By Anonymous - United States
Today, on my 21st birthday, a relative asked me if I was still engaged to the love of my life. The man I spent several years with, gave my virginity to, moved across the country for, who promised to marry me before my 21st, and who swore he was over his ex for good. No, but thanks for asking. FML
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By  perdix  |  29

I'm sure your relative regretted asking you this and wished they had just asked the real question they wanted to pose in the first place: "Would you please pass the potato salad?"

Single at 21? BFD! You've got about 14 good years to find a good man. If you want kids, you should get a bit panicky at around age 35 and then settle for any douchebag that can produce viable sperm.

  sweet_candy_  |  17

When I first made an fml account I didn't know what op meant but I used this thing called Google it only took (0.09 seconds) of my life and there was About 1,710,000,000 results.


after using google and taking less than 0.09 seconds of my life, while 1,710,000,000 results were displayed, I clicked on some and found out: 1) yes, I WOULD like some penis enhancements 2) OP = Original Poster

  LaUruguaya  |  11

YDI for thinking of marriage by 21. That is way too young to be making those kinds of decisions, marriage shouldn't be talked about until 25 at the earliest.

By  maddiester  |  5

I mean, the man you loose it to won't always be your husband. if you can say it was worth it, then that's what counts IMO. you're too young to get married Op, don't feel too bad. you have your whole life ahead of you. most men lie about those stuff, let it be an experience.

  DjeePee  |  24

Who cares how old number 11 is? I only disagree with 'most men lie about that stuff' (generalisation and so), but I agree with the rest of her comment, no matter what her age might be.

Words of wisdom from college.

  instantmusic  |  4

Naaaaah. Most men don't "lie about this stuff". Most men delude themselves into thinking what they want to believe....women do too, so maybe I should say "most people".

I remember my first GF, and how I sincerely meant it when I said "I'll love you forever, we should get married!". In hindsight, that would have been a horrible horrible decision and I'm happy things turned out the way they did.

  maddiester  |  5

#96, "words of wisdom" from a Freshman... :)

oh and sorry if the 'most men lie' part offended any of you. I didn't really mean all, but yeah you get the point.