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Old 02-10-2008, 09:30 PM   #11
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is turning your head and option, because thats what I would do! Take the risk theres a 50/50 chance you wont turn your head into the spew.
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Old 02-10-2008, 10:09 PM   #12
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Been a long time hasn't it Vaseline?
yeah, and you're still only 20, damn youngin
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Old 02-11-2008, 07:51 AM   #13
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Havin a kid makes you feel old, I know that. You might think you have energy when you're young, but you'll feel wrinkly after chasin a 2 yr old around all day
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Old 02-12-2008, 01:41 PM   #14
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interesting. Luckily I havent had to find out yet.

So, I know ya love your kid and all, but just wondering, if ya had the chance, to have the same kid with the same woman with the same life, but could move it to like, 10 years later in life, would you do that?
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Old 02-12-2008, 02:12 PM   #15
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Heh, well, there's definitely a lot to be said here isn't it? Not that your question isn't simple, but my answer isn't.

I regret nothing in my life, to be honest, if I looked at myself 3-4 years ago, I wouldn't recognize the person you know? He came along at the right time cause I needed him like he needs me. The only thing I would change is who I had him with, but I can't. His mother and I are no longer together, actually haven't been since... geeze, the summer of '06? That relationship was built out of a lot of lies and crap I never wanted to have a hand in.

I know you to some point Vask, you're probably still in school right? "Be a student forever?" You got yourself a good career I'm sure man, but let me shed some light on it. Kids are a wonderful blissing, they teach you so much about yourself without having to speak or do anything. Yes they're time consuming and expensive and crap all over the place sometimes, but it's all worth it.

So, simply: nope. I'm happy as I am, only complaint I have is real life sucks, you gotta pay bills and do your own laundry
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Old 02-12-2008, 02:31 PM   #16
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Good for you man, your honesty is admirable.
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Old 02-12-2008, 03:23 PM   #17
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Heh, well, there's definitely a lot to be said here isn't it? Not that your question isn't simple, but my answer isn't.

I regret nothing in my life, to be honest, if I looked at myself 3-4 years ago, I wouldn't recognize the person you know? He came along at the right time cause I needed him like he needs me. The only thing I would change is who I had him with, but I can't. His mother and I are no longer together, actually haven't been since... geeze, the summer of '06? That relationship was built out of a lot of lies and crap I never wanted to have a hand in.

I know you to some point Vask, you're probably still in school right? "Be a student forever?" You got yourself a good career I'm sure man, but let me shed some light on it. Kids are a wonderful blissing, they teach you so much about yourself without having to speak or do anything. Yes they're time consuming and expensive and crap all over the place sometimes, but it's all worth it.

So, simply: nope. I'm happy as I am, only complaint I have is real life sucks, you gotta pay bills and do your own laundry
lol dude, I'm a couple years older than you, and been living on my own for the last 4 of those, so dont assume I dont do my own laundry and pay the bills matey

But yeah, still finishin my education, last year it seems, been livin off government funding for my research will have to get into the real world job wise from next year

but yeah I was askin cos I personally dont want kids until I'm married, but definitely do when I am
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Old 02-12-2008, 03:45 PM   #18
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Heh, I know how old ya are Vask, wasn't implying anything to the contrary

You know, it's always good if you wait, lot's of people rush off into it anymore. Although the idea of your spawn running about is unsettling to me
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Old 02-12-2008, 03:49 PM   #19
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what, you afraid that they will be wittier than you then you'll be shown-up by some kids?

oh, and err, nice sig

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Old 02-12-2008, 03:53 PM   #20
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First off, impossible, besides my kids shall outwit yours, my boy's already 2 years ahead

Secondly,

Where the hell's DK?
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