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    Why was W.S.Gilbert frequently drunk on his transatlantic crossings?
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    (Original post by freakingout!)
    Are you Cicerao's bf by any chance? :laugh:

    "you need people need to get out more"...Now who's making assumptions.. :rolleyes:

    Only you have made an assumption, not me.

    Im not assuming that when her BF was her age, ahe was 10 years old...That's a fact....

    And the fact that the age gap is still, very weird, is very, very relevant to their present situation! She's not a fully grown adult....she's a young adult at best, but she's actually still a teenager tbh. Trust me, when you 19, you think your fully grown, but you are not. You will only learn this when you get older. (or just ask Cicerao's bf, i'm sue he's wise enough to know this lol


    30 year old men do not normally go out with 19 year olds...correct?

    Why do you think this is?

    I'd love to hear your reason as to why these sorts of relationships aren't common.

    BTW, are there any males that would let their 19 yeard daughter sleep around with a 30 year old? I don't think their are many. Why is this?

    :cool:
    You are an actual idiot. You come on this thread and instead of dealing with the topic at hand, start attacking a girl for going out with someone older than her!

    Ohhhhh, you haven't been making assumptions have you? Sorry, but calling both her and her boyfriend pathetic, saying "I bet he can't get women his own age" and "you're probably think it makes you mature when you're probably the most immature of your group" isn't an assumption at all is it?

    Fair enough if you think it's odd, but you're taking it next level and personally attacking them for a choice that has absolutely **** all to do with you.

    And just because something isn't the norm doesn't mean it's definitely wrong or that it can't work out. I would imagine that it's not the norm simply because of things like them not being able to meet in the first place, them not having much in common or them simply disregarding each other because of their age. But if there's a connection there, why not? Assuming she got with him because he has a car is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard (especially as plenty of people her own age indeed have cars). Of course it is possible that they got together for the reasons you have stated, but it's possible that they didn't. Just making these assumptions makes you look really ignorant and narrow-minded.

    I really hope you are a troll because no-one can be this stupid.
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    On topic... I definitely expected university to be more 'grown up' but it does feel like being back at school. Lectures are getting unbearable because of people talking, throwing paper aeroplanes etc etc.

    One guy was even watching porn in one of the lectures. Nice.

    Also, if you don't drink alcohol or live in halls it's a pretty isolating experience even if you're quite sociable and outgoing. I can't quite work out if I'm enjoying university yet or not, sometimes I think it'd be better to work full time again and not be poor!

    I have nothing against drinking if that's what you like to do, it's just a bit overwhelming that the whole of the social life at my university revolves around facebook and getting pissed.
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    Wow. How can be people get so angry at the internet.
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    (Original post by screenager2004)
    Maybe it's a class thing, in my area this is the norm! Down my locals people aged 20 to 60 are getting drunk every Friday night. 35 is still young. 35 is still getting drunk with your friends, having fun and going to gigs. Life is what you make it!

    My mum and her colleagues at work (All aged 40-50) recently jetted off to Dublin for St. Patrick's weekend, they look like they had a brilliant time. If I am still as lively and having as much fun as her when I'm that age, I'll have had a fantastic life.
    ****ing lazy working class never contribute to society; in fact, they take away from it....

    Hey, nothing wrong with a bit of provocation when you're bored.
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    Yeah of course I thought uni would be different to what it is... I mean I thought I was actually going to learn something but so far I'm just burnt out, ****ed off and fed up of studying the same old **** over and over. :confused:
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    (Original post by spazman21)
    ****ing lazy working class never contribute to society; in fact, they take away from it....

    Hey, nothing wrong with a bit of provocation when you're bored.
    Well that was just retarded. Why do you think they're called working class.
    In fact that's such a moronic post that I bet you're unemployed, no one with a job could be that stupid!
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    (Original post by freakingout!)
    This is a messae board you donut! 99% of the people on here are sommenting about randomers!

    It's not as if I randomly saw you and your peado bf in the street, and told you this!

    That's like me saying; "I find it strange that you feel the need to comment on some randomers message about her Uni"..:rolleyes:

    The whole aim of TSR is to comment and give our views!

    When he was at the age of consent, you were in infant school...what a catch! lol

    1) This is totally irrelevant to the thread.
    2) Leave the poor girl alone!!!! 19 and 30 isn't that strange, he's hardly an old man. Who are you to judge?

    My big sister is 23 and has a bf who is 35. She had a lot of emotional problems growing up and still struggles now. Turns out younger guys were far too immature for her to cope with whereas her new guy, who is mature and in a stable job, can take care of her and they're perfect for each other.

