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  1. Alternate says:

    Yes, something bad might happen… but that does not mean that you should be reckless and go out living your life without a plan! Well, car accidents happen, even if you are careful, but that does not mean you could go driving drunk or over speeding!

    I’m annoyed with people that uses such rationalization as an excuse for not giving effort or avoiding things they should be doing. “You might still fail, so why put on effort?” And you seem to have taken this as your life motto. No wonder you’re in the slums.

    You also think that other people would think or experience things like you do. Wrong! One thing the world teach us is that we don’t think the same way. How could you miss such an obvious fact! I would not trust you, believe me. Such a person, as yourself, who don’t seem to know or understand such a basic fact of life is not something I would entrust my life with. And advice… from you? You can’t even live your life right!

    You deride your mother for giving wrong advice and now your given an even worse one. Are you having a midlife crisis or something?

    Well, you are actually correct in something. Someway you are a total and absolute failure and from what I could see, you still going to be for a very long time.

  2. “In fact I can respect your celibacy to an extent if it’s a religious choice. At least then I’d know it was your spiritual beliefs that you were staying a virgin for.”

    In response to this section, I’d simply like to point out that a person’s decision whether or not to have sex doesn’t need to be based on spirituality in order to be respected. I was a virgin until I was 21, not because there was a lack of opportunity, and not for any spiritual reason, but because I wanted to wait until I felt a connection with someone before having sex with them.

    I’m not big on random hookups (although I don’t look down on people who engage in them). For me, sex is more than simply physical. I’ve had sex with two women in my life, both of which I loved and had a deep connection. Others see it differently, and they’re entitled to their beliefs. We shouldn’t deride anyone, man or woman, for waiting until they’re ready to have sex, whatever their reasons may be.

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