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By  MrConcise  |  34

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  MrConcise  |  34

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By  nakm74  |  10

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  praesidiem  |  16

"Yo, babe, I know you're experiencing a difference in your life that you're not accustomed to, and that your future could be altered by the possibility of a child. But just chill. Smoke a blunt..or three."

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  mfmylifesrsly  |  29

I agree #43. So many females (typically women new to sex) seems to freak out out at the slightest thing about being pregnant. I know for certain I did. I have a friend who thought she was pregnant (who was a virgin) because her boyfriend at the time touched his penis after he came then touched her vagina.

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  Aimeejasmine  |  15

Thing is though if you're on the pill most women do know what time they start their period, it regulates your menstration cycle extremely well. So if she knew she started it before she usually goes to bed it's not too extreme to start worrying.

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  ohjoy15  |  32

@29 No. At least not for the overwhelming majority of females. You can predict it to the day but if someone actually gave me a time for theirs I would probably laugh. "Hey you down to chill at 8?" "Nah man sorry, I'm expecting my period at 8:15" :/

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  traumtzd  |  16

I used to be on birth control pill for a long time. A few months in, my periods got just like that. Every 28 days, Tuesday at 3:30 pm. It's possible, but SO not worth it...

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  vampemu  |  16

Mine usually start at a fairly predictable time. Right before something important. But they used to start overnight without fail which was a lot worse for my sheets...

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  Im2Shy  |  16

Same with me. When I was on the pill, I took them faithfully, nightly at 10:00pm before bed and because I did it that way, every fourth Saturday at 10:00am my period arrived. I'm not sure how many women are like this but it's very possible for a woman to be this accurate.

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  CaitiieBuggs  |  23

I'm on birth control, and I know my period will be exactly every 28 days, usually between the hours of ten and three. When I was in high school it was even more regular, I knew it would be every fourth Thursday in math class, so I could make preparations.

By  TheGolfGTI  |  23

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By  devildog562  |  33

I will never understand women's menstruation more then don't argue and keep her happy. I suggest you don't push the issue. If you're man enough to have sex be man enough to accept the responsibilities of having sex , even with birth control.

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  devildog562  |  33

If you couldn't read or understand me the first time , I doubt me breaking it down again will help any, but I'll try . Period time= mystery to men. Guys should be kind and make their woman happy while they are suffering/ dealing with the natural cause and effect of being a woman . If you are adult enough to have coitus, then you deal with the risks/ effects of having sex. Meaning there is a chance you could get pregnant, diseased, so on and so forth. Don't whine about it, man up and deal with it accordingly .... Hope this helps you.

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  aj9319  |  16

I think, OP is having his FML moment because of the 5 hour delay causing the girlfriend to get scared, not because of the fact that girlfriend may be pregnant.

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  daisylokes  |  16

and i will never understand why sexually active women dont get on birth control or at least tell the guy to wrap their whopper... condoms are cheaper than diapers.

By  Steph_mmarie  |  14

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