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    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16?
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    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16? if you thought you could be commited or wanted to stay with that person forever?
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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooo!
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16?

    a little young
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    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16? if you thought you could be commited or wanted to stay with that person forever?
    Personally I wouldn't have. I believe that at that age people don't have enough 'life experience' to make that sort of decision. I think people should wait until they're older for that sort of thing, at 15/16 you still have you're whole lives ahead of you for getting engaged etc.
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    No, unless I was absolutly in love but it's usually infatuation at that age and people chnge alot especially over their teens and twenties.

    You'd have to be mad - live a little!!
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    no, you're still changing and deciding who you want to be then, chances are you won't want to be with that fiance by the time you've grown up!
    (so now you've gone and posted a thread twice!)
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    Im sorry my PC is messing up i cant help it :mad:
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    You don't know whether your in love or not at 15! Plus if you are, theres no need to rush into anything... cause you'll end up together!
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    (Original post by Loopz)
    no, you're still changing and deciding who you want to be then, chances are you won't want to be with that fiance by the time you've grown up!
    (so now you've gone and posted a thread twice!)
    Exactly, you're still trying to find who you are and what you want from a relationship. Your perspective on life completly changes as you get older.
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16?
    Nooooooooooooooooooooooo. Nonononononono. No. No.

    When I look back now at what I was like and who I had crushes on when I was 15/16, the person I was then is barely recognisable compared with me now. And even now I doubt I'll stay like this for the rest of my life. In the olden days, maybe, but today, no way.
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    Would you get engaged at 15 or 16? if you thought you could be commited or wanted to stay with that person forever?
    Especially if they went to Ridgeway school in Plympton! Dump!
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    Eh? whats wrong with Ridgeway? :mad:
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    Eh? whats wrong with Ridgeway? :mad:
    Well, it's worse than Hele's and well it's just Ridgeway! :eek:
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    u go heles then eh? n yeah my skool is pretty crap :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    u go heles then eh? n yeah my skool is pretty crap :rolleyes:
    No I don't, I live in Plympton though!
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    Wats ur name i might know u?
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    (Original post by Dragoness)
    Wats ur name i might know u?
    Anne Auraque!
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    Ok what skool do u go too or used to go?
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    (Original post by Anne Auraque)
    Anne Auraque!
    Its sunny. There's no rain in sight.
 
 
 
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