#251 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio
#252 Edited by Vortex13 (12265 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram: I get the flying chunks of monster meat.

#253 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio
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#255 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio
#256 Posted by Vortex13 (12265 posts) - - Show Bio

Oh, and as to why I don't have it anymore, because a girl a year and a half older than me happened to be very free and open and was at the same place as me when I was 16. In retrospect I might have been slightly used by her but I didn't care at the time.

#257 Posted by Vortex13 (12265 posts) - - Show Bio
#258 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio
#259 Edited by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

@necrotic_lycanthrope said:

@petite_oiseau:

The ages vary immensely (it's a university, so there are teens all the way to middle aged grownups). But a lot of the talk I overhear or , heaven forbid, the scribbles that drip from the bathroom stalls have nothing but sex talk written all over them. Like one girl thought she would get pregnant from french kissing (no joke).

I find it dumb that they have to announce the sex to everybody with either articles about it in the school newspaper or from graffiti. I know I'm a prude, but I still can't understand why there are girls who do this in real life.

Plus I feel like it's playing with fire. Sure I hear it's fun, but so is speed racing. But without caution, you'll end up crashing (kids on one end, or a concussion with the other.)

And just to clear it up a bit, I'm not asexual. It has to do with hereditary things.

Alright and I agree that's not appropriate, but I still don't think it makes them dumb for choosing to have sex (and just to clarify, this is addressing the scribbling on the stalls).

A girl thinking that she would get pregnant from french kissing is....troublesome to say the least. But I think it's more indicative of the abstinence only sex ed that's taught throughout schools (at least in the US). Sure, kids can go out and get educated themselves pretty easily online (and I don't mean through porn or anything like that, it's not hard to find basic facts about sexual education online), but you can't expect them to know it if they haven't been taught it or had open discussions about it where they can feel free to ask any questions they may have.

There are girls getting pregnant in high school because instead of being taught how to have safe sex - they were taught to not have it at all. And while I don't condone high schoolers going out and banging each other necessarily, it's entirely unrealistic to expect them not to.

(I apologize about this turning into a bit of a sex ed rant that's not entirely on topic, feel free to disregard if you want to).

Hey, it's not for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that, your views and wants (or lack) in your own life are just that - your own. The only thing I was really addressing in your post was the judging of others for choosing to do what they wanted :)

If there is one thing that's wrong in America (even Europe) is this need to assume kids are going to sleep with each other anyways. Last time I was in Europe, there where condom dispensers every few blocks, some nearby to what would be considered elementary schools.

To be frank, it makes me sick. Extremely sick.

Although the best way to teach someone is with hardcore reality; if a kid wants to start sexing it up at that age, make them feel what it takes to care for a very real baby. Stick them in life science and give them a flour bag with a face on it.

#261 Posted by Vortex13 (12265 posts) - - Show Bio
#262 Edited by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

@innervenom123:

Oooh, kinky.

But was this scene with a pregnant woman being force fed the Predalien's, um, junk?

#263 Posted by Auralaria (479 posts) - - Show Bio

@petite_oiseau said:

@necrotic_lycanthrope said:

@petite_oiseau:

The ages vary immensely (it's a university, so there are teens all the way to middle aged grownups). But a lot of the talk I overhear or , heaven forbid, the scribbles that drip from the bathroom stalls have nothing but sex talk written all over them. Like one girl thought she would get pregnant from french kissing (no joke).

I find it dumb that they have to announce the sex to everybody with either articles about it in the school newspaper or from graffiti. I know I'm a prude, but I still can't understand why there are girls who do this in real life.

Plus I feel like it's playing with fire. Sure I hear it's fun, but so is speed racing. But without caution, you'll end up crashing (kids on one end, or a concussion with the other.)

And just to clear it up a bit, I'm not asexual. It has to do with hereditary things.

Alright and I agree that's not appropriate, but I still don't think it makes them dumb for choosing to have sex (and just to clarify, this is addressing the scribbling on the stalls).

A girl thinking that she would get pregnant from french kissing is....troublesome to say the least. But I think it's more indicative of the abstinence only sex ed that's taught throughout schools (at least in the US). Sure, kids can go out and get educated themselves pretty easily online (and I don't mean through porn or anything like that, it's not hard to find basic facts about sexual education online), but you can't expect them to know it if they haven't been taught it or had open discussions about it where they can feel free to ask any questions they may have.

