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By Anonymous / Monday 16 November 2009 00:52 / Canada
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By  Amkii  |  7

WHAT. That is terrible!!!! D: What if you're not ready for kids?! Jeez... she is crazy. Sorry about your pregnancy. Unless, that is, you're ready for kids now and wanted one.

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By  Amkii  |  7

WHAT. That is terrible!!!! D: What if you're not ready for kids?! Jeez... she is crazy. Sorry about your pregnancy. Unless, that is, you're ready for kids now and wanted one.

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  No_Heart  |  7

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  neonokku  |  7

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  premiermois  |  7

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  ABBenzin  |  7

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  123man  |  7

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  st0815  |  7

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  Atamix  |  7

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  mcloonybin  |  7

Yeah, that's right #80, point the finger at the OP for still living with her mother (not that we even have proof of that) when the mother is the one at fault for being freaking crazy.

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  just_me_tmp  |  6

#20, Birth control pills already come in blister packs with weekdays labeled on them. I don't know if you put your BC in a seven day pill dispenser- but normal people don't. OP- I could believe the part about the poking holes in condoms, but you are not fooling anyone. There is no way your pills could have been tampered with without your knowning. Besides, on the off chance your pills actually were replaced because you're retarded enough to put them in a seven day dispenser, I doubt your mother could find actual pills the same shape, size and color to replace them.

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  just_me_tmp  |  6

Because they are already marked on the blister pack. And last time I checked- old people don't take birth control pills and old people probably make up about 98% of the population actually using those 7-day counters. I seriously doubt the OP used a counter unless she's for some reason been struck with all these reasons to take several medications every day.

By  hornetchik  |  9

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you don't need to remove a condom from its wrapper to poke holes in it - just take a straight pin, thumbtack, or something and poke one straight through the packaging. @op: i don't get, however, how your mother could manage to swap out your contraceptive pills. it's not like they come in a refillable vial, where they're loose and floating around.

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  hornetchik  |  9

dougelo7 I wasn't doubting the OP, I was actually genuinely wondering how she did it. I never thought of sticking a needle through the whole package of the condom, and I also just assumed that like most people, her contraceptive pills were in monthly packets which are sealed, and I know for a fact that if my pills were changed some how, I WOULD notice. They would have to be almost identical for me not to.

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  AndelleRae  |  6

Not really, no. There are tons of cases where a woman ended up pregnant because someone poked a hole through a condom using a pin. It's enough to cause a woman to become pregnant, but not enough to cause any noticeable damage to the condom.

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  just_me_tmp  |  7

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