View Poll Results: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

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  • Yes. Having children is a moral obligation to God/society/family/etc.

    9 3.93%
  • No, they are free not to have children. They don't have to answer to anybody

    161 70.31%
  • Not if they have reproductive problems.

    2 0.87%
  • Yes, even if they have reproductive problems. They can adopt, you know.

    1 0.44%
  • They should get a medal for lowering world population.

    44 19.21%
  • Other

    10 4.37%
  • I don't know.

    2 0.87%
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean007 View Post
    Parenthood is OPTIONAL, not required.
    Not according to my ex it wasn't...
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeAndMirrors View Post
    CP, not only does nothing you said here make any sense in reference to my own posts, but you probably get thrashed on your evidence more consistently than anyone else on this entire forum. I just can't take you very seriously.
    cpwill getting thrashed? Nope. Seriously... nope.
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    Which kids come with patents? Could be quite an investment...
    Umm.... I don't get this.

    Which kids come with patents? I don't really understand this question.

    The other sentence fragment I am more confused about.
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    Umm.... I don't get this.

    Which kids come with patents? I don't really understand this question.

    The other sentence fragment I am more confused about.
    You said: I think couples that adopt patentless children should be celebrated

    That would indicate that some children come with patents. Seems pretty simple.
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    You said: I think couples that adopt patentless children should be celebrated

    That would indicate that some children come with patents. Seems pretty simple.
    Come from where with parents? Do you mean to say some children have parents?

    I was talking about children that don't have parents. They are at a disadvantage.

    So I still don't understand. Please take some time and think about what you are trying to say.
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by CLAX1911 View Post
    Come from where with parents? Do you mean to say some children have parents?

    I was talking about children that don't have parents. They are at a disadvantage.

    So I still don't understand. Please take some time and think about what you are trying to say.
    I was making a joke out of your misspelling of the words "parentless".
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    I was making a joke out of your misspelling of the words "parentless".
    okay, sorry Ididn't catch it. I am dyslexic and often over look misspellings.

    Looking back on it, yes it was quite funny.
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    Not according to my ex it wasn't...
    A little more detail would be helpful here. Are you saying your ex didn't consider parenthood to be optional but a requirement?

    If the "ex" was an ex-wife rather than an ex-girlfriend, that issue should have been discussed at length and resolved before marriage was even considered. When you have a marriage where one partner wants children and the other does NOT want them, it usually leads to divorce down the road.

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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocean007 View Post
    When you have a marriage where one partner wants children and the other does NOT want them, it usually leads to divorce down the road.
    We got divorced...
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    Re: Should childless couples be considered inferior?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bodhisattva View Post
    We got divorced...
    Sorry. That is usually what happens when the partners can't agree on the "kids or no kids" issue.

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