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  ucoolgirl31  |  17

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  loludunnomeee  |  17

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  Mauskau  |  17

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  I_heart_sex  |  17

Broken lots of beds new and old with sex. And "mountains" of condoms? The way that sounds someone needs to advise against risky behavior as condoms don't prevent herpes (gift that keeps on giving!).

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  grace12898  |  17

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Condoms usually last two or three years before the expiration date. I know this because my girlfriend and I buy 36 packs. They're cheaper in bulk...lol. Plus, since my girlfriend and I live together, one box only lasts about a month anyway. So, assuming OP's daughter is about the same, that stockpile of hers probably doesn't last very long.

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  Eorlas  |  17

OPs daughter also could be in a relationship, and interested in doing it a lot. Mountains could also be a gross overexaggeration from OPs surprise of even finding these.

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  Eiregal2  |  17

@55 OK if I am being slow here forgive me but I thought the whole point of condoms is to stop things like herpes? though I would seriously question my knowledge of sex stuff. I've been celibate for ten years.

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  I_heart_sex  |  17

Herpes in the form of blisters can exist in many places, and there are two main strains (1&2) and popping blisters = millions of viruses released. If the blister is on the base and the condom covers the shaft, what good is a condom? The genital mucosa is easier for viruses to penetrate than regular skin (Micro-tears during activities). And condoms don't prevent oral Herpes or HPV. I can go on and on (as I already have).

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  pinkWabbits  |  17

>218 I don't understand how me saying that one would be surprised at the age some girls are having sex makes me a chauvinist. I understand that guys have sex at the same ages as girls, but my comment was in reference to OP's daughter, as said before. It's not like I'm going around preaching male superiority. You like to exaggerate your vocabulary, don't you?

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  onlychildFTW  |  29

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  olpally  |  29

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  raraisbang  |  29

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  raraisbang  |  29

Jump to conclusions much? I was simply putting a sarcastic spin to OPs statement about there being "mountains of condom boxes." Hopefully OP's daughter is using the latex mountain on one partner, but if that's not the case, then yeah, herpes is a very real possibility. Hell, even with one partner it's a real possibility. And I wont even get into how disrespectful it is for her to be having sex in her parents' house. God forbid that condom has a hole in it or breaks. Then it might be OPs daughter posting an FML.

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  st0815  |  29

Yes, there is a slight risk when having sex, even when having safe sex. I don't know why you worry about that so much - but yes obviously the only way to be safe from sexually transmitted diseases is if you never have sex. Hence my question whether that's your advice. Condoms are about 98% safe - meaning if you have regularly sex for one year while using condoms, you are 98% sure that you will not become pregnant. As for having sex in her parent's house: I'd much prefer that my daughter knows she has a safe and private place in my house, then that she "shows me respect" by going to some seedy motel.

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I don't find it disrespectful to have sex in the parent's house. Parents do have sex when children are home. Not much difference there? And plus would you not want to loose your virginity in the comfort of your own home rather than outside like dogs? How about the backseat of a car? Just for those reasons I see no problem with sex in your parent's house (if you live there) long as they are not disturbed while you are doing it.

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  raraisbang  |  29

I guess coming from a small town has altered my views of reality. It is totally acceptable to fuck in your parents' house, right? Please take note of the "your parents' house." they are adults, most likely married, and own the house in question. Most parents do not think that their daughter having sex in their house is okay, and in my opinion underage sex is too rampant these days anyways seeing as if she's living in her mother's house it is unlikely she can provide for an infant herself when that 2% decides it wants to dominate.

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  upyourzlolz  |  12

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  little_one  |  12

Yeah 53 you wouldn't be alone for long if I was single but... I doubt you have a hard time finding someone to warm your bed. Back on track we put our condom boxes in a drawer, didn't take long to fill it even when we opened the sides and flattened them.

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  Keevarou  |  21

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By  Roxxxxay  |  28

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  Roxxxxay  |  28

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  XxWolvesBitexX  |  28

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  PresAgent  |  28

#11 - As the child, do you pay the mortgage or any other household bills? It is not, and will not, be your house. Privacy is a luxury, not a necessity. If you do things your parents don't approve of, don't expect a lick of privacy.

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  Crazyforcheese  |  28

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  PYLrulz  |  28

32 - I'll give 11's response in advance... "But I'm a person!!! It's not fair for parents to snoop around!!! Mom and Dad are like totally unfair!!! I hate them, I hate them, I hate them!!! *pout pout pout*

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  grace12898  |  28

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  dkuczenski  |  28

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  iloveursister  |  28

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  Britt125  |  28

Well likely she mentioned her bed was broken and that was how her parent knew, and it would be natural for a parent who would likely be the one buying a new one to look at it and see if it's fixable first. So it's the kids own fault for not moving the boxes before mentioning that her bed broke. I'm all for privacy, but this isn't an invasion of it. She had to know that the bed would be looked under or moved before long considering it was broken and she should have know it would need to be fixed or replaced.

