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(Daily Mail)   Young, unwed mother secretly changes baby's birthdate and puts child up for adoption without telling the father. Yes, he noticed and 3 years, a ruined college career and several thousand dollars later has full custody   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 216
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2014-03-30 09:39:20 PM
Jeremiah Sampson was playing football for Pittsburg State University in Kansas in 2009 when he began dating a girl, who then fell pregnant

Sadly the condition is inevitably fatal for both parties.
 
2014-03-30 09:39:23 PM
Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.
 
2014-03-30 10:06:43 PM

FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.


Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.
 
2014-03-30 10:12:31 PM

BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.


A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.
 
2014-03-30 10:26:58 PM

FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.


Plenty of families aren't in the greatest financial situation, but we aren't taking kids away from otherwise loving parents because of that. His dad loves him, and showed that by fighting for him. That sounds to me like a parent who would do anything he can to make sure his kid has food, shelter, an education and love.
 
2014-03-30 11:20:32 PM
I only got as far as "Pittsburg State University in Kansas" before my frontal lobe exploded.
 
2014-03-31 12:53:31 AM
Good. Mom is lucky. Child is where he should be. Easy case.
 
2014-03-31 12:56:04 AM
Whoever named the kid "Hilkyah" should automatically lose custody forever.
 
2014-03-31 12:57:24 AM
Happy for the dad but there's one part of the story that raises a question...

"He shared custody 50-50 with the birth mother until the day after Christmas last year, when a Missouri judge granted Sampson full custody with visitation from the mother."

WHY THE fark DID THE BIRTH MOM HAVE ANY CUSTODY AT THIS POINT?
 
2014-03-31 12:57:28 AM
I always feel like the simplest solution for these kinds of women would be instead of "I put the baby for adoption." would be the terminal "It was stillborn." line.  Not everyone has 'funerals' for stillborns.
 
2014-03-31 12:59:42 AM

vladimpaler: Hilkyah


It could be Hebrew? That's the closest the name search gets.  Like with Aaliyah, Alia, etc. it could have one preferred spelling and the other is just one of the potential variations.
 
2014-03-31 01:02:29 AM
We've secretly replaced their child with Folgers Crystals, lets see if they notice.
 
2014-03-31 01:02:55 AM
Should have gone to Utah when they say closed adoption they mean it
 
2014-03-31 01:05:35 AM

Maggie_Luna: vladimpaler: Hilkyah

It could be Hebrew? That's the closest the name search gets.  Like with Aaliyah, Alia, etc. it could have one preferred spelling and the other is just one of the potential variations.


If the article has to include a pronunciation guide and uses two different spellings of a name, I'm going to say it's a bad name and shouldn't be used.
 
2014-03-31 01:08:15 AM

Deschain: Happy for the dad but there's one part of the story that raises a question...

"He shared custody 50-50 with the birth mother until the day after Christmas last year, when a Missouri judge granted Sampson full custody with visitation from the mother."

WHY THE fark DID THE BIRTH MOM HAVE ANY CUSTODY AT THIS POINT?


Cause women
 
2014-03-31 01:09:19 AM

BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.

Plenty of families aren't in the greatest financial situation, but we aren't taking kids away from otherwise loving parents because of that. His dad loves him, and showed that by fighting for him. That sounds to me like a parent who would do anything he can to make sure his kid has food, shelter, an education and love.


Christ, this.

My uncle found out he was a Dad a few years ago - 60s, his girlfriend's Dad spirited her off and it was all hush hush. His daughter and her family are totally part of our family now - my aubt and uncle see them damn near dailt - and it's awesome. At least he's got a granddaughter to dote on but I know he misses years lost.

Anyway, cool that the Dad already works in mental health and is going for nursing. Definitely seems to have the fighting/compassion combo down.

Jesus f--king Christ I actually enjoyed a Daily Fail article. Wtf dogs and cats living together.
 
2014-03-31 01:09:45 AM
Damn, that is dedication. He seems like he'll be a great father.
His genes don't seem nearly as powerful as his willpower, though. That's one of the strongest contrasts I've seen. Was his mom an albino elf or something?
 
2014-03-31 01:09:46 AM

shtychkn: Deschain: Happy for the dad but there's one part of the story that raises a question...

"He shared custody 50-50 with the birth mother until the day after Christmas last year, when a Missouri judge granted Sampson full custody with visitation from the mother."

WHY THE fark DID THE BIRTH MOM HAVE ANY CUSTODY AT THIS POINT?

Cause women


It's true. In custody most of the time vagina>penis holder. In terms of homosexual couples, biological parent> adoptive.
 
2014-03-31 01:10:47 AM
Women want equality, huh?
 