There are girls getting pregnant in high school because instead of being taught how to have safe sex - they were taught to not have it at all. And while I don't condone high schoolers going out and banging each other necessarily, it's entirely unrealistic to expect them not to.

(I apologize about this turning into a bit of a sex ed rant that's not entirely on topic, feel free to disregard if you want to).

Hey, it's not for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that, your views and wants (or lack) in your own life are just that - your own. The only thing I was really addressing in your post was the judging of others for choosing to do what they wanted :)

If there is one thing that's wrong in America (even Europe) is this need to assume kids are going to sleep with each other anyways. Last time I was in Europe, there where condom dispensers every few blocks, some nearby to what would be considered elementary schools.

To be frank, it makes me sick. Extremely sick.

Although the best way to teach someone is with hardcore reality; if a kid wants to start sexing it up at that age, make them feel what it takes to care for a very real baby. Stick them in life science and give them a flour bag with a face on it.

We had faced flour bag experiments in my middle school. Wasn't a good deterrent.

#264 Posted by Petite_Oiseau (242 posts) - - Show Bio

@petite_oiseau said:

@necrotic_lycanthrope said:

@petite_oiseau:

The ages vary immensely (it's a university, so there are teens all the way to middle aged grownups). But a lot of the talk I overhear or , heaven forbid, the scribbles that drip from the bathroom stalls have nothing but sex talk written all over them. Like one girl thought she would get pregnant from french kissing (no joke).

I find it dumb that they have to announce the sex to everybody with either articles about it in the school newspaper or from graffiti. I know I'm a prude, but I still can't understand why there are girls who do this in real life.

Plus I feel like it's playing with fire. Sure I hear it's fun, but so is speed racing. But without caution, you'll end up crashing (kids on one end, or a concussion with the other.)

And just to clear it up a bit, I'm not asexual. It has to do with hereditary things.

Alright and I agree that's not appropriate, but I still don't think it makes them dumb for choosing to have sex (and just to clarify, this is addressing the scribbling on the stalls).

A girl thinking that she would get pregnant from french kissing is....troublesome to say the least. But I think it's more indicative of the abstinence only sex ed that's taught throughout schools (at least in the US). Sure, kids can go out and get educated themselves pretty easily online (and I don't mean through porn or anything like that, it's not hard to find basic facts about sexual education online), but you can't expect them to know it if they haven't been taught it or had open discussions about it where they can feel free to ask any questions they may have.

There are girls getting pregnant in high school because instead of being taught how to have safe sex - they were taught to not have it at all. And while I don't condone high schoolers going out and banging each other necessarily, it's entirely unrealistic to expect them not to.

(I apologize about this turning into a bit of a sex ed rant that's not entirely on topic, feel free to disregard if you want to).

Hey, it's not for everybody and there's nothing wrong with that, your views and wants (or lack) in your own life are just that - your own. The only thing I was really addressing in your post was the judging of others for choosing to do what they wanted :)

If there is one thing that's wrong in America (even Europe) is this need to assume kids are going to sleep with each other anyways. Last time I was in Europe, there where condom dispensers every few blocks, some nearby to what would be considered elementary schools.

To be frank, it makes me sick. Extremely sick.

Although the best way to teach someone is with hardcore reality; if a kid wants to start sexing it up at that age, make them feel what it takes to care for a very real baby. Stick them in life science and give them a flour bag with a face on it.

But teenagers ARE going to sleep with each other. Regardless of whether or not they're taught that abstinence is the key. This is an undeniable fact. They're going to experiment and fool around and try stuff. Frankly, it's irresponsible to teach an abstinence-only curriculum and then be surprised when a girl gets pregnant because she thought a candy wrapper would be an appropriate condom.

My school did not teach a comprehensive sex-ed class. They taught us about STD's and the such - but never how to avoid them. From the time I was an early teen (13-14) my mom was there asking me if there was anything I wanted to know and making sure that I was educated for when I was ready. It didn't turn me into some sex-hungry girl, but it did prepare me for when I WAS ready.

#265 Posted by Xaos (499 posts) - - Show Bio

@akbogert:

I am sorry, but it matter.

