Emmy the red haired reindeer wrote (see)
the dude abides wrote (see) twins. i reckon it's twins. I'd like that.... but who would be first to the crown? the literal first born? or how would it be decided? I honestly wish them all the best but I do feel for her. A friend of mine suffered with HG during both of her pregnancies and was hospitalised twice for dehydration... but then again - what part of Pregnancy is nice/
the dude abides wrote (see)
twins. i reckon it's twins.
twins. i reckon it's twins.
I'd like that.... but who would be first to the crown? the literal first born? or how would it be decided?
I honestly wish them all the best but I do feel for her. A friend of mine suffered with HG during both of her pregnancies and was hospitalised twice for dehydration... but then again - what part of Pregnancy is nice/
None of it for me except getting a baby at the end. How can an alien growing inside you and not being able to drink/run well be an enjoyable thing?
And then there is the pain of trying to shoot it out of your south end. You piddle through a straw sized opening, probably accommodate a cock that's not as big as your baby's thigh... And get expected to thrust something out of your vagina that is equivalent to shitting a watermelon.
i think it has to be horrible....otherwize there'd be a hundred million bazillion babies!
This baby will have a strong jawline.
So my night with Kate Middleton was rather productive. Lol.
Alfred if it's a boy.........................
I've obviously missed something here, whose pregnant?
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge. Married to Prince William.
carterusm wrote (see)
KK - It's still more painful for a man having a kick in the balls than a woman to have a baby
You don't get kicked in the balls for 48 hours solid, unless you are a very bad man with big balls... Fact!
Or unless your balls are small enough to get made into 'that' retro desk toy.
And don't forget we have to shave most days too. You never hear us moaning about it though !
You don't 'have' to shave, you could grow like a hairy ape. And why not, it's there for an evolutionary reason: Too keep you warm and smelly, what's not to like?
OH PLEASE MEN, THAT IS A RHETORICAL QUESTION!
And I bid you all good night.
Men don't get an epidural before having a kick in the balls.
Besides, you lay down while giving birth. Us men stand up whilst shaving.
I don't believe it myself.
Did they Tweet at the moment of conception? no
Did they post it on UTube?, no.
Modern couple!? Not with obscuration of this nature.
Come on guys, reveal all, this is 2012.
So sad that because of sickness the fact that she is pregnant has been revealed before they are ready........
imagine now if she loses the baby.the whole world will be wanting to share in her grief...........even though they don't know her.........they will pretend as if they have had a personal loss and leave flowers in public so the world can see how much they are grieving....
why can't they just leave them to be normal for as long as they can.....best way would be to just abolish the royal family and they can have their own baby.......
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