By brokenbabe - 22/06/2011 02:38 - United States
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I am the OP. my boyfriend and i havent had sex. Thats the first thing. We've been together 3 years. He has promised we are getting married since fall 2010. He said like this summer. I did not leave him. I am just mad at him
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I honestly don't understand why girls do this to guys. If he's not ready, continuously pressuring him about it is only gonna make things worse. If you really love him, he should be worth waiting for. Why the rush? If you're not willing to give him time, you probably shouldn't be together.
He wants to quest for the magical moob. First young traveller, you must enter the kingdom named "Walmart" and enter the dangerous "food court section." Second, you must attain a secret perch nobody can see you at. Try not to be nervous or afraid. They will smell your fear. Lastly, hunker down and await for the majestic moob to appear on some random fat person for you to enjoy and glory in! You have your instructions young one. Go, make me proud!
well 169... I find ur number n comment ironic. besides that. you are one of the many people that my parents n grandparents have said "changed this world for the generations" sorry. but in our nowadays term that'd be.... a slut/whore. n if your ok with that, cool. but other people know down the road you'll pay for the choice with n STD and more kids than you want
You're all stupid. It's an idiom not a simile as you can clearly see he/she doesn't use like or as. And it's not really comparing to this rather showing and asking of so it's not exactly a metaphor either. It's like a combination of a rhetorical question and an idiom.
It is a metaphor. A metaphor is a figure of speech in which two objects are implicitly compared i.e. not explicitly stated via 'like' or 'as'. In this case, the woman is compared to milk, due to her presumed delectable insides, and marriage is compared to a cow, which I gather is cumbersome, bulky and unwieldy.
So basically, she'd be a whore. Sex for payment, in this case payment being marriage. OP, there's nothing wrong with you asking him, nor is there anything wrong with him saying no. This shouldn't affect your sex life or make you dump him like some idiots here are saying. Maybe he shouldn't have said it the way he did, but people say stupid things at times, doesn't make them bad people. I can't help but think, from the wording of the FML, that you knew he wasn't ready, but still, this shouldn't dramatically affect your relationship. If you can wait for him, wait as long as you canfeel is enough. If you can't, have a talk with him.