uh no. no i certainly didn't.
This is an incredibly ugly couple. Not to mention the low intelligence of the family. The kid would have probably been better off adopted. On the bright side, the kid will appreciate education as she sees her parents graduate...from high school.
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Well, what I meant was that he's playing that R-18 game even if he's just 13. LOL. Then again, the PS3 is his girlfriends'. ROFL.
But that daddy thing counts too
Wow, if the kid takes after the parents, that the guy could be a grandfather at 26.
Anyways, this crap always happens with stupid and poor people.
Well you should have. I did. And still do. Alas, Kyle and Jaden and Freddy.
Originally Posted by dna2playboy
Or young people. And it's a she.
Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
Sorry chuu, I only believe in the attainable.
Freddy? Jaden's only 4 months old. How does that work?
Devils Advocate: Its funny all you think this is so extreme and terrible when not even a hundred years ago this wouldnt be too much out of the ordinary. Its arguable that humanity was spawned on the backs of teenage parents and with the level of societal sophistication and our technological civilization raising a kid as a teen should be easier than ever before.
I'd like to die with the songs I love stuck in my head. I hope to make the most of these hollow bones we become.
I raise a toast to the the souls that sang all along. I've been gathering friends to just to make some sounds,
before the ship goes down, I've been making amends by making the rounds before the whole world ends
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Uh, yeah, and a hundred years ago they burned people at the stake for witchcraft. An extreme example, but what was considered ordinary back then, is viewed as pretty backwards now. We've changed as our environment has. The teenage pregnancy thing was because of the low life expectancy, not necessarily because it was good for the people.
The level of our societal sophistication and technological civilization was achieved by having our kids in school focusing on getting good educations, and raising kids when you're a teen is a definitive hindrance to that goal. And to nitpick, it would have been somewhat strange to see teenage parents in a western country in 1909. 1809, sure, but society 100 years ago was very disapproving of pregnancy before wedlock.
Originally Posted by StealDragon
Then again, these kids are very probably goddamn chavs, so no big loss. The kid will almost certainly be raised by the grandparents anyway.
Teenage pregnancy ain't no biggie, 'innit mate?