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By  darwinism  |  29

No harm done. They were just celebrating that you are moving out of their house. It is good to see thay still have some spark in their sex life. But if you really want to stir the pot just say "Not again. I played this guessing game last week when the neighbour came over to say goodbye."

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  MDTeddy  |  13

Id be pissed and never invite them over. fuck them. I know it is mean, but I would be afraid to sleep or sit anywhere.

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  DrDilllonReese  |  12

The big deal is that it's disrespectful because its OP's home. Not only that, but nobody wants to think of their parents having sex, especially in a room that could potentially be their bedroom. Obviously parents do, but I personally would prefer not to think about it. That's why it's a big deal.

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  Mideoyeo  |  12

You realize that some kids have sex in their parents houses right? Guess having sex is disrespectful now. I think it would have been more disrecpectful to hide this fact from OP.

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  walmartpaysme  |  15

If OP's dad hadn't said anything, OP would have never known. Honestly, they probably didn't actually have sex. They probably thought it would just be funny to see how OP reacted.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

#45, that's such an unfair argument. First of all, you don't even know that OP had sex in her parents' house. But besides that, in every FML that someone is caught having sex by their parents, even if you don't know whether it was in the parents' house or whether the OP is a teenager, people use the "It's their house, so you have to follow their rules" argument. I don't see how it's right to expect teenagers to respect their parent's rules about having sex when it's in their house, but not expect the same respect when the child moves out. It's such BS. And anyway, teenagers don't really have a choice about where to have sex if they choose to have it. The parents DID, and they chose to have it in a house they don't even live in. tl;dr version: Your argument is such a false analogy...

By  darwinism  |  29

No harm done. They were just celebrating that you are moving out of their house. It is good to see thay still have some spark in their sex life. But if you really want to stir the pot just say "Not again. I played this guessing game last week when the neighbour came over to say goodbye."

By  mbusey  |  20

Gross. Not that they had sex, but that they didn't do it in their room *shudder*

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  Ozuru  |  11

But OP's dad shouldn't have bragged. I think it's okay as long as there's nobody in the house but them. Though, would you like stains from your parents having sex, on your carpet?

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  Minx108  |  12

I think 10 interpreted the dads comment about leaving it to Op to figure out to mean the dad left clues. :/ May have meant temporary stains then ...

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  vbmg152  |  18

What? Older people have to "do it" in our room? Are you for real? As soon as my kids move out & that will be soon, we can "do it" anywhere we want! Lol!!! It's gonna be great! We've been married 24 years & had kids 22 of those years!

By  Enslaved  |  36

It's funny how if it was the OP having sex in his parents' house, everyone would say how disrespectful it is and yet no one seems to think that when the parents do it in his house? Sorry respect is respect. Doesn't matter who's house it is.

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

I never knew there were so many prudes in the world!

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  zolziski  |  11

I think usually the comments on those FMLs lean toward the "that's disrespectful" side of things, because the KIDS are usually sneaking around, breaking RULES, too young to be having sex etc.

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  Enslaved  |  36

25 prude? Why, because I don't believe in double standards? Haha whatever. 26 you're right to a certain degree but not always the cases I've seen so far. :P

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  FMLshark  |  12

25- You're one of those people who believe that anyone who is disgusted by people having sex in their house when they don't live there are "prudes". No, it's called being fucking respectful. I'd rather that than be someone who uses my mom's bed to sleep with my boyfriend. I'm sure you'd think differently if you found out your parents had sex on your bed, though. Not so prudish anymore.

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  perdix  |  29

#29, oh, no, double standards abound in parenting. I've told my daughter many times that there are things that we adults do that she can't. If she wants to do something that I feel it too "grown up" for her, I ask her how she would like it if I played "Barbies" while her friends were around, and she could pay bills and taxes. That's ends that, usually.

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  emilyjgraham  |  34

The way I interpreted their comment was different to others, I apologize for coming across like an idiot. I actually find the whole situation with OP quite funny, but then that's because I have a weird sense of humour. I agree with you on the whole "having sex in your parents bed" thing though! Again, sorry for coming across as disrespectful.

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  Enslaved  |  36

Oh, perdix, what will you do when your daughter does grow up and pays bills and taxes? I'll be should not to ask for mayonnaise on my sandwiches during my visits to her new house.(:

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  perdix  |  29

#52, I'll play Barbies and make her take me to a Justin Bieber concert. Make sure when you visit her house, you ask for a "sandwich," and not a "sammich." ;)

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