[email protected] take some mindless examples literally and as proof of my ideals and opinions, by the way. [email protected] thinking about this on your way to school, what the fuck? Having kids is a dream for some people. If everyone were to follow your advice, it would be a sad day for humanity.
Why would you mention super models if you didn't think they were the ideal women?
You brought it up under the pretext that unless I was married to one, I couldn't pity you, as if the fact that you think KFC is yummy isn't enough reason for my pity.
Having kids is a pretty low-grade dream, it is not like getting pregnant is difficult (and there is always adoption).
People in civilized nations, where the economy has already boomed and settled down, have less kids.
Kids are sorta a thing for poor people and fundamentalist religious nuts.
It is not like pregnancy does great things for a woman's body either.
Humanity of course would never fully go for the "lets not have children" plan, so there will always be kids.
But caring for "humanity" is pretty bizarre, unless you believe in reincarnation, or you believe that mankind will eventually escape the Earth and live amongst the stars, what is the point about caring about the future of the human race? Eventually this planet will be inhabitable.
Resources being as bare as they are, the less kids everyone has the better.
You really think the coleslaw is individually packaged for your freshness? I imagine they have 5 gallon buckets.
But what are you doing ordering a normal size thing of coleslaw anyway? It is freaking watery cabbage mixed with mayonnaise.
That's very true.
We're living on a planet with very limited resources and we just keep on multiplying. The rich have few kids, while the poor just keep on piling them up for display. I don't quite get the logic of it. And people just keep on get more and more, while the planet is draining by the day. We are not really providing for the future, humanity is slowly suffocating itself.
I do agree, life is something that needs to be cherished, but people are no longer doing that.
They call it the miracle of life, but with 6.9 billion people it's growing to become more of an epidemic.