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When you're visibly pregnant, people tend to comment. Sometimes they say nice things, and other times what comes out is rude, rude, rude.
The rudest comment I got when I was pregnant was about my age. How old are you and you’re having a kid? That it was scary and depressing.
Basically, my age. You’re too old to have a baby. You have no business having a baby. You’re not going to be ready for this. It’s not fair to your child.
Gosh, you’re so old to be getting pregnant for the first time. And I’m going, “I’m 33 or 32,” however old I was. Like, “What century do you live in?”
When I was pregnant with my third child, I got comments from the most random of people. I had one woman walk up to me in a supermarket and say, “Well, are you half rabbit?” And I said, “Well, are you a half jerk?”
People would say, “Oh, you do not look like you’re having twins.” Or, “Are you sure you’re having twins because you’re very small to be pregnant?”
The rudest comment that I recall someone making fun of my wife was saying that she had swollen feet and they look like elephant feet.
One of my coworker’s wives. And she came up to me while I was working and we were talking about it. And I mentioned that I was pregnant again. And she said, “Don’t you know what causes that?”
I mean I’m sure I had some relatives that said things like, “Whoo. You look like you’re about to pop.” But I think everybody gets those comments and towards the end, you just want to slap them and say, “Yes. I am ready to pop.”