By Anonymous - 24/07/2013 20:56 - United States - South Hadley
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She's not necessarily too young, one of my best friends gets so scared at the thought of buying condoms that he has to get a friend to pick them up for him. And he's 20 years old. Some people feel really embarrassed at the thought of anyone knowing anything about their sex life. And then there's all the different types of anxiety disorders which can cause you to feel awkward or scared about just about anything, even if you know it's not logical. Possibly OP has some type of anxiety disorder and that's why she was embarrassed, not because she was too young.
There's a difference between posting something in relative anonymity online where people can't match your username to your actual identity easily to walking into a store, most likely nearby your home, and doing something you find embarrassing. For one, people that you often come across in your daily life could see you doing this embarrassing thing. The average person that knows OP isn't going to immediately connect this FML to OP, unless OP told them of what happened, and most FML readers aren't going to know who OP is just from this post. (Out of every person that comments and reads FMLs could you tell who exactly submitted it? I mean give a full name, which could take some effort for the average person to connect to a username.) If I liked guys, I'd probably be in the same type of situation as OP. Some people just get embarrassed or anxious at the thought of what others think or what possible reactions might be. I would be insanely worried that I would run into some of the assholes that I knew from high school that happened to also attend my college and that they would make a huge deal out of it. People who used to get teased a lot, like myself, tend to be a bit more self conscience about actions and other people's reactions to those actions. For all we know, OP could of been like that. I always have to second guess everything I do because I know how easily it is to be made a laughing stock. When just sneezing or answering an unexpected question a millisecond too late can be something someone can taunt you about for weeks, you tend to not want to be see doing anything that could truly bring more attention to yourself.
#90- The cashier would probably think up something then, realize that they don't have a reason to buy condoms. Someone may take buying condoms as a morale booster.Ex: "Yes! I'm gonna get laid!" Or something of that nature... I agree with #112 also Anyways, if you're the kind of person who doesn't like buying condoms in public, then there is this thing called the Internet. It has EVERYTHING...or so I've been told.
I know that feel. I bought the extra-large size for my boyfriend (the regular size pinches like the dickens), and the cashier said something to the effect of, "I doubt a girl that looks like you could get a guy that well-endowed." Snarky cashiers ruin it for everyone. But OP should have proudly displayed the box, and if anyone raised an objection to it, she should have said, "Yeah, I'm having sex" and walked out, like a boss.
I personally don't think being embarrassed to buy condoms means the OP isn't ready. she's Ok having sex with her boyfriend, she's not completely Ok with the world (people in that store) knowing she has sex. and the person should have just looked at the self check out screen, it would have shown that you scanned it.
Seriously 100? They're probably not 100% failproof but yes, condoms prevent against STDs. They're one of the few things that do. That's why when you go to the clinic to get pills they always ask you multiple times if you want condoms as well as the pills don't protect against STDs but the condoms do.
Dude if you're too embarrassed to just buy some condoms, you're probably too young. Just man up and buy them... Sorry but YDI man.
If you scanned them, couldn't he just look at the screen?