Sex is important in a romantic relationship. But sex isn't wild copulation per se, even if there's a relationship, but to say tht's all that matter to the male teenager is viewing them as very dumb and short sighted.

Sure they are one who seek sex as a way to feel more "adult" (Who will blame them, as adults tends often to shun and dismissed them.), but they aren't all of them.

Male teenager care, not all, I admit some of them are jerk, but frankly, mass media and society isn't terribly good as portraying reality of either teenager, or sex in general. But these view seems to shape both perception with false premises.

Yes, "friendzone"is a way to see "Put kindness and you get sex...not.", but it's also reflecting a reality of relationship, sometimes, you make it kind and you don't get a "romantic relationship upgrade". Your assumption is that the guy will be kind to only have sex, but it's kind of offensive to every guy out there who can be kind to their romantic interest. These are the guy who want to be friends and lovers, and the two aren't synonymous.

I know many guys aren't great to deal with emotions, because frankly, we aren't teached to live that way, "macho style guys" isn't fading away like that, and guy who get "soft" are often mocked, and language is a reflection of this reality.

#266 Posted by V_Scarlotte_Rose (6429 posts) - - Show Bio

@xaos said:

@akbogert:

I am sorry, but it matter.

Sex is important in a romantic relationship. But sex isn't wild copulation per se, even if there's a relationship, but to say tht's all that matter to the male teenager is viewing them as very dumb and short sighted.

Unless you're both asexual, then it's probably not important.

#267 Posted by akbogert (3224 posts) - - Show Bio

@xaos: Your own words merely confirm what I'm saying. You are viewing sex as the logical result of having a good friendship with a girl. And most girls won't view it that way. Just because the guy wants to be friends and lovers doesn't mean the girl needs to want to also be lovers. To suggest that the friendship is valued less by the girl because she's not willing to "put out" is just offensive.

If you don't want to be close friends with a girl unless there's a chance she'll sleep with you, you aren't really being a good friend in the first place. You should be just as kind/nice/whatever as possible even if there's NO CHANCE WHATSOEVER that she will EVER have sex with you. The whole language of "friend zone" suggests, just like you say, that you're a lower-tier friend and that you should be able to "level up" to friend-with-benefits or something. It treats a relationship like a game/something to be won. It also suggests that you did "everything right" and your lack of sex is because girls are unfair/not following the rules.

Whether you realize it or not it's extraordinarily misogynistic. Anyone who wants to blame their maintained virginity on being friend-zoned is unwittingly revealing that they are not the sort of person a girl would desire to be with because they're not interested in the girl's side of the relationship and what she is looking for; and the fact that they can't see it with their closest female friends suggests that they don't stand a chance of seeing it with other girls.

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#268 Posted by judasnixon (6668 posts) - - Show Bio

I lost my virginity in the mail...... That's why you should always put a return address on everything.

#269 Posted by laflux (16834 posts) - - Show Bio
#270 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio

@xaos said:

@akbogert:

I am sorry, but it matter.

Sex is important in a romantic relationship. But sex isn't wild copulation per se, even if there's a relationship, but to say tht's all that matter to the male teenager is viewing them as very dumb and short sighted.

Unless you're both asexual, then it's probably not important.

How many people these days are? So sex IS important. To 99% of the population.

#271 Edited by NorrinBoltagonPrime21 (6111 posts) - - Show Bio

Nobody will take what belongs to me!!

#272 Edited by lykopis (10746 posts) - - Show Bio

@laflux said:

The world has ended. Your the only hero left in a world which is filled with mutated cockroaches that constantly try to eat you live, everyone else has been destroyed by countless thermonuclear warheads. We are only figments of your imagination. Why else would @lykopis declare herself as a sentient rock? (yes lyko, I'm going there, and I'm ready for round two-bring it)

All of this, all of this because of that one kiss............................................

The way i view it is if you're not ready to face the consequences that sex might lead to parenthood, you're not ready yet. Yes, you can be on birth control, wear a condom (and you should) but pregnancy can still happen.

That's a good gauge, I like that approach.

#273 Posted by SwordandShields (712 posts) - - Show Bio

a thread made for this?

Answer to question: i still have it. only 17 tho.

#274 Posted by PurpleCandy (773 posts) - - Show Bio

@laflux said:

@god_spawn said:

@necrotic_lycanthrope:

Like one girl thought she would get pregnant from french kissing (no joke).

