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By  tj4234  |  46

Hey, i just fucked you. And this is crazy. I have chlamydia. So now you do maybe. Also, Sirin is the best, she's so cool. I wish she were my mum and all.

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  lnheritance  |  22

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  uoeno_fml  |  8

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  pooldude  |  8

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By  fallencastiel  |  38

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  Nilorak  |  38

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  Animekid126  |  38

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By  tj4234  |  46

Hey, i just fucked you. And this is crazy. I have chlamydia. So now you do maybe. Also, Sirin is the best, she's so cool. I wish she were my mum and all.

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  euphoricness  |  41

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  DrownedMyFish  |  41

Yes, condoms are not effective all the time. However, according to statistics, they are effective around 98% of the time when used correctly. OP's chances of chances of contracting an STD would have decreased drastically. Moral of the story: Sex is cleaner with a packaged Weiner!

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  SneezyBear  |  41

I think euphoricness could have worded his comment better, but you guys are giving him a bit of an (undeserved?) bad rap. He *does* have a point. Condoms are great, but I'm pretty sure their primary function is preventing pregnancy, not STDs (just how they're designed): while they're highly effective for some STDS (e.g. HIV) they can be pretty useless against herpes (which can be transmitted through skin-skin contact not covered by a condom) and HPV, and the effectiveness rate for everything in between varies considerably from virus to virus. Research data in this field is dark and full of (systematic) errors. Lots of papers contradicting each others' results. Honestly, the only way to be really safe is if both of you get tested first.

By  Yeshua_fml  |  33

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