    I'm not saying the OP has the same background as my sister or is with her bf for the same sort of reasons. I'm just saying don't judge when you don't even know the background information!
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    (Original post by screenager2004)
    Well that was just retarded. Why do you think they're called working class.
    In fact that's such a moronic post that I bet you're unemployed, no one with a job could be that stupid!
    I'm currently on a gap year and working 35 hours a week.... actually, I'm off to work right now.
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    (Original post by spazman21)
    I'm currently on a gap year and working 35 hours a week.... actually, I'm off to work right now.
    Then you've got to be pretty thick for it not to have occured to you that working class people work.

    Enjoy cleaning up coffee mugs!
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    (Original post by Cicerao)
    19, not that this is relevant.
    your boyfriends a peado
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    (Original post by freakingout!)
    This is a messae board you donut! 99% of the people on here are sommenting about randomers!

    It's not as if I randomly saw you and your peado bf in the street, and told you this!

    That's like me saying; "I find it strange that you feel the need to comment on some randomers message about her Uni"..:rolleyes:

    The whole aim of TSR is to comment and give our views!

    When he was at the age of consent, you were in infant school...what a catch! lol
    She wasn't asking for your opinion on her relationship, so why don't you keep your mouth shut?


    On topic; OP please tell me this uni isn't my firm.
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    (Original post by Cicerao)
    Sounds like you know a bunch of immature people. I'd bet a hell of a lot of money that those types of people are in a minority. The boyf is pushing 30 and almost all of his friends are either career people or family people - nobody puking in bushes.

    Being stupidly drunk is definitely a majority young people thing.
    Most mature people know there is no point in being a buckled down career or family bore when you're in your 20s/early 30s.
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    (Original post by freakingout!)
    Well it is, tbh.

    When you're 30 years old, going out with a 19 year old is more immature than puking in a bush tbh...
    being so obnoxious and making comments on people you don't knows relationships is much more immature than both
    my brother is 30, and if he was going out with a girl that was younger than me (im 22) i'd be disgusted tbh....I'd also think he was quite pathetic, being a grown ass man and going out with someone who is barely an 'adult' :rolleyes: You'r not even 21, (in some countries that's not even old enough to drink) yet he's old enough to have a family...
    in some countries your never allowed to drink! :O maybe you should never have a relationship the two are clearly linked:rolleyes:
    when I was born my dad was 21, had a full time job and bought a house a few months later. 18 years later me my mum dad and little brother still live here happily. thats only two years older than the op.
    infact its younger than you would you say it would be sickening for you to date a 19 year old because your old enough to have a family

    You were probably with him when you were younger also, which is even more sickening...
    I find your attitude sickening
    So yeah, throwing up after a drink, is definatly not more immature/patheticf than a 30 year old man going out with a child...
    in your narrow minded opinion
    Notice how it's never a 30 year old woman going out with a 19 year old boy? LOL
    except thats not even close to being true
    And you're probably immature yourself, because you most likley think that going out with a 30 year old loser, who can't pull a bird his own age, is attractive or gives you status/means you can look down on people your own age... :rolleyes:
    do you not think its more immature to make assumptions like this than be happy in a relationship. when did she give any indication that any of this was true
    If a 30 year old, is going out with a 19 year old, i'd dread to think what he was like when he was 19...lol

    If i was your dad. the sicko wouldn't be able to walk...but something tells me your daddy doesn't mind....or quite frankly, doesn't care....
    maybe her dad just wants her to me happy like a caring father would
    And then you find yourself with a 30 year old...can anyone say "daddy issues"?

    *puke*

    Men like your BF, cannot/find it hard to impress older girls, so he decided to go for theeasy option and date an 18 year old that is impressed with...wait for it...A CAR!!!! OR HIS OWN PLACE!!! OR THE FACT HE MORE MONEY THAN GUYS YOU GO TO UNI WITH!!

    seriously, grow the **** up and open your eyes
    again when was any of this said

    (Original post by freakingout!)
    When did you start goiung out with you bf?

    You do realise, that when he was your age, you were 8 years old!

    Seriously, that's like saying your future husband might be 8 years old at the moment...
    he very well might but going for someone in the future when they have grew up is different from going for them when they are 8 do you not think?

    Im also willing to bet he's not exactly fighting girls off, is he?

    Has he ever had a relationship with a woman over the age of 25? (seriuously i'd like to know, but i doubt it)

    30 and going out with a girl that is most likley younger than his baby sister or brother... :eek:

    weird....
    I went out with a guy 2 years above me once, his sister was a year above me OH NO THE HORROR
    does he get along with your 19 year old friends?

    Be honest, they think he's weird right?

    (Original post by freakingout!)
    Yeah my bad, I was a bit OTT, lol.

    But Im just completley baffled by the fact that she thinks a 19 year old puking in a bush after a night out is more immature/pathetic than a 30 year old man, going out with a girl that is half his age...

