During our youth groups spring break bus trip to Myrtle Beach, my best friend and I met a pair of Marines on leave and snuck away to flirt and make out with them on the beach. We were caught without a chaperone; I was caught in the middle of kissing one of the Marines. My punishment: I was made to apologize to the youth groupa room full of 60 of my peersfor disobeying, for running off without supervision with someone of the opposite sex, and for taking the elders time away from the trip to deal with me. I was sent home on a plane three days later; my friend came home on the bus with the rest of the group two days after I returned. To them, I was a sinful harlot.
Not if she's not being paid.
However, what she and her friend here did is to my mind pretty much the definition of slutty behavior. I wonder if there is anything she would consider worthy of the term, or if she just thinks nobody should ever comment in a negative way on someone else's sexual behavior, no matter how destructive.
To: Sherman Logan
I’m conflicted as to which part of this incident is hawg-stupider: “youth group spring break bus trip to Myrtle Beach,” or “snuck off to make out with Marines.” I think I’ll have to go with the former, since it was presumably planned by brain-dead adults, while the latter was the act of idiot teens.
(Nothing specific against Marines: the same behavior with any adult men would be equally hazardous.)
posted on 04/30/2013 5:53:21 AM PDT
(Sarah is right.)
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