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This is by far the most ridiculous debate I have ever watched....

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    What did I just watch?

    Lol... i didn't understand the lady in the red arguments properly. Very messy.

    So basically you will be better in the work department only if you have given birth and adopting a child doesn't count because you didn't give birth to them? :/
    Personally I don't think that having children should automatically mean you are a good person or you have better skills than someone that hasn't. Ridiculous to say.

    "if you can change a nappy you can change the world"

    this is so ****ing stupid what a load of ****ing trash

    I was once managing director of the ironing board.

    Give me a job.
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