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#1, you don't know the circumstances and it's quite ignorant to automatically label pregnancy as a bad thing. Remember, without pregnancy, you don't exist.

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#1, you don't know the circumstances and it's quite ignorant to automatically label pregnancy as a bad thing. Remember, without pregnancy, you don't exist.

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Not true. I'm six months pregnant and still barely have a bump. I still fit in my 120 pound sisters clothes while I'm like 160. You can't assume 6 months into the pregnancy someone's gonna be huge. Everyone's different. OP probably just posted that tidbit of information to justify their upsetness with the situation.

I'm starting to really despise the guy who posted #8 he is jerk off who wants to act like a bad ass I bet you're nothing but a fat rapist who shits on himself(these are references to other comments he's made) so do us all a favour and shut the fuck up

I have to agree with Billy_J even if he is an asshole. If you're overweight, do something about it. Stop complaining.

Heh, sure I agree complaining doesn't do any good, but really Billy_J....being so insulting isn't going to help anyone. I can see how the event may upset something though, and I mean, who knows, maybe it opened her eyes and now she's being more proactive in trying to lose weight or something, I dunno, but we can't really point our fingers and judge when we barely know the circumstances. Also, why is it so much less of a problem when a guy is overweight? =/ I've never really gotten that...

At full term I only weighed 130, and wore very few maternity clothes. If you have a lot of those empire waist shirts that are in style right now, then your're not fat. You're just convienent.

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