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If you could only have one child, would you prefer to have a boy or a girl? Watch

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    And why?

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    A boy because I'd have more in common with them, and I can't be dealing with hormonal teenage girls ..

    No offence
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    Boy.
    I can't deal with all of the drama. :hand:


    jk, but yeah a boy cause like above, more in common
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    Boy - simple
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    Boy, we can wear the same clothes.
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    A boy. I don't know why, I've just always seen myself having a son one day. Possibly more children, but always at least one son. I think the bond I have with my father is something really special and something unique to father-son relationships, I'd like that bond with my own child.
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    Girl. Not sure why but boy seems boring and ordinary.
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    Boy
    The wet bed conversation is a lot easier than the bloody mattress conversation
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    Boy- I can understand them a lot easier. As long as they've got a bed, food and a decent internet connection they'll be happy enough
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    Girl!!
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    Boy, costs less in my opinion.
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    (Original post by ROYP)
    Girl. Not sure why but boy seems boring and ordinary.
    equally ordinary to a girl, no?
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    A boy, I need someone to pass on my name to. The men of my family seem to have four different names which just get recycled and alternate from First and Middle Names.
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    (Original post by Vazzyb)
    equally ordinary to a girl, no?
    I think it's 'cause I'm already a boy and know what it's like to grow up as a boy. Having a girl seems like it would be more interesting and new to me. Though I am aware having a child is the same as being a child lol. Was just my initial feeling anyway.
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    Boy, he can carry on my bloodline.
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    It honestly wouldn't matter to me what gender my future child turned out to be, I'd still love him/her all the same.
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    Boys are generally easier to deal with.
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    (Original post by lilyobz)
    Boy, he can carry on my bloodline.
    girls still do that...i think

    just not the family name
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    Has to be a little girl. That i can dress up in cute dresses and plait her hair awh
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    A boy.

    Because girls are Nancies, and they can't drink liquor.
 
 
 
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