Do you inherently dislike those that have kids young?

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    Aslong as it's not teenage pregnancy and they can provide the baby what it needs then it's fine
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    thankies
    how did u figure that out tho?
    dunno just something about how you post matched with your av
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    dunno just something about how you post matched with your av

    thanks again - you seem cool too.. and wise, in a way)
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)

    thanks again - you seem cool too.. and wise, in a way)
    lool that looks like my gf.......

    and cheers

    wise as well yea? (puts on nerd glasses)
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    No as I don't particularly care whether someone wants to have a child at a young age or not.
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    No. I judge them based on their personality.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    lool that looks like my gf.......

    and cheers

    wise as well yea? (puts on nerd glasses)
    waaa she lookin good then
    np
    yeah, you do give me that impression
    kinda like you're a lot cleverer than ppl would think
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    (Original post by Rhaenys10)
    waaa she lookin good then
    np
    yeah, you do give me that impression
    kinda like you're a lot cleverer than ppl would think
    :cry2:
    Profesh do you agree lol
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    Not bothered
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    (Original post by KhansTheMhan)
    I do, for the initial sloppiness that conceived the child and then for the mawkish conniving way that the children are then used as a social weapon to obtain a house, a seat on the bus...public sympathy.

    Plus for the needless gobbling up of extra resources when the parties involved could have had just as rewarding a lifestyle learning a language or creating software rather than simply spawn 'my little boy yeah".

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-benefits.html

    She gets an extra few grand every time she has another kid.*
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    Having kids young was normal, until recently when more people started putting it off until their late 20's and 30's.
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    (Original post by JamesN88)
    Having kids young was normal, until recently when more people started putting it off until their late 20's and 30's.
    At least graduate first though. Families should ensure that copulations only occur within marital reproduction and they should time that marriage shortly after graduation.
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    Lol someone has too much free time :P
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    No point being biased towards a group based on stereotypes. There's more to people than you think. I personally think it's good to have a child as long as you're within childbearing age, and are married. Not to discriminate against single young parents, but being in a marital unit helps a lot in all aspects.
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    (Original post by KhansTheMhan)
    I do, for the initial sloppiness that conceived the child and then for the mawkish conniving way that the children are then used as a social weapon to obtain a house, a seat on the bus...public sympathy.

    Plus for the needless gobbling up of extra resources when the parties involved could have had just as rewarding a lifestyle learning a language or creating software rather than simply spawn 'my little boy yeah".
    Live and let live
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    nah i laugh at those who messed their lives up early...
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    sloppiness
    mawkish
    conniving
    gobbling
    spawn


    Christ, I think Dr. Seuss has better vocabulary :yawn:
    Define better in terms of vocabulary. I always find people using obscure words or terms often aren't smarter.
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    Those that cannot support the baby on their own. I appreciate some help is always nice, but there is help and massively relying on those around you. Like if you don't have your own house and then either live with your parents on in a house provided by the money taxed off working people.
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    Sort of, considering that most of the time the childbirth was unplanned and the parents don't have the financial capacity to take care of their child.
 
 
 
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