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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 12 January 2011 08:23 / Canada
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By  Cinn_fml  |  21

Well, the man has a point, unless it would definitely be your own money you would spend on clothes. Besides, why would you need to go on a shopping spree? Surely you'd have a selection of clothes from before you were pregnant that would fit when you lose the baby weight, and you could buy a couple of new things as a reward for being able to lose the weight. Unless you used the word spree as an exaggeration.

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  iSitt  |  0

tell him no more sex until he understands who is really in charge of this FAMILY

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  GoingLesbian  |  0

Yes, yes I do. I'd rather raise my child, our child, than go to work tooooo... what... hmm what is that now... oh I remember! PAY for someone ELSE unrelated to my family whatsoever to raise my child for me. No thanks.

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  GoingLesbian  |  0

Considering full time daycare where I come from is about $1,100 a month. That's my take home working 40 hour weeks. I see my child for a few hours a day to have no money left over? or be in the sane financial situation and see, feed, raise, teach and live with my son everyday. That's a toughy!

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  meteor_stream  |  8

I just hope that you and your child are not a huge financial strain to your significant other one (in case you have them). Providing for two people, one of whom is extremely high-maintenance, is kinda....stressful.

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  FYLDeep  |  25

Yeah women = time x money so we substitute here women = money x money and everyone knows money is the root of all evil therefore the root of all evil squared = money squared = women So we simplify this to come out with women=evil QED

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  GoingLesbian  |  0

He won't react well to staying home with the child while she works instead either. Cough up the cash once in a while, make your WIFE feel loved and than you can go back to 'spending your cash' on your own shit repeatedly while she raises your child.

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