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By picaru - / Sunday 21 June 2009 18:00 / United States
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  easylazy  |  0

at least you didnt get it 6 days early

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  humorizer  |  14

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  Templemind47  |  0

Yeah, because everyone believes in the bearded man up in the sky who listens to everyone, but does not actually listen. Guess what, I had sex already and I was not even dating the girl, guess that pokes a huge hole in your myth.

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  humorizer  |  14

I don't believe in a bearded man, buddy. That's idol worship in my opinion to assume we know what He looks like (and I use that pronoun in a generic non-gender designation)... But yeah, this still doesn't answer my question. Oh well. I'll just have to assume I'm correct about the prior marriage.

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If the kids are theirs, they were at it for a long time before the honeymoon, I'm assuming that they wanted some time alone to go at it without the risk of one of the kids interfeering.

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  More_Nonsense  |  0

Sorry, but not everyone shares your beliefs. This may come as a shock to you, but people have pre-marital sex all the time. In fact, I think that only 5 to 10 percent of people abstain completely from sex before getting married. Besides, everyone has sinned at least once. It's a part of life. Personally, I don't care about going to Hell -- I'm just happy that I'll have some company.

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  audiogasmic  |  0

wow you're a fucking moron, #166. seriously. maybe the kids were from a previous marriage but i don't see why any of this has to have any religious connotation. maybe they adopted, or went a little crazy before getting hitched? the circumstances aren't explained so stop making stupid religious based assumptions when no religious circumstances were ever noted. secondly, to the OP, that really sucks but hopefully you dont' get 9 day periods...you'll probably still have time to do it just not as much as you'd like.

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  patray_angel  |  0

Ya know, gasp, it is physically possible to have sex before marriage right? It is hard to say if the kids are from a previous marriage or not, but who cares because that isn't the point of the FML. The point was, they wanted to enjoy their honeymoon away from the kids and do what most people do on their honeymoon. To the OP, there is always the shower......

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  mjk555  |  2

you are right this is a sin but nowdays ppl dont care about religion but its not now they will suffer.

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  mackenzie2323  |  5

The people commenting this are sad, lol. What if they couldn't afford a honeymoon when they first got married and have been saving for years to go on the perfect one? Sometime after their wedding and before they saved enough they could have had their children

By  my_fml_account  |  2

Sounds like you didnt plan your pill correctly

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  loto_fml  |  3

#8- Water only stops the bleeding is she is submerged in it because of the pressure. She can't do this in a regular shower. #67- Not all women can successfully skip their period on the pill. It can work once, but not again. I say this from experience and great amounts of research.

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  lmmmr  |  0

#67- That is irrelevant as she stated that her period was not expected. It was supposed to come the week after the honeymoon. There is absolutely no way she could have suspected it would arrive early, and there is absolutely no way she could deserve it.

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  organismal  |  0

i'm fairly sure that water doesn't actually stop the flow when you're swimming and all, it just dissipates really quickly into the water since it's a tiny amount of blood.

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  emelia_fml  |  0

@#67: I hate to burst your bubble but when you have 3 kids you're highly unlikely to still be on the pill. There are intra-uterine devices you can insert, and no, you can't "plan them" to control your cycle.

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  haxromana  |  2

@110 - During your entire period you lose something like ten tablespoons of fluid, and only something like three of it is blood...so yeah, tiny. I mean, he's wrong about the water thing, but really, how much bleeding are you actually doing during the 20 minutes that you're in the bathtub? Not much.

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