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2012-12-23 08:10:44 PM  

maxis_mydog: Kevin72: SnarfVader: I don't see the problem, as long as the baby leaves at least a 20% tip.

Circumsized baby already left a 20% tip

20% tip!!

Do they call that kid Tripod?


Not any more.
 
2012-12-23 08:12:09 PM  

silverjets: Yes she has the legal right to breastfeed in public. But that doesn't mean I agree with it or that I want to see it. And if I was in a restaurant and some woman started doing that at another table or if a staff member was walking around doing that I'd get up and leave.


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2012-12-23 08:21:39 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: jst3p: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary

Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.

Yes, because when people make comments about sanitary conditions, it's the inanimate objects they are concerned about.

Moron.


She was clearing tables, could you let me know what you think is unsanitary about clearing dirty dishes while breastfeeding?
 
2012-12-23 08:24:06 PM  

silverjets: jst3p: silverjets: Yes she has the legal right to breastfeed in public. But that doesn't mean I agree with it or that I want to see it.

In life you may see some things you don't agree with or don't want to see. Grow up.

I need to grow up because I don't agree with something? Really? So did the women that argued for the right to breastfeed in public need to grow up because they didn't agree with not being allowed to do something?

Just because they are allowed to do something doesn't mean everyone else in the world has to agree with it or want to see it.

As I wrote earlier, if I saw that in a restaurant I would leave. I didn't write that I would complain. I didn't write that I would tell her to stop. I wrote that I would remove myself from the situation that offends me. If that is not the grown up thing to do, well fark then I don't know what is.


The "grow up" was more based on the fact that you are offended by seeing a woman feed her child. It really isn't a big deal. Some people in some parts of the world get stirred up if they see the ankle of a woman. In retrospect grow up isn't as accurate as I could have been. How about "join us in the 21st century".
 
2012-12-23 08:42:13 PM  

Via Infinito: FTA:"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding,"

How is it even possible to clear a table while breastfeeding?
So she was holding her kid in one arm and handling dirty dishes at the same time?
What the actual f*ck?
This isn't a "breastfeeding on the job is bad" issue. This is a "mom is farking stupid" issue.


Baby wearing. Google it.
 
2012-12-23 08:58:12 PM  

here to help: Mutt Farkinov: You people need to grow the fark up. I truly wish you could take your puritanical attitudes and fark off to the next "new world," sparing the rest of us from your conservative bigotry. Breasts aren't used for sex, they're for nourishment. If you could get it through your frat boy heads that "tits" are natural and breastfeeding in public is not off putting or making anyone an AW, maybe the rest of the truly enlightened women could breastfeed without having to worry about offending someone because they aren't ashamed of their baby or their breasts.

/right before they cover back up because there's no way they'd walk around with their boobs showing in public

This isn't about seeing titties you mong. It's about hygiene and respect for your customers.

Read the damned thread.

i629.photobucket.com
Thanks for the help.
 
2012-12-23 09:09:53 PM  
My attitude is that women are free to breastfeed in public and I'm free to take pics of their tits on my phone. I've only had one woman yell at me, most just go someplace private(which they should have done in the first place if they don't want everyone to see their boobs).
 
2012-12-23 09:22:32 PM  
Well, since urine is sterile, they won't mind if I whip out my cock and piss in the potted plants, will they?
 
2012-12-23 09:24:36 PM  

JesusJuice: My attitude is that women are free to breastfeed in public and I'm free to take pics of their tits on my phone. I've only had one woman yell at me, most just go someplace private(which they should have done in the first place if they don't want everyone to see their boobs).


i like the way you think. i bet you're probably a sharp dresser and a smooth dancer. +1 for you.

/ i like Farkers who have class and style
 
2012-12-23 09:40:03 PM  
Show us your tits!
 
2012-12-23 09:46:19 PM  
Do some people not have enough problems in their lives? People have been breastfeeding babies forever, yet people want to act all prudish about it these days, WTF???? I can understand if the woman is flashing everyone or something, but why do people get so upset? I, personally, would rather be around a quiet breastfeeding baby than a screaming hungry one.

