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  wolflover44  |  5

Well if OP's parents didn't want him/her they could've gotten rid of him/her quite easily. No matter if OP was "planned" or not, it's obvious s/he was wanted.

  yamatelle  |  19

On the bright side, at least he didn't scream "I wish I'd never adopted you!" That would have been a messed up way to find out that, not only were you not planned, but you were adopted.

  Shadow1368  |  17

#80 sorry do u want me to change it? it's no trouble if I do.

My friend and I were sending each other pictures and she told me to save that one cause it's cool, so I did. I didn't know someone else on FML had that, sorry guys!

  Jaxx66  |  21

Exactly 145. Most kids aren't actually 'planned' they are wanted, but a vast majority of the time you don't seek out having sex to get pregnant, it happens and it makes you happy :)

  a_nutritionist  |  10

you dont know that they were wanted either...many people have kids cos they dont feel abortion is right. then they go on to bitch about how they 'dont feel they should be punished forever for a mistake they made when they were young' though anybody cares.

so what it comes down to is, you asked a question, they answered, if you couldnt handle hearing it then dont ask. ydi.

  a_nutritionist  |  10

yes i crashed my car by accident, of course now if i was given another chance id mean to crash it. thats why they call it an accident...excuse me, i have to go for a drive.

By  RabidBunny  |  10

Don't feel bad, I wasn't planed either. To be honest my parents only stayed together because I was born. The important thing is that you are alive now! With only one life so short you must make the best of it. Don't question the past but look towards the future!

  Dalliance  |  4

Okay, so RabidBunny's words were a little cliched and trite, but way to make him feel bad about offering consolation to the OP.

Check out the first sentence on his profile. How fitting.

  thisguy22  |  33

Amicably divorced for 10 years.

However, I did say "anymore" meaning now-a-days and not my parents generation so your comment is moot...

And mine is very late in coming.