So apparently we can’t take away a humans rights to breed. But we CAN take away their children if they are abusive/drunks/addicts etc etc.
So why the fuck should she be able to keep her child if she is going to raise said child to be a fucking moron.
The child will be:
a) bullied for not knowing how many fucking days there are in a fucking week
b) most likely malnourished, reared, and yes reared because they will have the intelligence of a fuckin farm animal, on cardboard and c) a drain on society.
There are a kazillion fucking GOOD people who can’t have children and a damn site more BAD people who can have children. It’s not fucking rocket science.
Friendzone, after a little thought, I think weeks are used rather than months because they’re a more uniform measure of time. Because, while, a week is generally accepted as a period of seven days, and a month can be either 30, 31, or 28/29 in February.
Now, the given amount of time that the critter stays in there is never exact, but typically assumed, as I’ve heard, to be anywhere from 36 to 42 weeks, but then again, since It’s not an exact science, most of us are more willing to go along with the standard 9 month theory. The only people I’ve ever heard talking about it in weeks is the mother or the doctor. Personally, I think it’s just silly. It’s like counting down from 10 for the space shuttle, but not accurately pausing between seconds, thus, throwing off your time. Either way, that’s puppy is gonna blow!
Good to know, buddy. I never did understand all the nonsense regarding the measurement of time time involved in birthing a child. I even find it strange that some people feel the need to say their baby is 18 months old. Why can’t they just say it’s a year and a half old instead, it makes more sense to me that way. Oh well, people are silly anyways.