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This is a question for the ladies.

When did you come to terms with the fact that if you ever what kids of your own you are going to have to carry a parasite for 9 months and then squeeze something far to large out a hole far to small. It;s terrifying, like how do you even come to terms with that :afraid:

Almost makes deing sooner as a man worth it that I don;t have to worry about that
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Viva Emptiness
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Never. Also this questions is weird.
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i can't wait to have children some day,they're a blessing :love:
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i cannot read your post
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
This is a question for the ladies.

When did you come to terms with the fact that if you ever what kids of your own you are going to have to carry a parasite for 9 months and then squeeze something far to large out a hole far to small. It;s terrifying, like how do you even come to terms with that :afraid:

Almost makes deing sooner as a man worth it that I don;t have to worry about that
Not only that, I just don't understand how having a baby could make me happy
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Not only that, I just don't understand how having a baby could make me happy
Think of all the banterful times you and your child could experience.
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(Original post by ChaoticButterfly)
This is a question for the ladies.

When did you come to terms with the fact that if you ever what kids of your own you are going to have to carry a parasite for 9 months and then squeeze something far to large out a hole far to small. It;s terrifying, like how do you even come to terms with that :afraid:

Almost makes deing sooner as a man worth it that I don;t have to worry about that
Its a terrifying thought, the idea of hosting a small human for nine months in your body.
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Think of all the banterful times you and your child could experience.
Like ruining my life yeah that'll be #barebants
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The thought terrifies me. I may choose to adopt

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Like ruining my life yeah that'll be #barebants
Could be worse, at least they cant break up with you
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One of the main reasons I am choosing not to have children. That and I personally can't have children without increased risk of childbearing and birthing complications and death anyway. Not going to put myself through possible death for something I don't even particularly want.

Fair play to women who choose it, but it's not for me.
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Could be worse, at least they cant break up with you
I'd rather have one less person in my life than be landed with a small, even more annoying person I wish never existed lol
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Describing them as "parasites", you've got a very very weird logic.
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Describing them as "parasites", you've got a very very weird logic.
Well as crude as the label may be...it does fit the definition of a parasite.
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(Original post by thecatwithnohat)
Describing them as "parasites", you've got a very very weird logic.
For the first 24 weeks of pregnancy they need your blood to survive - remove them from the uterus before 24 weeks and they have no chance of surviving without medical intervention
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Think of all the banterful times you and your child could experience.
"Mommy, why was Daddy calling you a naughty girl last night? Did you wet the bed?"
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Well as crude as the label may be...it does fit the definition of a parasite.
Parasites at least help you lose weight. Babies, on the other hand however...
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I suppose thinking of them as parasites makes it easier to abort them.
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"Mommy, why was Daddy calling you a naughty girl last night? Did you wet the bed?"
Maybe she did
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The pain fades when you see your baby right? That's what i'll look forward to plus producing your own offspring seems incredible and exciting, to raise a child and watch them grow
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