/Childfree
//Don't even like kids and I don't get the outrage
 
2012-12-23 09:53:44 PM  

dionosaur: Do some people not have enough problems in their lives? People have been breastfeeding babies forever, yet people want to act all prudish about it these days, WTF???? I can understand if the woman is flashing everyone or something, but why do people get so upset? I, personally, would rather be around a quiet breastfeeding baby than a screaming hungry one.

/Childfree
//Don't even like kids and I don't get the outrage



People have been farting for ever too. I hope you let rip everywhere and often.
 
2012-12-23 10:03:06 PM  

doglover: If I ever open a restaurant, babies and children under the age of .... 30 will be forboden.


The buffets at casinos around here are nice and don't allow children under 18.
 
2012-12-23 10:03:40 PM  

JesusStoleMyBike: Molavian: JesusStoleMyBike: Third_Uncle_Eno: Um. Why the hell isn't she on maternity leave? that's what it's for. So you can bond, breastfeed your kid while NOT working and getting paid 60% of your salary.

I got 6 weeks of unpaid maternity leave to recover from childbirth. Should I have weaned my still-nursing child at 6 weeks?

That's ok, my wife never had to wean our son off her tits because he was formula fed. She works in a more professional position than the majority of the house marms on here seem to.

I'm sorry, was that supposed to be insulting towards me? I don't care how another woman chooses to feed her child, it's her body and her choice, but are you really suggesting that "more professional" women formula feed? 6 weeks of maternity leave is the norm in the US, regardless of your profession or stance on breastfeeding.


Only 6 weeks? That sucks. My sister in law got a year here in Canada. She added vacation time, so she left work mid August and isn't due back until Sept 2013.
 
2012-12-23 10:06:39 PM  

Molavian: That's ok, my wife never had to wean our son off her tits because he was formula fed. She works in a more professional position than the majority of the house marms on here seem to.


You are an ass of the first degree.
My wife breast fed our two children but had a friend who couldn't , her (my wife) intellect, profession and salary (which is quite high) never factored in the debate of whether she would breast feed or bottle feed.
How many of you would scream if someone was walking around holding a glass of cow's milk? or cry if it spilled at the table next to yours?
How many of you pour it over your cereal every morning?
Comes from a cow....mmmmm
Comes from a human .....ewwwwww
you are literally saying "I am better than you because I don't feed my children in a biologically suited way! I raise them with man made powder because...fark it...I can....and goddamit...I'm worth it."
 
2012-12-23 10:21:18 PM  

octopied:

Only 6 weeks? That sucks. My sister in law got a year here in Canada. She added vacation time, so she left work mid August and isn't due back until Sept 2013.


It sucks hard. You can use vacation time with some companies, but 6 weeks of unpaid leave is all that FMLA allows for (unless you have some serious medical complications but even then, it's still at the discretion of your employer.) Husband and I agreed that I would do the stay-at-home thing with our next/last baby. A year would be absolutely amazing! Congratulations on the new niece/nephew!
 
2012-12-23 10:23:54 PM  
Do whatever you want you stupid bint, but I'll vote with my wallet. I hope that lease pays itself.
 
2012-12-23 10:25:53 PM  

JesusJuice: My attitude is that women are free to breastfeed in public and I'm free to take pics of their tits on my phone. I've only had one woman yell at me, most just go someplace private(which they should have done in the first place if they don't want everyone to see their boobs).


Since you've seen so many moms nursing in public, you realize that you actually don't see any more tit than you would if she was wearing a low cut top, right? In most cases, it's even less than that. Those pics must be pretty boring.
 
2012-12-23 10:28:46 PM  
My only problem with breast feeding in public is the ladies go to such lengths to hide it.
 
2012-12-23 10:32:55 PM  

dionosaur: Do some people not have enough problems in their lives? People have been breastfeeding babies forever, yet people want to act all prudish about it these days, WTF???? I can understand if the woman is flashing everyone or something, but why do people get so upset? I, personally, would rather be around a quiet breastfeeding baby than a screaming hungry one.


If I am spending money on a dinner out, I don't want babies there - screaming or otherwise - and I do NOT want them latched onto the tit of the lady clearing the table next to me.  It makes me question the hygiene and standards of the whole restaurant and I'd absolutely voice a complain and never go back.
 
2012-12-23 10:38:52 PM  
My question isn't the breastfeeding in public bit, but how in the farking hell does she get away with having the kid at work in the first place? I work at a busy restaurant and if a waitress or busser showed up with a new cracker spawn strapped to her tit, she'd be told to GTFO until she can find a babysiter.
 
