looking forward to it. .. Some of our generation probably are grandparents already. me looking forward to it Some of our generation probably are grandparents already me
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - vengultimum
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(05/12/2013) [-]
Some of our generation probably are grandparents already. **** me
User avatar #121 to #1 - senortesta
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Well a girl in my grade just became a mother like two days ago.
User avatar #141 to #121 - zaxzwim
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what grade are you in, that makes a difference
User avatar #145 to #141 - senortesta
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Sophomore in High School.

She's 15 or 16
and hispanic
User avatar #157 to #145 - brenton
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Our valedictorian in high school was Hispanic, had two children while in high school, carried a 4.0 GPA and got full rides to both undergrad and law school at a private institution. Just an interesting little exception to the stereotype.
User avatar #181 to #157 - senortesta
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Well this person is in absolutely 0 honors or AP classes, does not have a GPA at least above 3.8 and has a class rank probably under 50. She comes from a lower middle class family with several siblings and probably couldn't afford going to a good college. A kid on top of that doesn't seem to help her out.
User avatar #182 to #181 - brenton
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You'd be surprised. Having children really helped my friend out when it came to the full-ride scholarships. As long as the person you know gets to work, she could still do very well for herself, especially if she has help from all those siblings. And a 3.8 is a pretty fantastic GPA.
User avatar #183 to #182 - senortesta
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Well I said its not above that. Its probably a lot lower I just picked a GPA lower than 4 to show. Its most likely towards a 3.2 or a 3. But having a kid in high school still isn't a good thing to do even though it might help you get into a good college.
User avatar #184 to #183 - brenton
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Definitely didn't mean to support having children young for financial aid purposes. The challenges of raising a kid that young far outweigh the slight possibility of financial benefit when the time comes to apply for college.
User avatar #185 to #184 - senortesta
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yup
User avatar #146 to #145 - zaxzwim
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god dammit
User avatar #147 to #146 - senortesta
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I tried offering my friend $100 to go up and kick the stroller but he said that thats not socially acceptable.

And I hate the girl and all of her friends that support her. Just because her boyfriend couldn't afford a condom doesn't excuse teen pregnancy.
User avatar #148 to #147 - zaxzwim
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you seem like a pretty cool guy but promise me you wont do stupid **** like that and just stay on the internet, we don't need any more teen parents
User avatar #149 to #148 - senortesta
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Teen parents bother me. They deserve every ounce of judgement unless it was a rape baby or something like that. And I would consider myself a pretty chill and funny guy.
#188 to #149 - brenton
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You do know there isn't a single method of birth control out there that's 100% effective, right? Just because someone has a child doesn't necessarily mean they did something wrong.
User avatar #189 to #188 - senortesta
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The birth control we currently have is 99% effective. A condom is nearly 100% effective if it doesn't rip. If you also use the pull out technique in addition then the chances of you getting pregnant are abysmal.
And if all else fails you can get an abortion.

So if you do take all of the precautions that one should be when practicing safe sex, it is very unlikely to almost impossible that you will get pregnant.

If you don't take all the precautions then it is your fault. You can tell the guy to go buy a box of condoms for $6 I think, talk to your parents about birth control, use common sense with pulling out, and if your religion and morales permit, get an abortion.

So therefore I will judge a teen mom because its easily rpeventable.
User avatar #190 to #189 - brenton
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1. My mother had me in her late 20's, so I'm not biased when it comes to teen mothers, but they used condoms and birth control simultaneously. (I had nightmares for weeks after that conversation)

2. Not everyone believes in abortion. Some people believe in taking responsibility for their actions, and I applaud those that choose to keep the child for this reason. (Not those who choose to keep it because a baby is the latest cool fashion accessory)
User avatar #150 to #149 - zaxzwim
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just don't do any stupid **** like that dumbass chick that and your right
User avatar #91 to #1 - coolchalkyxxx
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"At least let me buy you dinner first."
User avatar #72 to #1 - kgfsjholis
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That last sentence is probably why.
#54 to #1 - rytul
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User avatar #120 to #54 - xblthatguy
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As thatguy, I would not advise that.
User avatar #7 to #1 - hwangw
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"**** me"
Isn't that the problem?
#12 - angeredyeti
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You say that like any of us are going to be parents to begin with.
#24 - mooghens
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Me in 50 years
Me in 50 years
#125 to #24 - masterofanon
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#82 to #24 - randomtoaster
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#25 to #24 - goblinbyte
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#44 to #25 - fukyeahraptorr
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#2 - nicopwnz
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swaggin. dont hate me cuz you aint me
User avatar #30 - halotalim
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In 50 years, the average nursing homes will be crazy.

