I just wanted to leave my comment about Vianney and not address this again, but it's bloody irritating.>>58908029>accuses a guy who tried to help her find accommodation when she walked out on her parents of being a sexual predator
Nobody said "sexual predator", that would carry certain connotations that were not even implied.>who was trying to cuck her husband
People act on the information they have, I can't blame somebody for being mistaken in a turbulent and no doubt stressful time.
Given the circumstances and the absolute state of society, it was an understandable assumption.
Almost every day I am reminded of how much my conduct differs from the rest of society, it probably would have been an accurate assumption had it been anybody other than me.
There are many times I myself have spoken based on information I mistakenly believed to be true at the time, it's a thing that people do pretty frequently.>slandered an innocent man and ruined his reputation
For the last few years I've had some unpleasant people maliciously lying about me to ruin my reputation in groups that are actually important to me, accusing me of being a fed, a faggot, a grifter, a New Zealander, even a jew, accusing me of all sorts of impropriety, despite knowing these things are obviously untrue.
That is slander, and it is bothersome, despite sometimes being entertaining in its absurdity.
Somebody being mistaken about something in an effort to explain themselves to a bunch of online weirdos I have no reputation with really isn't comparable and isn't an issue.
I was quite annoyed at the time, but about the circumstances in which the misunderstanding occurred, not what was actually said.
So, once again, please stop exaggerating and pretending I was dealt some unforgivable injustice just so you can disparage somebody.
I doubt you genuinely believe I was wronged, and if you do it's because of a lack of socialisation, which I am not holding against you, but if it's causing you to misunderstand things and attribute them to malice you need to be made aware of it.