By unwanted daughter - / Wednesday 2 July 2014 15:54 / Canada - Oliver
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  Mr_Beavis  |  6

And if she did mean it why don't you give her a GOOD reason to hate you

By  mealsonwheels  |  12

Atleast she didn't swallow you?

By  guineagirl  |  18

Are you sure she doesn't just mean you're not good at eating/drinking

  HanBroman  |  20

It's a shame that the irresponsible ones are the ones more likely to end up accidentally pregnant. imagine how different the world would be if it were the kindest most decent responsible people who sucked at using birth control and ended up with all the "unwanted" babies while all the idiots never had kids

By  frozen92_fml  |  12

So she spit you into her magic box?

  maharb01  |  17

that's what I was wondering. there is definitely not necessarily a link between intercourse and swallowing or not swallowing, although intercourse THEN swallowing would definitely be a win on multiple fonts. . .

  RLG4  |  20

This is an awful comment. Having a baby, or even twins, doesn't ruin someone's body. All moms I know say it's worth it, and many moms I work out with regained their fitness and have smokin' bodies ... even after multiple pregnancies. "Ruining my body" is one of the last things I worry about when thinking about having kids.

  mt631  |  18

Never understood why kids are blamed for destroying the mothers body. Sure it's their birth that causes it but it isn't like they chose to be born.

  feelingold  |  18

Yes. Don't worry about ruining your body, just worry about ruining certain parts of it. (Seriously, after a few kids sex is like throwing a sausage repeatedly into a bin)


Yeah but my mother never really wanted kids and kicked my brother and i both out when we were 16.
And im not saying that for sympathy.
Im saying it because not all mothers feel the same

  dragonkisses28  |  25

That's just an excuse we use to explain why we gained weight. If 18 years later you're still blaming your kids for your improper diet and lack of exercise, you have some issues. At that point it isn't baby fat anymore. It's just fat, and you can't blame it on your kids forever. Many women continue to exercise during their pregnancy or start again after having the baby.

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