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I think it may just seem like this because the girls that sleep around are the loudest and most noticeable. I do think that a lot of teenage girls deny that they like to sleep around because it's often frowned down upon, and leads to insults like slut and whore being thrown around. The girls that spend more time working towards their future are the ones that are more likely to want a serious relationship. :)

UNITED STATES / JUL 26, 2016 9:56 PM EST

in response to: (I'm 17) Why do girls my age say that they want serious relationships but go ahead and sleep around? I want a serious relationship but it seems like girls my age really don't. Most 20 year old girls that I ask for advice tell me that they slept around in high school. Why? Do teenage girls lie when they say they want serious relationships or is it just really difficult for them to admit the fact that they enjoy sleeping around to themselves?
Then you move on with life. If you two are meant to be, you'll be meant to be in the future. Don't help ruin a happy home. Karma will get it.

UNITED STATES / JUL 20, 2016 11:03 PM EST

in response to: Have you ever tried falling in love but then the timing is off? You find out he is married. What do you do when the guy you love is married unfortunately? Nothing.
Avoid shaving in the future and treat it like any other rash (vaseline is suprisingly great)

UNITED STATES / JUL 16, 2016 11:19 AM EST

in response to: I shaved my genitals and ass hair yesterday and I feel really irattated like a porcupine is in my butthole. Any tips on decreasing the pain and how to shave better in the future? (I'm a male)
He also chose not to talk to you either so you may have the same feelings. Its been a week so you cant really sit down and talk about your future but just be forward and say i really like you but i dont see this working out etc.

UNITED KINGDOM / JUN 16, 2016 9:16 AM EST

in response to: I have been dating this guy for just over a week. Our behaviour towards each other hasn't changed at all and we havent talked a lot despite the fact that it was his birthday yesterday. And I really strongly feel like he would be happy with someone, anyone else. I feel like I should break up with him because I can already tell we aren't gonna last with summer break and whatnot coming up, but I don't want him to think I don't like him. He might blame himself.... What do I do?
Watch the great rock and roll swindle. You can't "express individuality" and call yourself a punk. We are cogs in a system no matter how daft we dress or rebellious we may appear. The future has no hope at all in the hands of a bunch of narcissistic posers. But you are 20 and have the right to get it wrong for a few yea r s.

ITALY / JUN 12, 2016 3:09 AM EST

in response to: How do you feel about genuine, old-school variety punks?
No. If a girl tells you that you're an annoyance, she wants you to stop being around them. Let her alone entirely. Chances are huge that she'll miss the attention and almost beg you to start being your annoying self again. That's when you need to almost ignore her. She'll then start being the annoying one and eventually you'll date in the future. Just give it time. If you feel there's a connection, she probably does too, but just does a good job trying to ignore it.

/ JUN 6, 2016 7:25 AM EST

in response to: Im kinda lonely. I am courting a girl and she says im just an annoyance. Should i still keep giving her gifts and stuff?
No, although after this year who knows what the future holds?

UNITED STATES / MAY 9, 2016 11:07 AM EST

in response to: is Pennsylvania the only state you vote for delegates?
Take copious notes on everything so you'll be better prepared when your future husband starts messing around.

UNITED STATES / MAY 9, 2016 11:05 AM EST

in response to: Please read. I'm teen girl. Everything in my life was fine, but I think that my dad may be cheathing on my mom. Moms friend asked her was I walking with my dad in town,but we surely know that wasn't me. Besides,we found womans umbrella in my dads car. I don't know what to think about whole situation. I'm not showing any emotions but inside I'm tearing apart. Please tell me what to do
Don't listen to the trolls. You have a life to live so why waste it by floating around at the bottom of a river. its also not a good idea to shred yourself but i can see your point, suicide is difficult to complete. But wait, what if you life changes in the future. Hang on in there little bud you may yet get to enjoy your life.

UNITED STATES / MAY 7, 2016 12:32 PM EST

in response to: I am going to commit suicide sometime next week and was wondering where I should do it so that it isn't in a public area and my family (I live with my mum and younger sister) wouldn't find my body. I am 15 so have no access to a boat or any industrial equipment like a tree shredder I could jump into. If i could I would do a solo boat trip and tie concrete blocks to my legs and either drown or get eaten by sharks first
What about college? In the future you're bound to not be able to see each other. Long distance relationships never work. Do plan to marry this person? If no then a breakup is inevitable.

UNITED STATES / MAY 3, 2016 3:07 PM EST

in response to: there is a boy at my high schooland when I first looked at I felt something I have never felt before I noticed that he keeps looking at me all the timeonce I saw him looking at my face so I turned aroundand he just carried on looking so I moved a bit and he couldclearly see Iknow he waslooking at me but he carried on and did a little grin and tournedaround I'm just not sure if he feels the same way about me so I was wondering if anyone couldgive me an excuse to talk to him at all
First learn how to use the space bar, then just deal with it. Even if you dislike her you should still keep in touch. Rich people might be useful in your future if you're good friends with them.