Fun fact, a Kiss actually transfers less bacteria than a Handshake :)

@tdk_1997 said:

I haven't lost it because when I get close to a girl I get friendzoned.

I f'en know how you feel, f*ck the friend zone

And also for the people who say sex is overrated - Why do this to me guys?WHY?

Still have it, `cause I have never even gone to a single date, let alone dated someone. It`s `cause I`m not interested enough, and also a bit scared about the whole mating thing. Which also means that I`m not ready for one night stands yet.

Frankly, it doesn`t bother me. At least, not yet.

Besides, I`m only 18 (19 in June).

The only the reason I am scared of one night stands, is because I don't wana get STDs, or get jacked (especially).

And by the by, the conversation got way longer and out of hand than I expected XD

#275 Edited by InnerVenom123 (29510 posts) - - Show Bio

@necrotic_lycanthrope said:

Although the best way to teach someone is with hardcore reality; if a kid wants to start sexing it up at that age, make them feel what it takes to care for a very real baby. Stick them in life science and give them a flour bag with a face on it.

Oh my god, people actually think this works. I'm f**king dying.

Do you also support abstinence?

#276 Edited by PurpleCandy (773 posts) - - Show Bio

This thread got too out of hand... (litterly :P)

#278 Posted by Petite_Oiseau (242 posts) - - Show Bio

@akbogert said:

@xaos: Your own words merely confirm what I'm saying. You are viewing sex as the logical result of having a good friendship with a girl. And most girls won't view it that way. Just because the guy wants to be friends and lovers doesn't mean the girl needs to want to also be lovers. To suggest that the friendship is valued less by the girl because she's not willing to "put out" is just offensive.

If you don't want to be close friends with a girl unless there's a chance she'll sleep with you, you aren't really being a good friend in the first place. You should be just as kind/nice/whatever as possible even if there's NO CHANCE WHATSOEVER that she will EVER have sex with you. The whole language of "friend zone" suggests, just like you say, that you're a lower-tier friend and that you should be able to "level up" to friend-with-benefits or something. It treats a relationship like a game/something to be won. It also suggests that you did "everything right" and your lack of sex is because girls are unfair/not following the rules.

Whether you realize it or not it's extraordinarily misogynistic. Anyone who wants to blame their maintained virginity on being friend-zoned is unwittingly revealing that they are not the sort of person a girl would desire to be with because they're not interested in the girl's side of the relationship and what she is looking for; and the fact that they can't see it with their closest female friends suggests that they don't stand a chance of seeing it with other girls.

BRAVO on this post.

#279 Posted by Necrotic_Lycanthrope (2388 posts) - - Show Bio

@necrotic_lycanthrope said:

Although the best way to teach someone is with hardcore reality; if a kid wants to start sexing it up at that age, make them feel what it takes to care for a very real baby. Stick them in life science and give them a flour bag with a face on it.

Oh my god, people actually thinks this works. I'm f**king dying.

Do you also support abstinence?

Yes, I do. Although, for the most part, I honestly don't care, so long as you lock the door behind you when you go have "fun". But when it's announced everywhere, paraded, then expected to happen to younger and younger generations with no repercussions what so ever. (get pregnant? So what! Take a pill and wash those fears away.) THAT is what rubs me raw.

#280 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29510 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, I do. Although, for the most part, I honestly don't care, so long as you lock the door behind you when you go have "fun". But when it's announced everywhere, paraded, then expected to happen to younger and younger generations with no repercussions what so ever. (get pregnant? So what! Take a pill and wash those fears away.) THAT is what rubs me raw.

... you actually put quotation marks around fun.

#281 Posted by PurpleCandy (773 posts) - - Show Bio
#282 Posted by Xaos (499 posts) - - Show Bio

@akbogert:

No, maybe you misunderstand me.

Friendship isn't a way to get laid. Friendship is a way to have friend. But to be a friend with someone you have sex is a better than the "f..ck and switch" you seem to think all men are seeking.

I'm sorry if I repeat myself, but you can have sexual desire for someone you also like as a friend, or you can also want to be friend with someone who have sex.

And well, while it's true that many guy think that girl are unfair, but truth to be told, people are generally unfair.

