enjoy any kind of sexual action or behavior, you're sexual. *shrug*)

    In more on-topic news, I have come to the conclusion that Trilby does not qualify, as there appear to be references to him having romantic feelings for the BBC reporter. Alas. However, most of the Doctor's incarnations from Doctor Who do seem to be asexual. 1, 9 and 10 don't match up though. =( (8 doesn't count. Ever. For anything.)

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