UNITED STATES / MAY 3, 2016 3:02 PM EST

in response to: I have a best friendwe are both 13 but she isn't like a friend to mewhenI think aboutit she'salways actssnobby to me and then goes jokewhenI goto herhouse she always lays out all her new expensive cloths that"arntcheep at allthey onlycost 80 each"she says,she does it on purpose she knows I can't afford nicestuff like her but she rubs it in my face and sheis always ditching and when I say something she says no I don't and gets snobby she thinks she's so much better than me❗️ What should ido
Keep it. You may need internal organs from it sometime in the future.

UNITED STATES / MAY 1, 2016 11:43 AM EST

in response to: Should I abort it or not? Btw I'm 22 and already working.
If your laptop is too slow, or won't work, or if it's been hit repeatedly by a baseball batt by your dad because you promised him you wouldn't be playing video games anymore because you're getting terrible grades which affect heavily on your future happiness, instead of being homeless, getting killed because you didn't pay your debts in time because you couldn't find a job because you don't have an education due to your addiction to video games, then get a new laptop

UNITED STATES / APR 30, 2016 6:58 AM EST

in response to: What is a good sign that it is time to get a new laptop?
They're right. You should be glad that your parents aren't the trashy type who lets you do whatever you want. In the future you might regret it. God made you a certain way. Changing yourself is opposing god's will and desire. It's the same as spitting in his face. He made you, he has every right to control his creation. I don't even believe in god, but you're supposed to.

UNITED STATES / APR 27, 2016 8:53 PM EST

in response to: so im in 8th grade 32d im only 4''11 my family believes that doing anything to your body is a sin an stuff i really want breast reduction butmy parents would not let me how can i convince them to get breast reduction
Most people are a product of their time. People in the future might think that some of our beliefs are horribly offensive too. Everybody thinks that they of course must have the right idea of what's moral, but morality is subjective, it's an illusion.

UNITED STATES / APR 27, 2016 4:24 PM EST

in response to: If you could get someone from every generation of your family's history together and bring them to now. Would you respect all of their opinions like racism, xenophobia and religion? And then you were dragged back to their days?
Are you stupid? You may hate her, but stalking and bullying someone is not death penalty worthy. Killing someone and getting executed is an eye for an eye. This isn't. If people can be killed for something like that, don't you think that someone might get framed for doing something like this in the future? The legal system isn't perfect.

UNITED STATES / APR 27, 2016 4:16 PM EST

in response to: Should Rachel Marsden, who is a convicted stalker and psychopathic troll who uses her sock Twitter account @Non_Disclosure to brutally bully and stalk her enemies, deserved to be killed in the most brutal way possible?
Don't quit! You obviously have potential, and can make more friends with similar interests as well. Maybe they know some of your other friends as well! Don't give up on something you could potentially have a future in, as long as it's enjoyable.

UNITED STATES / APR 24, 2016 10:34 PM EST

in response to: Recently I tried out for my Schools Track and Field Team. I made the team, but my friends did not. I would love to stay on the team but no one I know is on the team! What should I do?
If you really love that guy and see yourself being with him for a long time and also see him potentially being your life partner in the future then yes you should definitely open up to your parents and tell them and I am very sure that they love you a lot to understand and accept who you are!

NETHERLANDS / APR 18, 2016 11:09 AM EST

in response to: I'm 21 year old boy and I have a boyfriend for about 1 year.My parents are homophobic.Should I tell them about my boyfriend or not?
i will give you some advice that i give my guy friends. First,just make small talk get to know each other. Don't just jump onto a relationship u could possibly mess a future friendship up. Another thing is, don't be afraid to be who you are. This goes for embody out there in the world. Ur bi. That means Ur bi. If somebody has a problem then tell them to f*** off. Good luck...tell me how it goes i am the girl who asks the anorexic questions.

UNITED STATES / APR 12, 2016 10:41 PM EST

in response to: So I'm a girl, and I'm bi. There's this section on Kik where you search for interests and then people who have also searched for that specific thing come up. There's someone I added to my contacts that I've been wanting to talk to, but I'm too scared, and I saw her face for the first time when she changed her profile pic....and....she's so beautiful. I don't want to screw up a possible friendship or relationship, so how do I approach her without being awkward?
Tell me more about the expected future ST rates.

UNITED STATES / APR 12, 2016 4:51 AM EST

in response to: JC EDUCATION. FINANCE. Expectations theory = LT rates should reflect expected future ST rates. More precisely, it argues that a forward interest rate compounded to a certain future period is equal to the expected future zero IR for that period.
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