2012-12-23 10:42:35 PM  

Millions_Knives: My question isn't the breastfeeding in public bit, but how in the farking hell does she get away with having the kid at work in the first place? I work at a busy restaurant and if a waitress or busser showed up with a new cracker spawn strapped to her tit, she'd be told to GTFO until she can find a babysiter.


1. She's the owner.
2. Only two people have complained in six months.
3. The inspectors basically said, "We have to investigate. You haven't broken the law. If you don't want complaints investigated, stop doing it.

What? It was an article about breastfeeding, of course I clicked on the link.
 
2012-12-23 10:44:21 PM  

Lukeonia1: aimtastic: If those prudes are paying customers and you're the owner of the establishment, then yes, it is more important.

As strongly as I advocate boobs, I think I have to agree. Breastfeeding on the job might not be unsanitary, but I can see how it could be off-putting. If it hurts your business, it'll make life harder for you and your baby, which isn't in either of your best interests. Seems like a case of "just because you can do something, doesn't mean you should."


As a female that is a strong advocate for breastfeeding I'll say that I don't want to be confronted with this ,by the staff, while I am dining out.
 
2012-12-23 10:59:24 PM  

JesusStoleMyBike: JesusJuice: My attitude is that women are free to breastfeed in public and I'm free to take pics of their tits on my phone. I've only had one woman yell at me, most just go someplace private(which they should have done in the first place if they don't want everyone to see their boobs).

Since you've seen so many moms nursing in public, you realize that you actually don't see any more tit than you would if she was wearing a low cut top, right? In most cases, it's even less than that. Those pics must be pretty boring.


Boring for most, but breast milk is my fetish so I'm pretty into it.
 
2012-12-23 11:25:04 PM  

AbbeySomeone: As a female that is a strong advocate for breastfeeding I'll say that I don't want to be confronted with this ,by the staff, while I am dining out.


Tough Titty.

Not so sure anyone complaining in this thread has ever seen a nursing mother.
 
2012-12-23 11:27:07 PM  

gibbon1: AbbeySomeone: As a female that is a strong advocate for breastfeeding I'll say that I don't want to be confronted with this ,by the staff, while I am dining out.

Tough Titty.

Not so sure anyone complaining in this thread has ever seen a nursing mother.


I'm pretty sure most have seen at least one, and pretty close-up at that.
 
2012-12-23 11:29:04 PM  
 
2012-12-24 12:02:55 AM  

The Great Gazoo: Being married to a woman who breast-fed all three of our kids, I've had enough exposure (haha) to it that to me it DOES seem perfectly natural. Like accepting homosexual relationships, this is one issue that will eventually be looked back on with astonishment that anyone ever found it "gross". And just like homosexuality, if you find it disgusting then the problem is with you.


You had me until the very end.

Just because I don't agree with homosexuality does not mean I "have a problem and therefore must be consigned to the Death Camp of Intolerance until I don't". It simply means I don't agree with it. That's my right.

If you don't agree with heterosexuality, I don't think you "have a problem and therefore must be consigned to Straight Camp until you don't". You're entitled to your lifestyle choice.

That's the real difference between you and me, not whether the butter's on the right side or not...
 
2012-12-24 12:12:11 AM  
Farting is a natural & harmless thing that I sometimes need to do; but I try to avoid doing it in front of my customers.

Wouldn't kill the kid to wait to eat.
 
2012-12-24 12:12:57 AM  

fredklein: JesusStoleMyBike: octopied:

Only 6 weeks? That sucks. My sister in law got a year here in Canada. She added vacation time, so she left work mid August and isn't due back until Sept 2013.

It sucks hard. You can use vacation time with some companies, but 6 weeks of unpaid leave is all that FMLA allows for ...


Um...

The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had not taken leave. Eligible employees are entitled to:

Twelve workweeks of leave in a 12-month period for:
the birth of a child and to care for the newborn child within one year of birth;


You're right, FMLA was the wrong term, my mistake. I was only allowed 6 weeks, and from googling, it seems I'm not alone in that. Maybe it's company specific.
 
