Your GF looks just like your mother!

Discussion in 'Human Science' started by Syzygys, Sep 3, 2008.

  1. Tht1Gy! Life, The universe, and e... Registered Senior Member

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    They all look alike to me.:shake:

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  3. Diode-Man Awesome User Title Registered Senior Member

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    Seeing as I'm the last of 10 kids... my mom looks a bit older than the sort of wife I'll be choosing. Still though, she has great DNA, to me she looks 10 years younger than she is.

    I'm sure many jaws will drop at the "10 kids" piece there. Whos did?
     
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  5. Dr Lou Natic Unnecessary Surgeon Registered Senior Member

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    Was your mother an opossum?
    10 isn't so strange for an opossum.
     
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  7. 11parcal Saint of Cynicism Registered Senior Member

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    I Have the same name as my GF's dad does that count? she doesn't look anything like my mother though
     
  8. Syzygys As a mother, I am telling you Valued Senior Member

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    Only if your GF is blind.
     
  9. shorty_37 Go! Canada Go! Registered Senior Member

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    MINE :jawdrop: God, she must have been a patient woman. Does she still have all her hair? I would rip all mine out.
     
  10. 11parcal Saint of Cynicism Registered Senior Member

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    No, she looks very good

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  11. Tht1Gy! Life, The universe, and e... Registered Senior Member

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    I don't know that I'd say my wife looks like my mom. But I'd say she's built like my mom, plus sized and busty.

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  12. iceaura Valued Senior Member

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    After the first few, you can delegate things like shoes. Babysitting is free.

    I've noticed moms with just a couple of kids seem to put a lot more work into the project. Mine handled eight with less apparent effort than I see for two these days. The neighbors had six, the farm down the road had eighteen - they ate in shifts.

    The kids raised each other, actually - no patience involved, most of the time. They get on the nerves, mom kicks them out of the house - go play outside. There was always a critical mass of relative safety, and kitchen windows facing all the yards (and you could afford to lose a couple). Interestingly, adults tolerated more in the way of petty damage and general mayhem, from the neighborhood children. As children become sparser, they seem to become more irritating rather than less.

    Of me and my sibs, I would say four coupled up with reasonable analogues of their parents, and four did not.
     

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