Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Superquad7, Sep 18, 2008.
The Associated Press: Mom allegedly uses daughter's ID to be cheerleader
Good thread title.
33 and a 15 year old daughter? No wonder she wants her childhood...I'm 33 in a couple months. I don't even HAVE a kid. What a cad for stealing her own daughter's identiy. She screwed herself over.
Ms. Brown: if you wanted that childhood, them you shoulda held that Birth control pill between your knees.
I wonder if she'll be a granny soon.
Yeah so the mother in questions sounds like a real moron (previous theft charges etc), but wow, judgmental much?
FYI, if you did ever want a kid: The Cost of Postponing Childbirth, Pregnancy Over Age 30.
If in fact she does have a demeanor of a high school student then it's probably better that the child is being raised by her grandmother.
say what you want, i'm stealing her idea.
oh my word we could make the ultimate movie based around this premise.
This summer Smang will find out that it takes a little more than sandwiches to be a cheerleader...
its unfortunate the mom isnt a cougar.......
I'm 33 and I have 4 kids, but the oldest is only 12...
and as far as the subject at hand:
I met a cheerleader, was a real young bleeder
oh, the times I could reminisce
'cause the best things of lovin' with her sister and her cousin
only started with a little kiss
Go milf go!
there it is! threads over!
Good title, I heard the alternate was "Mrs. Brown, you really aren't your Daughter", but figured no one was a "Herman's Hermit's" fan so you changed it.
DO. NOT. WANT.
I know one girl who was 15 and she had a baby, the kid was well raised by the two families, but she lost her chance at being a kid.
My mum was born when my grandma was 45. I was born when my mum was 35. My sister had her kid at 32. I simply do not want. But yeah, you can call me judgemental.
I can be extremely cold and hard. I can also lack sympathy when a person really deserves none. But should a person really need help and got into a bind that they could use a hand, I'm there helping out. I am very good natured, but if someone does something utterly stupid, as said MOM did. Then she got what was coming to her. No sympathy to her at all.
With that said, I feel for her daughter. No kid deserves a mother like that. I do hope her grandparents do what's best for her. I would certianly hope the daugher learned from her mother's mistake.
Still, stealing your own daughter's identity? that's pretty low.
R Kelly is already thinking of a way to use this scheme.
Cheerleader Pool Party? Time to become a teacher!
and to think I couldn't wait to graduate high school. This woman wants to go back
Wow... just wow.
You win this thread.
as long as i get to hang out with hot cheerleaders, start writing the script!
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