2012-12-24 12:21:11 AM  

hubiestubert: quickdraw: hubiestubert: It's not about prudes, it's about keeping to the health code. Eating a sandwich while you're clearing tables isn't up to code either. Baby dribbles, spits up, it's on the table. That's the same risk factor as spewing hotdog out of your gob when doing the same thing. Bodily fluids like saliva aren't supposed to go on tables or tableware.

WARNING: This may affect your desire to eat out in the future - but customers (of all ages) regularly drool, cough, spit up and generally rub their snot all over the table when they eat in public. When you are clearing away a table you are simply removing the top layer of assorted bodily detritus. Setting the table is when you get concerned about making sure it is as sanitary as possible for the next customer.

Which is why when you clear, you wash your hands. Remember: been in the industry for about 25 years now. Handwashing isn't just a courtesy, it's religion in this business. And yes, I know what customers are like, which is why if a plate has touched a table to a patron, it doesn't come back to the kitchen. I will remake something, but I won't touch food that customers have touched. Period. They don't like the fish, I'll make them another one. Once it hits their table, I don't want to see it again, until the dish has been washed and sanitized. And oddly enough, that is pretty much the same reason that you spray down the table and replace the silver and plates for the next folks: customers, I don't know where they've been. MY people? They are washing their hands, the silver has been washed and sannied, and for damn sure, folks wash their hands after clearing.


I wish you ran the world.
 
2012-12-24 01:11:43 AM  

jst3p: ReapTheChaos: jst3p: The My Little Pony Killer: Holy christ that's not sanitary

Really?

"I was clearing a table while breastfeeding," she told CBC News.


Yeah! She might get those dirty dishes... dirty.


Idiot.

You don't think that if she's doing this while busing tables she may also be doing it while performing other duties at the restaurant?  One can assume if she's clearing dirty dishes, at some point she has to take those dirty dishes to the wash area where CLEAN dishes would be around as well.

Assume what you want, those facts are not present in TFA. I could assume that the cook isn't paid enough and spits in every third burger but that doesn't make it fact.


A person doesn't need to have everything spelled out for them in order to make an educated guess as to the possibilities of another's actions.  Anyone with half an ounce of common sense can deduce that if she's perfectly comfortable walking around the dining area with her tit in some kids mouth then she's very likely doing it elsewhere in the restaurant.
 
2012-12-24 01:31:24 AM  

jst3p: [www.drunkendata.com image 187x143]

Shaka, in the diner, when the boobies fell out!


But he's seen everything. He's seen it all...
 
2012-12-24 03:13:52 AM  
Babies are brimming with poop germs. Carrying an incontinent infant while handling tables that food is served on is unsanitary.

I'm pretty tired of these pwecious boob monsters with their crotchfruit. Infants don't belong in the workplace.
 
2012-12-24 03:25:13 AM  

Pert: This could be solved if the restaurant imposed a not bitty now, bitty later policy...


i3.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-24 03:27:35 AM  

quickdraw: aimtastic: quickdraw: Yes because it is more important to keep a handful of prudes happy than do your job and feed your baby.

If those prudes are paying customers and you're the owner of the establishment, then yes, it is more important.

No it isn't. If you have a good product at a good price then a few prudes walking away and making a big fuss is just good publicity.


A business owner is a whore. They are allowed to turn away undesired customers, but if enough customers are undesired, they are allowed to go out of business through their own pride. This whole story basically boils down to that, and I see it play out all the time in the local business scene.
 
2012-12-24 05:33:02 AM  

Contents Under Pressure: Babies are brimming with poop germs. Carrying an incontinent infant while handling tables that food is served on is unsanitary.

I'm pretty tired of these pwecious boob monsters with their crotchfruit. Infants don't belong in the workplace.


You are brimming with poop germs. Oh what's that? You took a shower? Didn't do a damn thing shiatty. God you're disgusting.
 
