FML - The follow-up

Today, my husband refused to let our 7-week-old daughter have a pacifier, because he doesn't want her growing up to be a "whore." FML

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We have those orthodontic ones that help with oral development. They also resemble the nipple during breast feeding.
By msmidnight1965 - / Sunday 22 September 2013 17:22 / Canada
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  BlueRainDude  |  11

Because all whores start off using pacifiers. The mother should've been aware of this before condemning their child to such a promiscuous life ahead. Too late to do anything about it now though. C'mon mom, what were you thinking

  SadGirl18  |  16

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  micha090  |  21

I don't understand how your husband can even think of his 7 weeks old daughter growing up to be a whore OP. That will not even be last thought on any father's mind.

  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Sure you can, 70. If they pop out with a face with so much make up on they remind you of a clown, and blasting Nikki Manaj(spelt wrong?), all while twirking on their momma's vagina, that baby's future is damn near set in stone. Just pray to god your baby doesn't come out like that, if it does, pray for god's mercy on your soul.

  Caitie_kid  |  8

I was wondering the same thing... He's a complete idiot, not to mention what the hell would even make you think of something so dirty about his baby girl?? That's f*cked up.

  DFresh503  |  8

His logic: Pacifiers lead to promiscuity Promiscuity leads to being a whore Being a whore leads to becoming a stripper Being a stripper makes him a failed father. Don't become a failed father by prohibiting pacifier use early. ITS SO SIMPLE!!!

  zandalee  |  19

Actually I'm pretty sure he needs more than that. Seriously that is basically the thinking patterns of a psychopath. I would be extremely wary of him OP.

  Ki11erC  |  18

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By  logic368  |  8

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  SlapAndTickle  |  20

My girl didn't use or need one until she was 7 months old because she started teething. She only cried when she soiled her diaper or was hungry. I know every child is different and mine was a god-send. But even now I put some baby orajel on her pacifier and give it to her and she only wants it when her gums are hurting. Any other time and she could careless about the thing.

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