    19 year old puking in a bush after a night out - normal

    (im assume you have been going out for at least a year?) 28-29 year old engaging in a relationship with a girl that is still in school, and still hasn't fully developed as a PERSON...
    pretty sure a year ago she wasn't at school so thats a stupid comment. and noone has ever fully developed as a person since everyone always changes so again a stupid comment
    people don't raise their eyebrows at a hungover 19 year old...

    people certainly raise their eyebrows when they see a grown ass man with a teenager!
    a little beside the point but why do you use such a stupid childish term, especially while talking about maturity
    people don't raise their eyebrows if someone walks past a homeless person but they certainly would if that person gave them £100
    does that make the first one the best thing to do and the second awful?

    And I can tell that she *thinks* it makes her more mature, if she goes out with a 30 year old (another sign of immatuirty, this time from her side)
    how exactly can you tell this? because it wasn't implied at all
    My original post was over the top, but idiots like that don't ever seem to get the message...i've seen thinges like this a few times, and the irnoy of it all, is the fact that the girl sleeping with the 30 year old, is 9 times out of 10, the most immature one in her group of friends who go out with people their own age...

    (Original post by freakingout!)
    Are you Cicerao's bf by any chance? :laugh:

    "you need people need to get out more"...Now who's making assumptions.. :rolleyes:

    Only you have made an assumption, not me.
    you made a big assumption that I pointed out further up
    Im not assuming that when her BF was her age, ahe was 10 years old...That's a fact....
    an irrelevant fact
    And the fact that the age gap is still, very weird, is very, very relevant to their present situation! She's not a fully grown adult....she's a young adult at best, but she's actually still a teenager tbh. Trust me, when you 19, you think your fully grown, but you are not. You will only learn this when you get older. (or just ask Cicerao's bf, i'm sue he's wise enough to know this lol

    adult means fully gown, and yes at 3 years older your definitely so much older and wiser and know everything
    30 year old men do not normally go out with 19 year olds...correct?

    Why do you think this is?
    30 year olds and 19 year olds arn't don't usually meet in the context where a relationship might form...
    I'd love to hear your reason as to why these sorts of relationships aren't common.
    ^^
    BTW, are there any males that would let their 19 yeard daughter sleep around with a 30 year old? I don't think their are many. Why is this?
    yes, pretty much all of them.... because how exactly do you suggest that they would stop them? since when do people get to decide who other people sleep with?
    :cool:
    basically your whole attitude is disgusting and her life is non of your business
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    (Original post by JemMills)
    One guy was even watching porn in one of the lectures. Nice.
    LAD

    ... but, yeah; that's pretty bad :p:
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    (Original post by shinji ikari)
    your boyfriends a peado
    He prefers carrots.
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    I don't get why people are making a HUGE deal out of this 19 and 30 thing? Who cares, man, who cares. It's not your life, it's not your business.
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    Shut up about the 30 and 19 year old thing, it's completely irrelevant to the thread. The girl's love life has nothing to do with you.

    Anyway, about the ACTUAL topic of the thread, last semester I would have completely agreed with you. However lately I've been lucky to find people who aren't like that at all. My course is pretty intense and high ranked for it's subject so most people are focused. However, I go to an ex-poly so some of the people that I see/hear around my halls are complete idiots. Girls screaming and arguing with people, boys who shout random gangster slang, all in the early hours of the morning. Apparently we have gangs who deal drugs LOL I go to a great uni
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    (Original post by freakingout!)
    Are you Cicerao's bf by any chance? :laugh:

    "you need people need to get out more"...Now who's making assumptions.. :rolleyes:

    Only you have made an assumption, not me.

    Im not assuming that when her BF was her age, ahe was 10 years old...That's a fact....

    And the fact that the age gap is still, very weird, is very, very relevant to their present situation! She's not a fully grown adult....she's a young adult at best, but she's actually still a teenager tbh. Trust me, when you 19, you think your fully grown, but you are not. You will only learn this when you get older. (or just ask Cicerao's bf, i'm sue he's wise enough to know this lol


    30 year old men do not normally go out with 19 year olds...correct?

    Why do you think this is?

    I'd love to hear your reason as to why these sorts of relationships aren't common.

    BTW, are there any males that would let their 19 yeard daughter sleep around with a 30 year old? I don't think their are many. Why is this?

    :cool:
    Just out of interest at what age do you find it strange to be dating a 19 year old? 23? 25? 27? 30?. Everybody is different and you can't really judge someone you've never met although I agree in most cases it does come across as a little strange on the mans part when there is that big an age gap.
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    (Original post by TheCurlyHairedDude)
    Welcome to the real world, have you ever thought there might actually be something wrong with you. I mean everyone else seems to be "sexcited" ......
    :eek:
 
 
 
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