By tehaustiebear - 03/10/2012 22:03 - United States - San Diego
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Twister requires you to get tangled up together...whether they like it or not you're gonna end up touching each other.
It's not just twister, mister. Don't you know? Twister is the gateway drug to a lifetime of reckless sexual abandon. You may even be be the product of a game of sexy twister! Evil board games, corrupting our youths. What is the world coming to?!
If your girlfriend is young enough to live at home, she's probably young enough where supervised dates are a good idea. If she's older and living at home because of the economey, fyl.
Lots of people live at home until well into their twenties...but you don't need supervision when you're 17 even though you're young enough to live at home. Your argument is flawed. That said, if the whole reason OP went to his girlfriend's house was to play Twister, then yeah, they're probably too young for any of that.
59- same here. My mom trusted me enough and I told her pretty much everything I did anyway. Like, when I got drunk, she'd know. Partly because of my hangover the next day and partly because she even went with us a couple times and got drunk right along with me and my friends.
59- Most do. Most parents go on the hope they taught their children well and do their own thing. Hence the drug addicted kids, pregnant teens, etc. If they were old enough to be unsupervised then they should find a way to move out. Their house, their rules. Like it or not.
You can have your opinion, that's okay. With my experience, it's always better for the parent to teach their children right, and then let them go on their own. The kids who go out to do drugs are, in my experience, the ones with the parents who completely don't care about them and repeatedly kick their children out of the house or the parents who overly shelter their children. My sister, my boyfriend, her boyfriend, and I all live with our parents, but honestly could live on our own. We all go to school and have paying jobs. However, the only reason we stay at home as long as possible, is because it's better economically (and I don't want to leave my mommy and daddy right now! D:) I honestly believe that if the parents taught the child correctly from the beginning, then they don't have anything to worry about when they're older. None of my siblings, my boyfriend, and I do any drugs nor have unprotected sex, or have had children yet, and my older sister is 22. Of course, there are still children who will rebel against their parents or just do stupid things; that's not going away.
Sorry about her parents OP, but wow, you're still playing Twister at what age? And here's a solution, just go somewhere else! Hang out not at her parents house, how about your house??