By FMlovelife - / Thursday 28 June 2012 15:28 / United States
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  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

How is that a meme?

  nuhuh  |  1

The odds of him being gay and doing that or the odds of stumbling over his blog, that's the one that is getting me... It's not usually a good idea looking for an ex online.
*adds "you might find out they're gay" to the "reasons why not to" list*

  icrest80  |  4

OP says "stumbled across my ex's blog" like she was down playing stalking him. Then again anyone can see his blog, then AGAIN anyone can see a fb page also


Easier said than done... That was Op's first everything, and that's difficult to get over. And him being gay doesn't make it any easier; besides the part about the blog, the same thing happened to me a few months ago. It's awkward to even think about.

  Keevarou  |  16

It always sucks losing your firsts to someone that does not like you ^^"
Happened to me too on Thursday :P
But being gay or not is kind of irrelevant, it's the feelings and how things got handled that counts :P

  downtime  |  12

Much like high school, once you're out in the real world for a few years you come to realise that who, where and how you lose your virginity really doesn't matter much. Once it's over it's over, and most times you won't end up with that person anyway. It's just your first time, did you enjoy it when it happened? Yes? Then move on.

  ColdplaySucks  |  18

Only until they want to have sex...

By  Octain  |  13

Wow umm... Ouch O_o"

Honestly don't know what to say for this one XD

Sorry! :(

  Bonzer  |  2

53- *Than.

By  AH1Zviper  |  15

Well, I just hope your dad has a double barrel shotgun in the basement somewhere...

  onlychildFTW  |  33

This seems like a stupid idea. Lots of people are gay and there's nothing wrong with that. Lots of people break up because that's the way life works until you meet that special person. but a double barrel shotgun isn't needed.

  AH1Zviper  |  15

Just drop it. Okay? I'm done discussing this. I made my point and you people chose not to accept it. Let me put it in simple terms. I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU THINK. Simple enough.

  downtime  |  12

If you don't care, why comment? Why even respond in the first place?
You should have just said your comment was meant to be a joke, people might have believed that, but you just had to go and argue a stupid point.
Anyway, for those who follow your nonsensical bullshit, it says "while dating me, he realized he was gay". This means it wasn't until he engaged in the relationship that he found this out - which doesn't suggest he knew it and was just verifying it for himself. If you think coming to terms with who you are is a matter of waking up one day going "oh, I think I'm gay" then thinking you better fuck someone just to be sure, then you're stupider than you already sound.

  Anomomous  |  15

5- just to make sure I'm right, you hope op's dad has a double barrel shotgun so he can kill the bastard who took his daughter's virginity just to dump her for a guy.

Most meanings of the comment I both understand and completely agree with but I would like to know what you had in mind with the shotgun comment.

  MissMae93  |  23

I don't think many people have heard of things such as a "shotgun wedding". Meaning, some guy took the virginity of a girl, got her pregnant, and now he has to marry her or "daddy will get his shotgun" and go get the guy. I believe 5 was going off that sort of idea, using a girl for your own purposes then running off and her father wanting to harm him for hurting his little girl

By  hatesfate  |  6

Yeah because he could help realizing he was gay.....

  onlychildFTW  |  33

Well we don't know how long they dated. And lots of the time it's hard to know if you are gay or not in your teens because your always horny and really it takes experimenting to know.

  supbabes  |  0

One doesn't generally fall in love, lose their virginity etc in less than a couple months.... And if they did thats wack as hell and doesn't even count.


64- I completely agree with you that teens usually do take it to the next level way too quickly, but I just wanted to throw this out there: I'll be 17 next month, my boyfriend will be 17 in August, we've been together since April 2009, and we are still virgins. We are in love and 100% faithful, but don't feel ready for that step yet.

Sorry about this post I just wanted people to know that there ARE somewhat-mature, semi-responsible teens out there :)

By  simonxy1  |  3

Lmfaoo! you just got played!!

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