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#41 - gtfomylawnbish
Reply +81
(04/22/2014) [-]
Alright, rarely do I find a moment on this site to give fatherly advice. At my age, I'm allowed to do this and assumingly at your age, you should listen. With that said....


NEVER

USE

THE

PULL

OUT

METHOD.


Ever. If a girl says "you don't need a condom" you need two.

A full half of adults in the US have an STD. 115 million people in the US have an STD.

Here's the scary part. Ready? 80% of those people do not know they have an STD.

"My pussy is clean" is short for "your dick will rot"
#210 to #41 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Well said, sir.
#204 to #41 - wrocky
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(04/22/2014) [-]
it really depends on the girl you're with
#194 to #41 - fearoffailure
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(04/22/2014) [-]
If it's not on, it's not on.
#177 to #41 - werfgh
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(04/22/2014) [-]
you are a great dad <3
#131 to #41 - danniegurl
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Except if you were both virgins before you met.
#211 to #131 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
You can be born with STDs.
You can be born with STDs and not know it.

People can lie about being virgins;
whether they have an STD or not,
and whether they know they have an STD or not.
#212 to #211 - danniegurl
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I'm not talking about that kind of relationship.
#213 to #212 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Well if you're not having sex, then no, there's no need to wear a condom. Unless it just makes you feel better I guess.
#214 to #213 - danniegurl
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(04/22/2014) [-]
No, I mean not the kind of relationship where people would lie to each other about that.
#215 to #214 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Yes, because there are types of relationships in which nobody involved ever lies. Those exist.

k.
#216 to #215 - danniegurl
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(04/22/2014) [-]
About things as big as that? Yeah, those do exist.
Not everyone lies about having stds.
#217 to #216 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Contrary to popular misconception, you can't actually tell if someone is "the type" to lie or not.
And you wouldn't know for sure if they were lying until it was too late. Good job.
#218 to #217 - danniegurl
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(04/22/2014) [-]
If you've been with the person for 8 months before you've had sex, you know the type of person they are.
#219 to #218 - Dember
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(04/22/2014) [-]
ok
#116 to #41 - tiredofthis
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(04/22/2014) [-]
If people only had sex with one parter, to who they were married, these kinds of things wouldn't happen....

Just sayin'.
#65 to #41 - hawaiianhappysauce
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(04/22/2014) [-]
110 million? That seems a little high.
#59 to #41 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Oooooor you can be abstinate, treat sex as something a bit more serious than just a hobby you share with a girl. and not have to worry about any of that ****?

Honestly, I'm happy dealing with the petty virgin jokes if it means I don't have to worry that my dick my fall off the next time I go to take a piss.
#130 to #59 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Oooooooooor, you can actually practice safe sex instead of wasting your youth.
#133 to #130 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Isn't time wasted/enjoyed a completely personal, and subjective thing?

Or, what, anyone who's not spending their time the way you'd spend your time wasting their time?
#140 to #133 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Well, if you enjoy being abstinent then more power to you, but you will never be as virile or attractive as you are in your youth, and spending that time not enjoying your and other's bodies in their prime seems like a waste to me. It's like having a pretty bowl of fruit, appreciating its beauty, but letting it rot because you don't want to eat the fruit and ruin the beauty. The beauty will be wasted regardless, so you might as well get the best of both worlds, if that makes any sense to you.
#141 to #140 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I don't give a **** if you, or anyone else wants to have sex. The secondary point to what I said was that you're not allowed to bitch and moan if that **** happens to you after sex.

"I'm so young and virile, it'd be a waste not to do anything about that!"
"I'm pregnant..."
"**** I'm too young for this **** what the ****!"
#143 to #141 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
You quite literally can't get pregnant with a condom and hormonal birth control, and it's even lower if you don't ejaculate while penetrating the woman, even with the condom. Getting pregnant is their own damn fault. STDs are likewise near impossible to get with the proper precautions of monogamy and STD testing prior to any sexual contact with a new partner. Abstinence to avoid those things was a wise move 200 years ago, but there are other options now.
#145 to #143 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
"You quite literally can't get pregnant with a condom"

A wee bit optimistic, no?
#148 to #145 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
>You quite literally can't get pregnant with a condom and hormonal birth control
You cut out the important second half.
#149 to #148 - lolollo
Reply -4
(04/22/2014) [-]
That's still optimistic.
#157 to #149 - nigeltheoutlaw
Reply 0
(04/22/2014) [-]
Not if you understand statistics and use condoms with spermicide lubricant.

Effectiveness of combined hormonal birth control: 99.8% when properly used.
Effectiveness of condoms: ~98% when properly used.
Effectiveness of spermicide: ~85% when properly used.

Basic stats: 1/99.8 + 1/98 + 1/85 = .01% chance of pregnancy, assuming about 250 acts of intercourse a year, not counting Plan B in case of condom failure. So no, not optimistic in the slightest.
#160 to #157 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
"You quite literally can't"

Except that yes, you can...with a small percent chance, but the more accurate statement was that you quote literally CAN get pregnant, even with all of that. Saying something can't happen in the face of any statistic that isn't 0% is just ignoring the true statistic.

It makes it where the significant;y small statistic smacks you in the face, and then you're just pissed off.
#161 to #160 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Okay, you took my figure of speech a little too literally. Yes, there is a small possibility that it can happen, but the chances of it are so small that they are negligible in real life and are not worth worrying about.

Abstinence isn't 100% effective either. The Virgin Mary got pregnant, after all, and there are a large number of myths in which a woman gets pregnant while still a virgin.
#167 to #161 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
That would also be an unscientific statistic.

