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Post Reply Would you date someone with a kid?
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Posted 10/24/16
Nay!!!!
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Posted 10/24/16
Probably not, although depends on the circumstances.
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Lance_Clemings wrote:


Tinamarie101 wrote:


Lance_Clemings wrote:

Probibly not. I perfer more mild mannered ladies, and If your single with a kid, you are under no definition mild mannered.
That takes some serious balls mate, props to the ladies who manage this without going insane, that's not easy.

Yes, I'd have respect for you. But more like the respect I'd have for a good boss and not as a lover.


Define mild mannered?


Easy. A calm, gentle personality, with a general lack of aggressiveness. Shy, but nice and pleasent to be around.

That being said, good luck ever finding a lady like that. I really need to lower my standards a bit for acceptable girlfriends, as well as raise my own standards for myself.


They are single mom who are like that this forum truly made me realize this world has single parents stereotyped.
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Posted 10/24/16
at my ages, its a given.
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Sogno- wrote:

it really makes me sad to see so many people say they hate kids


Me too. Me too.
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Posted 10/24/16
Sure, why not? We could all go to an amusement park.
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Posted 10/24/16
Well I have kids of my own but I still wouldn't date someone with kids hahaha IDK why! Mind you I wouldn't try to date anyone myself if I broke up with my husband since I'm not interested in people anymore xD
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Posted 10/25/16

Tinamarie101 wrote:

They are single mom who are like that this forum truly made me realize this world has single parents stereotyped.


Aye, this is true. However it is not limited just to single parents. We tend to stereotype everything. It seems humans have a hard time processing the individualness of every single person, so to retain some measure of order, we group similar individuals into boxes of a certain type and behavior pattern, which of course far from describes the full range of every person in it. This is generalisation or stereotyping. It is not nececssarily done with malicious intent, it's a habit that for most people it's quite difficult to get out of.
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Posted 10/25/16
Whilst it doesn't appeal to me (at all really) , iam 35 so i really have very little choice.
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Posted 10/25/16
Maybe, just depends on so many factors.
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Posted 10/25/16 , edited 10/25/16
I mean, probably not. I'm not too fond of kids in the first place, and the last thing I want is the responsibilities that come with raising a kid on top of my own. I'm just not the kind of person who wants to be a parent, nevermind one of someone elses child. Though on the upside I guess I acknowledge it in advance rather than blindly jumping into such a situation when I'm not ready and making things worse.
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Posted 10/25/16
Depends on whether the kid is a little shit or not.
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Posted 10/25/16

Sogno- wrote:

it really makes me sad to see so many people say they hate kids


I don't think hate has that much to do with it. Annoyance, attachment and expense are 3 very good reasons to avoid that shit.
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Posted 10/25/16
maybe, if the kid is old enough, i would ask how they feel about it. but i'm 19, and never had a boyfriend in my life let alone a kiss. so i don't know if my comment is valuable.
Posted 10/25/16
No, because there's a 50/50 chance that she's an unstable relationship-jumping hoe, who is going to create an unstable environment for her kid, and I'm not going to be a part of her filth.
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