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Old 09-03-2008, 02:18 PM   #21
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Join the revolution! Marriage is for women.

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That website is laughable.
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^ Most parts are full of women-hating but this post makes alot of good points
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Old 09-04-2008, 08:54 PM   #23
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for juts pennies a day, you too could sponsor a child in a 3rd world country! Instead of adopting, you could sponsor a whole damn village....maybe they'd erect a statue of you in your honor, would be easier and probably cheaper to donate some cash to a needy village someplace? Then you wouldn't have to put the effort into caring for the kids? Just provide the financial support.
OT....can you recommend some websites or organizations that do this? those "sponsor a child" commercials on tv break my heart every time.
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Old 09-04-2008, 09:54 PM   #24
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Can this be done? Its a path that seems enticing to me: Own my own house, focus on my career, shamelessly dump $$ on toys/investments, always enjoy good company, travel, etc.

Perhaps live out my 20's, having as much fun as I can with close friends and family members while focusing on my career. Once my career is established in my 30's, I'll perhaps adopt 2 babies and raise them.

Grow older (50's), and THEN maybe find a lady for companionship, while my kids are off to college getting their own lives started.

All the while, I won't have to worry about fighting a downhill battle towards maintaining a marriage/serious relationship during my prime years.

just some thoughts, nothing serious. What do you all think?
Just two thoughts:

1) If you can't maintain a serious relationship/marriage, then maybe you should reconsider the parenting thing--being a parent is a lot harder than being a spouse, IMHO.

2) By the time you are in your 30s you'll be too old to keep up with a pair of toddlers--especially on your own.

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Old 09-05-2008, 11:16 AM   #25
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Just two thoughts:

1) If you can't maintain a serious relationship/marriage, then maybe you should reconsider the parenting thing--being a parent is a lot harder than being a spouse, IMHO.

2) By the time you are in your 30s you'll be too old to keep up with a pair of toddlers--especially on your own.


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