Video game LAN parties in rooms.
Anime movie night.
Some of the best music from our time will play during parties.
Bronies here and there.
Gangnam Style and Shuffling will be the common dance crazes.
Reminiscing over the 90's
Internet memes from the present day will be used.

And the young nurses in the hall will just shake there heads not understanding because they where born at the wrong time in history to understand how good we have it.
#59 to #30 - anon id: d687178f
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>implying "bronies" aren't just going through a horrible, annoying phase that they will grow out of once they are old enough to realize how ******* retarded it is.
#61 to #59 - anon id: 35a6010a
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I'm 22 and still into it.
#111 to #61 - anon id: 70faf182
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the autism is strong in this one...
#85 to #30 - anon id: 839e664a
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Who the **** watches anime, only a lil cunt faggot watch anime.
#102 to #85 - farfigschiter
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the fact that you're anonymous suggests to me that in real life, you are a cunt.
#134 to #102 - anon id: 0ce9cc89
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I'd rather be a cunt than a weeaboo
#132 to #30 - masterofanon
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The year is 2560. A student in a history class notices something off about his book. “How come these textbooks skip the years 1990 through 1999?” The teacher puts her marker down on the table. A single tear rolls down her cheek, “Because…
only the nineties kids remember.”
User avatar #47 to #30 - fukkendragonite
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Not to criticise what you're saying, but I bet every generation said that.

"Back in my day, we had it great. I remember watching Pokemon on TV in the 90's. Good times"

"lol wtf grandpa, you watched TV? What's the point?"

"Well when I was young, we had to sit around and commit to watching TV for a while. We couldn't just have liquid entertainment injected into our brains at birth like you kids can these days. Ours was a simpler time. Ah nostalgia.
#41 - ccarpio
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at least if you're old and got alzheimers you will laugh at every repost like it was the first time
at least if you're old and got alzheimers you will laugh at every repost like it was the first time
#19 - thechosentroll
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This image has expired
I can't wait to freak out kids by telling them that I'm older than google.
#35 to #19 - anon id: a4b9d2f9
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than internet*

FTFY
User avatar #52 to #19 - thedarkestrogue
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i fukkin love stein and his chair.
#62 - DrollHumor
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At this rate, looking at MTV, our generation will be grandparents when we're in our thirties.
At this rate, looking at MTV, our generation will be grandparents when we're in our thirties.
User avatar #84 to #62 - dinonator
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ysyZF-DZFY
I think this explains more that neccecary
#94 to #62 - pwnfrnzy
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This kind of **** is why Humanity is already dead to me. . .
User avatar #154 to #94 - ithinkihaveaids **User deleted account**
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actually more humans in western countries! WOO wont disappear after all!

and if they are stupid, they'll just die like the rest of the idiots: by shoving forks into toasters.
User avatar #159 to #154 - pwnfrnzy
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I wish Darwinism would work faster. . .
#158 to #62 - theafroman
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Actually, teen pregnacy has gone down in the last couple of decades. It just happens that it is publicized more than before, so it seems like it happens more often.
User avatar #161 to #158 - theafroman
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http://www.cdc.gov/teenpregnancy/aboutteenpreg.htm
Just some sources to go along with that claim.
#69 to #62 - pineapplechunkss
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Stop being right........
User avatar #5 - lemonjelloss
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False. My grandparents were young adults in the 60's. They've seen some **** I couldn't possibly imagine. Probably while on acid.
User avatar #123 to #5 - elcreepo
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Your grandparents are in their fifties? Mine are in their seventies.
#162 to #123 - anon id: 3cf8bdef
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"YOUNG ADULTS in the 60s," not born in the 60s.
User avatar #180 to #162 - elcreepo
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Young adults can mean that they're any age past puberty, up to 18.

Go away anon.
User avatar #48 - zonryu
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>80 year old
>listening to down with the sickness
>playing videogames on the regular
>internet



>parent