View Full Version : David and Sherif - who's at fault?
12th January 2007, 02:01 PM
So, by now you've probably read the diatribe that David has posted to his blog. (http://farmerdave.com.au/wordpress) He's broken up with Sherif. Sherif did a naughty photo shoot, he goes out too much, he wears speedos... But is he really to blame? Afterall, David had some pretty high expectations, some big demands, was very possessive, paranoid and doubtful... And he lives on a farm - which is a far cry from city life.
It begs the question - who's really to blame here? And who's stepping up to tell Sherif's side of the story? I mean, who's the one with the profile here?
Not that I'm one to gossip... But what do you guys think?
And remember - voting in polls is anonymous...
12th January 2007, 04:01 PM
ha ha - love it - David is so at fault, you can't smother a city man!
12th January 2007, 07:05 PM
I reckon this raises a very interesting question about relationships, altho am a little bit sad for Dave, and for Sherif not to forget.
My belief is that relationships that starts really quick, in a whirlwind, tend to extinguish just as quick. One second you think it's all good, and the next it's over. Theres no doubting that their realtionship went from meeting to "getting married" in about two weeks, I guess it must be hard to fight it out in the field of public perception too. Hence this forum.
The funny thing is that Dave was trying to use his relationship with Sherif to buck some of the stereotypes that people have about gay males, but in the end the way it finished so quick, and kinda ugly, has just reinforced them.
16th January 2007, 06:02 PM
Sorry?.... Did you think i cared ?
29th January 2007, 01:21 PM
I think that it's a shame that it didn't work out better. And at least Sherif moved up to the farm and gave it go. Which seems more than genkij seems willing to do for anyone else.
7th March 2007, 02:41 PM
I think that David has minimal relationship experience and to 'air' it all on National television basically put too much pressure on both of them. I must admit though that when I saw the DNA spread whilst David was still in the house I thought that very cheap and taundry. Oh well, no doubt the star f**kers are lining up for his attention...
7th March 2007, 05:36 PM
While i dont particularly like what i have seen of david ( ive never ACTUALLY met him ) he has tried to do a few good things.
And i think while this is not good for him, he has much bigger problems on the farm to worry about atm..
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