2012-12-24 07:56:52 AM  

Great Janitor: Oh, this again. A few thoughts:

1) How can you preform your job duties while breastfeeding? I would imagine that cleaning a table requires both hands.
2) Why aren't you leaving your kid at home? It's really nice that your boss has no problem bringing your kid to work with you, but breastfeeding the kid while cleaning a table must really be taking advantage of his nice nature.
3) Of course people have an issue with this you twat! But I'll get more into that later on.
4) There is a sanitation issue when ever there is any form of fluid exchange from one person to another.
5) I think that you did this, not to help out, but because you knew it would get attention and you wanted to stand on your soap box
6) Your life may revolve around your child, but ours does not. We don't give a damn about your child, the day to day troubles you have balancing family and work, or any of that mess. We go to restaurants to eat, not to see you breastfeed your child in what was probably more of a form of protest about society and their views on public breastfeeding than about actually feeding your child.
7) Your were breastfeeding your child, your boss did not ask you in any way shape or form to help out. You made that choice, not him. You should have remained out of site.
8) Why the hell do so many breast feeding mothers want to make a farking big deal about breastfeeding in public? I know that it's natural, but so is masturbation, pissing and sex. Doesn't mean we need to do those things out in the open as well.
9) Customers have the right to complain. Having a child doesn't exempt you from those complaints. Especially when the child is a part of those complaints. Don't like that customers complained that you were doing your job in food service with a child clamped to your nipple. Sounds like you have two rather easy solutions: either leave the child at home/with a sitter or find a new job.
10) Unless you work in child care, please leave your kids at home. I really can't ...


She is the boss. Hilarious that you think she has an unseen male boss to tell her what to do.
 
2012-12-24 09:16:34 AM  
I can only chalk this thread up to a massive conspiracy of trolls who have the obviously wrong opinion of feeding a baby while cleaning up dishes is somehow wrong.
 
2012-12-24 10:23:01 AM  
As a customer, if I saw that, I would probably lose my appetite and leave. Personally, I don't find the sight of a baby slobbering on a teat the least bit conducive to me having a good meal. I'd find it pretty gross, actually, and I wouldn't come back to that restaurant. Yuck. Just my personal opinion.
 
2012-12-24 01:22:42 PM  
hubiestubert:

Which is why when you clear, you wash your hands. Remember: been in the industry for about 25 years now. Handwashing isn't just a courtesy, it's religion in this business. And yes, I know what customers are like, which is why if a plate has touched a table to a patron, it doesn't come back to the kitchen. I will remake something, but I won't touch food that customers have touched. Period. They don't like the fish, I'll make them another one. Once it hits their table, I don't want to see it again, until the dish has been washed and sanitized. And oddly enough, that is pretty much the same reason that you spray down the table and replace the silver and plates for the next folks: customers, I don't know where they've been. MY people? They are washing their hands, the silver has been washed and sannied, and for damn sure, folks wash their hands after clearing.


i must translate this
to Turkish and repeat it to my employees every day, 10 times a day, for a month.
 
2012-12-24 01:42:40 PM  

proteus_b: the fact that she's complaining about it and not at all chagrined is indicative of the kind of standards they have at that place. perhaps she should investigate a different career. not only that, but in some countries, apparently not including canada, proprietors want to please their customers. if there's not a market for shiatburgers, then customers are unlikely to frequent your establishment. if you like playing heavy metal at 100 decibels, your restaurant may lose business. i guess the story here is that even stupid people sometimes manage to own restaurants.


Hell, at least half of restaurant owners lose their shirt after 6 months to a year, and it's not because there's no market for more restaurants. All kinds of stupid people own restaurants everywhere, what's rare is them owning one for more than a year. Of course, with the number of stupid twunty customers out there who demand special treatment and pricing, just owning any restaurant these days seems like the height of masochism.
 
2012-12-24 05:13:53 PM  
How about use a farking condom if you decide to own a restaurant? You have no business walking around with your farking tit hanging out in front of customers, that's farking gross. I don't want to see it when I'm eating. So fark YOU, I go to Nova Scotia, and I won't EVER eat at your farking restaurant, kiss my ass.
 
2012-12-24 08:11:05 PM  
Business suicide. As an owner, what the hell are you thinking? Put your personal crusades aside from your business. This is the type of dolt who wonders why sales are down. This is also why I don't go for the "human right" angle. I would be pissed walking around America having to look at all these fat sloppy acne tits with babies dribbling puke off them. As Costanza would say, "we're living in a society, people!" I guess I have the human right to stand up and shiat on my dinner table also. It's my human right. Explain the difference to me why your personal choice bullshiat can invade my space and life, but why it's not ok for me to crap in the middle of the floor, or start banging a hooker in the booth.
 