Ironically, "friendzone" doesn't just apply to male either, some girls are the hopeless suitor because of their own insecurity about their beauty issue or whatever else. It's just that male brags more about it, because we are often assuming them to be the ones who make the first step, or the more bold about it.

And lastly, a guy know who know what he want in a relationship can be interested in what the girl want, but to initate a relationship he had to know what he want first. The fact he can't see what the girls seek in a relationship simply mean he doesn't saw it, not that he doesn't care. Sh..t happen. :(

#283 Posted by TDK_1997 (14988 posts) - - Show Bio

I haven't lost it because when I get close to a girl I get friendzoned.

I f'en know how you feel, f*ck the friend zone

And also for the people who say sex is overrated - Why do this to me guys?WHY?

The friendzone is the worst thing in the world,EVER!

#284 Posted by Auralaria (479 posts) - - Show Bio

@akbogert said:

@xaos: Your own words merely confirm what I'm saying. You are viewing sex as the logical result of having a good friendship with a girl. And most girls won't view it that way. Just because the guy wants to be friends and lovers doesn't mean the girl needs to want to also be lovers. To suggest that the friendship is valued less by the girl because she's not willing to "put out" is just offensive.

If you don't want to be close friends with a girl unless there's a chance she'll sleep with you, you aren't really being a good friend in the first place. You should be just as kind/nice/whatever as possible even if there's NO CHANCE WHATSOEVER that she will EVER have sex with you. The whole language of "friend zone" suggests, just like you say, that you're a lower-tier friend and that you should be able to "level up" to friend-with-benefits or something. It treats a relationship like a game/something to be won. It also suggests that you did "everything right" and your lack of sex is because girls are unfair/not following the rules.

Whether you realize it or not it's extraordinarily misogynistic. Anyone who wants to blame their maintained virginity on being friend-zoned is unwittingly revealing that they are not the sort of person a girl would desire to be with because they're not interested in the girl's side of the relationship and what she is looking for; and the fact that they can't see it with their closest female friends suggests that they don't stand a chance of seeing it with other girls.

BRAVO on this post.

Being a male, I'm in agreeing with this. I used to be that guy, too. There was this girl, and I'd been crushing on her since the 8th grade, for a few years, even into high school. But I didn't have the courage to approach her, so I just kinda laid back while she didn't even know. We were in the band together, and I played trombone behind her (she was a flute). We talked from time to time, but never anything that made us actually close friends. I didn't even realize I liked her like that until later in the year. But she'd already had a boyfriend at the time, and definitely one of the prettiest girls of them all, lotta people chasing that one. Then I stepped my friend game up, being super nice and stuff, helping her whenever she needed anything, offering advice, and being nice when she had troubles with other boyfriends, or anything. Whatever she needed, I was on call, always offering help. And though I wasn't hoping specifically for sex, and I did care for her as an actual person, I was hoping maybe there was a chance we'd become more than just friends. We never did, even after some subtle hinting and trying and stuff. It took until the latter part of senior year of high school for me to get over that mindset, and when I no longer wanted her as a girlfriend. I still do care for her as a person, but I'm not looking for anything more anymore. And I thought I was "the nice guy who got stuck in the friendzone." Then I saw a picture, and it said "Friendzoning is bullshit because women are not machines you put kindness coins into until sex falls out." And I saw it and I got disgusted, because even though there was a time where I genuinely believed she was quite possibly the most beautiful girl in the world and wanted to be there for her in a close and intimate way - and I wasn't specifically looking for sex - what "nice guy," the ones who truly believe they're good guys, not the ones who pretend, are only looking for sex? We probably just assume that's the natural progression down the line. The fact remains I was approaching her like one of those Japanese love sims, thinking if I spent enough time doing enough nice things for her, the natural progression was <3 <3 <3. I thought she'd love me.

I just finished Freshman year of college, and when I finally did hit college, it was like something hit me. A force that came over me. I changed. My whole demeanor, stature, gait, the way I thought and talked. I think I realized how pretty I was, or something. From the shy guy who never thought much of himself to swaggering down the street (not as in "I got swagger. Uh, yeah." I mean as in the way I carried myself) and generally presenting myself in a much more confident manner, like I could take on the world. Then my mindset just sorta became, let the chips fall where they may. If I meet a girl, I will. If I don't, it won't happen yet. I also read this article on Cracked that I thought presented some really valid points, some directly addressing the "nice guy" thing. Now it upsets me when I hear about "the friend zone," or someone complaining because a girl doesn't fall for the nice guy. It's because, like me, they often tend to not present them in a manner that says "hey, I'm interesting." Sure, you're nice. But a relationship is much deeper than "we're constantly and repeatedly really nice to each other." You gotta present your interesting qualities as well, which usually won't happen if you're caught in the wrong mindset the whole time you're around her.

