When you live on a ship with over a hundred people, you learn alot about how people perceive you. One of the things I learned is that people, upon looking at me, automatically assume I'm a virgin. I am not a virgin. Yet no matter how many times I tell people, they just don't want to accept the fact that a man with a baby face and a nervous twitch has ever had rough sex with a perfect 10. They might accept a 1 on the Tucker Max scale, though (read I hope they serve beer in hell if you don't know about the Tucker Max scale). Let me put it this way - the following conversations actually happened. Guy 1: "And that was the best lay I've ever had." Me: "I've had some as good as that." Guy 1: "What? No way!" Guy 2: "Pat, $10.00 says you're a virgin." Guy 3: "Fellas, don't jump to conclusions. We all know that Pat has had pity sex at least 3 times in his life." Oh, and my personal favorite is this one I had shortly after I gave up on trying to convince people of my non-virgin status. Guy 1: "I like it when women wear D cups." Me: "I like how boobies feel like sand bags". Girl 1: "Pat, you're scaring me." Guy 1: "Don't listen to him. He's just quoting 40 year old virgin again." Here's a link to a post I made with another funny conversation I had at a bar. http://www.theidiotboard.com/messageboard/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=35&start=15 FOCUS: What do people assume about you based on the way you look or act that is completely not true? Are you a 6'6" 300 pound man who looks like a wrestler but actually knits in his spare time? Or are you someone who looks like an emaciated emo but actually loves life and can kick Bruce Lee's ass in a heartbeat?