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[–] AndrewBlazeIt 0 points 36 points (+36|-0) ago 

Motherhood doesn't change who someone is, it reveals it.

If being a mom makes someone whiny and obnoxious, they were always whiny and obnoxious. "Having a child" is just their excuse to be shitty.

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[–] AndrewBlazeIt 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

Because now they have an excuse.

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[–] callthehambulance 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Same with being drunk. I worked in pubs a long time, and it annoys me when people claim to only be sucks with a skinful in them

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[–] scootypufftipper 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago 

I’m holding my 3 week old son as I read this and couldn’t agree more. I HATE fat moms. I’m out and active as much as possible. It’s not that hard. I’m not back in my pre-maternity jeans yet (carrying a little bit of extra weight is so hard. I don’t understand how people can stand to live as a fat!) but I still look good. Most women are surprised I’m only 3 weeks post partum and are complimentary, but the FATS give me side eye and jealous sneers. Me and my 3 week old are triggering — haha, feels good!

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[–] scootypufftipper 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Thank you!

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[–] Apexbreed 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago 

I love watching my wife inadvertently shitlord fatties when she talks about how quickly she lost the baby weight. After each pregnancy too. All the fats that use the birth of a child as their excuse for over eating get so piggered, it's hilarious. I never felt the need to explain to my wife the dynamics of fat-jealousy towards humans like her. I'll just keep enjoying the show.

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Congratulations on your new baby! I'm so happy for you--babies are awesome. Being a mom is awesome.

I'd say I hope your son is as good and easy as my daughters were/are, but come on, you're a shitlady, so of course he will be. :-)

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[–] scootypufftipper 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you! Babies ARE awesome.

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[–] NoviceApproach 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

My first, I was back in regular clothes that week (he was a very long baby). My second was a tiny little guy and it took about a 2 months before I went back to normal. Be careful of the hormones right now. This is when you are completely stable one second, and a crying mess the next. Just remember it is not your behavior or anything, it is the flush of hormones in your body leveling back out

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[–] scootypufftipper 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I’m hoping to be back to normal in another month. It’s amazing how much I’ve shrank already, but there’s still more to go before I can fit back into those size 4 jeans. I miss my clothes!!!

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[–] stefwithanF 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

O honey. Just wait til your kid's old enough to take to the playground. You'll want to play with her, & you will. When the SheHams peek up from their phones, they will glare at you with the fire of a thousand sun's.

You'll see their little piglets who will want their mum's to help them on the equipment. Them mom's can't or won't, & it will break your heart

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[–] stefwithanF 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Plenty. Kids seem to like me, so I'll play wuth the piglets, too, & get dirty looks from the moms. I truly enjoy that tho

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Eh, I was never much of a "play" mom. I did play with them, but not all the time. I was a "read to you" mom and a "does crafts and baking and stuff with you" mom--I was/am just not very good at playing pretend games, and don't especially enjoy it (and I wanted to teach them to amuse themselves, too, and that they could have fun on their own) .

I always played at a playground, though, if for no other reason than to keep an eye on them and help them. But at home? Maybe half an hour/hour a day, here and there, with lots of reading stories and "help mommy fold clothes" or whatever in between.

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[–] IggyReilly 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Ugh, I remember those feelings. Playing lava monster with my son when he was little, other kids wanting to join in. So sad to their parents just sitting on the bench giving me death glares.

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[–] stefwithanF 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Exactly. A few times, when I've helped random kids across the monkey bars, I'll say, "oh in a bit honey, or you can get your momma to right now" and just wait. I feel.awful for the disappointed kids, but ffs, play with them when they actually want to be around you!

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[–] PenguinOrgy 1 points 12 points (+13|-1) ago  (edited ago)

I love the look of hate I get from fat moms when they see me out with my son. When I'm by myself they can pretend I'm some rich housewife bitch, but when their excuses melt away in the form of a tight ass with a well behaved son, oh if looks could kill. You mean I didn't turn into a blob the moment I got pregnant? You mean I have time to take care of myself and another person?

It's especially fun in grocery stores when they see me eyeball their carts.

Fuck fat moms.

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[–] Rshack 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

Keep doing the Lords work!

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[–] ButtesNWholes 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago 

Is there a place on the Internet for women who hate other women? Because the last bit really resonated with me and I know there are others like you out there.

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[–] Daucus7 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I know a chick who has to be 250 lbs.,maybe? Due in August, she eats fast food every day and smokes like a chimney. Took forever to realize she was pregnant because she'd always looked pregnant, waddling frontbutt. Father lol wut father. Sometime I wish she'd just have a miscarriage. Maybe that makes me a bad person, but the kid isn't going to stand a chance.

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[–] Speshul_Sn0wflake 1 points 9 points (+10|-1) ago 

It doesn't make you a horrible person at all. She's garbage, and she'll unfortunately raise her kid to be garbage. Sure, there's a chance the kid will turn tail and end up the opposite, but that likely won't happen and if it does it'll be later in life. Unfortunately, the people who breed the most are the ones who shouldn't be. I know that sounds bad but some gene pools need a lot more chlorine than others.

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[–] DorothyMantooth 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Ugh. As a smoker, I HATE women who smoke while pregnant and/or smoke around their children. I quit the second I found out I was pregnant both times, and it sucked but it was not even a question for me--granted, I'm a fairly light smoker (sometimes I can keep a pack three or four days), but still. And when I started again (months after each), I never, ever smoked/smoke in my house or around my kids, even though they're teenagers now. It's not fucking hard to wait until Baby is napping to step outside for a few quiet minutes.

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[–] matthew-- 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

What I don't understand is where are the fathers? Don't they feel disgusted fucking fat women?

I'm so proud of my wife. It's been two years but she's finally dropped the pregnancy weight from 120lbs to 110lbs. Her goal is around 100lbs. All she did was stop eating as much.

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[–] matthew-- 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Not sure how long ago that was, but I'm sure she knew and understood well and clear (you ladies are very good at this kind of thing), she was just willing to call his bluff. Whether they're still together or not, I'm not sure.

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[–] ChipSlap 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Sounds like my idiot fat bitch of a mother. Nothing is ever her fault even when everyone she knows tells her that it is.

I’m just glad I’m adopted.

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