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By noneedtostress / Saturday 17 March 2012 15:52 / Australia
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  g_asia  |  4

I was playing dance central 2 when I read this haha.

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  shanemaximo  |  7

Sex is not what's important to getting pregnant. Sperm are... Lots and lots of sperm.

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  Z0D  |  0

Wrong, one single sperm would not survive long enough to make it to the uterus.

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  jizzwold  |  21

It takes a lot of sperm to weaken the vaginas shields. Continuous concentrated fire can overload shields and then it only takes one sperm cell to kill all of your hopes and dreams.

By  daner10  |  5

Get er done!

By  ProjeKtSC2  |  8

OMG a whole year!! What are you going to do! Honestly, you really would say,"F*** My Life" just because you haven't had sex in a year.. You really need to expand your viewpoints on life.

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  22cute  |  17

I think the FML is because she panicked about pregnancy when there was no chance, o judgmental one! Maybe YOU need to expand your viewpoint, hmmmm??

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  badactor009  |  0

Sexual orientation would not alter this FML except for the lack of sperm and the pregnancy part. Except for that... it would be exactly the same. I suppose the detail police are going to give me a Rodney King style beat down. Rumor has it that lesbians have sex and like it. Not sure where they get their sperm? I'll check to see if there is an App for that. Lesbian sperm acquisition, one of the great mysteries of the universe.

By  pagullarka  |  9

Well a friend in need is a friend indeed, so I'm here to offer any kind of help :)

By  TheGothGamerGirl  |  20

If you haven't had sex…then you should be having to worry about taking the pill at all. That's the real problem here.

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  Enslaved  |  36

Some women take the birth control pill to regulate their period, among other reasons. (: ***One missed pill shouldn't cause being two weeks late though.

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  muzy  |  23

Yes but why take the pill if you're not active for extended periods of time ?

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  CursedSilent  |  1

There are many women who use the pills to regulate their hormones cause their bodies can't for extended periods of time. Just because you can't wrap your mind around that fact does not mean that the pills are only for sex.

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  muzy  |  23

118- Sorry I realised that I didn't express myself clearly. What I was meant to write was why take them for reasons other than birth control when there are serious adverse effects that accompany the drug?

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  CursedSilent  |  1

Okay, really? Google is your friend, hormone imbalances cause more problems than just cramps and can cause health issues to rival any of the negative effects of birth control. Look into it on your own instead of being handfed the info. Secondly in the end, the reason why anyone is on birth control or not doesn't need justifications. Unless it impacts you somehow, their body, their reasons ;)

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  muzy  |  23

I don't need to Google it seeing as I know about the drug. You should look up some of the side effects if you think that severe cramps rival bowel or ovarian cancer. I can't really be bothered to argue though so I'll leave it at that.

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Learn not to speak of that which you do not know. Not only are those side effects very rare, but some people take it because they have a condition that gives them unusually long and painful periods, or other awful conditions that can be hazardous to their health.

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  DoNotEnter  |  5

At one point, I had cramps that were so painful that I would vomit. Then I went on birth control and voila! The "adverse side effects" are pretty freaking rare, (like single digits of percent's chance or lower of them occurring) and hell if I want to deal with anemia every month if I don't have to.

By  OkitaCockroach  |  19

We'll tell them that you thought you were pregnant... But it turns out you have crabs.

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