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the croft woman!
10-12-03, 15:01
Would any of you guys out there like to experience a pregnancy of your own? I ask because when i went out with my mates, one of the guys said he secretly wants to be pregnant!!! Dont know if it was the drink talking or what!

kenny
10-12-03, 15:10
not me. not a prayer in h**l . he must have been realy drunk. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/yikes.gif

TopCat.TopBeing
10-12-03, 15:13
no thanks! :D http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

hmmm.. cool random question btw :D

Capt. Murphy
10-12-03, 15:34
We do experience pregnancy in a way... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/privateeye.gif The wife has terrible mood swings. :eek: :D

Besides, that would hurt. How would... Where would it.... :confused: (Nvrmnd)

I think they have weighted pads that fathers can wear so they can experience what it's like to atleast carry the baby. But you gotta figure the fake teets would have to be degrading enough as it is.

"I don't know nuff'n 'bout birth'n no babies....." And I don't want to know. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/privateeye.gif

Annacia
10-12-03, 15:38
Hi CW. You have to know that even if they would think it nobody around here would ever admit to it. At least not on a public forum ;) hehehe

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PSone
10-12-03, 21:09
I might like a wittle baby. But not the pain that comes with it! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Annacia
10-12-03, 21:25
Trust me PSone. The female half of the population isn't up on the pain either. We just don't have a choice.

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AnotherLara
10-12-03, 21:26
Pain-schmain, PSOne. Pain doesn't really get going until they hit 2 yrs old... http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/yikes.gif

stephaniedp
10-12-03, 21:42
Well the sole idea of the pain has put me off and I am NOT a man. Plus, the fact that I faint for a blood test and cannot even keep a drip in my vain without collapsing tell me that I am somehow not suited to go through pregnancy and I am happy this way. I suppose this doesn't answer your question though does it?! Any more guys out there for this threaaaaaaaaaaddd?!?!?!

the croft woman!
10-12-03, 22:11
hehehe http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Well ive heard from my mum that when you hold the baby in your arms after the birth, you forget about the pain! :eek: Pkus, one of my couisns thought she oonly had a belly ache when she was actually having contractions! So maybe the pain aint all that bad? :confused:

neil4768
10-12-03, 22:22
Its a womans job you so much better with pain.

Remember when a man has a cold its not a cold its the flu you just don't understand.

Harryu
10-12-03, 22:23
There is an old saying that goes like this...

"If women had the first baby and men had the second; then there would be no third"

I agree http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Aza

kenny
10-12-03, 22:26
neil they r going to kill u pronto. :D

AnotherLara
10-12-03, 22:31
Originally posted by neil4768:
Its a womans job you so much better with pain.
We have to be. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Only a gay man could possibly understand the agony that is a woman's lot! ;)

(Childbirth aside, that is). :rolleyes:

neil4768
10-12-03, 22:31
Kenny who's going to kill me they tell us we can't stand the pain.

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Annacia
10-12-03, 22:32
No, we're going to let Neil make it. God knew what he was doing, the stronger souls he made female.

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the croft woman!
10-12-03, 22:36
Originally posted by Aza:
There is an old saying that goes like this...

"If women had the first baby and men had the second; then there would be no third"

I agree http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

Azahttp://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/jumper.gif

Nicky
10-12-03, 22:36
Neil is right. Women are way stronger in dealing with pain.

Aza, that old saying is wise.

[ 10. December 2003, 22:38: Message edited by: Nicky ]

kenny
10-12-03, 22:50
hey i must have mis understood neil message. sorry everybody. nonething ment by it.

Draco
11-12-03, 01:12
I keep hearing that childbirth is only as painfull as you expect it to be...

Everyone builds you up, and you buy into it...

I dunno though...

gonga
11-12-03, 01:32
Apparently I haven't had the same life experiences you all've had, because the females I know are terrible wimps! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

On the other hand, pain knows no gender boundaries. If you have ever experienced significant burns or nerve damage, you have learned to shut out pain. So it depends on your experience with pain. Anyone can learn to deal with it if they have to. Pain means nothing to me. The pain I live with every day would incapacitate most people.

However, fevers knock me down for the count http://deephousepage.com/smilies/bricks1.gif

Annacia
11-12-03, 01:53
You know me and I don't think I'm a wimp.

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AnotherLara
11-12-03, 05:44
I may be a little self-indulgent sometimes (mostly for attention, I will confess), but I have never been a wimp in my life, and I will never allow myself to be - and I've had my fair share of opportunities to test that assertion!

AnotherLara
11-12-03, 05:46
As for childbirth - like gonga says, if you have no choice in the matter, you just deal with it. Besides, it's really not that bad.

Annacia
11-12-03, 05:46
You too huh??
( this was in reply to the post above the one above)
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[ 11. December 2003, 05:48: Message edited by: Annacia ]

the croft woman!
11-12-03, 07:41
i nearly killed my mum in when she was having me, pulled out her insides! :eek: I think that may have been just a bit painful..

stephaniedp
11-12-03, 08:45
I agree Croft Woman! One of the doctors I saw for my spinal injury among other things showed me a model of the spine and literally pulled the hips apart telling me that is what happens when a woman is pushing out a child. In most cases, while closing back together, the hips do not go back to their exact same before-labour position. Now is someone here telling me that something like that isn't THAT BAD?! All the women I talked to and asked 'is it painful?' went :eek: and said 'worse than I imagined it would be'. As for me, I am a Wimp and just talking about it makes....me....like.....I.......*faints*.

gonga
11-12-03, 11:12
Originally posted by Annacia:
You know me and I don't think I'm a wimp.

http://www.wtv-zone.com/IrishRose/HolidayGifs/Xmasbell.gifI wasn't referring to anybody on the forum...rather, the three I live with ;)

MInd you, I'm not saying women are wimps, I'm just saying that my life experience doesn't provide evidence that there's any in-born differences between the genders regarding pain tolerance.

chocco
11-12-03, 11:26
I'd say that it all depends from person to person.
Men can't have kids so easy enough maybe to say they could suffer the pain.
Women on the other hand if wanting children have no choice, but a woman's body prepares for childbirth in pregnancy. It still is very painful but we can bear with it.
Given this - If men had a choice to have a child or children, would there be any children?
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http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif :rolleyes:
Very interesting though! http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

AnotherLara
11-12-03, 14:30
Steph - don't let people put you off. Childbirth really isn't that big a deal (done it twice under very different circumstances, so I know my stuff). Chocco's right; childbirth is about as natural as it gets, and a woman's body prepares itself way in advance of the birth. So in my humble opinion (barring bizarre accidents), childbirth is a whole lot less traumatizing and ergo painful than, say, breaking a leg.

AnotherLara
11-12-03, 14:32
(Not that there's any harm in milking it for all the sympathy you can get, mind...) http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/tongue.gif

spence
11-12-03, 15:28
http://news.bbc.co.uk/olmedia/590000/images/_592025_pregnant_man150.jpg

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Annacia
11-12-03, 16:34
Originally posted by gonga:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Annacia:
You know me and I don't think I'm a wimp.

http://www.wtv-zone.com/IrishRose/HolidayGifs/Xmasbell.gifI wasn't referring to anybody on the forum...rather, the three I live with ;)

MInd you, I'm not saying women are wimps, I'm just saying that my life experience doesn't provide evidence that there's any in-born differences between the genders regarding pain tolerance.</font>[/QUOTE]OK. still friends :D . I have to agree with you, pain is pain no matter which side of the gender fence your on.

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[ 11. December 2003, 16:35: Message edited by: Annacia ]