the choice between paying your electricity bill and getting herpes medicine is a tough one.
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Herpes medicine. The power company will let you skate for a month, your genitalia won't.
Would have been cheaper to use protection and candles. Or hell, just protection.
Condoms don't protect %100 against STDs. Where were you for sexual education?
Clearly the fact you got herpes demonstrates you fail whenever faced with a choice.
sometimes people get raped and dont have a choice. or cheated on or have an unfortunate run-in with a liar. shit happens its not always a choice.
HEY ASSHOLES, I'm not sure if you are aware, but 1 in 5 adults in the US has herpes. It can be dormant for years, so someone could have it and easily not know it. Also, you CAN contract herpes while using protection(Thank you, Cosmopolitan).Point being, you should probably stop calling this poor soul a slut, because this is not necessarily so.
wow, you sound defensive. Scratch much?
No way!! Oh shit, if I get herpes out of no where in 5 years. I'm going to kill about 10 guys who will (obviously) all of a sudden really regret the fact I was so easy in high school.
Shut off notice = electric, otherwise herpes meds
Acyclovir is on the generic program at most major pharmacies. $4 for a 30-day supply, $10 for a 90-day. Seriously, if your electric bill is that cheap or you're that poor, something is amiss.
God damn I'm glad I got the hell out of lansing! Ps just buy some crack
I know someone with GH. Who wants his phone # to make fun of him?
These comments are dumb. The OP didn't specify whether it was genital or on their mouth. It is very common for children to get it early from relatives who kiss them, especially when they don't realize they have a fever blister coming on. Valtrex treats both types of herpes. Some people have fever blisters but that doesn't necessarily mean they have genital herpes.
electricity. it's not like you're curing the herp. you can take the month off from sex to reflect on the series of dumb-slut life choices that landed you in this "lights or herpetic lesions" situation.
Pay your bills and keep it in your pants for a month, if you can handle that.
My herpes itch...
Gross. Get your meds - like someone said, the electric company will let you skate a month.
Of all the STI's, this one seems the most disgusting. Those infected should be segregated from the general population.
see if perhaps you made better choices before hand, you wouldn't be in thi situation. I say get the herpes meds though.
Pay the bill and spread the herpes love
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If your lights don't work, whose gonna see the outbreak? Don't pay either! Problem solved.