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By Anonymous / Monday 3 October 2011 21:41 / United Kingdom
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By  missyj0  |  12

Am I the only one that finds it odd to talk to your dad about your boyfriends penis? I mean it's great you have such a tight knit family, but I don't think I'd want my dad knowing about my boyfriends package.

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I'm surprised op's dad is actually willing to help her despite the fact that she's sexually active out of wedlock. if that were my dad he would definitely not help me with that one.

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  6969awesome  |  0

That's when you say it works perfectly, it's just because you're ugly it won't get up

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  MizzErikaHart  |  8

Op, you think what your wife said is an fml for you? The fact that your fast ass daughter feels comfortable enough to talk about her latest boyfriends bedrooms issues with u makes me think your whole household is off balance.

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  MichellinMan  |  20

77-penis-The male genital organ of higher vertebrates, carrying the duct for the transfer of sperm during copulation. In humans and most other mammals, it consists largely of erectile tissue and serves also for the elimination of urine.

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  Playful1985  |  9

Wow boundaries much? Your wife and daughter seriously need to learn some!

By  hunterhound  |  0

Um weird........sooooo

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  grands138  |  4

There's a difference between educating about safe sex and giving tips for enjoyable sex to your kids. How does that lead a 20 year-old to make better decisions?

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  ikickgingers  |  15

My personal opinion ... Being open with your kids in sex, and life in general - helps build character when turning into a young adult. Having an open and honest relationship with your children( at a acceptable age I'm not saying teach your five year old to roll a Dutch ) - helps build trust and keeps communication open in all aspects. No I don't have kids - I do have solid family(most of the time) and I made wiser life choices because of their example and never felt the need to go behind their back because I felt I could come to them head on... Even when I was being a little shit, and when I was wrong :D

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  ShroomsOnAcid  |  15

I completely agree with you, 58. Couldn't have said it better myself. My situation was the same. I think just telling kids what to do is ultimately an ineffective approach. You can instead give them enough information, guide them, and lead them to make the right decision by themselves. Childhood is the time to make mistakes and learn from them, so you can be prepared for life on your own. If you're simply told what to do and what not to do all your life, how are you going to learn to make your own decisions when you have to? It's trickier with naturally defiant children, but that's a separate issue.

By  missyj0  |  12

Am I the only one that finds it odd to talk to your dad about your boyfriends penis? I mean it's great you have such a tight knit family, but I don't think I'd want my dad knowing about my boyfriends package.

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  Shrike  |  22

I find it disturbing you choose a 14 yo's picture to look at and imagine weird perv stuff in rather than pointing out the fact most of her comments are pure tard bait

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  missyj0  |  12

24: The picture was actually mostly my face but FML cropped the picture. I'm not on FML to show the world my non existent tits, but thanks for pointing that out to everyone. I see you really know how to choose between what's an appropriate comment and what isn't. Good day.

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  missyj0  |  12

@56: I don't have a boyfriend, I wasn't speaking literally. I was making a general statement that if I were to have a boyfriend, and I did become sexually active (which will not be happening until I'm older, 16 and Pregnant isn't exactly something I strive for), I wouldn't exactly feel comfortable discussing it with my dad, especially talking specifically about my boyfriends package, because that's private matters. Jesus, it seems to be everyone is on a roll today picking at me because of my age. Anyways, just thought I'd clear that up.

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  rayzer_fml  |  0

Eh it doesn't matter that ur only 14,I bet there are kids 10 and under who actually post some of the stuff we read! XD And yeah I wouldn't wanna go to a parent talking about a "partners" sexual problems that's for sure.

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