2014-03-31 01:17:06 AM
I know you're all living in your parents' basement, but is there any way we can help this guy with his legal bills?
 
2014-03-31 01:18:49 AM
Isn't anyone here seeing this? If the kid had been successfully adopted both biological parents are finantially off the hook. Now that the father has full custody doesn't the mother owe three years of back child support?

Follow the money folks.
 
2014-03-31 01:22:35 AM
Damn, that is dedication. He seems like he'll be a great father.
His genes don't seem nearly as powerful as his willpower, though. That's one of the strongest contrasts I've seen. Was his mom an albino elf or something?



This.  If I were the Dad, I'd have had the kid paternity tested. It's highly doubtful either of them were dating exclusively at the time the kid was conceived.
 
2014-03-31 01:23:25 AM

FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.


The guy seems like a good enough guy, good for him and whatnot
But not every case can be "he wants it he has a right to have it"
I'm pregnant because he decided he wanted a kid, and cut the condom. He's admitted to this. When I told him I was pregnant he said "I know, I did it on purpose"
He's threatened to kill me and keep it if I try to put it up for adoption.
We're both 17
He attacked me when a mutual friend helped me get an appointment at planned parenthood, which I eventually didn't go through with because I didn't want to upset my Catholic pro-life mother.
Are you saying I shouldnt keep the birth and adoption information from him come September, just on the grounds it's his?
 
2014-03-31 01:23:45 AM

DebinCO: I know you're all living in your parents' basement, but is there any way we can help this guy with his legal bills?


If the attorney is any kind of human being at all, he/she either did it pro bono, or is taking installments. My boss handled a rocky divorce with custody for a single mom, and is only billing her whatever she can pay monthly. Someone like this, they will pay regularly and without being reminded.
 
2014-03-31 01:27:34 AM

yourmomlovestetris: Damn, that is dedication. He seems like he'll be a great father.
His genes don't seem nearly as powerful as his willpower, though. That's one of the strongest contrasts I've seen. Was his mom an albino elf or something?


This.  If I were the Dad, I'd have had the kid paternity tested. It's highly doubtful either of them were dating exclusively at the time the kid was conceived.


I once saw a little boy who was white blonde with bright-bright blue eyes, and fair skin.  His parents were black.  The child looked like the parents thought, excluding his coloring. I would wage he wasn't albino just compared with the folks with albinism I've seen in real life.

This kids looks nothing like him, so yes I would be somewhat wondering as to the paternity if he were my kid. However I would think that at some point (three years after all) it was done.
 
2014-03-31 01:30:22 AM

FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.


For the same reason that you can deep freeze a fertilized embryo, and not a second grader.

Abortion arguments aside, *NOW* it's unquestionably a child. And parents have rights. Once mom pops the little bugger out, the rules change.

/Feel worse for the adoptive parents than I do for the dad. They get nothing. And are out thousands in adoption fees, which they will doubtlessly have to sue to recover. And probably go to the back of the line with whatever agency they go to next, if they have the heart to do so.
 
2014-03-31 01:31:33 AM
@yourmomlovestetris
FTFA

"'You've been alleged as a potential father,' she told him.
Sampson asked for a paternity test.
'If I'm the father I want it,' he said."
 
2014-03-31 01:41:44 AM
Meh, one dude in a million actually steps up for his kids.

/meanwhile, FOTY two links up is raping his...
 
2014-03-31 01:45:56 AM
Maggie_Luna: shtychkn: Deschain: Happy for the dad but there's one part of the story that raises a question...

"He shared custody 50-50 with the birth mother until the day after Christmas last year, when a Missouri judge granted Sampson full custody with visitation from the mother."

WHY THE fark DID THE BIRTH MOM HAVE ANY CUSTODY AT THIS POINT?

Cause women

It's true. In custody most of the time vagina>penis holder. In terms of homosexual couples, biological parent> adoptive.


The deal is that the birth mother, at that point, gave up her custody and presumably wasn't trying to get it back. Again, WHY did she end up with custody? If anything, it should have been between the adoptive family and the father.
 
2014-03-31 01:46:58 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: Meh, one dude in a million actually steps up for his kids.

/meanwhile, FOTY two links up is raping his...


And zilch jail time because he, "Wouldn't do well in prison."
 
2014-03-31 01:48:39 AM

The My Little Pony Killer: Meh, one dude in a million actually steps up for his kids.

/meanwhile, FOTY two links up is raping his...


If you think only one man in a million loves and takes care of his kids, then I kind of feel bad for you for whatever caused you to think that way.
 
2014-03-31 01:51:17 AM

zarker: FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.

