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By Anonymous - / Saturday 2 February 2013 14:41 / United States - Brooklyn
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By  Jeffo193  |  13

If she's pregnant, you're going to be doing a lot of this stuff. A friend of mine craved pickled gerkhins (dill pickles) dipped in ice cream when she was pregnant, and burst into tears when she smelled a bad smell...

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By  howdeedoo  |  22

Hey, at least you got laid

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  superrocket19  |  17

You sir, #1, are what we call delinquiets

By  santashugebag  |  6

Well then make her a ham steak and when you present it to her start crying and drop it and say all you want is a sandwich

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  superrocket19  |  17

How did you manage to come up with such a magnificent, so original comment? (You are probably as dummy as #1. Making nonsensical comments

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  HowAreYouToday  |  32

My dear SuperRocket, know that whole the comments were not good, your replies have made you seem like a larger moron than someone who believes that gravity is a figment of our imagination.

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  _krystallynn_  |  11

wtf. this comment made perfect sense to me. i dont understand how this got thumbed down. and now im probably going to get thumbed down, for 'daring to question the judgment of other FMLers'

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

I'm pretty sure it didn't make sense like it wouldn't make any sense to do because its doing something nice just to destroy it in front of them to be a prick. The women is pregers damn it!

By  Jeffo193  |  13

If she's pregnant, you're going to be doing a lot of this stuff. A friend of mine craved pickled gerkhins (dill pickles) dipped in ice cream when she was pregnant, and burst into tears when she smelled a bad smell...

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  zandalee  |  19

Jeez OP it is going to be a very long pregnancy for you and your lady if all you are going to do is whine. Stop being such a baby and go treat her with some love and attention.

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  dmoran20  |  27

Yeah my friends wife used to take McDonald's French fries and dip them in a Wendy's frosty (ice cream) the bad part was each restaurant was 30 mins away from the other and she had those cravings 3 to 4 times a week. Good luck OP, in the end with will be well worth it!

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  conqueror57  |  11

As a friend of mine, husband to a pregnant wife, once said, "You send us to a different state for cookies, but what you don't know is we're glad to go because it gets us away from you for a few hours."

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  Jeffo193  |  13

As a man, I'm of the opinion that the men aren't the ones forcing a human being out of their body, so dealing with random emotions and weird food requests are a small price to pay.

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  ICastillo  |  24

#72 I know. I was messing with the other person who corrected my earlier mistake by making a mistake with........oh never mind. Just feel good about yourself correcting me. *shakes head*

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  Abantiquo  |  7

Who knows..doing more caring might get you more action. She'll feel better about life if she feels loved. You two sound young; she's probably panicking that she's going to be fat and unlovable so keep letting her know she's gorgeous.

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  FFML_314  |  11

Do what she wants? What is he a dog? Being pregnant doesn't give a woman an excuse to be demanding. OP, FYL for sure.

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  eddeeezzyy  |  19

So, 91, you're telling me that when you're pregnant and have to go through all this shit, that you wouldn't want your husband to make you something to eat, do some of the chores around the house, or even give you a massage, etc? Ha, good luck getting around.

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  FFML_314  |  11

No, what I'm saying is, when I get pregnant, it will be with the man I love, my husband, my partner and my best friend. Not my lap dog, to boss around. Being a parent is an equal partnership. That's not to say that pregnancy isn't difficult, but I also know that most women milk it for all it's worth and use their pregnancy as an excuse for everything.

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  FFML_314  |  11

No, actually it won't.

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  defrog88  |  4

I thought that way too, until I got pregnant and the hormones took over. Pregnancy can really change some woman into things they were not before. Until you actually have been pregnant, you honestly can't say how you will act. The surge of new hormones can make woman crazy.

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  FFML_314  |  11

Well, considering that I have, in fact, been pregnant, I think it's safe to say that I'm well within my right to give my opinion. Also, you can't hear my opinion, you can read it.

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  Sinkhole  |  26

113 - Considering the dictionary also defines 'hear' as "Be told or informed of" and "Be aware of; know of the existence of", I would say she can definitely hear your opinion.

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  FFML_314  |  11

Yes, let's assume that I had an abortion, simply because my opinion is different from yours. I could care less what type of opinion anyone may form on me, let alone someone I don't know. I have carried a child to full term. I know exactly what it's like to be pregnant and I also know that many (not all) women milk their pregnancies to get sympathy and attention. I am fully capable of taking care of myself, pregnant or not. If I want something or need something, I'm an adult and am capable of asking. I also understand that when you're pregnant, emotions can get the best of you and you can cry at random times or feel insecure. I won't bend at my own opinion, simply because others want me too. I've studied psychology for years, not to mention my mother herself, is a psychologist. In general, people will naturally seek more attention when they're given a reason too. You're pregnant, so it gives you the right to demand something from the person that's going to be taking 1/2 the responsibility for the child you're giving birth too? That definitely seems rational. Women have been carrying children since people were around. They've also been carrying children, as well as still handling all other responsibilities in life. Some women have no choice but to do it on their own. There's no reason you "can't" do it. If you want to be a nagging, bitchy, rude and demanding pregnant woman, then that's your choice, but I will have an opinion. I've been around plenty of pregnant women, to know, (assuming it's one without complications) there's no excuse to act like an asshole. It's painful, it's stressful at times, your back is sore, your feet hurt, you get horrible cramps, heart burn, you gain weight, false labor can happen, you deal with preparing for it, bills and all the other things that come with starting a family, but it's not as if you're not FULLY aware of all these things, before you decide to lay down and get pregnant to begin with. Nobody else put you in that position, but you and the person you laid with. Not to mention, I think the pros far out weigh the cons. I know how much it sucks when someone may not think the same way you do. How dare I have a mind of my own!

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  melody309  |  35

Well damn, maybe you weren't a bitch while you were pregnant, but you certainly are now. I mostly agree with you, but pregnancy can really change a person, and just because it supposedly didn't happen to you does not give you the right to judge other women

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  melody309  |  35

Well damn, maybe you weren't a bitch while you were pregnant, but you certainly are now. Pregnancy can really change a person, and just because it supposedly didn't happen to you does not give you the right to judge other women as milking it for all it's worth. Get off your high horse.

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  EpicSquishii  |  21

116 You're annoying, stop spamming FML with your life story every time someone disagrees with you. No one asked you for your autobiography or for your self-important attitude. Chill the fuck out.

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  mousey119  |  4

I wasn't any of those things when I was pregnant, but I did however have to have other people doing a lot of things for me, I was throwing up until around 7pm everyday. So maybe some of these women have reasons for being how they are. Don't judge.

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  defrog88  |  4

Also given the fact that no two pregnancy are the same in some woman, you could maybe end up acting like that the next go around. Had a friend who's first pregnancy was perfect and then her next she was a crying sobbing mess for most of the 9 months.

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  happle  |  21

116- With all that suffering and stress, it sounds perfectly normal to be bitchy sometimes when you're pregnant. The intense pain from my period makes me grumpy and have mood swings, so I don't see any problem with someone who's pregnant to voice their frustration.

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  RedD12  |  3

Why can't you bronies stay out of just one topic. You can go to google images and look up any random word no matter how dark, perverted, or just plain everyday stuff. And you guys will post a picture. Stop obsessing over a show meant to reach out to 7 year old girls.

By  gigi03  |  5

I feel your pain.

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