By Anonymous - / Wednesday 2 September 2009 05:56 / United States
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Yeah and what the hell is "well beyond teenagers"? Either you're adults or you're not. Adults refer to themselves as "adults" so I'm guessing that by "well beyond teenagers" you mean 20?


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  dreapster  |  0

"its called being smart 4 a reason" Hmmm usually orthographical solecism are not considered to be erudite... I've never heard of a "shovantistic" person before, but would I have veracity in assuming the convictions of a "chauvinistic" man would be equally offensive to you?


"...It's the girls in the front row singing It's the boys with the wheels that bring them It's the lighters in the air and you guys up there You're the heart and the soul and the reason we do what we do Here's to you..." thats pre much a congrats. jus cause being third (not even first) is probably going to be your life's greatest accomplishment

By  Sakke  |  4

That's called being overprotective. I saw something like this on Dr. Phil not long ago, lol! (Make her see that specific episode, she might realize a thing or two.)

  The_Cait  |  0

#16 did YOU even read the FML? It starts off by saying that the mother doesn't give the two of them any privacy when they are at the mother[and daughter]'s place.

  Sygonus  |  0

It really comes down to what "well beyond" means. If it means like early-20s, the OP isn't necessarily a loser. A lot of people are still in college in their early-20s and many college students live at home (esp if they go to school in their hometown). On the other hand, if "well beyond" means late-20s/early-30s, then yeah, they're losers.

  waterynuggets  |  0

Early 20's obviously isn't "well beyond" teenage years. Late 20s/early 30s is more to that point, and if dude has his own house, common sense should have told them just go there and not pick up the phone while they banged.

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