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Another Twitch streamer getting poundmetoo'd (GiantWaffle)

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Even if there was a wrong, sticking it on Twitter is the worst channel possible. Let due process happen for the accused.
 

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I know actual victims can exhibit some strange behaviors but her getting drunk and fucked again the very next day and willingly jerking the guy off sounds super suspect.


"I gave him a handjob only so he'd stop wanting to fuck me".





Everyone in this story sounds like a dumbass.
 
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supernova8

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Honestly, i make it clear to my SO's that if i ever ONCE catch you outright disrespecting me with another man or woman, you're done, out, good fucking bye. Not worth wasting the precious time i have left on this planet waiting for false people.

Yeah it's a bit different when you're married. If it's just a girlfriend then yeah you can just nope out of there. When you're married you are... married... most likely living together. Possibly own a home together, car together, have joint bank accounts.

I agree he is a complete idiot for walking out without even saying anything to her. If he'd confronted them (ie his wife, the guys, the entire situation) along the lines of "What the fuck are you guys doing?" and then she was like "chill it's nothin bro----" then yeah cool, tell her it's over you're getting a divorce and leave.

Having said that, I'm not blaming him for what she did. I'm blaming him for what he did.

Also it seems like... they're still together or something? Wow what an idiot...
 

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The first fucked up thing in all of this is that Twitch streamers are actually a thing.
Second, his reply was so pathetic he almost deserves to roll it up even if he is innocent.
"I never touched her, but I am so proud of her having the courage to accuse me of it. Nothing of what she said happened did, but I'm not saying she is lying because everyones reality is different".

Would be good to see one or both of the two guys came out and say:

"She flirted with us, grinded on us, kissed us, willingly drank alcohol, practically ignored her husband, never complained at all, never tried to leave... and now she's accusing us of rape. She cheated on her husband with us and that's her problem but we didn't rape her".

I wonder how she would react to that. I suppose she just doubles down on her claims?
The problem is, if we say women who are drunk cannot consent then it raises a few questions:

(1) What's to stop a woman from drinking a little bit and having sex with someone while still totally conscious and not drunk, but using that consumed alcohol as a back-up in case the sex is no good or they decide they don't like the guy in future for some reason?
(2) What happens if the guy and girl are both drunk? Is it on the guy (who is also drunk) to miraculously become sober enough to check whether the girl is drunk?

It seems totally unrealistic to suggest that guys should get the blame for sex when both parties are drunk. Who's to say the guy wasn't actually more drunk than the girl?

Obviously rape is horrible. Rapists should be locked up and never let out but I'm not keen on this relatively recent idea (enshrined in law in many places) that a lot of things that, using common sense, would not be considered rape are now legally rape if the accuser can get the judge/jury on their side.
 
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You're report only actually means something if i was actually trolling or baiting you to which i am not, i am simply giving my opinion on the matter. You're just unhappy because i have a different view and funnily enough, here you are trying to cancel me... very ironic.
Well, how about not dragging me into your clichée?
I don't give a flying fuck about you having a different opinion. In the meantime you say this, you also declare me a sexist, a potential murderer and deadbeat husband because I have a different opinion that you love to misconceive. It's ironic after all.
 
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Yeah it's a bit different when you're married. If it's just a girlfriend then yeah you can just nope out of there. When you're married you are... married... most likely living together. Possibly own a home together, car together, have joint bank accounts.

I agree he is a complete idiot for walking out without even saying anything to her. If he'd confronted them (ie his wife, the guys, the entire situation) along the lines of "What the fuck are you guys doing?" and then she was like "chill it's nothin bro----" then yeah cool, tell her it's over you're getting a divorce and leave.

Having said that, I'm not blaming him for what she did. I'm blaming him for what he did.

Also it seems like... they're still together or something? Wow what an idiot...
Yeah he did handle it in a bad way i agree, i just dont agree with the "he should just be a man" mentality, not got time for these faux macho man attitudes.

Also the part you quoted, i didn't mean that if i was in the same situation i wouldn't confront her and talk about what was going on at the time and just bail like the guy in the story. i definitely would confront her there and then. That's just a line i personally draw in a relationship so i don't even need to deal with the above bullshit. I'd do exactly like you said in that sitaution too.

Also yeah he is an idiot by i'm guessing he's taking the sympathy route and siding with her allegations instead of seeing it for what it is, i'm not sure what his opinion is on it. I see it as her blaming alcohol for bad decisions and she regrets is and is now using accusations to stop the actual truth coming out. I dont know about you but i'm perfectly aware of what i'm doing when i get drunk, i usually remember everything i did from the night before too so i dont ever buy the "cant remember cause alcohol or not my fault because *insert blackout excuse*". All i can say is that it makes questionable decisions easier to make.
 
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The other night I asked my girlfriend if I could hug her.

My trial starts monday
 

Velius

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What happened here, is that the husband was a dork and a mormon and she wanted to hang with the cool guys. And now the mental dragons of what she did has been haunting her for years, and this whole this is a coping mechanism where she can shift some blame and in her own head, justify her actions, designing a reason why she slept with that guy. She will never be content until she comes to terms with what she did, this is likely only gonna make her more psychotic. Hopefully she can find some better way of dealing with this and not ruin Waffle's career.


This is the absolute, untainted truth.

Any discussion beyond this is superfluous or lying.
 

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I noticed he was streaming just now. I guess that break to focus on his family and friends was a short one :messenger_tears_of_joy:

I have to assume his lawyer cleared him and maybe even suggested that getting right back to it was the right move. If it turns out that this girl just completely fabricated the story to include him in it for no reason other than to have a bigger name to get more out of her 15 minutes of twatter fame, I'd love to start seeing some legal punishment. These baseless accusations intended to rip someone's livelihood away overnight feel like a crime.
 

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What about the former mod for Waffle that came out in support of Deb? https://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1srajt1

Also, she was a public facing person, and her and her husband were sharing a room with the two guys who are alleged to have assaulted Deb. They offered them alcohol (despite Deb being 18 and Sam 19, illegal for them both) and Deb agreed to have some as long as Sam stayed sober. Sam left for unknown reasons and there she was getting more inebriated (she drank far to quickly having never drank before, they really should have helped her regardless) and they took advantage of her drunk state to "get some" so to speak. Sam left before speaking to her (likely assuming everything was okay) and she was trapped. And when you're racked with trauma like that, it's hard to react or fight back afterwards. It happening again the second night is entirely possible unfortunately.

I think if you read back what you have wrote very carefully, you will realize how ludicrous it sounds, and usually when things do not make sense, they are not true.
 

supernova8

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I think if you read back what you have wrote very carefully, you will realize how ludicrous it sounds, and usually when things do not make sense, they are not true.

Yeah if she had gone to the police or something after the first night, it'd be believable (ish). She went back for more. She is literally busted and she knows it.
 

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Why do all these women all ways have the same story. I didn't know anything, how could I know that he was hitting on me.

From the Waffles statement sounds more like she cheated on her husband and she doesn't want to admit it.

She probably has been lying to herself and him for 6 years that she believes it.

If they did take advantage of her then fuck em.
I was waiting for this one.