2012-12-24 11:39:02 PM  
Rule 1: Don't whip your tits out in public.

Rule 2: DONT WHIP YOUR TITS OUT IN PUBLIC.

Rule 3: If you do, you don't get to claim discrimination.
 
2012-12-25 02:52:06 AM  
Breastfeeding != whipping your tits out.

Gather 'round, children, let me clue you in. There are wonderful things called "nursing bras" that allow for one side to be unbuckled at a time. They are commonly worn underneath garments known as "nursing tops" that have an overlapping layer of fabric that covers the breasts. When it's time to nurse, you unbuckle one side of your nursing bra, and the child's head goes under the layer of fabric of the nursing top. There is literally NOTHING showing but the back of a babies head. Most women even opt to use a receiving blanket over one shoulder to cover everything including the child's head. AMAZING. There are several different ways to breastfeed. My stealth nursing gear of choice was a baby sling. I have nursed while walking through crowded malls, in restaurants, in line at the bank, at Target, wherever the fark I happened to be when my baby got hungry and no one knew that I had a nursing baby under the sling because no one could see a damn thing.

The point is, we have the legal right to breastfeed wherever people are legally allowed to go, so your opinion truly doesn't matter. It's YOUR problem. If it grosses you out, too bad. People drink cow tit milk every single day and think it's delicious, but the moment human tit milk is mentioned, you all run away shrieking little school boys. It literally boggles my mind.
 
2012-12-25 08:16:08 AM  

S.A.S.Q.U.A.T.C.H.: Business suicide. As an owner, what the hell are you thinking? Put your personal crusades aside from your business. This is the type of dolt who wonders why sales are down. This is also why I don't go for the "human right" angle. I would be pissed walking around America having to look at all these fat sloppy acne tits with babies dribbling puke off them. As Costanza would say, "we're living in a society, people!" I guess I have the human right to stand up and shiat on my dinner table also. It's my human right. Explain the difference to me why your personal choice bullshiat can invade my space and life, but why it's not ok for me to crap in the middle of the floor, or start banging a hooker in the booth.


I'm very glad you aren't in the business of deciding what are and what aren't human rights.
 
2012-12-25 11:58:45 AM  

JesusStoleMyBike: Breastfeeding != whipping your tits out.

Gather 'round, children, let me clue you in. There are wonderful things called "nursing bras" that allow for one side to be unbuckled at a time. They are commonly worn underneath garments known as "nursing tops" that have an overlapping layer of fabric that covers the breasts. When it's time to nurse, you unbuckle one side of your nursing bra, and the child's head goes under the layer of fabric of the nursing top. There is literally NOTHING showing but the back of a babies head. Most women even opt to use a receiving blanket over one shoulder to cover everything including the child's head. AMAZING. There are several different ways to breastfeed. My stealth nursing gear of choice was a baby sling. I have nursed while walking through crowded malls, in restaurants, in line at the bank, at Target, wherever the fark I happened to be when my baby got hungry and no one knew that I had a nursing baby under the sling because no one could see a damn thing.

The point is, we have the legal right to breastfeed wherever people are legally allowed to go, so your opinion truly doesn't matter. It's YOUR problem. If it grosses you out, too bad. People drink cow tit milk every single day and think it's delicious, but the moment human tit milk is mentioned, you all run away shrieking little school boys. It literally boggles my mind.


Nope, when you own a business and engage in (while legal) behaviors that people disapprove of, it becomes YOUR (ie. the business owners) problem. If you want a successful business the customer is always right. Ignore that rule and you'll have plenty of company at the unemployment office. All because you couldn't be bothered to feed your kid in the back of the house.
 
2012-12-25 02:53:53 PM  
JesusStoleMyBike:  your opinion truly doesn't matter. It's YOUR problem.

That is the attitude that pisses people off.  "I'm a mommy, I did this miraculous thing of making a baby,m so you scum who don't have babies have absolutely no right to question me!"

Nobody's questioning your right to breastfeed; people are only asking that you show a little bit of common courtesy and understand that not everyone loves your precious little miracle as much as you do.

If it grosses you out, too bad. People drink cow tit milk every single day and think it's delicious, but the moment human tit milk is mentioned, you all run away shrieking little school boys. It literally boggles my mind.

We are usually not riding on the cow at the time.
 
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