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  JayChuckles  |  4

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  KBear3109  |  29

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  Shadow_Phantom  |  26

These were entertaining to read, good show! (Sadly I have nothing to add.) Well OP... life's a bitch. That really sucks, but hopefully it all works out in your favor. Best of luck.

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  Faqtha  |  0

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  auzz1_pride  |  9

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Even then, vasectomies sometimes don't 'take' or they grow back. Happened to one guy I know. (Who was fortunately happily married and he and his wife were prepared to raise the kid that resulted. Yes, it was his.)

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  darkmis1  |  17

Only abstinence is 100%. Even vasectomies can fail, although the majority of the time, they don't. I know someone who had a vasectomy at age 27 (he already had 3 kids) and his has yet to fail.

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  joedirtxtc  |  5

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  mrszane93  |  5

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  l23VIVE  |  17

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  Yinky  |  6

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  KBear3109  |  29

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  Failbot1986  |  3

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  dethbunny  |  0

142 - Are you really saying religious people are perfect, they don't feel desires toward each other until they are married or other bullshit? Atheism or religion are not to blame for her getting pregnant, it was just two stupid people having sex. Not that caring for a life you created is a bad idea. People should take responsibility for their actions, but hinting that religion is good and atheism is "the devils religion" or some crap is just ignorant of other peoples beliefs On another note, good luck OP. your going to need it...

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  Failbot1986  |  3

156 - The entire point of that rant was to state that whether you're religious or not, it's still wrong. I try really hard to cover all of my bases when I say something that could be misconstrued as me being a foot-washing Jesus Freak. Should have figured that by using the word "God" in my comment that i'd pretty much thrown that idea to the wind as a point of novelty. So there you have it 156, we're arguing pretty much the same point; albeit against each other.

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  Colonel_Lexi  |  18

142- Do NOT dictate one's decision simply because it goes against YOUR beliefs. Not everyone shares the same religious view, and their decision is none of your business. Besides, you don't know the entire situation, what if OP's girlfriend has some medical condition that renders her unable to carry the fetus full term? What if she has a medical condition that could create birthing complications and potentionally kill her?

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  KBear3109  |  29

171- In special circumstances I could understand. Having an abortion because you chose not to use birth control is disturbing. It should NOT be considered a birth control method and should only be used in severe circumstances.

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  KBear3109  |  29

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  deOrca  |  8

All of you need to get a fucking sense of humor. Where the hell do you think you are? This is FML. This is the internet. Sure it wasn't a good joke, but that's no reason to go all tight-assed on us and have yourselves a damn religious / pro-life debate over a comment that could have been posted by a 12 year old. Now I consider myself very religious but there's a time and a place and FML is not it.

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  Failbot1986  |  3

214 - it isn't my place to get into the whole rape debate: as a guy my opinion really doesn't pertain here. It would be like me giving my opinion on nomadism to a turtle. 171 - you obviously didn't read half of what i said. Try this: read what i said again, only this time hold your thumb in front of the word "God".

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No. Women get birth control. Men get condoms. If you don't want to get pregnant then both people in the relationship are responsible for using their own protection together.

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  thatonename  |  7

220) conception= mass of approximately 2 cells. Newborn= fully functioning human. Scientifically there is a difference and please keep your personal opinions to yourself or at least express them without condemning the opposing argument. Thank you :)

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  TheDrifter  |  23

How about this, she gets the first 9 months to decide if she wants it, he gets the next 9 to decide if he does. If he doesn't, no strings attached, just post term abort it or be civilized and leave it with the mother. Why should she be the only one with any choices after conception, for all we know she poked holes in his condom and now essentially owns him for 2 decades.

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  phatdaddy62  |  23

The stairs thing was a joke! No abortion debates on FML!! It's lame and misplaced. You're not going to change minds or win points. This is for laughs, not political debate and discourse. Go to Fox news if you want to rag on abortion.

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  nirvi  |  3

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  auzz1_pride  |  9

Wow that's actually a really sad story 30, my friend had similar problems. The bitch mother dumped the baby at his front door and he has never heard from her again, it's been 5 years and the poor little blonde haired girl has never seen her mother. So it's not only men that are not cut out to be parents.

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My father didn't want anything to do with me either; my mother raised me all by herself. It must have been really tough for her and for that she's a DIAMOND mother. I don't blame my father either; would much rather he had nothing to do with me than to have him walking in and out of my life and causing my mom hassle. Just my view.

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  22cute  |  17

107 - I agree & know just what you mean. My ex stayed in his daughters' lives by dragging us through the courts for years, making up lies to the judge, stealing them away from me repeatedly, cursing me out in front of them, neglecting them & leaving them in his house alone for years. He finally gave up when I found out his Dad was molesting them. They love their Dad, but their lives would have been better if he just abandoned them when we split up. I used to pray he would.

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  22cute  |  17

Thank you!! I just won full custody. Things are looking up. The worst was I couldn't talk about it because of my position in the community. That & the fact that the judge, evaluator, and lawyers were completely corrupt here.

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So much for the conservatives, who long for the 1950s when people "had to get married" if the woman got pregnant. Yeah, let's create a bunch of unwanted children who are the product of unhappy marriages.

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  TheDrifter  |  23

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The "father" has the same options that the "mother" has. He just has less time to make his decision. If he's not carrying the pregnancy in his uterus he does not get to decide whether it stays there or not. Once the sperm meets the egg he's obligated to look after the resulting child (as is the mother whether by having an abortion or by carrying it to term and adopting it or keeping it).

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  downtime  |  12

...You deserve to be burdened with a child for the rest of your life, and not only this but have your girlfriend notify you with an impersonal text message, all because you think it's quite unlikely that you'll get her pregnant the first time you have sex (with or without protection as this was never even mentioned)? A little over the top, dontcha think?

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