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KaramelK KaramelK 8 years
Oh yes, my MIL (God rest her soul) was famous for asking me how much I weighed... had the nerve to tell me to get on a scale in her room! I had the popular saying "Are you having twins/triplets??" Every friend that was in nursing school tried to diagnose me with every possible pregnancy ailment! So annoying... just let us be beautifully round & happy!
LuvLeoDiCaprio LuvLeoDiCaprio 8 years
Pretty much all the comments are rude it's hard enough being pregnant without people asking you stupid things.
OhMyDragonflys OhMyDragonflys 8 years
That picture made me sick sick.
Koneko Koneko 8 years
Another piece of related advice - don't make pregnancy comments to women who aren't actually pregnant! A non-pregnant friend of mine - who struggles with health and weight issues - was mortified when once asked by a sales assistant when she was due. Awkward! So unless you're 100% certain a person is pregnant, avoid that particular topic of conversation.
Sasorisa Sasorisa 8 years
Funny how my friends and I always bet on how much weight gain there will be when any of us get pregnant! I won the last bet lol...
LadyLiLa83 LadyLiLa83 8 years
It's not something discussed, but why must people come up and touch your belly??? I hated that when I was pregnant. Um, excuse me, ma'am, but you have huge boobs. Do you want me to just come up and start grabbin?? Didn't think so.
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