By Anonymous - 22/02/2012 19:55 - Canada
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While I agree that there are some things a pregnant woman can control, there are many things that she cannot control. My cravings for things changed so many times while I was pregnant. Sometimes, I would break down and bawl over food that was brought to me. You will never understand until you get pregnant...
That would probably make me want to react the same way as well--but if they aren't open can't u just return then?
I'm not sure.. I'm not trying to attack you or anything, but I've seen you try to correct someones grammar before while using not-so-good spelling. And then you say what I just said as a defense when people get you for correcting grammar. And I always try to come about it in the most polite way that I can think of. I'm not sure.. But that's just a guess. Like I said before, no offense at all! :)
Yea... I see this going how it did last time... But let me give an example of what i was trying to say "lets go eat, grandpa" vs "lets go eat grandpa" Grammer can save a life. But yea if you know what the word is without straining, mission acomplished. Grammer throws people off more than spelling most of the time
I don't care how many people dislike this comment but I don't understand how they are good they are cheap crust like bread and nasty ass frosting an sprinkles with gross filling the only one I would have to say that would be semi good is regular strawberry all the others are barf worthy
181 If you are in fact serious, a catch 22 is a damned if you do, damned if you don't situation. If he gets pop tarts she pukes. If he doesn't she gets mad and yells. No matter what he does he's screwed. That's a catch 22.If you are referencing the reply I got nothing I don't get it either.
Yep. Women go through different cravings with each pregnancy, sometimes different side effects. Example: with my first pregnancy I craved hot wings like crazy, with my second the smell of them makes me gag. Some women have morning sickness with one pregnancy but not the other.
Take it like a man. You're the one who knocked her up... Hopefully.
The 'like a man' bit in the sentence is nesscasiary. If some one was to give advice and they say just take it it will make no sense at all. Or will lead to many awkward situations. Its not being gender based at all. My lady friends say it to other women all the time.
i know it's probably not completely her fault but damn at least you're trying man! she should appreciate that. at least you get the pop tarts to yourself. just have something to drink with it, i swear those things completely dry out your mouth instantly