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  1. Standard memberSeitse
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    13 Jan '16 23:45
    They're a nuisance, honestly. They crap and pee
    themselves all over, they whine and shout and cry,
    they are little Napoleons capable of the greatest
    cruelty, and, besides a financial drain, they are frankly
    annoying. Plus, they really, really bother the rest of us
    in cafés, airplanes, malls, cinemas, etc.

    Moreover, let's be honest: statistically speaking, they're
    very likely to grow to become losers and, at best, as
    mediocre as you. And, to be honest, if that is your only
    way of leaving a legacy, pfff, that's simply pathetic and
    kind of cruel, as they're just instruments of the parents'
    inability to either live life chilled or leave a legacy with their
    own freakin' efforts --other than, of course, the act leading
    to procreation, which is not that much of an effort, really.

    Yeah, yeah, if nobody would have children, then the human
    species would disappear. Two things here:

    (1) so?
    (2) not everybody has to pop them like rabbits, you know.

    Use this thread to explain yourself why in the name of
    Saint Lemmy you actually frakin' reproduced, knowing that
    you made a horrible, selfish mistake. Also, share with us
    who in the world issued you with a certificate stating that,
    indeed, you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the
    world a worthy human.
  2. Subscriberdivegeester
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    13 Jan '16 23:571 edit
    Originally posted by Seitse
    They're a nuisance, honestly. They crap and pee
    themselves all over, they whine and shout and cry,
    they are little Napoleons capable of the greatest
    cruelty, and, besides a financial drain, they are frankly
    annoying. Plus, they really, really bother the rest of us
    in cafés, airplanes, malls, cinemas, etc.

    Moreover, let's be honest: statistically spe ...[text shortened]... ting that,
    indeed, you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the
    world a worthy human.
    Someone here told me recently that kids were born cute so that their parents were less likely to murder them.
  3. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Jan '16 00:21
    Originally posted by Seitse
    They're a nuisance, honestly. They crap and pee
    themselves all over, they whine and shout and cry,
    they are little Napoleons capable of the greatest
    cruelty, and, besides a financial drain, they are frankly
    annoying. Plus, they really, really bother the rest of us
    in cafés, airplanes, malls, cinemas, etc.

    Moreover, let's be honest: statistically speaki ...[text shortened]... stating that,
    indeed, you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the
    world a worthy human.
    So, uhm, why do you people have kids?

    Originally posted by Seitse
    "They're a nuisance, honestly. They crap and pee
    themselves all over, they whine and shout and cry,
    they are little Napoleons capable of the greatest
    cruelty, and, besides a financial drain, they are frankly
    annoying. Plus, they really, really bother the rest of us
    in cafés, airplanes, malls, cinemas, etc.

    Moreover, let's be honest: statistically speaking, they're
    very likely to grow to become losers and, at best, as
    mediocre as you. And, to be honest, if that is your only
    way of leaving a legacy, pfff, that's simply pathetic and
    kind of cruel, as they're just instruments of the parents'
    inability to either live life chilled or leave a legacy with their
    own freakin' efforts --other than, of course, the act leading
    to procreation, which is not that much of an effort, really.

    Yeah, yeah, if nobody would have children, then the human
    species would disappear. Two things here:

    (1) so?
    (2) not everybody has to pop them like rabbits, you know.

    Use this thread to explain yourself why in the name of
    Saint Lemmy you actually frakin' reproduced, knowing that
    you made a horrible, selfish mistake. Also, share with us
    who in the world issued you with a certificate stating that,
    indeed, you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the
    world a worthy human."
    __________

    And, pray tell, what if your own dear parents had shared your point of view prior to the conception and birth of Baby Seitse?
  4. Subscriberrookie54
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    14 Jan '16 00:50
    Originally posted by Seitse
    Also, share with us who in the world issued you with a certificate stating that,
    indeed,
    you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the world a worthy human.
    no certificate, just the ability to maintain an erection at any level of drunkenness...
  5. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    14 Jan '16 01:45
    Originally posted by rookie54
    no certificate, just the ability to maintain an erection at any level of drunkenness...
    Pitiful.
  6. SubscriberKewpie
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    14 Jan '16 02:00
    If everyone stopped having kids, just for a couple of decades, we'd save the planet.
  7. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    14 Jan '16 03:48
    Originally posted by Kewpie
    If everyone stopped having kids, just for a couple of decades, we'd save the planet.
    Who'd support us in our old age?
  8. SubscriberKewpie
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    14 Jan '16 04:25
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Who'd support us in our old age?
    All that money you would have spent on raising kids will be in the bank, won't it?
  9. Unknown Territories
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    14 Jan '16 05:241 edit
    Originally posted by Seitse
    They're a nuisance, honestly. They crap and pee
    themselves all over, they whine and shout and cry,
    they are little Napoleons capable of the greatest
    cruelty, and, besides a financial drain, they are frankly
    annoying. Plus, they really, really bother the rest of us
    in cafés, airplanes, malls, cinemas, etc.

    Moreover, let's be honest: statistically spe ...[text shortened]... ting that,
    indeed, you are qualified to create, raise and deliver to the
    world a worthy human.
    I have fathered two boys (now young men, 23 and 21) and four daughters (ranging in ages between 14 and two years).

    It has been my pleasure and calling to be their regent, to serve them on their paths toward becoming sovereigns over their personal kingdoms, beholden to no one except those they deem worthy of their servitude and worship.

    Although I lacked formal training in the art, from the early returns, it appears the labor of my love has been met with measures of success.

    My failings are evident and obvious but despite the deficiencies of my soil, the sincere seed of my faith has been rewarded and those of my children who have become aware of themselves are each comfortable in their own skin.

    That is my greatest reward, my lack of credentials notwithstanding...
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    14 Jan '16 08:02
    You may not always like your children but you still love them.
  11. Standard memberSeitse
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    14 Jan '16 08:17
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Someone here told me recently that kids were born cute so that their parents were less likely to murder them.
    Science!
  12. Standard memberSeitse
    Doug Stanhope
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    14 Jan '16 08:19
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    [b]And, pray tell, what if your own dear parents had shared your point of view prior to the conception and birth of Baby Seitse?
    I was an accident. They did share my point of view.

    Otherwise, your question makes no sense: unborn, I'd not be me, hence
    incapable of pondering these matters a existence is the condition for
    any epistemological pursuit.
  13. Standard memberSeitse
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    14 Jan '16 08:20
    Originally posted by rookie54
    no certificate, just the ability to maintain an erection at any level of drunkenness...
    Thumbs up!
  14. Subscriberdivegeester
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    14 Jan '16 08:201 edit
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Who'd support us in our old age?
    You think kids will...Have you spoken with the millennial generation at all?

    Me, me, me, expect, want, expect, me, me, me, expect, want, expect.
  15. Standard memberSeitse
    Doug Stanhope
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    14 Jan '16 08:21
    Originally posted by HandyAndy
    Who'd support us in our old age?
    Why do you need support? In their old age, when close to death,
    elephants gather in a single point to see their last moments on
    earth. Humans could do the same. I'd suggest Libya.
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