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  28

Yeah, you've got it wrong. You're under the impression that OP doesn't have the right to go into a room of her own house. Parents should absolutely give their children a certain degree of privacy but not being allowed to look under the bed is beyond scope. Don't listen in on phone calls and don't read journals. Other than that, it's fair game.

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  mars13_fml  |  28

Your an idiot. She probably knew that he was going to help fix the bed and forgot to move the box or just didn't think about it. Or maybe she didn't know but still, a dad helping fix a bed is not an invasion of privacy.

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  kotabones  |  28

Sorry I believe that the daughter should have removed the evidence when the bed broke. The thought " hey my bed just broke. I bet mom/ dad are goin to look at it to do it. Oh and yeah I should get rid of the boxes of condoms from under my bed."

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  skoob1  |  28

If some chick is screwing in their parents house, you expect their parents to give them more privacy? I can't get away with 5 minutes and a porn at my house...

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  Opheliac73  |  28

What? I think that raising a child generally allows you the right to enter said persons room, particularly to assist them (and their furniture). That's not a unthinkable act of invading privacy - it's a favour. If the condoms were regarded as something of immense privacy then I would imagine that OP's daughter would have thought to have hidden them a little better. I don't see where OP can be faulted with the evidence given.

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  Vociferouslife  |  28

Wow "roxxxayy," I'll save the personal attacks but will say that your comment is more disturbing than the OP's actual FML. The irony to me is that your conment is a true reflection of parenting in America. We don't even know how old she is. Let's assume she's 14. She shouldnt necessarily be having sex that young, but if she doez, her parents have full clout (excluding diaries and such). Now let's assume she's 17-18. Maybe it's time to move out...

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  bizarre_ftw  |  28

170 - I can hide anything I like in my room, I'm a virgin, I only drink on special occasions or when I'm in a country where it's legal, and my mother does more drugs than me (aka she smokes) I do well in school and I actually have common sense (something not so common anymore) Privacy isn't the issue, it's actually a route to a solution, to be honest the issue is suppression - tell your kids about drugs, don't be too lenient, teach them what's important, but don't shelter them it's like letting a gallon of juice ferment in your car, if it's took closed off it will eventually explode and things won't be pretty, give kids lenience and teach them how to not be idiots and the world will be a better place 183 - I refer you to the above comment, mostly then end, however if you don't agree read the whole thing, if you still don't agree and have kids 1) those poor children 2) just see how that works out

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  PresAgent  |  28

#187 - Not for a child. I'm sick of seeing kids with an unjust sense of entitlement. Once again, it is not your house, privacy is not guaranteed. Of course your parents have the right to search your room, it IS their house after all. Those that preach otherwise, generally have something to hide. Golly, young whippersnappers these days... Get off my lawn!

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  PresAgent  |  28

This is an add-on to my previous comment. The main issue is, children have no clue what kind of responsibility or maturity it takes to own/rent your own home. If you think it's easy, get a job and your own place, and you can have all the privacy you want. It's one thing to watch your parents leave for work; it's another thing entirely to maintain your own job, household, and family.

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  bizarre_ftw  |  28

To generalise mental capacity based on age is nearly as bad as generalizing mental capacity based on sex (note I said "nearly" as I realise a person when a child is less intelligent than that same person as an adult, on average. However an entire age group does not possess the same IQ, nor will they make the same decisions or mistakes, and a bit of privacy goes a long way)

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  TheDrifter  |  28

203, a BIT of privacy? If she has been having enough sex in her parent's house to collect a mound of empty condom boxes, she has been given more than a bit of privacy. In fact, I'd say she's been abusing the privelege.

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  coldashell  |  28

170, are you the OP's sister? I never said anything in my post about being a virgin. Idk wtf is up with your juice reference. If you want the world to be a better place then learn to comprehend what someone else said before replying. You tried to make some sort of profound reply but failed miserably.

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  EffYoLife  |  28

Parents don't have to ask their kids permission in their own house. Wtf are you talking about? You sound like a damn fool. His child shouldn't be screwing boys in the house. Little slut.

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  chokefrantic  |  28

81: id be pretty mad if my mum looked under my bed, but that's because I stash her presents there (Christmas, birthday etc) and it would ruin the surprise. Other than that it's just boxes of stuff in storage.

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