You’re close to really losing it. Don’t let your hormones take over. To be a man you have to control how far you go. Right now you’re way off.
Justin has a biology degree.
But don’t call him a science geek! He graduated from Tarleton State University, where he spent a lot of time studying the body, especially how it works and how drugs and chemicals can mess up your insides as well as how gender differences impact the development of the human brain."
But even with all of his success, he is the first to point out that his speaking ability is a gift. Just like Michael Jordan has the gift of being a great athlete, Justin has the gift of being a great speaker.
If you are dressed like a flesh buffet, don’t be surprised when he treats you like a piece of meat.
- Human Civilization, b. ~10,000BC, d. 2013
Another one I enjoy is "the male form is inherently ugly"
"Hi, I had a dating question. I was on a date with a girl who was sharing some very personal and pertinent information and she hit the nine minute mark. Should I have asked her, sorry, told her to shut up at that point or just ended the date right then?"
He challenges youth to actually live out what they believe through practical steps like giving up their TV, Internet, PlayStation, and magazines for 30 days. The unique four-color design is eye-catching and appeals to any postmodern teen.
"If you take uncovered meat and put it on the street, on the pavement, in a garden, in a park or in the backyard, without a cover and the cats eat it, is it the fault of the cat or the uncovered meat? The uncovered meat is the problem."
I am a Richardson high school student and would like to inform all of the readers of the article that we were not informed that the presentation was optional until AFTER it was over. Whilst, many students, took it upon themselves to stand up and walkout, not to mention that two female students were punished for expressing their emotions. It was truly a waste of time, money, and it offened multiple students.
November 19th, 2013: George West, TX - George West ISD
December 11th, 2013: Canadian, TX - Canadian ISD, Canadian Middle School
February 3rd through 6th, 2014: Saginaw, TX - Eagle Mountain ISD, Various Schools
February 7th, 2014: Tonawanda, NY - Tonawanda Middle School and High School
February 18th, 2014: Scottsboro, AL - Various Schools (TBD)
March 5th, 2014: Lufkin, TX - Lufkin High School, Student Council Conference
June 23rd, 2014: Richmond, KY - Eastern Kentucky University (Kentucky Center for Schools Safety), HS Youth Leadership event
Honesty means telling him everything about yourself.
False: That would ruin the big surprise!
You think the faster he knows all about you, the quicker he will like you.
False: He needs a little time and creative persuasion to accept his fate.
You like to ask him a lot of questions.
True: Like, "where do you keep the spare door key?" and "do you have good knives at home, or should I bring my own?"
It’s Thursday and he’s asking you out for Friday.
You’re free so you say, “yes.”
True: It's a full moon on Friday
You had a great first date last night, so you call him the next day.
False: I send a psychic message that only he can intercept and interpret
Your crush is totally shy, so you make the first move and ask him out.
False: Why introduce uncertainty when I can just show up at his door and get to work?
He asks you what you are doing this weekend.
You say nothing.
True: I say nothing. I stay mum. The less he knows about my weekend activities, the better.
You are served something you are allergic to so you talk about your health for the next 10 minutes.
False: I kill the chef and waiter later in the week.
At the end of the date there are still so many things you want him to know.
True: Like how murder means never having to say "I'm sorry"
You don’t respond every time he IMs you.
True: Blood on my hands makes the keyboard sticky
You are every guy’s best friend.
False: My only best friend is my neighbor's dog who sometimes speaks to me with the voice of Satan
In the age of the Internet and social media, your past is inescapable. Imagine if you had written over forty books over a ten year period all on how to live life! For anyone that has read my first book compared to my last, you know how God has changed me. As a loving, caring, Heavenly Father, he is with me (and you) as we grow up saying, “your past does not define you, my love defines you.” Never be shamed by the past, or anyone. You are valuable not because of what ‘rules’ you follow or don’t follow but simply because of His love for you.
"It's a gay lie [that people who aren't attracted to the opposite sex might be gay]. People who are not attracted to the opposite sex get put in the "must be queer" pressure cooker, where they are seasoned and basted in gay rhetoric until they finally emerge as a flaming piece of converted meat."
"Listen, I would much rather hang out with the fellas than I would a bunch of girls. Especially with guys into basketball. We have so much more in common. We connect even more when we play ball together. That doesn't mean I'm going to switch teams 'cause I'm gay. Even when I slap a dude on the butt for making a good play, I am not acting out some suppressed desire that wants out. I mean, what else am I supposed to do, slap him upside the head?"
Dateable Quiz for Youth Workers
Do your kids need to read Dateable? Take this RU Dateable Quiz and find out if your group needs the Dateable curriculum!
1. In the past 12 months I've had two girls fighting over a guy.
2. I have a hard time getting my boys to be leaders.
3. My female students dress provocatively in short shirts (sic?) and low cut jeans.
4. My girls struggle with accepting their beauty. (WTF?)
5. My guys have trouble connecting their physical adventure and spiritual adventure.
6. My girls don't have any concept of shut up and be mysterious.
7. I have girls who think it is okay to ask guys out.
8. I have guys who think it is okay for girls to take the lead and ask them out.
“I remember in school one time, I had a teacher who was talking about abstinence,” Smart told the panel. “And she said, ‘Imagine you’re a stick of gum. When you engage in sex, that’s like getting chewed. And if you do that lots of times, you’re going to become an old piece of gum, and who is going to want you after that?’ Well, that’s terrible. No one should ever say that. But for me, I thought, ‘I’m that chewed-up piece of gum.’ Nobody re-chews a piece of gum. You throw it away. And that’s how easy it is to feel you no longer have worth. Your life no longer has value.”
Would a school dare to bring in a speaker with well-publicized controversial views on race or a track record of disparaging a particular ethnic group? Of course not! So why would they invite someone with similarly outrageous views on gender? . . . The Bible shows us that from the start God created variety in regard to genders, differently-able bodies, races, ethnicities, personality types, cultures, etc. And we can't deny the fact that the Bible portrays a variety of ways to express sexuality, including celibacy. Paul's stated preference was for ALL Christians to be unmarried (1 Cor. 7:8) and Jesus spoke of "those who have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven" (Matt. 19:12). I assume that eunuchs would be considered "undateable" for Lookadoo.
Lookadoo may have no room for independent women, but the Bible is FULL of them.
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