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Alison Rosen...nutty or not?
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Inspired by the Alison Rosen is the New Newsgirl topic.

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nutty

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I think she puts up a good appearance of nutlessness. But look a little deeper and you'll see those nuts.

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tardbasket wrote:I think she puts up a good appearance of nutlessness. But look a little deeper and you'll see those nuts.

agree. She's the aryans to Teresa's Jesse Owens, but some of that seems to be that she's a closed book

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14-2 not nutty.
I don't believe that response. She really does make a good cover for her nuttiness. Just watch a few of her YouTube videos. Remember that blowdryer?

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That just says she is very control-oriented around her appearance, which we kinda already know from her careful preening.
A lot of women are like that, but it doesn't make them nutty, just controlling.
/like my ex and every woman I will never be in a relationship with
//i cannot be controlled, only maintained

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What scale are we using? Is she nuttier than Carolla? Nuttier than Sarah Palin? Mariah Carey? Mary Carey? 90% of the posters on this board?
And "nutty" makes it sound automatically bad. If people generally like her, no one wants to sum up any personality quirks with "nutty". I mean, "Is she quirky?" Yes. And people mostly like that. "Nutty?" Well, no; she seems relatively high functioning and not belonging in an institution or highly medicated.
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Nutty as in able to break down in tears at a moments notice, for some reason lives with her parents at 30+, hasn't had a boyfriend in a few years (until recently) even though she is good looking.
I don't mean Courtney Love nutty.

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tardbasket wrote:Nutty as in able to break down in tears at a moments notice, for some reason lives with her parents at 30+, hasn't had a boyfriend in a few years (until recently) even though she is good looking.
I don't mean Courtney Love nutty.

The thing about living with her parents has been explained over and over and over again on this board. I barely ever listen to the show anymore and I know why she lives with her parents.
The other stuff is really normal. If having the ability to cry at a moment's notice and going a while between relationships are hallmarks of nuttiness, then I (and a LOT of women in today's society) am a complete and utter raving lunatic.
What's actually nutty is tamping down every emotion until you're a poker faced automaton and not being able to be alone for a while and feeling bad that you aren't 'coupled' all the time.
Allison's fine.
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Jerma stole my "quirky" line.
Teresa Strasser: Nuts
Alison Rosen: Quirky

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i would jelly my cock down her throat. could that be an option in the poll?

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Is that where you jam it but you can't get hard?

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Jerma Jesty wrote:And "nutty" makes it sound automatically bad. If people generally like her, no one wants to sum up any personality quirks with "nutty". I mean, "Is she quirky?" Yes. And people mostly like that. "Nutty?" Well, no; she seems relatively high functioning and not belonging in an institution or highly medicated.

Huh. I just thought about attributing the "quirky" term to a man, and it almost sounds worse than "nutty". But for a woman it's the opposite.
I much prefer "batty", myself.

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tardbasket wrote:Nutty as in able to break down in tears at a moments notice, for some reason lives with her parents at 30+, hasn't had a boyfriend in a few years (until recently) even though she is good looking.
I don't mean Courtney Love nutty.

I dont listen to the show religiously--I pick episodes here and there, but I dont remember hearing her break down into tears...So I'm guessing this is something that she said on the show or on a vlog? Im sure there was some hyperbole there and/or some reasoning behind the waterworks, the parents thing has been explained, and not seriously dating someone for a period of a few years is really not a clear sign of anything by itself.
It's not abnormal. I know plenty of men and women who are in, or have had inactive serious dating periods. Shit, that would actually makke a lot of people I know in grad school, including myself, looney.
'Quirky' would be a better word..but I wouldn't even go so far as to really call her that.
I agree with Jerma...Allison's fine.

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