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By  maybeBabe  |  8

Wow! Doctor McDreamy!

  LeapOfFaith  |  8

Don't be a troll. Wrap your tootsie roll

  Sexy_Smurf  |  16

Agreed!! Same situation - sister in law is pregnant... father doesnt want it but is sticking by her... says he isn't ready for a baby etc... shoulda used a condom!

  MoodyBlue320  |  11

Well, given it's his "girlfriend", it could mean they're in high school. Part of the FML could also be because he's going out with an idiot. Or maybe they want to be parents, just not yet.

  d_unsub  |  12

If she doesn't know what her period is and thinks it is an illness its quite obvious that she should not be having sex yet, let alone get pregnant and raise a kid, and i believe tha he is as young as her (unless he is a pedophile) it is a FML.

  luna4545  |  4

41- just because he refers to her as girlfriend doesn't mean they are in high school. A girlfriend/boyfriend is usually someone you are exclusively dating, not engaged or married to. People of all ages have them..


52 - You talk so much shit.
41 - Just because OP stated 'girlfriend' doesn't mean in any way they are still in High School. They could be of any age. If they are not engaged or married, then that is what she is to him, his girlfriend.

  FurryRocks  |  10

33- abortions are not cool. Having an abortion is murder. So if abortions are legal then that means I should be able to go on the street and kill some random person and everyone would be okay with that.


Maybe OP's girlfriend didnt actually address her period as an 'illness' perhaps because she always complained of feeling ill whilst having her period so that is what OP has referred it as. Jeez.

  coried91  |  28

Well, considering an FML that says "today, my girlfriend told me she's pregnant" is boring, he tried to spice it up a bit or his girlfriend really said that in trying to bring about the news in a different way.

  Seriphe  |  16

78 - No? I'm pregnant, on food stamps and Medicare, working my job while my husband works his, and we pay all the same bills we've been paying. Roughly $1200/month not counting food, gas, and unexpected occurrences(like him needing glasses). We barely make ends meet.

  courtneyann211  |  10

Not really saving money. Considering the first year of a babies life it costs around $8000. Then support that child (or children) the rest of your life. I would rather spend $7 a month on tampons.