Just curious how many people lost (gave up) their virginity around a special time of the year (birthday, Christmas, New Years, etc).
I would think only women may wait for a special time of year, men just wait for the opportunity.
But, maybe that's being sexist.
There is no punishment. There is no reward. There are only consequences.
Im with scotty.
I lost mine near the end of school year.
I was 14 and hanging out with a 17 year old girl, senior sluff week so lat may early june just beofre summer vacation. alot of people lose it after the prom, or on christmas dates, its nto about it being special, only for the girl, and a small eprcentage of men, mostly though its about when you have the chance when your the man.
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
St. Patrick's Day, the only day that I could get my parents out of the house for long enough.
<b>The Word of God - <i>Surprisingly indistinguishable from one's own personal opinion.</i></b>
This must be why the Irish love St Patrick!
I guess that before summer vacation or after the Prom would be considered a time-related event, but I was thinking more along the lines of a holiday when emotions were high.
And I, too, agree with Scotty that men tend to take what opportunity presents itself.