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Posted 10/15/17 , edited 10/16/17

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Haha well it is something i've thought about, too much perhaps. And it is true. But you cant really complain about them breeding too much when you yourself are not breeding at all.

Yeah it's funny how Japan(possibly South Korea) seem to be the only non western nation that have similar problems to the west(low birth rates, ageing population, decline in marriage and sexually active people, depression, suicide, etc).
I blame feminism for it, not entirely but i think its a factor and yet Japan dose not have feminism. I guess Japan is westernised but still very traditional also.
And i guess Japan can blame the people being over worked and video games and anime and porn. The west can blame feminism, as well as video games and porn and even though we dont work as the Japanese do, how society has changed with both the man and the woman always working, people have less kids.

I dont think that white people are "special" it just saddens me to think that one day they will no longer exist. Even though it wont effect me personally, not having my own kids and being dead by then and all.


I think it's mostly an economic thing, kids are freaking expensive in societies like ours (meaning western societies) and they don't really bring any economic or community advantages like they might in a less developed more agricultural society, so of course people are going to have less kids. I would also say western societies now are more focused on the individual and there are less community connections, so that makes it harder to find a partner. from an outside perspective japans workplace culture seems like a nightmare (not like ours is great either but goddamn) so i'm sure that plays a role for them as well.

Personally i doubt white people are ever never going to exist, as long as human's (as we recognize them) exist. besides, eventually all humans no matter where they happen to land in the color slider are probobly either going to be dead (my personal bet) or are going to have evolved into something we wouldn't recognize as human, or they might be replaced by something greater we have created (A.I.)

But that's just my perspective, i think we just see the world a little differently. and that's ok, if everyone always agreed nothing would ever improve
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I think it's mostly an economic thing, kids are freaking expensive in societies like ours (meaning western societies) and they don't really bring any economic or community advantages like they might in a less developed more agricultural society, so of course people are going to have less kids. I would also say western societies now are more focused on the individual and there are less community connections, so that makes it harder to find a partner. from an outside perspective japans workplace culture seems like a nightmare (not like ours is great either but goddamn) so i'm sure that plays a role for them as well.

Personally i doubt white people are ever never going to exist, as long as human's (as we recognize them) exist. besides, eventually all humans no matter where they happen to land in the color slider are probobly either going to be dead (my personal bet) or are going to have evolved into something we wouldn't recognize as human, or they might be replaced by something greater we have created (A.I.)

But that's just my perspective, i think we just see the world a little differently. and that's ok, if everyone always agreed nothing would ever improve


Yeah no doubt. It's like in some places/cultures they have kids and put them to work and they help the family out. Some cultures are far more family orientated. Even living in a western nation, you see people from other back grounds living here that are way more family orientated than us whites. And the ones that become more westernised become more like us, in the bad ways i mean. Such as eating less healthy or their kids being disrespectful lazy shits. lol Or their women becoming like feminists...

Yeah we are more worried about our own personal time and freedom and possessions more than ever. Material world.1st world problems, etc.

I honestly thinks whites will be one of the first to go. Might take longer in America. But look at(parts of) Europe already. Australia similar but not on the same level and Australia wasn't originally white and it's pretty much part of Asia anyways.
I truly believe there will come a time where whites will be gone and like mythical creature.

I'd say Asian or black will be the last to remain. They have the numbers. They can live in 3rd world and poverty condition's, they're used to it already. As far as the ones who live in those nations where living like that is far more common than in the west. Could throw in Arabs as well.
And yet these people seem happier lol and their families thrive.

Birth control was another thing that i left out of one of the reasons for the falling birth rates in the west. Birth control, lack of religion, lack of marriage, high divorce rates, the rise of gays and transgenders (gays more so), etc

But yeah probably all humans will just be some weird grey colour. Like shock G said (his album title) fear of a mixed planet. lol.

You could argue iam being negative or extreme but i just think its being realistic. if things continue to go the way that they are then it is inevitable. Mathematics.
But yes it would be boring if we all thought alike.



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You must have plenty of spare time. /s
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Whaaaat, Wasting your time on kids!! NAW have you not learn anything from Juza the Cloud from Fist of the North Star? :p Be FREE! Free as a Cloud!

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Parenting pro tip.... when distributing juice boxes, take a couple of drinks first. It keeps the kids from squeezing juice out on accident, and makes a great chaser for that shot of vodka you just took.



Additional pro tip: at bed time, put some vodka IN the juice boxes
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I would like kids some day.
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Don't have any kids although I have a lot of younger brothers I help look after. Do I want kids? Yeah I suppose so, just not now and only if I met the right person, otherwise I'm content with being the cool uncle & Godfather everybody wants to hang out with
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cdarklock wrote:


HolyDrumstick wrote:

Parenting pro tip.... when distributing juice boxes, take a couple of drinks first. It keeps the kids from squeezing juice out on accident, and makes a great chaser for that shot of vodka you just took.



Additional pro tip: at bed time, put some vodka IN the juice boxes


Nah... "oh look, a mosquito bit you.... better give you a dose a benadryl for that."
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I have two nieces and i love them very much. I always really enjoy seeing them. I like playing with them and teaching them stuff/educating them, giving them presents and trying to encourage them and praise them.
Of course i will also be mean and tease them lol

It's good because sometimes i dont see them very often or for a while and i guess i get to mostly just see the good side. I dont have the responsibility or the burden of parenthood.

