Add a comment
You must be logged in to be able to post comments!
Create my account Sign in
Top comments
  CerSpence  |  11

Yeah, you really are a lot better off than most. My mom would scream about how our carpets looked more yellow than usual when she was pregnant with my brother. Congrats on the baby OP.

  cryssycakesx3  |  22

God this phrase can go with: "that escalated quickly" "XYZ much?" "it is what it is" "shitty situation" & "you like it I love it." and the word "hater"

  JenRae93  |  13

#57, They weren't saying it was choosing pregnancy...they said it was choosing the pregnancy life, as in if you're having sex there's always that off chance that it could still happen even if you're trying to prevent it...

  amphetamin3  |  17

Thanks for trying to clear that up #65. It's not ignorance. All I'm saying is...if you do the dirty, even if you take precautions, there's still a *chance* you might end up with a mini-you. If you think condoms, birth control, or even getting your tubes tied, is 100% effective at preventing pregnancy... then you are sadly mistaken.

  TheMathMajor  |  26

I understand what you were saying about a chance of pregnancy even while using precautions, and I'm well aware of that. I personally double up on condoms and the pill to help prevent pregnancy if one fails. My issue was with your wording I guess. You said "if you have sex, you choose the pregnancy life" which is pretty clearly not true and suggests that women deserve unwanted pregnancies simply because they are sexually active. It's kind of a negative message. Sorry if that's not what you were implying.

  amphetamin3  |  17

I get what you're saying, mathmajor... take my statement however you want to. This is the internet, everyone is going to see things differently anyway. No sense in getting upset over something some random girl says. (:

By  AUShano  |  15

This should be a First World Problems meme:

I cried for an hour today, because the cat wouldn't quit staring at me creepily #FirstWorldProblems

The good ole joys of beginning motherhood