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How many baby fathers is acceptable?

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
A girl at work was discussing her kids earlier when she mentioned that all 3 had different dads(she is 35)


I thought 3 different dads was a bit much but I may be wrong.....opinions please
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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banned#1
acceptable to who?
#2
Spammed. Judging by previous posts of yours this is just a troublemaking thread. We all know how it is going to end up.
#3
depends on circumstances really
#4
sassie
acceptable to who?


people in general
#5
as long as she, her kids and their dads are happy who are we to judge?
#6
Who cares. Her life, who is anyone to judge ? Not one perfect member on here
#7
I think its a shame for the kids not to ever have a true 'family unit'
but wouldn't judge the mother
banned#8
boothy
people in general


so you wwant us to each post the number we find acceptable, and what has being a slapper got to do with how many kids you have :w00t:
1 Like #9
none of anybody elses business imho-judging people by this kind of measure is extremely shallow far as I am concerned.
#10
sassie
so you wwant us to each post the number we find acceptable, and what has being a slapper got to do with how many kids you have :w00t:


nope just thought it would be interesting..


...will expire if people dont like it:thumbsup:
#11
10 baby fathers and 3 kids, ideal :thumbsup: :p
banned#12
For the purpose of getting benefits, any number of fathers is acceptable.
#13
No one knows the circumstance and therefore you shouldn't even attempt to judge, she could have a bad choice in men? Who knows, and 3? its not as if its 15!
#14
Some people take things a little TOO seriously. Honestly this thread was just a little discussion, but there is always a few that have to push it over the top.
banned#15
boothy
nope just thought it would be interesting..


...will expire if people dont like it:thumbsup:


lol - you mean i will expire so no one can spam it :p
banned#16
Emzy81
No one knows the circumstance and therefore you shouldn't even attempt to judge, she could have a bad choice in men? Who knows, and 3? its not as if its 15!


Maybe get to know the man before you let him impregnate you:?

Check out his facebook page maybe, ask him his favourite colour.
#17
I h4te people like that OP
#18
boothy
nope just thought it would be interesting..


...will expire if people dont like it:thumbsup:


Obviously this place is about being liked :roll:

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#19
so she is 35 and has had relationships with 3 different men, your point being??
I would suspect that the vast majority of women have had 3 partners by age 35, so she had a child with each so what?
banned#20
juiceblaster
so she is 35 and has had relationships with 3 different men, your point being??
I would suspect that the vast majority of women have had 3 partners by age 35, so she had a child with each so what?


Wow, just wow:thinking:
#21
Well, I'm a bloke, and played as much part as the women in bringing 4 kids into the world by 3 different mothers. I've bought up each child either as a lone parent or whilst still in a relationship with a woman. Relationships fail for many reasons and kids aren't always simply pumped out for benefit money etc... it's the upbringing of the kids that's important to me, and I currently have my two youngest little darlings living with and growing up to be very polite and (usually) well behaved kids that I am more than proud of.

'Walk a mile in my Nikes' comes to mind.
1 Like #22
Perhaps her choice of men hasn't been too great, Or herself getting pregnant wasn't a wise decision in hindsight.

However most women I know have had more than two partner in their life.

In an ideal world they'd all have one dad, one mum etc...

It usually takes two to tango, I bet if she had the choice they'd all share the same dad.

Dad's often don't stick around, Perhaps their at fault? Who knows other than the parents.

So long as the kids are ok then who are we to judge.
banned#23
i couldnt commit to having a child with someone that i didnt think i could spend the rest of my life with happily.

not commenting on the girl with the baby fathers, just my opinion.










ps. doing it while standing up as contraception FTW!!
#24
FilthAndFurry
Maybe get to know the man before you let him impregnate you:?


Shut up with that comment, how many times have you said that and it has NO relevance at all :x
#25
FilthAndFurry
Maybe get to know the man before you let him impregnate you:?

Check out his facebook page maybe, ask him his favourite colour.


another repetitive comment.....get some new material please troll
#26
FilthAndFurry
Maybe get to know the man before you let him impregnate you:?

Check out his facebook page maybe, ask him his favourite colour.


maybe she did, maybe each relationship lasted 5 years.
banned#27
snowflake
Shut up with that comment, how many times have you said that and it has NO relevance at all :x


How on earth does it have 'NO relevance'?

A baby is a serious commitment and the decision should be made with care. But that's just me - maybe I'm old-fashioned in wanting to wait until I can provide the best possible life for a child:roll:
#28
FilthAndFurry
How on earth does it have 'NO relevance'?

A baby is a serious commitment and the decision should be made with care. But that's just me - maybe I'm old-fashioned in wanting to wait until I can provide the best possible life for a child:roll:


BECAUSE the woman could have known all three fathers for a long time before having children, it has no relevance because you know nothing of the person to make that assumption. Or anyone else for that matter. Knowing a man before getting pregnant does not guarantee the father will not walk out/batter/cheat etc So THINK before you make that comment again. AND for the record my children all had the same Father, not that it's relevant, but just so you know NOT to suggest anything different.
#29
i have 3 children 2 different fathers, father of the first 2 is dead, there are many reasons why women have children with different fathers, they aren't all vicky pollards.
banned#30
Religion sometimes overtakes common sense :roll:
banned#31
FilthAndFurry
How on earth does it have 'NO relevance'?

A baby is a serious commitment and the decision should be made with care. But that's just me - maybe I'm old-fashioned in wanting to wait until I can provide the best possible life for a child:roll:


Do you think abortions are a good idea?
banned#32
Personally i think that 3 children to three dad is ON TOP! or at least she was quite a lot...
#33
Interesting replies,thanks
banned#34
Girl down my local is currently working on finding father number 4 as she is getting kicked out of her grace and favour lodgings courtesy of the good old British taxpayer!

First 3 kids were all taken into care within a year or two of birth.

She isnt even 30 yet - never done a days work in her life!

A solid case for sterilization!
#35
I have a friend who has 4 children all by different fathers, she is a brilliant mum!
cant fault her in anyway

so she has bad choices in men, doesnt make her a bad mum/human being
#36
ilovepink;7262837
I have a friend who has 4 children all by different fathers, she is a brilliant mum!
cant fault her in anyway

so she has bad choices in men, doesnt make her a bad mum/human being


:roll: :whistling:

Get her on Jeremy Kyle ! I suppose as she's a single mum, she doesnt work & is on benefits.........
banned#37
ilovepink;7262837
I have a friend who has 4 children all by different fathers, she is a brilliant mum!
cant fault her in anyway

so she has bad choices in men, doesnt make her a bad mum/human being

and she supports herself to or is that down to the people who have no choice but to work?
#38
ChrisUK
:roll: :whistling:

Get her on Jeremy Kyle ! I suppose as she's a single mum, she doesnt work & is on benefits.........


shes not a single mum no, and shes studying at the moment child psychology(sp?)
she doesnt get any benefits as her partner works:thumbsup:

bad show of you to just assume something like that;-)
#39
csiman
and she supports herself to or is that down to the people who have no choice but to work?


please see previous response :thumbsup:

she supports herself as does her partner, she only gets money from 2 dads the rest shirk their responcibilities(sp)
imho they are the scum not the mums
#40
ilovepink
I have a friend who has 4 children all by different fathers, she is a brilliant mum!
cant fault her in anyway

so she has bad choices in men, doesnt make her a bad mum/human being


makes her a bit stupid at least

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