Girl Gets Unsolicited Wiener Pic, Sends It on to the Guy’s Mom

    June 10, 2013
    Josh Wolford
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This post is slightly NSFW.

“Attention assholes: don’t sexually harass a girl when she can easily find you on Facebook and send your mom proof of your perpetuation of rape culture. Moral of the day? Don’t mess with me,” says one Tumblr blogger who took action against a guy who sent her an unwanted photo of his junk.

According to BuzzFeed, the woman met the guy on a dating app, Let’s Date, created by a co-founder of the alternative site Suicide Girls.

Short version: Guy sends unwanted photo of his wiener. Girl doesn’t appreciate it. The two exchange non-pleasantries. Girl gets fed up, finds the guy on Facebook, and forwards the photo to his mother.

“Oh, I sent it. And I expressed to her my extreme worry over his treatment of women. Feels good, bro,” says our blogger.

Here’s the cringeworthy long version, as told via texts:





Ouch. Lesson learned, I assume.

  • Name

    Internet chats often don’t tell the full story. They are often very selective. This woman made a choice to be in these conversations. If she didn’t want to be in the situation, all she had to do was block they guy. It takes but a second.

    I take great offense to the “rape culture” comment. Guys are being hammered way too much. Not every woman in this nation is a victim. Women have personal responsibility for the situations they find themselves in. For example, how many women engage in drunken sex and then blame a guy for rape? A lot. Yet, if they were to drive a car drunk, they would be at fault.

    Women in this world aren’t saints. They are just as bad as men, but it is not fashionable to bring this up. I am a guy and I have had my ass grabbed by more than a few women. Women have “sexually harassed” me before. Women have sent nude pictures to me. But at the end of the day, it was a nothing to get worked up over and really was no big deal. We make too much out of these minor things. If a person, is a jerk, just block them.

    • Miss Myuu

      While I agree with a lot of what you are saying. I think she over did it by sending it to his mother. He still sent a nude photo without her asking for one. She was on a dating app, not a one night stand app.

      He then proceeds to call her names when she tells him she didn’t care for his introduction. A guy who respected people (Not just women) wouldn’t have done what he did.

      So yes, she should have just blocked him. But I still feel like people like this, boy or girl, should not just be ignored but shown the error of their ways. Its stupid to send naked photos, you can get them spread out and your parents might see them anyway! Its idiotic.

      • Name

        I agree with what you are saying. Makes sense to me.

        I think we have to be realistic and realize that millions of people are sending nude pictures online. Sex simply drives us as human beings. At the end of the day, I couldn’t care less if someone sent me a nude picture. If I didn’t want it, I would just delete it and block the person. No need to make a mountain out of a molehill.

        This country makes too big a deal about sex. Actually, what would turn me off is the name calling. To me, personally attacking a person is worse than sending a picture.

  • gary

    Just tell mommy that it must be your twin brother, not you! Sending such pics by anyone to another unknown person is about as STUPID as you get!