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If your mom love you, who you think she will treasure the most?
Posted 4/4/14 , edited 4/4/14
If we are to judge in terms of the quality of her love then there is no criteria except the one you might be aware of that she is not. Personality also plays a huge role in how she'd supply her love to you.

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Wait.... I remember this guy....

I remember a thread about him ranting about parents watching anime. The writing style was the same as this thread. But he has a totally different avatar this time around. If this is just trolling, he really has mastered the craft.

Or if he speaks in a different language normally, I'd like to know what he speaks.


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Yes as would a lot of mothers given the chance
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SoldierSangria wrote:


Phersu wrote:

"...would you stop her if she tried to leave you for someone else?"


Incest in the morning...



The power of wincest is strong in this one
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I think if she left you to be with someone else, she probably doesn't love you as much as you hoped she would. Who knows, there are some mothers that keep their children but hate having them around
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Thfelese wrote:


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I would surely be offended if that started making any sense this time. It didn't.


Are you saying you still don't understand what i was trying to ask? How should i explain this to you... at least do you understand what this sentence say? "If your mom love you, who you think she will treasure the most?"


Woman or man or something else, your sentence "If your mom love you, who you think she will treasure the most?" is illogical. If she really loves you, of course she will treasure you. If she gives you away so you don't slow her down, then she probably doesn't love you and wasn't ready to have kids in the first place. Now if she gave you away so you could have a better life, then yes I would say she loves you enough to recognize you deserve a better life.
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Thfelese wrote:


SoldierSangria wrote:

Since we're limiting the subject to mothers...

A mother's love for her child should be unconditional. But unfortunately, there are many women out there who give birth that do not love nor care for their children. Not all women who give birth are mothers, and not all mothers love their children like they should.


But do you still think those mothers love their children? I don't really know what i mean when i say "love" but few days ago my real mother calls me, and she say "Why don't you call me...? I was worried, i thought you was sick" and that kind of hit me.



That is like beating the hell out of you until you become pluralized, or get some kind of serious injury that will make you need someone help to make your everyday life. and then after that come to help you on your unhealable injury saying "I love you".




Love that isn't unconditional can still be love. If your mother gave birth to you, that alone means she loves you; she loved you enough to take care of your existence up until the point you came into this world. She dealt with all the pain and discomfort of pregnancy to let you have life. These days, a woman doesn't have to do that: if she doesn't care, why go through it? there are lots of ways to get rid of a baby. Even if she abandons the child afterward, that means her love is not unconditional, but she still cared for you enough to give you the gift of life.
The only situations in which that isn't true is if she had a child only to keep some man from leaving her, or if she doesn't believe in abortion(but chances are, if she doesn't believe in abortion, she wouldn't believe in abandonment either, so her giving you up must have other circumstances, even if only in her mind).
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