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2009-02-13 11:18:28 AM
NYZooMan: what_now: Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital on Thursday and are living with her family in a council house in Eastbourne.

What's a council house? Is that British for ghetto?

British for Welfare.

She's only 15, with fertility treatments she could easily have a hundred or more before she's 40!


And what fine genetic stock they'd be!
 
2009-02-13 11:18:48 AM
He was 12 when she got pregnant, why isn't she in jail for child rape.

That kid should demand a paternity test.
 
2009-02-13 11:18:52 AM
what_now: Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital on Thursday and are living with her family in a council house in Eastbourne.

What's a council house? Is that British for ghetto?


"Council estate" is British for "the projects". So, yes, sort of. There are a lot more council estates in Britain than public housing in the US, so some council estates are just standard lower-income communities, though.
 
2009-02-13 11:18:57 AM
I hope they're both going to prison for child abuse.
Those dirty pedophiles.
 
2009-02-13 11:19:02 AM
crowbait: Come on people! Think about it this way. Romeo and Juliet were 13/14 year old, and no body had any problem with that. Only 60 years ago, 14 is old enough to be a man.

True but you countered your own point there by saying "60 years ago". Modern society makes it difficult to support a kid when you are only 13.
 
2009-02-13 11:19:05 AM
crowbait: Come on people! Think about it this way. Romeo and Juliet were 13/14 year old, and no body had any problem with that. Only 60 years ago, 14 is not old enough to be a man dad.

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2009-02-13 11:19:16 AM
Why don't these children think of the consequences of their actions. At 13!

When I was 13, I knew that having sex could lead to things which I could not handle, that is why I obstained...until I was 27!

That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.
 
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2009-02-13 11:19:28 AM
tedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?


Fancy not knowing that.

/What a wanker
 
2009-02-13 11:19:36 AM
There's no way that kid is 13 or hit puberty yet. He's 7.
 
2009-02-13 11:19:38 AM
I'm waiting for the Nom Nom Nom 'shop of the picture of the 3 of them.
 
2009-02-13 11:19:46 AM
I call shenanigans. There's no way that kid is far enough along into puberty to be the father. I think a paternity test is in order.
 
2009-02-13 11:20:19 AM
Granted, I didn't pay much attention in health class but don't boys have to go through puberty before they can produce viable sperm?
 
2009-02-13 11:20:28 AM
I want to see the quotations from the parents NOT given to the newspaper.
 
2009-02-13 11:20:34 AM
Damnaged: I thought this kind of thing only happened in Louisiana and Kansas (and probably Florida).

Funny you mention that. I came in here to post a story about a chick I knew in the 8th grade that had to drop out because she was preggers with her second kid.

Yes, I grew up in Louisiana.
 
2009-02-13 11:20:42 AM
tbyte: crowbait: Come on people! Think about it this way. Romeo and Juliet were 13/14 year old, and no body had any problem with that.

Nobody had any problem with that?!? You must have seen a very different version of the play than I did.


Right...forgot about that 8-). In HS we saw this 60's production where they used real 14 year old actor/actress, too bad the teacher had to fast forward the good part. Didn't stop me from renting the movie later....
 
2009-02-13 11:21:48 AM
tedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?


Methinks "wanker."

/Should I not have said that?
 
2009-02-13 11:22:13 AM
crowbait: Come on people! Think about it this way. Romeo and Juliet were 13/14 year old, and no body had any problem with that. Only 60 years ago, 14 is old enough to be a man.

Man? Barely. Father? No way in hell.
 
2009-02-13 11:23:05 AM
Damnaged: I thought this kind of thing only happened in Louisiana and Kansas (and probably Florida).

In court I saw with my own eyes two really sad cases on the same day, one had a 24 year old grandmother and the other had a 23 year old grandmother.

/why yes, I do live in Louisiana
 
2009-02-13 11:23:05 AM
Coconice: When I looked like that kid, not only was I a virgin, I'm not sure I could produce sperm.

Based on appearanced, I'd about say that girl is a pedophile.

I can understand adult men that oggle hot 16 year old girls. They are anatomically adults.

