Dear Girl... New Sex & Relationship For The People

Submitted by: fancylad 6 years ago in

An all new edition of Dear Girl... Today, "How to get with your best friend" and "Why"s my boyfriend such an buttwipe?"
There are 52 comments:
Male 230
The second guy sounds selfish, but so does the second girl. Seems she was very quick to blame.
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Female 331
I really feel for the second girl, KT...I was with a guy a long time ago who was just like her guy. Long story short, her bf is a control freak who probably loves that this girl is at his beck and call. And if she gets smart and tries to dump him, watch how fast he comes crawling. And I hope she gets it right the first time around (unlike myself, who needed a few dozen times) and moves on to someone who wants to be around her as much as she does them. :)
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Female 166
@ dada
Really? Ew.

Who knows what you`d catch from someone with such a mentality...
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Female 4,039
If I only had a nickel for everytime a guy said to me, "hey, what would you do if I took my dick out right now."
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Female 40
What does GBF stand for?

Gay Best Friend? Just a shot in the dark ;/
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Female 40
The second girl needs to read more about HPV. Depending on how many dudes/dudettes she`s been with, she needs to realize that HPV could have been contracted long before she even hooked up with her bf. Granted, she needs to leave the loser, but the idea that it`s only him- he should be tested too. She probably passed it to him more likely as females are far more susceptible to the virus than males- which is why Gardasil was created to primarily guard against cervical cancer and other forms of the HPV. /sigh.
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Male 610
znaught, what the hell`s wrong with being a bi guy? is that somehow inferior to being a bi girl? am i less of a person because i like a different gender than you? go away and take your hate with you
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Female 83
Every straight girl wants a gay, male, best friend. It`s true.
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Male 351
Martin, you sick drater. Being bi, and a guy? How drated up is that?
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Female 3,727
Wow, it`s amazing how desperate we are as a human race. For the first question, is your friendship worth pursuing a relationship? People always say things won`t change but YES THEY WILL. The dynamic always changes when you enter into a relationship from a long-term friendship. Sometimes for the better, sometime for the worse. Think about it!
And for the second question...oh god, if you`re not able to communicate with each other about STD`s, condoms and other pertinent ADULT issues....DON`T HAVE SEX, YOU`RE NOT READY! IF you find yourself chasing after someone, it`s time to evaluate your relationship (if relationship, is what you want to call it)...did you really need to ask that second question or were you looking for validation to dump his ASS? If so, set yourself free and dump his ASS already!
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Male 1,674
Dear Girl,
I am in love with my best friend. She just broke up with (or has become interested in) a real man who is not afraid to express his feeling. But he`s a jerk because he doesn`t know true psycho-love like me.

Should i tell he how I feel? I wouldn`t want to ruin our friendship (which we really don`t have because we`re only friends because i`m obsessed with her). Please help, what should I do (in other words, please tell me I shouldn`t act because I`m too scared to do otherwise).
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Male 12,138
What? 40 posts in and not a single "tl;dr" post? I`m guessing the significant percentage of the IAB userbase with clinical ADHD had a field-trip, encountered a f*cking book, and each suffered a mild brain haemorrhage...
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Male 915
GBF = Go Burn in a Fire
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Male 915
Lamiacraor
Female, 18-29, Western US
124 Posts Friday, June 25, 2010 9:27:14 PM
All of these letters just anger me so much at how stupid people can be. But, I will leave my comment at that. If I were to really write how I felt about the people from these notes, I would be considered a "troll" and nothing I say will really make a difference with how retarded people are at times.

....this is IAB
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Female 193
What does GBF stand for?
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Male 716
Booring...
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Male 1,297
oh the misinformation lol. everybody now needs to go to the doctor to clear up SOMETHING they heard here
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Female 47
what the poo are you guys talking about? HPV is not treatable but it`s not necessarily permanent. In most cases it takes about two years for the body to figure out how to beat it. Then,after about two years, the immune system fights it off.

Okay, so the caner-causing strain sucks. However, since her physician caught it early, there`s only a 2% chance that she will develop full blown cervical cancer from it.
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Male 247
Who would stay with that sorta guy...
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Male 741
NotTHATnored U`d be suprised
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Male 119
"naria, HPV is untreatable, so it is not a STD worth talking about. I can "talk" with my "boyfriend" about TREATABLE STDs like Candida or Gardnerella or Phtirus pubis, in order to take conjoint decisions about the treatment. But what`s the point in confessing HPV? It is gonna stay there for your whole life. You can inactivate it if you`re lucky, but you will remain infected no matter what. "
there is something to discuss, the person has the right to make the decision of whether they want to sleep with you at risk of something that may end up being life threatening. and your protected sex comment is misinformed. HPV passes through genitalia also and therefore severely impacts on condom effectiveness.
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Male 316
@notTHATbored

oh ye of little faith. >_>
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Female 3,828
Pel noooo! Whatever you do, Dont unban center!!!!!
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Male 25,416
This is getting silly!
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Female 1,101
Ahaha!! I think he should ask her what she would do if he took his dick out. Although I`m not sure that the letter is actually legit since from my personal experience bi guys don`t exist.