Besides, the idea behind abstinence is that you treat sex with more respect than you would any other hobby. There's some serious, life altering **** that can go wrong with sex. Abstinence takes note of that and suggests you treat with respect as something you share with someone you're willing to spend the rest of your life with.
#169 to #167 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
True, but you can't say for certain that abstinence is 100% effective, especially if you think about manual or oral sex or mutual masturbation in which sperm accidentally enters the vaginal canal.

Of course I treat it with more respect than any other hobby, since no other hobby I have can give me a horrible disease or an unwanted child, unless the rock wall I'm climbing spawns an Earth baby imbued with the power of our planet. In that case, however, I'd be pretty stoked rather than worried. However, many hobbies can have serious, life altering **** that can go wrong. I can get lost or die while backpacking. My equipment can fail while climbing. I can get hit in my car and be crippled. Everything has an element of risk; avoiding any activity that has a small amount of risk means that you're going to miss out on a lot of enjoyable experiences in life.
#172 to #169 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
There'd also be an argument over whether any of that actually counts as abstinence...
#176 to #172 - nigeltheoutlaw
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Well, abstinence only means "restraining oneself from something", so it would vary from person to person.
#79 to #59 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
it's a lot more difficult than it sounds when you're drunk and some hot chick is all over you and your bros are shoving you into an empty room with a condom and a prayer.
#81 to #79 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
It helps when you find the "drunk chick" archetype unattractive and your friends all agree with you and you actually have self control.
#82 to #81 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
... christ man you live on a different planet to me...

I mean, I get sober parties... but uhh... I dunno how old you are, but once you get to uni you've got to go to keggers/drunk house parties... You know... unless you're an engineer... then you just drink alone and cry a lot.
#84 to #82 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I'm 22. I took 90% of the chances I was given to go to keggers and get drunk between 18 and the beginning of the year (I turned 22 in February). You grow out of that **** dude. I didn't like who I was when I was drunk, so I made the adult decision to just have a drink when the situation arises.

Thank about it. It's typically loud, messy, crowded, hot, and any conversation anyone would want to have with you in that environment is just going to revolve around who they've ****** and what alcohols they've drunk. It's not fun, I don't care how much you've convinced yourself that it is, or society tries to convince me that it is.
#105 to #84 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
You... have had a very different kegger experience to me... Seems the anti-booze squad has come to shower me with red thumbs though. Guess that's my cue to leave.

It helps if you go to the right keggers I guess. Drink with the right people.
#108 to #105 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I do drink with the right people. We drink with the 4-5 of us and talk about meaningful topics that pertain to our lives and not ambiently listen to loud, repetative music at 150% what our speakers are engineered to play at with people we don't know ruining our furniture.
#109 to #108 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
see those are the WRONG keggers. The right kind of keggers have enough mutual friends invited to make the keg worth the purchase (otherwise you just go BYOB houseparty). There's maybe 30 people and the music is in one room.

You meet new people or hang with your regular friends.

When randoms show up things usually go to ****, heh...
#110 to #109 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
The problem is that the wrong keggers are the ones I'm told to enjoy.

It's probably more perpetuated by the lot who are only interesting in getting free booze.
#112 to #110 - Sethorein ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Ah, then **** keggers.

If you can't go to the right ones there's no point. Noisy, ******, douchey keggers with nothing but foam are a waste of time 'n money.

Scary fact though: my sister tells me about all the doctors she goes with to clubs. Suffice to say they get ****** up during their pre's. 22 year old medical school students. Gave me a chuckle...
#113 to #112 - lolollo
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(04/22/2014) [-]
I know what you mean...my roommate is in his last year of his engineering degree. He's constantly playing into all of the **** college says should be fun, and I have to constantly remind him that he never has as much fun as he thinks he will at each and every one.

"I need to go to a football game!"
"Why?"
"Since it's my last year, I feel I've robbed myself of the college experience."
"Except that football games are cold, long, noisy, overpriced, and a huge pain in the ass whether you drive or walk. That and you don't even like football."
*after the game*
"How was it?"
"Meh..."
"Told you..."
#114 to #113 - Sethorein ONLINE
Reply 0
(04/22/2014) [-]
Though doom 'n gloom aside, current generation has got a lot going for it. ah... here's the video www.youtube.com/watch?v=4SfcGmEVuBY

Buncha uplifting statistics I remind myself of whenever I wonder how our generation is doing...
#54 to #41 - picklesand
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Using two condoms can make them more likely to break because of the friction between them
#220 to #54 - cocoman ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
So just to be safe use 3
#44 to #41 - plasmaballs
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(04/22/2014) [-]
also because you can have pre-ejaculate that contains semen and can still make the girl pregnant even if you do pull out before cumming
#123 to #44 - capinsquiggles ONLINE
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(04/22/2014) [-]
Technically no. But Technically yes. Pre-cum does not contain any sperm and you cannot get pregnant from pre-cum. UNLESS you didn't clean your dick after the last time you released your god juice. Then pre-cum can carry said dried up juices into the girl and get her pregnant.
#66 to #44 - sedativechunk
Reply 0
(04/22/2014) [-]
Actually that's a VERY subjective topic. I took sexuality in college and one thing I learned in there is that most studies agree per-ejaculate can't get someone pregnant, although some say it does. That substance doesn't really contain the sperm or enough of it to get someone prego supposedly. The reasons for the condom are more for having safe sex.

Personally I think it is every mans responsibility to carry protection if they are dating someone no matter how serious or not. That way if something does go down you can be safe (and have the full experience rather than worrying about "pulling out").