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    ok so one night i was at my friends 16 birthday party and of course there was drinking and smoking weed so i figured what the heck i guess i could have a little fun...well her mom came home early and ended up kicking everyone out so i went with my other girlfriends to this kids house and i didnt know whose house it was so i felt a little awkward.i ended up having a little too much too drink and smoked a little too much and passed out.all i remember was looking up and seeing him standing there smiling at me.the next day when i got home i was getting undressed to take a shower when i noticed that my panties were gone later on when i went to school this kid kept asking me about why i had sex when he was laying right beside me and i honestly could not remember doing anything with anybody.well thankfully i graduate this year and i wont have to see him smile at me everyday in the halls at school.

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    On 04/30/09
    allie from KS said:
    its just a mistake screw dat guy he is a jeark and that has happened to me and gets better
    On 02/23/09
    who? from TX said:
    Screw those ppl who say they are "pointin out ur mistakes" we all make mistakes but no one wants that. They don't understand wut its like to b raped. I'm sorry this happened to u but u should report it to a local help center, get urself checked out, and live on.
    On 01/30/09
    from AL said:
    My x called me and was very upset. We were both living away at the same college. She explained that she went to a party and woke up in a strange house with no panties but couldn remember anything. The following wknd i was talking to some guy in a bar and he was talking about him and his 2 friends having sex with this girl and the nasty things they done. I know everything that happened to her that night but have never told her
    On 10/25/08
    Ron from AZ said:
    You put yourself in that position to be a target! You knew in the first place once you saw alchol at a 16 year old birthday party was wrong! You had a chance to avoid when your friend's mother kicked everyone out, you should've went home or went to a friends house where you knew everyone and was comfortable. Instead, You go to a house with people you didn't know except your friend you went with, and there was drinking and smoking. You put yourself in that position. Now you have to live with a bab memory for the rest of your life. I don't mean to sound like a jerk, I'm pointing out ur mistake.
    On 09/24/08
    mitchi from NJ said:
    that really sucks i mean like imagine that guy starong at u and just thinking the kinda things he did to u and u have no idea
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