That boy looks like a fuggin' child. She bomped a child. This story is disturbing, but the pictures make it worse. I expected him to be some 6 foot tall manchild. He's a little boy!


This.

tedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?


Attractive and successful European-American.
 
2009-02-13 11:23:11 AM
Was about to say, I don't remember fighting over toys at 13. Then I saw the kid... Good lord. I was arguing over the spelling of Donatello's weapon of choice when I looked his age (since he apparently looks 7).
 
2009-02-13 11:23:22 AM
xanadian: Well...what really sucks for both of them is they'll never really get the chance to be teenagers. They've gone from prepubescent to adult.

Adult decisions = adult consequences.


Are you kidding me? I'm willing to bet money that they will leave most of the child care to their parents. Isn't that what many teenage parents do these days?
 
2009-02-13 11:23:59 AM
Hold on.. not too long ago in humanity's past, 13-18 was the ripe age for having kids... especially when you were not expected to live past 35.

/just sayin.
// but its still wrong.
 
2009-02-13 11:24:25 AM
Coconice: When I looked like that kid, not only was I a virgin, I'm not sure I could produce sperm.

Based on appearanced, I'd about say that girl is a pedophile.

I can understand adult men that oggle hot 16 year old girls. They are anatomically adults.

True, old guys oggleing 16 yrs. is still weird though. And the pictures totally make this story worse since the boy looks like he was just recently born himself
That boy looks like a fuggin' child. She bomped a child. This story is disturbing, but the pictures make it worse. I expected him to be some 6 foot tall manchild. He's a little boy!
 
2009-02-13 11:24:39 AM
And I bet it was the best 1.5 seconds of that girls life.
 
2009-02-13 11:25:15 AM
Wtedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?


Maybe Wanker?
 
2009-02-13 11:25:29 AM
www.hamovhotov.com
 
2009-02-13 11:25:37 AM
rmcooper4: tedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?

Methinks "wanker."

/Should I not have said that?


I took it as Wigger.
 
2009-02-13 11:25:44 AM
clancifer: crowbait: Come on people! Think about it this way. Romeo and Juliet were 13/14 year old, and no body had any problem with that. Only 60 years ago, 14 is old enough to be a man.

Man? Barely. Father? No way in hell.


If you are old enough to shoulder a rifle and fight in trenches, you are a man! All I'm saying is by today's standard, Shakespeare is a perv plus racist 8-)
 
2009-02-13 11:26:32 AM
Hey guys, one of the first things that happens in puberty is your balls start to produce sperm. Just because he looks young doesn't mean he can't be the father.
 
2009-02-13 11:26:40 AM
Won't someone think of the CHILDREN?!?

If this had happened in America, both of them would be facing statutory rape and pedo charges. Sex with a 13 or 15 year old? These monsters should be put away for life!
 
2009-02-13 11:26:50 AM
Not at all surprised. When I was his age (~10 years ago) one of the girls in my class had a kid.

Now I teach high school at 10% of my female students have kids at home.



/Can't even imagine having a baby NOW
 
2009-02-13 11:26:56 AM
Claudemartin: Subby should have used the Sun's version just for........"Dennis, who has fathered nine kids, told how he was "gobsmacked" when he discovered Alfie was to be a dad, too. "



GOBSMACKED


Yeah, should have linked to the Sun article, but I felt a bit Shakespeareian and went for an 'article within an article'
 
2009-02-13 11:26:59 AM
okami36: ObscureNameHere: SushiJoe: When I was 15 I wanted to date fark REPEATEDLY someone older, not younger jerked off a lot.

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2009-02-13 11:28:27 AM
On the bright side, the kid'll be 30 when his baby turns 18. At least he can start his life over at a relatively young age.


//How creeeeeepy is that pic?
 
2009-02-13 11:29:08 AM
I wish I could jump on the reactionary bandwagon, and condemn these kids, but I say good luck to 'em.

Why is it we always have these views that the olden days were some "golden era" where everyone was happy, and married at 21 before even thinking of sex, etc etc etc. Look at the facts objectively, and you'll see this sort of thing has been going on since time immemorium....especially in the victorian era and before. We often only seem to know about the upper classes, but if you do some delving into the lower classes throughout history, you'll see all sorts of debauchery going on, ten times worse than we see today. Brothels on every street corner!

