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Old 05-28-2003, 06:58 PM   #21
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You know which one I voted for.. that'* a gimmie

Mine is named "Siyar" like in medieval nobles refered to as.. spellin is wrong.. but o well.. that is also the name of my first born son if I ever feel like having a kid.. having Muffin takes up all my attention not to mention keeps me young and pirky ( or jaguarish and Spunky as she would say ) as it is.

Cavalier was named "baby Blue"

other cars I can't remember.. but I remember my first car.. 69 Nova that I dubbed "Big Bertha" lmao

Kids? sons? called sire? Yea well I'm going to name my kid Crime of the century hehehe sorry boo

I'm not having kids with you.
I love you too much to share you
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I'm not having kids with you.
I love you too much to share you
that is so sweet

But that'* ok.. I don't want kids either.. I rather save the money and go on nice vacations and or put towards bills or moddin the car. ( we talked about this )

Cats, Dogs, Horses, and Skunks would be my kids.. you can leave them alone and not worrying about child abandement, or change their diapers.. or have to watch them 24/7. I leave that up to the poor saps out there that are stuck at home while I"m out on long weekends with my freckly bumm Muffin.. hee hee..
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But that'* ok.. I don't want kids either.. I rather save the money and go on nice vacations and or put towards bills or moddin the car. ( we talked about this )

Cats, Dogs, Horses, and Skunks would be my kids.. you can leave them alone and not worrying about child abandement, or change their diapers.. or have to watch them 24/7. I leave that up to the poor saps out there that are stuck at home while I"m out on long weekends with my freckly bumm Muffin.. hee hee..
You know they're really not that bad.
Sure, the first 18 years can be difficult but after that there are rewards.
Your animals and even Bonne may be gone by then but then along come some more generations of grandchildren.
You will have left a real legacy.
The outcome of crossing your genes with someone else can be astounding and fulfil your bond of love.

Then there'* old age....someone younger who cares....blood bonds.
Nursing homes can be very lonely for the one who dies last.

But I'm getting way ahead of you live for now, live forever, 20 year olds.....

Sorry, just my opinion. I know too many older, wish they had of'*.
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But that'* ok.. I don't want kids either.. I rather save the money and go on nice vacations and or put towards bills or moddin the car. ( we talked about this )

Cats, Dogs, Horses, and Skunks would be my kids.. you can leave them alone and not worrying about child abandement, or change their diapers.. or have to watch them 24/7. I leave that up to the poor saps out there that are stuck at home while I"m out on long weekends with my freckly bumm Muffin.. hee hee..
You know they're really not that bad.
Sure, the first 18 years can be difficult but after that there are rewards.
Your animals and even Bonne may be gone by then but then along come some more generations of grandchildren.
You will have left a real legacy.
The outcome of crossing your genes with someone else can be astounding and fulfil your bond of love.

Then there'* old age....someone younger who cares....blood bonds.
Nursing homes can be very lonely for the one who dies last.

But I'm getting way ahead of you live for now, live forever, 20 year olds.....

Sorry, just my opinion. I know too many older, wish they had of'*.

Oh it'* not the teens i'm worried about. I can handle them just fine. It'* the 0,1,2,3, up to 4s that don't appeal to me. waking up at 1am, 2am, 3am, 4am, etc, is not on my list of top 10 things to do for 4 years by the time i am 30
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Wow.. how the hell did we get to this from naming a car..

The younger age that Muffin fears I can handle.. but maybe I should rephrase what I said.
Will I ever have kids? I don't know... Will I have a kid now?? HELL No......

Kids is something I"m not going to worry myself over at my tender age. I will leave that up for when I'm older.. when I have less urges to see the world, and do things I have yet to do that otherwise I may not have the oppurtunity to. There.. that summarizes it and makes it happy for everyone..
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Oh it'* not the teens i'm worried about. I can handle them just fine. It'* the 0,1,2,3, up to 4s that don't appeal to me. waking up at 1am, 2am, 3am, 4am, etc, is not on my list of top 10 things to do for 4 years by the time i am 30
What You're under 30 and sleeping before 1:am


I guess we were lucky. Both of our kids slept right thru and never woke us up at night.
Except the first 3 months.....breast feeding....glad I didn't have to do it.
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Wow.. how the hell did we get to this from naming a car..

The younger age that Muffin fears I can handle.. but maybe I should rephrase what I said.
Will I ever have kids? I don't know... Will I have a kid now?? HELL No......

Kids is something I"m not going to worry myself over at my tender age. I will leave that up for when I'm older.. when I have less urges to see the world, and do things I have yet to do that otherwise I may not have the oppurtunity to. There.. that summarizes it and makes it happy for everyone..
Young!! Come on boo....you are getting really old....most people have kids by your age
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Mine is currently named Road Decoration. It'll be sitting there until probably mid august
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Mine is currently named Road Decoration. It'll be sitting there until probably mid august
LOL, now that'* a quality name

You all know the name of mine (see below). There'* quite the story behing it, if you're interested say so.
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Oh oh..I know...and its a funny story too..makes me want to get an SSEi just so I can say it
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