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By but I tried anal and everything - / Thursday 22 November 2012 16:13 / United States - Des Moines
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By  lamdesamde  |  25

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  munchy22  |  18

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  hawright  |  18

My wife wanted to try it when we were first dating. Not my bag, I must admit. I mean I'm not the biggest guy around, but I'm far from small. What's the tightest thing you know? A butthole.

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  mashimarox  |  18

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  abbylaur  |  18

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  tsent8  |  18

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Because different people have different desires. I know several gay men who do not like anal and I know several straight women who LOVE anal. To each their own and as long as it is with consenting adults who cares who sticks what in where?

By  lamdesamde  |  25

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  ooooooooooooh  |  25

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  mb2_native  |  25

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  Bob_Cat_fml  |  25

The problem here isn't that the girl proposed … the real problem is that they didn't even agree on the idea of marrying. Plus, imagine the reverse FML, I'm sure the girl would've been several times criticised on refusing ‘such a cute proposal’. So yeah #84 is right, this response is sexist. The girl can propose if she fucking wants to. But the one proposing should always be sure that they're not going to embarrass their partner because they're not ready for it. There's no way she deserved it for proposing ‘instead of the guy’ or something.

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  dead247  |  25

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  Carmstro  |  25

I see nothing wrong with a woman proposing. HOWEVER, as a girl, I never would personally. Mainly because i think as men assume that they are supposed to propose, they probably won't do so until THEY are ready. Therefore, if he doesn't propose, chances are he's not ready to say yes.

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  wickedninja918  |  25

I can understand that any post ever is going to get at least 100 acidental "my finger hit the wrong button" YDIs but i dont think she deserved it in the slightest so it shouldnt have got as many as it did

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Do girls want to propose? They haven't been cheated if they don't want it. The way I understand it, girls want to see their guy be humble and give them the power over something as important as marriage. Plus, it's more romantic to be asked than to ask. So it's not really being cheated.

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  saksxalmo  |  25

#189 - Yes, some girls do want to propose. Hence the FML. And people (boys and girls alike) are taught that guys SHOULD propose, so of course girls can't really hope to. It's not that they wouldn't want to if they could, it's that they aren't used to thinking about it that way. If that makes sense. I mean, the reason men usually propose has to do more with the old patriarchal form of marriage that treated women as property and marriage as business than with women's desire to propose... So even though I know I'm going to be thumbed down for this, I think it's stupid to say that the guy has been "cheated out of" something. Women almost never get to propose, so it seems to me that they're the more "cheated" ones... And if they want to get married, it should be about loving the other person, no?! Not about who proposed to whom... Excuse me if I ramble, as it is late and I am full of turkey.

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  cutlass81  |  25

84, say what you want, but it is very un-manning to be proposed to by your lady in public. I want you to imagine what the male onlookers would think of the guy. A man you'd marry would probably give you anything in the world. Don't take from him the chance to surprise you and a chance to see he truly makes you happy

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  DarthVader77  |  25

I'd drop her on the spot. Maybe there are some men who would like it but not me: I need to know that I decide, not the other way around. Well, 8 years of marriage cured me of illusions, I am so looking forward to divorce!

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  trippythehippy  |  32

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  sens3sfailing  |  32

135- you are the one in need of a sense of humor. It was quite obvious 23 and 55 were making literal jokes to be funny and if it went over your head, you take everything waaaay to seriously.

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  RadikulRam  |  16

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By  Inheritance  |  20

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  Inheritance  |  20

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  Zomg_Okay  |  20

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  JennaNGood  |  20

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  Pleonasm  |  20

This is a pointless argument it doesn't matter who proposes, what it looks like shouldn't matter except for the two concerned, and the human race can progress without both people proposing.

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  Pleonasm  |  20

I'm not saying you're right, I'm saying either can and should propose and they shouldn't care what others think, and so arguing who should is pointless here. And I'm also saying that the human race can progress without both sides feeling obligated to propose and that a man categorically proposing has no real incident, so is not stopping human progression, but is however valued for equality. But it's not like women haven't already proposed, so this argument is going nowhere.

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  Idaho4177  |  20

It could be that the man is embarrassed that his girlfriend had to propose to him. He could have been thinking of when his friends asked how he proposed to her, he would have to say he wasn't man enough. Not saying I agree with that, just what could have been going through his mind.

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  Inheritance  |  20

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  BabySparkle1  |  20

I used to believe that the man always had to propose. But if you're in a committed relationship and he isn't proposing, then there is no harm in the women proposing. It's about time things are done different, good for her but i'm sorry about the outcome.

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  gc327072  |  20

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  Grimmerie  |  20

I hate traditional gender roles. As a straight man, I would be over the moon if my girlfriend proposed to me. In fact, I'd prefer that over proposing myself.

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  saksxalmo  |  20

#170 - It's not about what you choose to do, it's about what you tell others to do. Men who propose aren't sexist, but people who say that women SHOULDN'T (or that men shouldn't, for that matter) ARE.

By  the_enigma1019  |  19

Was it a sudden thing? If you guys had been talking about this for a while, his reaction may have not come as a surprise, still, no one deserves to be in this situation, fyl op.

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