The guy seems like a good enough guy, good for him and whatnot
But not every case can be "he wants it he has a right to have it"
I'm pregnant because he decided he wanted a kid, and cut the condom. He's admitted to this. When I told him I was pregnant he said "I know, I did it on purpose"
He's threatened to kill me and keep it if I try to put it up for adoption.
We're both 17
He attacked me when a mutual friend helped me get an appointment at planned parenthood, which I eventually didn't go through with because I didn't want to upset my Catholic pro-life mother.
Are you saying I shouldnt keep the birth and adoption information from him come September, just on the grounds it's his?


Honey. RUN. Screw your mom, you're cruising straight down 'abused til you're found in a ditch' territory there.
 
2014-03-31 01:53:43 AM
It's all nice until the adult relationship sours. When my son was little, I decided I didn't want him with his mother any more. She claimed he was not mine. Hired a lawyer, she didnt think I would, paid child support for a year until I got her to give him up to me. In the interim, if my child support check was late, she had her attorney notify my attorney as such. Turns out she was using the support checks to pay on her new car. So I mailed the checks late, after the mail was picked up, so they'd be delayed a day. Turns out, a guy she'd been "dating" knocked her up and stole her new car.  The cops recovered the car in Phoenix, but she couldn't afford to pick it up, so it was repoed.
I beat herattorney like a wet paper bag, needless to say, you pay for a 275/hr attorney, you get more than her 95/hr attorney.
Wha's up with the stupid ass names they give kids nowadays? May as well name all the boys "Sue".
 
2014-03-31 01:54:17 AM
And this is why couples are terrified to adopt American babies.  After the expense, and the waiting, bio parents can just walk back in and yoink the kid after the hard work is done.  Then you're left with a three year old wondering who the hell this guy is calling himself daddy and telling her that her mommy was a bad person, but she knows for a fact her mommy is a good person and lives with her real daddy back home.
 
2014-03-31 01:55:33 AM

ladyfortuna: zarker: FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.

The guy seems like a good enough guy, good for him and whatnot
But not every case can be "he wants it he has a right to have it"
I'm pregnant because he decided he wanted a kid, and cut the condom. He's admitted to this. When I told him I was pregnant he said "I know, I did it on purpose"
He's threatened to kill me and keep it if I try to put it up for adoption.
We're both 17
He attacked me when a mutual friend helped me get an appointment at planned parenthood, which I eventually didn't go through with because I didn't want to upset my Catholic pro-life mother.
Are you saying I shouldnt keep the birth and adoption information from him come September, just on the grounds it's his?

Honey. RUN. Screw your mom, you're cruising straight down 'abused til you're found in a ditch' territory there.


(I'd remove a lot of the filler of the quote if I weren't on mobile, I'm sorry it's a lot of text)
For an unrelated reason I'll be on the other side of the country when the time comes, he doesn't know where I'm currently living, and can't drive anyway. I think I'm safe for the most part
 
2014-03-31 01:59:20 AM
Seems to me that money he saved on a condom didn't do him any favors.
 
2014-03-31 01:59:21 AM

zarker: (I'd remove a lot of the filler of the quote if I weren't on mobile, I'm sorry it's a lot of text)
For an unrelated reason I'll be on the other side of the country when the time comes, he doesn't know where I'm currently living, and can't drive anyway. I think I'm safe for the most part


You never know. Don't give in to the information badgering from others when it comes; because... it sounds like it will. Good luck.
 
2014-03-31 01:59:48 AM

Ex-Texan: It's all nice until the adult relationship sours. When my son was little, I decided I didn't want him with his mother any more. She claimed he was not mine. Hired a lawyer, she didnt think I would, paid child support for a year until I got her to give him up to me. In the interim, if my child support check was late, she had her attorney notify my attorney as such. Turns out she was using the support checks to pay on her new car. So I mailed the checks late, after the mail was picked up, so they'd be delayed a day. Turns out, a guy she'd been "dating" knocked her up and stole her new car.  The cops recovered the car in Phoenix, but she couldn't afford to pick it up, so it was repoed.
I beat herattorney like a wet paper bag, needless to say, you pay for a 275/hr attorney, you get more than her 95/hr attorney.
Wha's up with the stupid ass names they give kids nowadays? May as well name all the boys "Sue".


They give kids ass names now? When I was little I only got the middle name.
 
2014-03-31 02:05:00 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet


being away from your child is not "dodging" it is "ditching"
Didnt your father teach you that ?
 
2014-03-31 02:05:38 AM

ladyfortuna: zarker: (I'd remove a lot of the filler of the quote if I weren't on mobile, I'm sorry it's a lot of text)
For an unrelated reason I'll be on the other side of the country when the time comes, he doesn't know where I'm currently living, and can't drive anyway. I think I'm safe for the most part

You never know. Don't give in to the information badgering from others when it comes; because... it sounds like it will. Good luck.