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Female 1,515
@dada; The problem here is that they DIDN`T have sex with a condom, since she ended up getting HPV from him. Wouldn`t you agree that it`s important to tell him of the fact he may/probably is an HPV carrier, so that he can stop infecting other girls he sleeps with, thereby endangering their health? I agree with you, that if she had HPV before the encounter there`s no point talking about it, if they`re using condoms and it`s not a problem...but in this circumstance I think she had a responsibility to let him know.
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Male 730
@britt566 it`d be funny if /b/ users gave the advice. It`d go along the lines of
"Tits or GTFO" or "Kill yourself /b/rother"
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Female 130
Everyone is stupid in regards to something, lamia.

And the guy talking about aids wasnt saying it was aids in the post, it was an extreme example.
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Male 3,819
"HPV does not cause AIDS."

You`re right. It only causes cancer. Totally not a big deal, I can`t imagine why on Earth anybody would worry about it.
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Female 2,289
Erin is great at giving advice, but it would be MUCH more interesting if the advice was coming from IAB users

lol
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Female 231
All of these letters just anger me so much at how stupid people can be. But, I will leave my comment at that. If I were to really write how I felt about the people from these notes, I would be considered a "troll" and nothing I say will really make a difference with how retarded people are at times.
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Male 152
tl;dr
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Male 1,184
Um.. DarkFerret, HPV is Human papilloma virus, not Human immunodeficiency virus, which is HIV. HPV does not cause AIDS.
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Male 2,748
So dada, when you get AIDS, you just won`t say anything to anyone and still go out and have sex? that`s just stupid, the person you`re boinkin has EVERY right to know what poo your carrying.
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Male 2,748
dump his ass
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Male 3,756
dada, you are completely wrong. I don`t even know where to start, but people like you are why STD`s spread.
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Female 78
inaria, HPV is untreatable, so it is not a STD worth talking about. I can "talk" with my "boyfriend" about TREATABLE STDs like Candida or Gardnerella or Phtirus pubis, in order to take conjoint decisions about the treatment. But what`s the point in confessing HPV? It is gonna stay there for your whole life. You can inactivate it if you`re lucky, but you will remain infected no matter what.
There`s no decision to take, and nothing to do, just PROTECTED $EX. So there`s no point in discussing it with anyone that isn`t a physician or a member of your family.
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Female 78
if you have protected $ex there`s no need to tell anything.

I do believe that your own health is a private thing. You can share this kind of information only with your family.
A boyfriend is NOT family, not until it becomes a lifemate, and then he`s not "boyfriend" anymore, he`s family, and won`t run away.
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Male 328
This was interesting, throw in a vuvuzela in the background and for some odd reason it was epic world cup is ruining everything for me.
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Female 46
lame lame lame. thankfully you can`t force me to read this. The girl answer is so dull. It`s the last time I will read it hopeing to find it entertaining.
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Female 1,515
Oh, if you were being sarcastic disregard what I was said

VVVVV
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Female 1,515
@dada erm...aren`t you SUPPOSED to tell people you`re sleeping with these things? >.> Doesn`t seem like a great idea to NOT talk about STDs. And if you can`t communicate with your boyfriend, why`s he your boyfriend in the first place? I`m glad that chick didn`t ask advice from you. Sorry.
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Female 78
The problem, girlie, is that you can`t go around telling people that you have HPV, and then expect love and compassion. We do not live in a such advanced society.
If you do not dump your boyfriend, you will 100% be dumped by him in short time, so problem solved for now.

For the future boyfriends: Always have protected §ex and keep your mouth shut! Problem solved.
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Male 3,819
Sounds like the second guy is having buyer`s remorse. Get out of that.
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Male 3,819
Is it bad I visit these for the comments more than the actual column? Looks like I have to wait a little longer for this to get more entertaining. Maybe I`ll unban Center.
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Male 2,688
Agreed with the response to the second letter... I`ve given the same advice to several female friends and NONE of them took it and only continued to get hurt... After repeating this advice 3 or 4 times, I took them aside and told them that I was done giving them advice and listening to their problems because if they weren`t gonna take my advice ANYWAY, why would I waste my energy to give it.
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Male 340
No, it`s workin fine for me.
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Female 126
He gave you the crotch rot. Let him go!

>_<
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Male 38,477
thought I was at Oprah.com for a moment
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Male 15,510
[quote] It`s broken... or at least it is for me. [/quote]

Its working
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Male 90
It`s broken... or at least it is for me.
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Male 20,151
Link: Dear Girl... New Sex & Relationship For The People [Rate Link] - An all new edition of Dear Girl... Today, `How to get with your best friend` and `Why`s my boyfriend such an buttwipe?`
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