My wife has a friend that is pregnant by a sorry ass dude.
She is having complcations with the pregnancy and is always calling my wife crying about how her baby daddy ain't shit.
Now I feel for the woman because she is having a very hard pregnancy and she should not be forced to handle this on her own.
I don't feel bad for her situation.
My wife told me that she started messing with this dude while he was with another chick. She caught this dude with other chicks besides her and his "main" girl.
But she got pregnant by him anyway. She knew this dude wasn't shit, but she thought she could convince him to just be with her.
Now that she is pregnant, the dude has lost what little interest he had in her. She was crying to my wife last night about how he did not call her on Christmas. I told my wife to not tell me anymore about this stupid woman and her stupid problems.
And here's why......
She knew that this dude was not shit, but she had unprotected sex with him anyway. She knew that this dude was fucking her and 50-leven other chicks but she got pregnant by him anyway. She knew all this because he met HER on the creep and she has caught him creeping on HER.
So why should I care about her dumb ass when it is obvious that she did exactly what she wanted to do?
She knew that this little boy was fucked up, but she chose to make him the father of her child. I do not know if she planned on getting knocked up, but with all the knowledge she had about how this guy was, for her not to insist on using some protection was, well in my opinion, stupid.
She made her choices, so why is she crying now?
She knew, but she did it anyway.
So who is the dummy?
I feel for the baby, because it is the only innocent party here.
But my wife's friend?
She is just a stupid woman who thought that she could mold a boy into the man that she thought she needed.
She made her choices, so she needs to deal with them and don't cry about the choices SHE made.
Women should stop blaming MEN for the actions of BOYS.
Am I wrong for feeling like this?
I don't think so, but am sure that I will hear different.