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FingerLakes 03-05-2020 12:26 PM

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Originally Posted by flerchin (Post 881822)
Fair fights are made between fighters of the same weight. Keith would outweigh most 10 year olds by 100 pounds at least. His strategy of picking them up and thrashing against the wall would be especially effective.

The one and only chance the 10 year olds would have is to kick out Keith's knees. Gonna be hard for Keith to do the thrashing if he can't stand.

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Thank you, Flerchin, for taking this ridiculous ass section way too seriously so that I wouldn't have to be the guy on the forum who did.

klw9 03-05-2020 12:45 PM

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Originally Posted by shoebootie (Post 881868)
Additionally, as you get older and are getting closer to menopause, your egg quality decreases, but you're also more likely to ovulate more eggs at once, like your body is throwing out all the eggs it possibly can, a going-out-of-business sale. So if you do happen to get pregnant at an older age, there's a possibility for more complications for the mom, a higher chance of that child having special needs, and who knows - maybe you end up with a multiple-birth. Not a risk I'd want to take in my 40's if I'm wishy-washy about having kids in the first place. That's not the risk to take with a "take it or leave it" attitude about an accidental pregnancy.

Definitely something that we discussed and considered. We also paid to have more extensive testing done very, very early in the pregnancy. I was honestly not worried at all about my health. To be very open, had there been major problems or issues with the embryos, we would have had to discuss moving forward with the pregnancy or terminating. For a large variety of reasons that is a totally different debate, but bottom line: what would the impact be for the child and our other children lives/family. Very personal decision/discussion, and very thankfully we did not have to have one. I know I am lucky on many fronts: including easy to obtain older age pregnancies, no complications during the pregnancies and births, and (knock on wood) so far healthy kids. It is not always the case, and should be part of the discussion when deciding to have a baby. What would we do "if"???

Cubeforce 03-05-2020 01:47 PM

Listening to this episode after Super Tuesday was something else. It shows exactly why Bernie didn't win - a lot of people that like him just don't bother to vote.

flerchin 03-05-2020 05:29 PM

I got you fam.

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Originally Posted by FingerLakes (Post 881880)
Thank you, Flercin, for taking this ridiculous ass section way too seriously so that I wouldn't have to be the guy one the forum who did.


lalalemon 03-05-2020 08:42 PM

I am hesitant to say this, but I kinda love when Keith and Chemda work with a guest like Adrienne. You guys really stuck with her and didn't let her slide by with what sounded like bull shit. By the end I was half annoyed, but still very much entertained by her deadpan responses.

Chemda, you can't suck it up and use condoms for a month?

rubbintheboywanker 03-05-2020 10:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Sparrow (Post 881786)
after 6 or 8 weeks you go back in and they test your sperm count. for those 6 or 8 weeks you canít safely bury loads in any snack boxes.

I had the vasectomy procedure. My doctor told me that youíre effectively sterile after the procedure. But i do have to go back have them check and make sure the sperm count is effectively zero.

Scorpion 03-06-2020 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by rubbintheboywanker (Post 881897)
I had the vasectomy procedure. My doctor told me that youíre effectively sterile after the procedure. But i do have to go back have them check and make sure the sperm count is effectively zero.

Yup doctors aren't perfect, I'm sure this is a surprise for Chemda and Keith. So yes don't trust the procedure is effective until he returns for a followup check. No D to the V without condoms until then.

punk'n 03-07-2020 09:07 AM

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Originally Posted by lalalemon (Post 881895)
Chemda, you can't suck it up and use condoms for a month?

I'm 37 and I trust the pull out method if I miss a BC pill. I sort of agree that at my age, we would have to be really trying to get pregnant. I think if Xerxes is gonna get a vasectomy, he can just cum on her tits til the procedure is done and they'll be fine.

eoguy 03-08-2020 06:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Rufio (Post 881793)
Maybe I missed it but why are condoms not an option?

Hearing Chemda just write off condoms as an impossibility as a temporary fix was so obnoxious and irresponsible.

lizzy1e 04-03-2020 11:55 PM

Wow... this conversation about a Chemda was so on point for where my boyfriend and I are right now... I am almost 40 and canít use any hormonal birth control due to having PET. Weíve stuck to condoms, but the other day... well, we both got to experience no condom for the first time and arenít eager to go back. We figured at my age pregnancy was less likely. We both arenít totally against children either... but I do realise it would turn things upside down even more in this Covid-19 situation. The timing right now is also supposed to be safer.

Anyway, Iíve been Googling. Chemda could absolutely get pregnant, itís just really unlikely and would be dangerous - not just because of the bundle of screaming joy, but health wise. Adam Ruins Everything even had a cool episode about this sort of thing.


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