But hey, that's just my take on that.

And to answer the original question of the thread, it was this year. It was Rosa, the cleaning lady. I was getting out of the shower and she was coming in to clean up. She didn't speak English much, I'm not too good with Spanish, and things got complicated. I wouldn't say she was an Eva Mendes, but she's really nice and I'm also less about "she's not 'the bomb' physically appealing" as I used to be.

#285 Edited by kfhrfdu_89_76k (3768 posts) - - Show Bio

The only the reason I am scared of one night stands, is because I don't wana get STDs, or get jacked (especially).

And by the by, the conversation got way longer and out of hand than I expected XD

One night stands aren`t that dangerous if one is careful (In most cases. I would think.).

It`s an interesting topic.

#286 Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k (3768 posts) - - Show Bio
#287 Posted by GhostRider2 (3384 posts) - - Show Bio

Well I'm only 14, and since I'm not dumb, I'll wait until I'm married possibly in or after college.

You say this now but wait until you are highschool and you will change your mind lol

#288 Edited by Auralaria (479 posts) - - Show Bio
#289 Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k (3768 posts) - - Show Bio

@auralaria:

A story about your life. Autobiographical.

#290 Posted by Auralaria (479 posts) - - Show Bio
#291 Posted by kfhrfdu_89_76k (3768 posts) - - Show Bio
#292 Posted by God_Spawn (38114 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't worry. No one dies a virgin. Life f*cks us all in the end.

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#293 Posted by Myrmidon_ (5082 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't worry. No one dies a virgin. Life f*cks us all in the end.

Well thread over I guess.

#294 Posted by V_Scarlotte_Rose (6429 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram said:

@v_scarlotte_rose said:

@xaos said:

@akbogert:

I am sorry, but it matter.

Sex is important in a romantic relationship. But sex isn't wild copulation per se, even if there's a relationship, but to say tht's all that matter to the male teenager is viewing them as very dumb and short sighted.

Unless you're both asexual, then it's probably not important.

How many people these days are? So sex IS important. To 99% of the population.

I know it's not a lot of people, but I just meant that it's not necessarily important to all romantic relationships. It may even be fairly unimportant to some non-asexual people, but I don't know statistics for such a thing.

#296 Posted by TheAcidSkull (18032 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram said:

@v_scarlotte_rose: Sex is important in a relationship, that is what the whole point is, to have kids. Humans put BS onto it, the matter of fact is, Sex is the meaning of life.

You silver Tonged Devil you.

#297 Edited by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram said:

@v_scarlotte_rose: Sex is important in a relationship, that is what the whole point is, to have kids. Humans put BS onto it, the matter of fact is, Sex is the meaning of life.

You silver Tonged Devil you.

;)

#298 Posted by lykopis (10746 posts) - - Show Bio

@pyrogram said:

@v_scarlotte_rose: Sex is important in a relationship, that is what the whole point is, to have kids. Humans put BS onto it, the matter of fact is, Sex is the meaning of life.

I am going to give you some time to re-think this a bit.

#299 Posted by Pyrogram (40965 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

@pyrogram said:

@v_scarlotte_rose: Sex is important in a relationship, that is what the whole point is, to have kids. Humans put BS onto it, the matter of fact is, Sex is the meaning of life.

I am going to give you some time to re-think this a bit.

It was not serious lol

#300 Posted by PurpleCandy (773 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn said:

Don't worry. No one dies a virgin. Life f*cks us all in the end.

Well thread over I guess.

Lmao

@tdk_1997 said:

@purplecandy said:@tdk_1997 said:

I haven't lost it because when I get close to a girl I get friendzoned.

I f'en know how you feel, f*ck the friend zone

And also for the people who say sex is overrated - Why do this to me guys?WHY?

The friendzone is the worst thing in the world,EVER!

No racist but I think friend-zone is more of a white people problem... I mean how often you hear anyone else bring it up