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High five to your boyfriend for a fantastic joke!

sometimes the best way to help accept a tough decision is to laugh about it plus it's a really clever joke so I don't think you should over react

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Id be disappointed too...

Let's see if we can maturely get through this FML without having the comments closed.

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I sincerely urge everyone out there not to "play the pull-out-game" unless you're ready to be a parent. It really isn't a safe method.

That doesn't work

Don't surprise her, plug your geyser.

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Pulling out is actually about 75% effective if you do it right (I know people will just down vote this, but look it up). Though of course most people don't, and it just isn't worth risking.

condoms break a lot less than pulling out keeps a woman from getting pregnant.

So pulling out is a 1 in 4 chance of making a baby? That doesn't sound like good odds at all.

@#93, no, the odds are given over a 1 year period. So if 100 couples use only that method for a year, 25 of them will get pregnant. For couples using no birth control at all, it is 85%. So, it's not a very good method, but it's much better than you're making it out to be.

Yes, that's 1/4... 1 out of 4.. You go to the smallest fraction. 25/100 = 1/4.

Wow you're lucky you didn't bear the chold of someone this immature and inappropriate.

I know, I don't think it'll fit in with the other choldren.

IDK, seems like he's already got the whole "dad joke" angle nailed down.

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Wish I could say that to your mom.

stfu i would like to have this guy as a father because no one can pull off a joke that well.

A sense of humour in hard times is great it shows he can adapt to stressful situations, so yeah

High five to your boyfriend for a fantastic joke!

sometimes the best way to help accept a tough decision is to laugh about it plus it's a really clever joke so I don't think you should over react

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Except that humor isn't everyone's coping mechanism. Even if someone decides to get an abortion, it can be very trying and very emotional, especially for the woman. If that's how he copes with it, that's fine, but he shouldn't do it towards OP since she clearly doesn't share this way of coping. Don't act like she's being unreasonable.

I agree with you #8, sometimes people make up for grief with laughter. We all cope in different ways

#22 & #31, But it doesn't say anywhere that she didn't like the humor/joke. As all it says is that her bf is mad for not going to be able to tell that joke to anyone. Which btw hats off, was a nice 'comeback'..

Don't you mean ovary react?

Humor is a way to cope as good as any, but I wouldn't want him to share that joke with his friends either. At least some weird people online gets to see it now!

Oh yeah, good point. She doesn't want him to share the joke with his friends but then posts it on FML to share with unknown crowds of people

Strangers on the Internet are sometimes easier because of the anonymity.

#50 I got the impression more that they weren't telling people about the abortion, so the joke wouldn't make sense to anyone. Not that she had a problem with the joke itself.

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What does this mean? Because it's British Columbia they must be related? I don't understand your comment.

As a Canadian, I have never heard of British Columbia having an association with incest. Saskatchewan and my province Alberta, yes, but not B.C, they have more of a tree hugging reputation.

You misspelled 'Texas'.

At least he is in good spirits about it

Well he is supportive and funny, it seems like he is great!