Doesn't even have my phone number, blocked on all social media, except tumblr.. Despite my emails to the staff. They insist there's nothing they can do, so I just refrain from actually putting any information on my blog.
Just to really enhance the "this guy is insane" thing, if you feel like it, check out his blog. Fireandicewitheverythingtwice. Among the blood and gore you'll find the heading to be "what if I were a murderer?"
But I don't have enough evidence to go to the police. Hope it stays that way really.
MY POINT BEING
WE CANT JUST GIVE PEOPLE CUSTODY BECAUSE OF THEIR DNA
but in this case good for him
 
2014-03-31 02:08:27 AM

minarke: Isn't anyone here seeing this? If the kid had been successfully adopted both biological parents are finantially off the hook. Now that the father has full custody doesn't the mother owe three years of back child support?

Follow the money folks.


That is not how it works.
 
2014-03-31 02:17:10 AM

zarker: WE CANT JUST GIVE PEOPLE CUSTODY BECAUSE OF THEIR DNA


This applies to mothers and fathers, because there's a lot more Malory Archer types out there than you'd think. Sadly, if the biological parents don't raise them, who will? So society tries to focus on helping the biological parents be the best parents they can be.
 
2014-03-31 02:20:42 AM
Wow.  Some of you twerps are complete farking douchebags.  I sincerely hope you do not ever ever conceive a child with anyone except for your treasured Ona hole.

Try and take away my kid.  See what farking happens to you and yours.
 
2014-03-31 02:34:13 AM

BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: BadReligion: FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.

Yup, let's blame the guy who wants to be a father, not the coont who tried to get rid of the kid behind his back.

A man has no choice in whether a woman keeps a child or has an abortion. By that logic, why does he have any say in whether she's going to put it up for adoption or not? His opinion is already worthless before birth, which is when the adoption decision is usually made.

/and yeah, she was a biatch for putting it up for adoption behind his back. If he actually wanted the kid, custody should have been his for the taking. But that just isn't how things seem to work. So, he then chose to take the kid away from a stable situation than he could provide.

Plenty of families aren't in the greatest financial situation, but we aren't taking kids away from otherwise loving parents because of that. His dad loves him, and showed that by fighting for him. That sounds to me like a parent who would do anything he can to make sure his kid has food, shelter, an education and love.



He saw an EPT test and walked away.  She figured well he's gone and gave it up for adoption.  He's an idiot and she did a shiatty thing by the adoption route in my mind.  The adoption agency is crooked.  The adoptive parents are assholes.

The guy is a complete idiot, but he deserves his kid.  fark you assholes who say otherwise.  As a single Father, fark you twice.  Look at those photos.  I know that feeling.  Go back to your basements and Mountain Dew you farking twerps.
 
2014-03-31 02:40:18 AM

eggrolls: /Feel worse for the adoptive parents than I do for the dad. They get nothing. And are out thousands in adoption fees, which they will doubtlessly have to sue to recover. And probably go to the back of the line with whatever agency they go to next, if they have the heart to do so.


If I were Mr. Sampson, I'd at least throw them a bone and let them visit him.  They deserve to more than the mother does, in this case.
 
2014-03-31 02:40:47 AM

brap: I only got as far as "Pittsburg State University in Kansas" before my frontal lobe exploded.


It's in Pittsburgh KS. A former DII champ. It plays in the MIAA the DII version of the SEC.
 
2014-03-31 02:43:37 AM

IlGreven: eggrolls: /Feel worse for the adoptive parents than I do for the dad. They get nothing. And are out thousands in adoption fees, which they will doubtlessly have to sue to recover. And probably go to the back of the line with whatever agency they go to next, if they have the heart to do so.

If I were Mr. Sampson, I'd at least throw them a bone and let them visit him.  They deserve to more than the mother does, in this case.


I doubt the mother cares
 
2014-03-31 02:49:09 AM

minarke: Isn't anyone here seeing this? If the kid had been successfully adopted both biological parents are finantially off the hook. Now that the father has full custody doesn't the mother owe three years of back child support?

Follow the money folks.


Implying that the law has no bias against gender..... The back child support only applies to men
 
2014-03-31 02:50:42 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Dude, you dodged a bullet. Why reload the gun and hand it back to the person trying to shoot you?

Also, taking the kid away from a presumably stable family so it can be bounced back and forth between a broke college dropout and a woman who cared so much for it she put it up for adoption in the first place sounds like it's really best for the kid.


As a single dad...fark you.
 
2014-03-31 03:05:06 AM

Molavian: Women want equality, huh?


No. They want superiority, especially in matters concerming children.

As it stands, a woman can make a unilateral decision to abortban unborn baby without permission of the father...killing HIS child and there's absolutely nothing he can do about it.
 
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