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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 06/20/07
    jojo from TX said:
    i agree with da dude under me!!!!!!!!
    On 06/11/07
    John from CT said:
    This site is soooo biased, drinking and smoking are not bad for you if done in moderation. I get drunk and high all the time, just not to the point where I cant make decisions. THese supervisors are only posting the responses of prude kids who have never done anything and they are making this website completely biased and false by not posting responses from kids who ACTUALLY do anything. I would not be surprised if this was deleted because Im giving an honest response.
    On 06/05/07
    Tim from FL said:
    You don't appear to be that smart, quit drinking and smoking pot! And you can get your license taken away even though you didn't know you could get your license away because there's some law that says you can get your license taken away.
    On 06/04/07
    Gabrie from FL said:
    How could you even be alowwed to ggo to a unsupervised party?
    On 12/28/06
    Jayden from RI said:
    forget a 'legal age', all that matters is that you're mentally mature enough to accept responsibility for your actions and the results. You did it, and hey, it's not great, but by going to that party, you must acknowledge the danger and the risks. What I'm saying is you can't blame the drugs or the alcohol, it was your decision that led to it. It's easy to blame the drugs, it's not easy to accept you made a mistake.
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