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By Anonymous - / Saturday 6 October 2012 18:27 / Philippines - Sucat
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By  nashspring  |  1

Your sad. Next time grow some balls and stay with your girl friend.

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  Autoshot  |  9

What's sad is OP was in a situation where he would have inevitably pissed one party off, but kept the other happy. Then, managed to take the route that pissed both off.

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  chell1894  |  13

Well it depends. My (crazy)ex boyfriends Mom gave him a 7:30 curfew some nights and freaked out if he was ever over later. He was over 21...

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  PuggieKid  |  22

The pressure of being first got to him.

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  Guilty21  |  3

I agree with the ball growing, but you should've told your girl "I'm leaving, and that's the end of it!" if she dumps you, you're better off without a selfish chick. Your girl has to respect your parents' rules as much as you do.

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  RevenVx  |  16

Don't disrespect your parents, thats just how you lose their trust. He should've just called them before he hit his curfew and explained the situation, whatever it may have been. I'm sure they would've understood.

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  walmartpaysme  |  15

91, it is a parent's job to keep their kids in line. The REAL problem with today's society is that too many people want their kids to like them and try to be their best friend instead of their parent. Obviously, you can overdo it but in general setting limits for your kids is not a bad thing.

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  WritingWrongs  |  8

Yeah, but people today don't recognize consideration, they just expect everyone else to be considerate, and from what I hear and see, people just throw that word around all the time without knowing what it means to make their arguments seem more valid.

By  DeadxManxWalking  |  27

If you have a girlfriend you shouldn't really have a curfew.

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  beccaishereyay  |  11

So you're not allowed to have a girlfriend while living in your parents house? I'm 20, living at home without paying rent, working, and going to school. I still have a curfew because as long as I live in someone else's house for free, I have to respect their rules. This means I'm not qualified to have a boyfriend?

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  XxskyelovexX  |  13

9- You have a 16 year old and you are only 20?....

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  HanaFML  |  10

That's impossible since she would've had her 16 year old when she was 4.

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  doctorhook86  |  24

60: Where do you guys all live that your parents don't want you out past dark? My parents haven't cared what time I came home since I was 15 years old, as long as I told them where I was going and didn't get into any trouble. What's wrong with just trusting your kids?

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  devore504  |  7

really who has a curfew aftee the age of 17 lmao. i live at home but my mom wouldnt give me a curfew. Didnt really have one as a teen. i feel sorry for ya'll

By  183933  |  6

He had a curfew, he did the RIGHT thing. His girlfriend on the other hand was the one being inconsiderate and selfish. Grow some balls!? Try growing a brain before you tell someone how stupid they were.

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  redmane  |  20

Cell phones, television news stations, computers. All of these things have the time. It's a slim chance that setting the clocks back would fool them.

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