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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by JCBRAVE, Oct 18, 2011.
There, I corrected your typo.
Word up. I guess I see it the way I do is because I did most that stuff while being a dad/husband.... which is probably terrible. But hey, no regrets.
It's the only way I'm an *sshole, so I think it's fair.
Isn't Tennessee a very conservative State? I thought you guys had to be married, own a house, and have 3 kids by 25. It seems like that's the way it is in Georgia.
I'm 29, no kids, and I plan on being kid-free for at least another 5 years.
Tennessee is nothing like that. At least not in the Nashville area.
Yeah, just so there's no misunderstanding, I wasn't saying or implying that there is something wrong with the way you see things, this all started with me telling Alex there was nothing wrong with not being a father at his age and he shouldn't have regrets. Just like how there's nothing wrong with being a father at your age and if you tell me you have no regrets, I don't doubt you.
Shoot, there are people my age that want to have a baby. And not saying yours was an accident, but there are plenty of people my age that share my input, but accidents happen and they decided to man up even with the change of plans and are completely happy. That was just the way I see it, I'm sure there are other people that share the same view and there are people who don't.
If certain folks thought like Alex, maybe a lot of hard working folks wouldn't have to fork out taxes to help the certain people who have kid after kid that can't afford them.
You were awesome on Seinfeld
I've heard 16 is the age to go for. - Apparently they look old at that age.
Mine were "surprises".
Alex sure didn't waste much time working on those kids he was talking about.