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Well what's your choice?

Two choices.....

Life decisions that people have to make are never simple.
The importance of the initial decision should always be examined over the long run.

Consider the following two choices...

Should I get a dog...

...or should I have children?





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offline Sharming Paula

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Andrew - true story.
I have had my dog 15 months now a little Parson Jack Russell. So far he has cost me almost £3000 in damage to the home.
He has been smacked, shouted at, locked out in the garage and ignored but, he is still pleased to see me and still shows his affection.
He has been good for about 6 months now and I wouldnt be without him. His destructive days are over.
Children on the other hand - I hate them!! Sterilised many years ago. Best days work I ever done smile

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Hate is such a strong word Paula.

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Sorry Cantos - my personal opinion.
We all have a choice and that is mine. I dont have any maternal instincts at all (think there must be something missing in my genetic make-up)

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I understand your personal choice,but hate may not be the best word to use.

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You are being horrid to me tonight Cantos.
OK DISLIKE then - same bloody thing!!!

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I will accept dislike. smile

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Do I care if you dont??

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offline American FLEET FAN No1

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Now now, children, try to get along, please!

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The barren old hag started it. grin

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Uh Oh! I don't have a dog in this fight! bolt

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I'd go for a dog...you can always dress them up as children, if you fancy a change

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Cantos - I like being barren. I ain't old though - a young 45 wink

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Originally Posted By: Greg_Dyke
I'd go for a dog...you can always dress them up as children, if you fancy a change


Whatever floats your boat!

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I have both and the dog wins grin

Life choices are so hard. Hardly a choice half the time. Just doing as expected and not as wanted and by the time you've worked it out it's too late!

When you have kids they become the most important thing in your life. You'd literally kill for them. Then they become teenagers and you'd literally kill them!

My dog loves me and i love my dog and i get no back chat and 100% gratitude grin

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All a bit academic for me !

Had our two kids. Now have Four Grand-Children.

Own three cats.

I do basic dog training for other people.

Next Question ???

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Like you JR, I have had room in my life for both. I respect peoples choice not to have kids if they don't want them. Far better to not have kids, than to have them and then regret it, and make your own, and their lives totally miserable!

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My daughter's only words are 'bow wow' and 'woof moo' (some kind of hybrid dog-cow, I'm assuming), so I don't notice any difference.

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