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EricHiggin said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

What? :o 

Nice catch. 'Playing in the mud', not playing in the mud.

I got what you meant, I wasn't correcting you. 

I'm wondering how you can get pregnant from anal? I mean, I am a firm believer that anything can happen, but that sounds just incredible (in the "strange" way not in the "awesome" way)! I've never heard that before, sounds more like a meme in South Park than reality. 

Looks like I'll have to get Henqirue tested .....



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AngryLittleAlchemist said:
EricHiggin said:

Nice catch. 'Playing in the mud', not playing in the mud.

I got what you meant, I wasn't correcting you. 

I'm wondering how you can get pregnant from anal? I mean, I am a firm believer that anything can happen, but that sounds just incredible (in the "strange" way not in the "awesome" way)! I've never heard that before, sounds more like a meme in South Park than reality. 

Looks like I'll have to get Henqirue tested .....

Well explaining it I would have to assume isn't something for a thread in this section, so it can be googled if you really want to know, but obviously that's not possible between two naturally physically born males or females, which is exactly why genders exist in humans. However between opposite genders, there is a very real yet minuscule possibility.

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EricHiggin said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

I got what you meant, I wasn't correcting you. 

I'm wondering how you can get pregnant from anal? I mean, I am a firm believer that anything can happen, but that sounds just incredible (in the "strange" way not in the "awesome" way)! I've never heard that before, sounds more like a meme in South Park than reality. 

Looks like I'll have to get Henqirue tested .....

Well explaining it I would have to assume isn't something for a thread in this section, so it can be googled if you really want to know, but obviously that's not possible between two naturally physically born males or females, which is exactly why genders exist in humans. However between opposite genders, there is a very real yet minuscule possibility.

That was a joke. 

Anyways, time to go read about freak heterosexual butt pregnancy ...



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AngryLittleAlchemist said:

That was a joke. 

Anyways, time to go read about freak heterosexual butt pregnancy ...

I was completely lost on this subject myself. Had to google it and the answer isn't as crazy as you'd guess (since the orifices are very close, there's a possibility of leakage into the vagina despite the actual sex being anal).

Was thinking there were mutant woman who have their uterus in their butt lmao



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We need a constant stream of younger folks to maintain our way of life. Workers who keep the world moving along and paying in to support the older folks who can't work anymore. The US is already in a bit of trouble with this need. In a couple decades, we won't have enough 30 year olds to run the consumer economy we enjoy now. Right at the wrong time for middle agers who will be retiring then. Who is going to change my 75 year old diaper?



My first child is due in 32 days. So, I'm excited to see how this parenthood thing works.

We made the kid on purpose. But, I can't say that there was any deep thought that went into deciding to have a kid. when I was younger, I always assumed I would have a few kids. I just figured it would be a good experience. But, as I got into my mid-thirties and hadn't had any, I started to consider the possibility that it might not happen. That was tough to accept it first, but then I came around. I figured if it happens, it happens.

I got married 4 years ago. My wife also was interested in having kids. So, about 3 years ago we started trying. After two years we had no success, and I again started to consider the possibility that kids would not happen for us. Then, the wife gave me the good news, and the focus change for making a kid to successfully bringing him into the world. It looks like that's pretty much certainly going to happen, so the focus is changing now to keeping this kid healthy, so that we can then focus on making him a success. (My definition of success is extremely broad, so let's not get into that part.)

anyway, my underlying point here is that there doesn't necessarily have to be any big deep reason for it. Sometimes it happens by accident, sometimes it's a thing that people do just because they think they're supposed to do. Other times it's done on a whim, and still other times entails much frustration and heartache. it's a basic biological function, and it's necessary for survival of the human species. And ultimately, whether we consciously think about it or not, that's the purpose.



VAMatt said:
My first child is due in 32 days. So, I'm excited to see how this parenthood thing works.

We made the kid on purpose. But, I can't say that there was any deep thought that went into deciding to have a kid. when I was younger, I always assumed I would have a few kids. I just figured it would be a good experience. But, as I got into my mid-thirties and hadn't had any, I started to consider the possibility that it might not happen. That was tough to accept it first, but then I came around. I figured if it happens, it happens.

I got married 4 years ago. My wife also was interested in having kids. So, about 3 years ago we started trying. After two years we had no success, and I again started to consider the possibility that kids would not happen for us. Then, the wife gave me the good news, and the focus change for making a kid to successfully bringing him into the world. It looks like that's pretty much certainly going to happen, so the focus is changing now to keeping this kid healthy, so that we can then focus on making him a success. (My definition of success is extremely broad, so let's not get into that part.)

anyway, my underlying point here is that there doesn't necessarily have to be any big deep reason for it. Sometimes it happens by accident, sometimes it's a thing that people do just because they think they're supposed to do. Other times it's done on a whim, and still other times entails much frustration and heartache. it's a basic biological function, and it's necessary for survival of the human species. And ultimately, whether we consciously think about it or not, that's the purpose.

32 days? Good luck man!

Any ideas for a name yet?



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Ka-pi96 said:
VAMatt said:
My first child is due in 32 days. So, I'm excited to see how this parenthood thing works.

We made the kid on purpose. But, I can't say that there was any deep thought that went into deciding to have a kid. when I was younger, I always assumed I would have a few kids. I just figured it would be a good experience. But, as I got into my mid-thirties and hadn't had any, I started to consider the possibility that it might not happen. That was tough to accept it first, but then I came around. I figured if it happens, it happens.

I got married 4 years ago. My wife also was interested in having kids. So, about 3 years ago we started trying. After two years we had no success, and I again started to consider the possibility that kids would not happen for us. Then, the wife gave me the good news, and the focus change for making a kid to successfully bringing him into the world. It looks like that's pretty much certainly going to happen, so the focus is changing now to keeping this kid healthy, so that we can then focus on making him a success. (My definition of success is extremely broad, so let's not get into that part.)

anyway, my underlying point here is that there doesn't necessarily have to be any big deep reason for it. Sometimes it happens by accident, sometimes it's a thing that people do just because they think they're supposed to do. Other times it's done on a whim, and still other times entails much frustration and heartache. it's a basic biological function, and it's necessary for survival of the human species. And ultimately, whether we consciously think about it or not, that's the purpose.

32 days? Good luck man!

Any ideas for a name yet?

Middle name will be Harrison.  It is a name associated with a couple of very close relatives that have passed away recently.  As for the first name.....

I'm American and my wife is Croatian.  So, we need a name that people in both places can easily pronounce.  So far, the leaders are Ryan and John (which is also a family name).  We've been using a placeholder name of Kevin.  That started as a joke, but it seems to have really entered into consideration.  Also, I'm pushing for LeBron.  But, were white, and everyone seems to be racist, so they think its not a good name for a white kid.  

 



VAMatt said:
Ka-pi96 said:

32 days? Good luck man!

Any ideas for a name yet?

Middle name will be Harrison.  It is a name associated with a couple of very close relatives that have passed away recently.  As for the first name.....

I'm American and my wife is Croatian.  So, we need a name that people in both places can easily pronounce.  So far, the leaders are Ryan and John (which is also a family name).  We've been using a placeholder name of Kevin.  That started as a joke, but it seems to have really entered into consideration.  Also, I'm pushing for LeBron.  But, were white, and everyone seems to be racist, so they think its not a good name for a white kid.  

 

Sadly name might impact your kid's chances at a job. Good luck, first few weeks / months will be rough, so worth it.