From what I see here, he seems to be interested in looking after the kid, and spent time with her at hospital, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. He might end up being a great dad. This stuff used to be the norm not too long ago, we we managed to survive (bar a few wars which killed millions)
 
2009-02-13 11:29:51 AM
Really? No pedobear at all? It's a farking dream come true for him!


Fark, you're slipping here!
 
2009-02-13 11:30:40 AM
Uchiha_Cycliste: I absolutely can't fathom having a 13 year old at my age.

When you say, "having a 13 year old"...
 
2009-02-13 11:31:09 AM
okami36: ObscureNameHere: SushiJoe: When I was 15 I wanted to date fark REPEATEDLY someone older, not younger. your mom

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2009-02-13 11:32:37 AM
From the comments : "I'd prefer them to be fathering children than hanging around on street corners sniffing weed and causing mischief."

What the hell is sniffing weed?
 
2009-02-13 11:33:02 AM
Eat_Cress: From what I see here, he seems to be interested in looking after the kid, and spent time with her at hospital, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. He might end up being a great dad. This stuff used to be the norm not too long ago, we we managed to survive (bar a few wars which killed millions)

Ok, that's nice and all, but in Victorian England a teenager could get a job somewhere and support a child, or get sent to a workhouse.

These kids, from what I can tell, have terrible parental role models and haven't graduated from High School. The father isn't even IN high school.

You know what you can do in England without a HS degree? Not a lot. This is terrible.
 
2009-02-13 11:33:09 AM
From TFA, dad said he was sad for his son's decision. Gee, dad, why didn't you think to educate him? Oh, you couldn't tell him where the other 8 kids came from? DNA testing for all people living in these houses, arrest that cougar wannabe, and relocate all minors into foster homes. Break the cycle for FSM's sake!
 
2009-02-13 11:33:24 AM
I bet the first question the 13 kid asked when the 15 year old got pregnant

How is babby formed?
 
2009-02-13 11:33:34 AM
SushiJoe: okami36: ObscureNameHere: SushiJoe: When I was 15 I wanted to date farked REPEATEDLY someone older, not younger. your mom

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2009-02-13 11:34:18 AM
At least she only had one.
 
2009-02-13 11:35:21 AM
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO.

I wish I could look at the bright side of this, but I can't. This is one of the saddest things I've heard all week. Babies havin' babies. NO NO NO NO NO.
 
2009-02-13 11:35:54 AM
what_now: What's a council house? Is that British for ghetto?

Well, since no one else has answered this, off the top of my head, a council house is a form of public or social housing in the United Kingdom. Council houses were built and operated by local councils to supply uncrowded, well built homes on secure tenancies at affordable (below market) rents to the local population. As of 2005, approximately twenty percent of the country's housing stock is owned by local councils or by housing associations. In Scotland, council estates are known as "schemes."
 
2009-02-13 11:36:20 AM
PsyLord: xanadian: Well...what really sucks for both of them is they'll never really get the chance to be teenagers. They've gone from prepubescent to adult.

Adult decisions = adult consequences.

Are you kidding me? I'm willing to bet money that they will leave most of the child care to their parents. Isn't that what many teenage parents do these days?


heh. If my kid ever had a kid, yeah, he'd get support, but he's raising that baby HIMSELF.
 
2009-02-13 11:36:45 AM
tuna fingers: rmcooper4: tedbundee: Anyone see the article about how the BBC was sorry for 'w****r' outburst on radio show

Anyone know what word it is? Wiener?

Methinks "wanker."

/Should I not have said that?

I took it as Wigger.


That's the first word I thought of, too. Knew it couldn't be right, but then it was stuck on my brain and I couldn't get past it to figure out the obvious. I feel a little stupid now.
 
2009-02-13 11:37:28 AM
All the pedo/statutory rape people - these are both kids. I don't know about England, but in most states in the US if both partners are under 18, within two years age of each other, and consenting there is no legal recourse. So fark on little boy, fark on.
 
2009-02-13 11:39:17 AM
Creepy! The story freaks me out.

Also, he looks like the leader from "Children of the Corn".
 
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