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    (Original post by Teveth)
    Too young.
    My grandmother was a war widow expecting her first child at 17.
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    (Original post by ForensicShoe)
    Here you go :rolleyes:

    http://cdn.blisstree.com/files/2009/...hipcookies.jpg



    [SIZE="3"]I found the one with the biggest chocolate chip :coma:[/SIZE]
    thats no chocolate chip....thats a rolo....
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    and yes we were truly in love... well I know I was in love, I've never felt that way before - I've felt lust before, I've felt kinda love before, but I KNOW for sure that was true love. 'You don't stop loving somebody... either you never did or you always will." I've never stopped loving him, and I always will because he is the one, he is my soulmate, I've never been so sure... and yet its so tragic that were not together. Only the winds of fate will tell if we'll be together again...
    you don't happen to go to a girls school in london do you?

    cos this sounds very familiar
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    Get in there, worth a punt
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    Fella I know, got engaged, 17, first girlfriend, she's dumped him for a woman, and kept the ring :shakeshead: what a ****.
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    Wait till you're older don't ruin your life
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I was engaged when I was 17 too (in 2009)... best relationship ever... but we broke up mid 2010. I genuinely thought we'd be together forever, like the engagement set it in stone that it would actually last & we would always be together, in comparison to an average boyfriend/girlfriend relationship. Guess not :'(

    What happened, if you don't mind me asking????
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    (Original post by nulli tertius)
    My grandmother was a war widow expecting her first child at 17.
    And?

    My granddad was working in a mine at the age of 14.
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    (Original post by Teveth)
    And?

    My granddad was working in a mine at the age of 14.
    And both these facts put into some perspective comments that people are too young.

    And that doesn't mean I would wish any of your family down a coal mine any more than I wish mine slaughtered on the western front.
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    If that's what you want then go for it, just make sure you can handle the consequences though.
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    I would say 17 is too young. I certainly wouldn't approve of any hypothetical child of mine getting married at that age.
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    (Original post by Georgiahoneybee)
    Are you asking a question with that or just announcing it?
    Good question.
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    Okay, may your marriage last longer than 15 days.
    Amen.
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    (Original post by mathsmad)
    ... 17 and engaged to someone i really love...
    ahh young love, i bet you 6 months. otherwise i wish you good luck and have a lovely life together.

    oh dear.. *facepalms*
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    What are you expecting us to say OP? You put a question mark in your title but made a statement in the post .
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    Good luck.
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    (Original post by infernalcradle)
    thats no chocolate chip....thats a rolo....
    Holy crap.

    You may well be correct.
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    ¡felicidades!
    Now you've really gone and made me feel old!
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    U MAD
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    You could be a grandparent by the time you're 34.
 
 
 
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