These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@NiceBoulder Very few humans make mistakes as major as that on accident. Besides, I was also "mocking" the lack of a question...

Reread the Section "If Quote" If you did read it please note the last sentence, and I quote, "Note that I didn't question, but assumed."
I intentionally did not add a question mark because I directed it as a statement.
Also, I am positive that more than half of the people on amirite don't know how to use a comma properly. This is sad, no? ( hey look! a question mark!)

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@runnerdude @1216330 (HC210): Hell no. I am a HAPPY impotent whoremonger :) and condoms? Wow. So many people think that if...

Looks like you are uneducated. Condoms do not prevent STDs and they also can malfunction during intercourse. I am going to assume that you will have many sex partners.

Analogy Time.
Would you rather have a fresh piece of gum straight from the wrapper, that will last you a lifetime OR 3 pieces of random gum, origins unknown til it is too late?

One of those pieces has been sitting on a fence post for a few years and is stale, probably has some bird droppings on it, and you have no clue whose mouth it has been in.
The second piece has been spat out onto a New York sidewalk, walked on til it is a flat disc. It is black and covered in some dogs saliva now.
Third Piece. This gum has already been in twenty peoples' mouths. Five of these people have AIDS, one has gonorrhea, six have herpes, one has mono, three have meningitus, the rest were healthy- but not for long. Congratulations! You have just acquired those diseases!

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@Sqwancho dance    [dans, dahns] Show IPA verb, danced, danc·ing, noun to move one's feet or body, or both...

Again, I repeat myself. My opinion, grinding does not qualify as dancing and children should not be imitating sex- it is unnatural and vulgar.
Respect my opinion as I respect yours. All this is - is disagreement. We won't be able to change eachother's minds, so leave it be.

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@I didn't agree with this comment, and guess what...I'm a virgin. It's by choice too, imagine that. The point is...

My mind is so blown I'm dead. Wait...... nope.

The post was my opinion. You have yours. I only rebuttle when people make wretched comments. I respect your opinion, how about you respect mine.
Duh. I know it doesn't promise sex. Only an idiot or person incapable of thought would think that. Also, your comment makes me laugh because it is so ridiculous. You have a gross way of having fun. Go read a book or watch a movie.
Once again, that was my opinion.

Grinding is not a dance. It is people humpin eachother with clothes on, because they like the stimuli (aka hormones). I find it disgusting, especially when children and teens do it.

I bet I just ticked you off. Sorry.
P.S. Congratulations on being a minority (aka virgin)

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@runnerdude Hahaha there's a difference between being a whoremonger and knowing how to have fun

No denial? So you agree that you're sad and impotent and a whoremonger. Okay. Have fun! Don't ruin your life by getting an STD or unwanted juvenile pregnancy. I'm just going to assume you don't care about emotional ties.

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@runnerdude Just because you never get any...

Apparently, because I choose to not have sex means that I don't get offers?
I think its sad how the the men commenting here, must be sad, impotent, little whoremongers.

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@MikeC1217 thats what i call ugly! hahahahahaha

Good to know we have something in common. Don't worry, ugliness is in the eye of the beholder, someone will eventually love and care for you.

Grinding is sex on the dancefloor. Sex is not equivalent to dancing. So, stop grinding because no one wants to see you be disgusting in public, amirite?
@MikeC1217 Obviously the creator of this post never got any action as a kid...

Yes. I am one of the rare occurences in the world known as a virgin, never heard of it until today? There is no need for me to have sex until I am married and dedicated to one person. It's what I call good morals.

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@NiceBoulder "You don't do well in your English class, do you?"

I'm sorry.... were you tryining to quote me? Or direct the statement at me?

If Quote: Apparently, you cannot read or even mimic correctly. Copy and paste always does the trick. "You don't do well in your English courses do you." is the correct phrase that I used. Note that I didn't question, but assumed.

If Statement: I'm well above average when it comes to English. If you're mocking the lack of comma in my correct quote, I am happy to inform you that every human makes a grammatical error now and then. Thank you, for being so kind as to ask me about my educational well-being.

Sincerely, Either way. . . your comment backfired ;)

P.S. This is very amusing for me and if the above is not what you meant, please inform me as to the purpose of your comment.

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@Courage_Wolf I have said many times I agree with your opinion, just not your justifications. Why do you keep on acting like I am...

I hadn't noticed the positives within the other million negatives. My stubborness got the best of me. The last statement was about all the negative commentators. I've just been attacked on my opinions, and I have felt the need to defend myself and beliefs. Often, this leads to me being rude- witty or plain impractical.

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@Courage_Wolf I was using it in the 4th sense. I don't disagree with you that Romeo and Juliet is both a comedy and a tragedy. I...

my bad, I should have said it was my opinion that it is both a tragedy and comedy. I didn't mean it as a factual statement.
I accept and respect that you don't agree with my justifications. Everyone has the right to their opinion, some people don't understand this idea. And do not acknowledge this.

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@Courage_Wolf That isn't a valid argument. Using your logic a comedy movie is both a comedy and a tragedy because somebody...

mmhhmm. The first part of your comment needs to be reworded so that I can actually understand it in an actual english sentence.
I wasn't classifying the work and I wasn't calling every tragic movie a comedy.
Also, what form of "valid" are you using?
Choose either of them-I don't mind.
1. Truth.
2. Producing the desired result .
3. Having force.
4. legally acceptable

MY ANSWER
1. it's true to me
2.I feel that my statement produced a result I feel fine with
3. I found it forceful (people seem to be really mad at my opinions and always give a response)
4. Legal? I'm sorry, but I am pretty confident that there is no law stating that Romeo &Juliet IS a tragedy, or ISN'T a comedy.

Capisce?

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@528491 I get that you said it's fiction, my question(that you still didn't answer) is "What's your point?". You keep...

Oh, good to to know.
My point about my first comment "might I say it's fictional. . . ?" is what happened in the play was made up- it never happened in history.
Give me a true story that played out exactly like the drama when/before Shakespeare wrote it, or after it for that matter (if after- the occurence was probably influenced upon reading the play) For all I know it might have happened in real life, without anyone actually knowing about it. A paradox.

and might I add, you never asked me question beforehand. If so, I must have lost it in our witty banter :)

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@528491 Well if you weren't going for realistic then what was the purpose of you comment "might I say it's fictional...

mmhhmm. . . I don't think you have grasped what you've just done. Did you read the definition of fiction that I provided? You have made a fool of yourself. You don't do well in your English courses do you.
I find many fictional books reasonable, Romeo & Juliet is one of them.
I didn't say that Romeo & Juliet was not reasonable. I said it was a work of fiction. FICTION.
Do I need to explain more? If so, I have my entire life to keep at this. I love when people don't agree with me, gives me a chance to educate! I love teaching people :)

These days, If two teenagers fell in love at a party, got married the next day, then killed themselves for eachother, people wouldn't classify it as a romantic love story, amirite?
@528491 Just because something is fictional doesn't mean it's unrealistic.

wasn't going for realistic, might you know the difference between fictional and non fictional? No, apparently you don't.
Fiction is a work of the imagination or invention, which contrasts with non-fiction (which is usually thought to be based on facts). Written works like novels, short stories, plays, and poems are fictional.