By Anonymous - 03/08/2012 08:21 - United States - Montebello
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Look at the icon next to OP's name. It's clearly a dude. I'm allowed to assume what I want when the poster fails to specify their gender. Besides, it's funnier this way. I think it's funny because I'm a complete moron who has never touched a lady's bits. I have issues with my own sexuality.
47- Wow. Even if OP was a male, that shouldn't mean same-sex marriage shouldn't be allowed. One bad apple doesn't need to spoil the whole bunch. And remember what they say about assuming. It makes an "ass" out of "u" and, well, not me this time. It's just you.
Rub a dub dub in the tub tub tub! But in all honesty, the kid is 13, he's coming into puberty, and his dad is remarrying, so he already has a mom, and he sees this woman as an attractive woman. His penis takes over his mind, and all guys have done this, and thinks "gee, why not ask?" and so he asks. He probably feels like an idiot for asking, but you (op) should still be a parent, since your going to be his step mom, and sit down with him and tell him why it was wrong. If your not at least going to do that, you might as well have jumped in the tub with him. He will be peaking at you in the nude if you don't talk to him.
Lonkite, I was going to ask if you were mature at thirteen. But then I realized that you still are thirteen. Maybe that's why you can't see how immature the vast majority of thirteen year old boys are. Well, I'm only fourteen, so I can't tell you too much.
Prolux - Congratulations, you're clearly brighter (and much more eloquent) than the average 13-year old. Unfortunately you're still only 13 and you have a long way to go. I don't mean that to sound condescending, but it's the truth. I was mature for my age too, and at the time I may have considered myself mature. Looking back though, I was still just a dumb kid...just a little less dumb than most.
Nevershoutkendal 1. I picked up on what you Said as implying he was, I understand you are 14, but by stating "I was gonna ask you if you were mature when you were 13, but then realize you were." seems like an implication of calling him immature. Sorry you took offense. I don't have to type "year" after 13 in my sentence because of how it is written, not lazy, it's proper grammar- just shortened. 3. If you're 14, I have 8 years on you. I am much older, you do type proper, unlike most 14 year olds who type with short cuts and a lot of abbreviations. I was saying you had a good comeback and a compliment on what you had said, but your immaturity got the best of you and you decided to get defensive and throw insults my way. Last but not least, you were too lazy to put "year" after thirteen or fourteen. So don't talk about lazy typing :)
Just tell him you don't love him and you plan to be his evil stepmother like in "Cinderella". Then tell him to mop the floor, do the laundry, and wash the dishes. Bibbidee bobbidee boo!
49 - because people say "woulda" and "would've" out loud which sounds a lot more like "would of" than "would have". So people type how they're used to saying it, rather than how it's properly spelled. And some probably don't realize there's a difference. Not that hard to figure out buddy.
Make sure you always lock your doors when you may potentially be naked. Your stepson sounds like a creeper.
lol 91 I didn't know my stepmom AT ALL when she married my dad, there was no feeling that she was family, or a parental figure. To OPs soon to be stepson It's likely enough that she's practically a stranger. *Almost* being his stepmom doesn't really mean anything. Not saying the kid doesn't need to be told that's inappropriate, but it doesn't mean he's a creeper.
That is really messed up... Maybe you should have a talk with his dad?