Wednesday, 27 September 2017 03:42 PM
#21297 Virginity is a stupid concept all together. Technically if you even know what sex is you're not a virgin in some people's books. I would just abandon the concept all together and not let it dictate your actions. Do what you need for your own health and happiness
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 10:01 AM
#21287 Yo, freshman thot I heard, an "easy, STD-free girl" is a walking contradiction. Good luck finding one.
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 04:43 AM
#21288 I need opinions on this situation. So I have a cousin who found out her "father" isn't really her father after 15 years. The man who she thought was her father is actually her stepfather. The person who told her this was my mother who is a niece of her biological father. My cousin's mother took her away from her biological father (my great uncle) when she was 3 years old. Her mother was using my cousin to hurt my great uncle. My great uncle wanted to be a part of his daughter's life but her mother was being spiteful. The mother constantly moved and changed her numbers when my great uncle would get in contact. She pressed charges on him for harassment. My cousin was told by her mother that her father gave up his parental rights. He didn't and he paid child support for 15 years. We have proof. Everyone in the family told my great uncle to file for joint custody but he just didn't want to go through the drama with her mother. He regrets it now. So my cousin met my great uncle after 15 years in 2010. They had lunch together and things were fine. From there they were texting and calling one another. The mother didn't like it and told her she was disrespecting her stepfather and threatened to take away her car and phone which she did. The mother also blocked her father's number and the rest of the family's number including mine. My cousin disappeared and we never heard from her again. We couldn't find her on social media at all anymore. Until 2 years ago I found her on social media.We have been messaging since then and she's interested in getting to know her family except her father. She told me she has no interest in communicating with him and a lot has went down that led her to that decision. She also said she already has a dad (stepfather) and doesn't consider her biological father to be hers. I completely understand and respect her decision but here is where she is contradicting herself: Her boyfriend of 4 years looks just like her father and is interested in the same things as her father which is music. Her boyfriend and father have similar backgrounds and everything, it's crazy.
My cousin's stepfather treated her different. He would never show up on her birthdays and never gave her gifts. For years she wondered why was she so different from her younger sisters. She looked and acted different. Her younger sisters' father is her stepfather.
My cousin is now 25 years old and we don't know what her mother has told her or didn't tell her. I think one day she'll come around. She told me her mother tells her all the time that her boyfriend reminds her so much of her father. She said her mother loves her boyfriend as if he was her son. What do you all think about this situation?
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 03:16 AM
#21289 Would I still be a virgin if I get a IUD? I know virginity is associated with sexual intercourse but sexual intercourse is associated with penetration. The IUD process is what I would call straight violation but it's worth it. Opinions? Thoughts?
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 08:46 PM
#21291 Get on your phone and let your predictive text write your confession.
I don't want to be a good person but I don't have to take it off my phone and I don't have to get a response from my phone or any other day or any other app I have ever tried to use but I don't have to get a response from the email address to the email address and email address email or email address and email address(ad nauseum)
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 02:08 PM
#21292 I think Loh deserves his raise. UMD has only improved, and greatly so, under him.
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 06:48 AM
#21286 Pineapple goes on pizza. Fight me.
Monday, 25 September 2017 02:58 PM
#21290 How to pass your classes:
1) Go to class. If you choose to not go, at least make productive use of your time relevant to your classes.
2) Do all of your work. Don't skip assignments and then beg the professor for extra credit because you don't want to fail the class. If you're in college, you're probably an adult. Act like one.
3) If you are out drinking 5-7 nights a week, stop it. If you're one of those people who can pull it off, all the power to you. If you do it and are failing your classes, your priorities are clearly out of line.
And probably most important of all
4) Be willing to make changes. If you aren't willing to make changes to your college lifestyle to improve your grades, then you will keep failing your classes and wasting money (unless you go to one of those schools that doesn't fail students because they think academics is the least important part of college).