My rant for da day

Okie dokie. Here�s my �Pregnant women are stupid� vent. (Sorry to all you preggers out there, hopefully you�re not one of them.)

Stupid woman at doctor�s office this morning (on phone to husband): The packet says I can drink a coke! (hangs up phone.) Yes!
Later on, to nurse. �Is it safe to eat at Subway? How many months is 36 weeks?�
Stupid women on message board:
1. Can I eat turkey?
2. My cat is jumping on my stomach! Will it hurt the baby?
3. Is it okay to tell my mom before my mother in law?
4. Oh no! I took pepto bismol!

Also, everyone is soooo afraid of hurting anyone�s feelings. TMI= too much information. �Sorry if this is TMI.� Well biznitch, you got a thingie about to come out of your cooter. We�re all in the same boat.
M/c � not allowed to talk about miscarriage. You know what? They happen. Not mentioning it doesn�t mean the damn miscarriage fairy is going to avoid you.
�God mention� Oh good grief. Can�t even mention God in your freaking post anymore?????
You know what? I�m not very anal about this whole pregnancy thing. Why? BECAUSE BABIES HAVE BEEN COMING OUT OF COOTERS FOR A REALLY LONG TIME NOW. I think your little idiot will be okay, too. I don�t even plan on taking a �birth class.� Why? Because my ass doesn�t need to lay on a floor so you can tell me how my cooter will stretch. I�ve seen the pics. I can figure it out. If I want Starbucks, I go. If I want to drink Coke instead of ginger ale, then good for me. I eat tuna and lunch meat and abstain from alcohol. And I bought an extra turkey just for the big day.

3 Responses to “My rant for da day”

  1. Allison
    November 27th, 2003 09:27

    Yep, that cooter sure does some stretchin’. LMAO

    You crack me up!

  2. Texas T-Bone
    November 28th, 2003 10:59


    We took the birthing class, the early childhood care class and child CPR. Learned a lot from all of them. It was good to see the hospital facilites and meet the people who would be around when the baby came. It’s up to you guys, but we learned much from the people in the class, too, not just the teachers. And it was good to know what to expect at every stage.

    The Cutlet jumped out of my wife’s tummy. He had progressed to a certain point, and was positioned so that he was stuck. We were glad we had a lot of information about both processes, because you never know when it will become necessary.

  3. backgammon setup
    April 4th, 2005 21:07

    backgammon setup
    Physics investigates the essential nature of the world, and biology describes a local bump. Psychology, human psychology, describes a bump on the bump. by

  • Etc.

    • www.flickr.com