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  gc327072  |  42

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  gc327072  |  42

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  primadonna9396  |  42

Clearly OP is Lisa Simpson's doppelganger. Or she's actually part seagull and regurgitating part of her meal for you was meant as a nuptial gift. (Seriously, FYL, but now you know what to expect picking up easy drunk girls at clubs.)

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  Aug1508  |  27

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  Aug1508  |  27

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  suzyrobertsxo  |  27

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17, engaged, and smokes weed. I think we have a bad ass over. Wait, I've already posted this on one of your threads. Oh well. It's still uncreative and you should stop commenting all and all.

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  Laurenlou  |  27

Who cares if someone is 17 and engaged? If two people are happy and not harming one another physically or emotionally, it shouldn't matter what age they are and if they are engaged or not.

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  guckylynn  |  27

Ah 61... I too thought I was so in love with my boyfriend I'd marry him at 15, but at that young of an age, you barely even know yourself. A year is nothing, don't take things too seriously too quickly! Just enjoy being young while you are. (Yes all, I'm aware I'm still young myself at 24)

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Honestly, that kind of sounds like the type of crap a teen girl would do. Get sucked into pointless relationships and then make some random incoherent commitments that end up getting their selves grounded with their parents and having a sudden loss of virginity.

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  klovely22  |  27

It does. Have you ever heard of a long engagement, Mr. Smart Ass? Google that one. Like I said, there's nothing wrong with an engagement. She could be in her 20's when they actually decide to have a wedding.

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  devandanae  |  27

A ring doesn't plug a hole who says that they are actually committed. Saying something is one thing but actually doing it is a whole different concept.

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  klovely22  |  27

118- Obviously he is committed if he proposed. Why would he if he wasn't serious? 115- Where does it say I thought that? Please show me? What I said was, she doesn't have to get married at 17. She can get married whenever she wants. No, I don't know anyone who was engaged at 17 then got married at 34. That doesn't make it impossible.

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  Futacy  |  21

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  Futacy  |  21

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  justonecomment  |  14

Probably going to get thumbed down for this; but I feel the need to explain that 6 was using an idiom. It's a common expression for somebody who leaves you with a bad impression. I actually thought out was pretty funny because it was a double entendre.

By  JustFMLME  |  26

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