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By lifsabtch - / Sunday 6 January 2013 17:24 /
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  lilhellian  |  26

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

I would be freaked the fuck out that Chris Hansen would be there. But then again I think when they set up the traps they make sure the people online know they are trying to seduce a 13 year old to actually get real pedophiles and not guys like OP. but still I'd fucking make sure that she knew her being 13 only gets her taxi fare to go home from me.

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  EsOSiQueEs  |  14

Even if she was, I'm assuming OP didn't know she was actually 13, but rather his age, so it would've been perfectly legal for two adults to meet. If OP knew she was 13, well we obviously wouldn't have this FML.

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  kearsleyz  |  10

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  nightowl713  |  24

Not quite sure how OP could go about it, but I personally, would have found a way to let her parents know what she has been up to. Next time she may not be so lucky...

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  TheOnlyMizLiv  |  22

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  mystashisgone  |  6

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

I don't know anyone willing to wait 4-5 years just to date a 13 year old they meet online... I'd try finding a person of age right now. And besides, 18 and 39, still creepy.

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  Sputnikspak  |  13

Doesn't fit remotely into the rule of seven. I could not date someone twice my age. Hell, I'm 26, and it weirds me out knowing my partner turns 30 next year (I also like to creep him out by reminding him that when he started college, I was in 9th grade - for some reason he finds it really creepy, even though three years is really not a big age difference and is actually not a big deal at all). Creepily, they used to marry girls off as soon as they got their period, usually to men who were at least twice their age. I know they still do that in some cultures - it's the 'sign of womanhood'. The mother of King Henry VII was married when she was twelve and gave birth to him at age thirteen. I guess I would've been lucky to be a late bloomer if I lived in those days (got my period just before my 15th birthday).

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  SillyGirl4602  |  23

I completely agree. So many young girls try to act much older. They don't realize how dangerous it can be to meet people they talked to online. She is very lucky op was not a pervert or a murderer. Her parents need to put up parental controls on her computer.

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  MarisaCB  |  16

Her parents don't need to set up parental controls. A 13 year old should already know not to do this, and if she doesn't she needs to be taught. Every kid can bypass parental controls. It wouldn't help.

By  waterkins  |  7

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  23

The way she said "this generation" seemed like she was talking about her own to me, and her name and picture look pretty young, anything early 20s and younger would be put in the same generation I believe.. Anyway I was just kidding, I could be wrong.

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