I also have a nephew but i haven't really gotten the chance to get to know him very well.

I've never wanted kids. But sometimes being around my nieces makes me wonder. Now that iam in my mid thirties i do get the feeling that having kids is probably the only meaning of life. Well that and the whole love, companionship, marriage, own a home as well as have kids.
But i dont think that that stuff is for everyone. I probably stayed immature for too long because it was never something that i wanted.
I enjoy my free time and freedom but in recent times life dose feel kind of empty. I see people with kids as having more reason to get out of bed and go to work and everything because they have the responsibility to their kids and they're a good reason to do it all.
Plus i think having kids would(or should) make people care about their own well being more, as far as their health and everything.

But the whole get married, have kids, be a slave paying off your home, raise your kids, get treated like shit by them when they get rebellious and are teenagers, grow old, leave all your possessions to your kids, etc makes life seem kinda crap and pointless either way.. lol

But i guess if you never have kids, you will obviously never have grand kids as well. So it may end in loneliness.
Of course some people still get married and just chose to not have kids, they instead buy themselves nice things and a nicer home and travel all around the world all the time instead.

One thing i will add to the wall of text is, i feel annoyed at myself for contributing to the fall of the west. Iam adding to the declining birth rates.
Iam contributing to the fall of the white race and aiding the Muslim take over..


Based on this, I think you would donwell with kids. Doesn't mean you nees them, but you think about things well.

I didn't have kids, or want kids, much like you.... for a long time. I had them when I wanted them and was ready. And I still wasn't ready.

But being a parent has done all those things. I do worry more about my own success and well being... including my health.

The joy that comes from children is the love I cannot explain. I will spank my girls, then hug them. Tell them I love them. Tell them why I spanked them. And then, the will just hug me back.... like, even though I spanked them, I am the one who also comforts them. I asked them if they are mad. They say yes. I tell them it will be okay, but they can't do whatever it is they did. They say "yes ma'am" because they still don't have the sir and ma'am thing figured out.

I mean, it is bizarre. But that love... through it all... man, it makes it worth it. And I hope that one day I can make them into good adults.
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Based on this, I think you would donwell with kids. Doesn't mean you nees them, but you think about things well.

I didn't have kids, or want kids, much like you.... for a long time. I had them when I wanted them and was ready. And I still wasn't ready.

But being a parent has done all those things. I do worry more about my own success and well being... including my health.

The joy that comes from children is the love I cannot explain. I will spank my girls, then hug them. Tell them I love them. Tell them why I spanked them. And then, the will just hug me back.... like, even though I spanked them, I am the one who also comforts them. I asked them if they are mad. They say yes. I tell them it will be okay, but they can't do whatever it is they did. They say "yes ma'am" because they still don't have the sir and ma'am thing figured out.

I mean, it is bizarre. But that love... through it all... man, it makes it worth it. And I hope that one day I can make them into good adults.


I have actually been told that i'd be a good dad. I'd have to improve myself a bit and be more responsible and sensible in ways but i have been doing those things a fair bit in recent times.
Not as much as i could/should.

Yeah you do hear a lot of people say that they weren't ready or had fears and doubts and that but that that changed once the child arrived.
And that it is all worth it.

I can imagine. I can def see pro's and cons but i can see how it would change a person. For teh better. Unfortunately a lot of people dont change and are irresponsible and dont deserve to be parents.
But boy it must be a tough job at times.

I can tell my sister loves her kids to death but i think she may have started a little too young. She's doing a great job as a mum but i think at times she struggles to deal with it all a bit. She leaves them at our mums house a fair bit.
But it's good for her to still go out and have some fun and our mum doesn't seem to mind.



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kid = time and money. since kids are expensive, kid = money. and time = money. therefore kid = time^2 or kid = money^2. And some kid needs both, so thats like saying kid is time cubed, or money cubed. If you don't have a lot of time or money, the best responsible parent thing to do, is not to have them. my my..what a lousy equation.
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The best thing about kids is making them...
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Nah... "oh look, a mosquito bit you.... better give you a dose a benadryl for that."


Drugs?! No way, man! Vodka is made from potatoes. I'm just making sure they get their vegetables.
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Hard veto.
I have absolutely no desire to have a child, nor can I have any of my own (had a vasectomy at age 20 and haven't second-guessed that decision once in the last 14 years).
Adoption isn't out of the question but I'll be in my 50's or 60's by the time that it even becomes a genuine thought.
I'm great with kids, just see no purpose in procreating (for myself).
I tutor gifted students as a second job (5 PM to 10 PM) and have been quite successful in that domain (both in regard to making learning fun and teaching effectively).

It's more so that I value my alone time or time with my girlfriend.
My parent-friends often complain about how little time they have to do things, how they wished they didn't have a child until their late 30's/early 40's, and feel that they've wasted their youth by having children in their early-to-mid 20's.
Deep down, I know they love their children but also that they struggle with the lack of free time they have post-child(ren).
There's also the issue that many of them are conservative/old-fashioned where the father is working 80+ hours a week and the mother is often just tidying around the house, joining the local book club, and taking care of the kids.
Absentee fathers are becoming a "thing" again because it's difficult to put food on the table with only one salary in the family.

The "TL;DR" version is that I chose never to have children as a twenty-year-old.
I've focused on my professional life since I was 18 and it was a wise investment as I can retire in about 5-6 years if I wanted to.
I enjoy teaching children (which may be what I move into once I retire) but have zero interest of having one of my own.
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