Posts Tagged with "sadistic"

Why Do So Many Marriages End in Divorce?

April 16th, 2013 at 5:22 pm by Mark
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I’ve watched similar “arguments,” however one-sided they might be, unfold often. Some people are simply too steadfast in jumping to conclusions and making wild assumptions, and regardless of logic, reason and proof, go on the offensive to “Attack!” and keep up the pressure afterwards. When things go from unfair to uncharacteristically sadistic, there’s little hope left.

Unfortunately, the vast majority of people who get this “mood” refuse to look at how their own behavior affects their relationship with their partner. And it’s not just women — this sort of fatalism is far too prevalent in both genders.

"After 3 years, I have to let you know I can no longer be your boyfriend."  "WTF! You can't be serious right now...it's cool though, Josh, that's why I've been having sex with your best friend for the past 2 years you ASS"  "Wow...really? I was about to say I can't be your boyfriend anymore because I want to be your husband... =("

Vlad the Impaler

April 21st, 2012 at 12:25 pm by Mark
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Vlad III Dracula, Prince of Walachia, was born in SighiÈ™oara, Transylvania in 1431. He was the son of Vlad II Dracul, a member of the Christian Order of the Dragon, sworn to protect The Hungarian Empire from the Ottoman Turks. Despite this, he was given away as a hostage to the Ottoman Empire in order show his father’s loyalty to the Sultan Mehmed II. His first wife jumped from a tower during the Ottoman siege at Poenari, a siege led by his own brother, Radu Bey, aka Radu III The Handsome.

These were among the events that inspired the vengeful, sadistic personality commonly known as Vlad the Impaler, given due to his penchant for impaling the bodies of his defeated enemies on the walls of conquered territories.

Vlad’s reign was so horrific, in fact, that his history inspired Bram Stoker’s Count Dracula, as well as a multitude of other Vampire stories attempting to tie in history with folklore.

Note: Vlad strangled Vladislav II to death in 1456, yet it’s Vlad pictured. It’s still funny.

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