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It's like a really fat guy trying to get through a thin door frame. Just doesn't go through.
Fetus: Oh my God haha this placenta is sooo gooey hahaha.
God must have been on a three day bender.
Getting a tattoo when you're pregnant pretty much means you plan on staying fat after giving birth.
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This was their senior picture.
Mo impregnating mo problems
It's called a "sympathy pregnancy"
There's no Cancel?! I thought this site was pro-choice.
"That last pic was good babe, but next time can we get a really, really big bubble? I want to be able to FEEL the pop."
Even their unborn children are embarrassed for them
Tracy Morgan and Jimmy Kimmel: "IMPREGN8ED"
"... only stupid people are breeding."
She's 6 months pregnant. Which probably puts him at about 8.
That's what he gets for cheating on a pregnant southern girl.
She doesn't seem like the type of woman who'd be into this. But then again, she's wearing a kimono.
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