To all the virgins of the world, in this day of Valentine Day, don't give hope.
For every virgin waiting there is somebody.
Good night !
There is somebody and don't fucking rush it.
I've got news for you
There is nothing wrong with being a virgin. Shit all heads downhill after that first touch of pussymeat.
hey now hey now
Are there really people walking around whose primary goal is to get laid? It's not exactly hard...
I mean I'm saving myself for marriage (for religious reasons) or I could've fucked at least one of several candidates.
>the human body is literally wired for sex, for god's sake
>Hardline christian fuccboi in a thread for men that went to get laid, but lack the confidence or whatever to accomplish that goal and have embedded this idea into their mind
>Only contribution is "its not hard for people to get laid" and revealing the fact that his religious beliefs don't even support the goal of the thread
You know what's also fun? Going on a site for drug addicts to some drug you've never been on and indirectly telling them their addiction is immoral and easy to quit, then asking a rhetorical and subtly condescending question about the existence of their addiction.
Im sure there is, OP. Too bad she's a fat ugly hambeast like me. I don't want me so i sure as shit dont want her. I'm very confident I'll be losing my virginity to a whore because at least she'll be attractive. This way I can experience, even briefly, what it's like to be attractive.
Fuck I hate my life and I hate this day. I need more alcohol.
Flyceratops I usually like your posts but you're being ignorant on this one. It is very hard for some people.
There are plenty of different factors that result in someone getting laid, from their confidence, height, appearance, voice, location, and experience are all important elements. And for many of people here they just don't have some of those key points, some are very difficult to change.
So don't say it's easy.
>You know what's also fun? Going on a site for drug addicts to some drug you've never been on and indirectly telling them their addiction is immoral and easy to quit, then asking a rhetorical and subtly condescending question about the existence of their addiction.
Have you ever actually spoken to an addict? This is exactly how my conversations with them usually go.