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  • Just Dad

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  • I was never raised!

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Thread: Single Parents or both Parents, which one?

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    Single Parents or both Parents, which one?

    after reading the Gay marriage thread this question araised to me...who made you the way you are now, both of your parents , or just your mother or father ?

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    Refuse to answer as long as it says 'Mom', I'm afraid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    Refuse to answer as long as it says 'Mom', I'm afraid.
    can't edit the poll you milf hunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek View Post
    can't edit the poll you milf hunter
    Tsk, doesn't look like I'll be voting then... 'mom' reminds me of obese American SUV driving women.

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    My parents broke up when I was almost 19. so they both had an equal part in my childhood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    Tsk, doesn't look like I'll be voting then... 'mom' reminds me of obese American SUV driving women.
    hmm see your point...somewhere, although I know quite a few english people who say mam or mum, so mom...yeah whatever...

    your still a milfhunter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kweek View Post
    hmm see your point...somewhere, although I know quite a few english people who say mam or mum, so mom...yeah whatever...

    your still a milfhunter
    Yeah, 'mam' is fairly Northern ("me mam, me dad"), 'mum' is more middle-England suburbia... I still know a few friends who have a 'mummy' and 'daddy' but that's more to do with the people I go to school with.

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    haha looking at the places ive stayed in the UK mum seems the most familiar :')
    mummy and daddy is just...horrible!

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    Just Mum.
    Or something.

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    I've been brought up by my mum since I was 10; we've managed just fine as the 3 of us (including my sis), but I often wonder if I would have turned out differently if my Dad was still alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
    My parents broke up when I was almost 19. so they both had an equal part in my childhood.
    Mine waited till i was 22-23, so they both had an influence on my upbringing

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    Parents slit up when I was 5, but spent time growing up with both at different times, so really no poll option is relevant.

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    It's strange, really - it's almost as though dad waited until we were all grown up (I would say flown the nest, but my second-oldest sister (2 years older than me) was still living at home) before he decided he had enough of the whole marriage thing. Probably thank him for that, but at the end of the day it doesn't really worry me and they're both happy again with new partners now.

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