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16: I see your point and I agree with it. If that's the case, though, a simple explanation would be the polite thing to do. By just hanging up, he's not only reinforcing the whole sex-crazed stereotype, but also stereotyping her as someone who would judge him for his differing opinion.

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"Then he suddenly said he had to go and hang up" if he just hung up that would make him rude, he said he had to go, that was all he needed to say. nobody knows exactly how he did it, but we know he didnt just hang up on her.

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Oh!!! to #1 pic. I think it's a Lil pig in the middle and two bigger ones on side. that took alot of staring at what I thought was male genetalia before I could see pigs lol

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Holy crap! You're right lol.. that took forever to realize, totally not a test of a dirty mind because it's way too hard to see the pigs head(no pun intended?). :P

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98: OK, so I phrased it poorly. To me, a sudden "I gotta go" after an exchange like that may as well be a hang-up. My point still stands-- something like "Oh. Well you're a cool chick, but I think sex is an important part of dating" would've let OP know he disagrees and it's a deal-breaker, but that he wasn't just trying to get in her pants. In my opinion, it's just common courtesy. I'd apply the same idea to any deal-breaker-- politics, religion, lifestyle choices like veganism, etc.

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Yes because it's great to get married and then have sex because neither of them know what the hell is going on and end up being sexually incompatible. If you can't please each other in the bedroom then cut it off early to save yourself from a future infidelity.

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27: I don't see the problem with talking about sex before dating. Discussing the biggies-- sex, family, religion, etc.-- lets you know of any major worldview differences that might affect your compatibility, *before* you invest your time and emotions. That stuff is just as important as knowing someone's sense of humor, interests, and personal tastes.

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She can't fuck that bastard. I would do the same as the guy in this situation. Not because of the idea there won't be sex, but because someone actually wears this stupid trinket.

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you are suppose to be reminded of your promise of celebacy (sp?) everytime u look at it. I think it's cute and with all these lil whores nowadays and the exploits of 16 & preggers, my future child will have one

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Considering you want to push your morals and values on your future child, I pity her. You can still be a good, nice, intelligent and decent person whilst having sex. Don't forget that. Oh, it's also funny you think your daughter won't be having sex because you gave her a purity ring.

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What if your future child doesn't want one? And are people so damn weak minded that need a friggin plastic circle to remind to keep their values?? Fuck that. If you don't want to have sex, JUST DONT HAVE IT. It's simple. Purity rings are stupid and the ceremony is on some creepy ass shit, son. Real talk.

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i find it amusing that you call this person an asshole for judging other peoples beliefs but then go on to insult everyone with an opposing view to your own. that shade of hypocrisy doesnt do you any favours.

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YOU are retarded. Do you know what STD stands for? Sexually Transmitted Disease. So yeah, you actually have to have sex in order to get STDs. I fucking hate stupid people like you.

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Not necessarily. Using a needle previously used by someone with HIV can give you the virus. Or a razor. Or anything that can be associated with the tranfer of blood. ~"I fucking hate stupid people like you."

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The toilet seat thing is a myth. This is about the only scenario where I can see anyone catching an STI from a toilet seat: the person before you had genital herpes and decided to rub their cooter all over the seat. Then, immediately after they were done, you decided to do the same thing. But really, in what instance are you going to grind your bare genitals on a toilet seat.

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...but if youre not having sex then its not "safe sex"...because theres no sex... additionally, safe sex is quite a household term these days, the fact that you dont know what it means is somewhat concerning.

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I'm only just realizing how little people know about STIs, safe sex, and what not. It's quite concerning. If you're going to take part in sexual exploits, you should atleast be educated enough to know where STIs come from and how to have safe sex. I thought it was a requirement to take atleast one semester of health class to graduate highschool! Ay caramba.

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Safe sex= a condom, the pill, etc. However, it is true that condoms can break. You can use birth control pills if you don't like the feeling of condoms, but that doesn't protect you from things like HIV or herpes. And with either of those, there is a chance albeit a small chance, that the birth control could fail, or the condom could break. So, it is technically true that the only "safe" way is abstaining. But, if you use a condom correctly, or take your birth control pills as you are supposed to, there shouldn't be problems.

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And abstinence isn't without its risks, either. A pro-abstinence mindset can easily turn into an anti-sex one, which can cause big issues once you're married and/or sexually active.

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Today, while at work being a waitress, this lady came in and requested to sit in the section I was waitressing. She held up a $100 bill and told me that if I was attentive to her needs, she would leave me a $100 tip. Excited, I waited on her hand and foot. She dined and dashed. FML

By moodyreallyrocks / Monday 3 October 2011 13:05 / United States
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