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Which one is your favorite?
Nadya Suleman says she hates being called Octomom. Here are some other suggestions, courtesy of Jimmy Kimmel.
What do you think?
I’m partial to lippotumus!
I love it!!!! It surely fits the bill to a tee!!!
Right On Jimmy!! Funny & truthful! Shame,shame, shame on YOU Dr. Phil! For all the time Dr. Phil spent on giving N.S. national attention, donations of both money and furniture, and coordinating Angels in Waiting, he and his staff should have been talking to N.S. 24/7. All that time should have been spent attempting to convince (and yes, if necessary, brainwash) N.S into placing all 8 newborns up for adoption. The liklihood that all 14 in this family will remain intact…10 years, 5 years, oh heck 2 years from now is highly unlikely. I’m sure in all of California…there has to be 4 financialy cabable married couples, with whom the babies could have been adopted out as 4 sets. That would have been the best case scenerio out of a VERY tragic, self-absorbed, selfish event!
And the hate goes on. Gee, I wonder, would the dislike be quite so bad if this were happening some decades ago before birth control, and before male and female sterilizations as the norm, for committed married couples who had produced their one or two child quota? And that across all faiths, and denominations, or lack thereof? Maybe sterilization isn’t such a good idea after all for a psyche at the height of his or her reproductive vigor? It forces the “altered party” to deal with issues that used to be reserved for menopause and old age! Sad stuff, serious loss. Anger? I know of at least one marriage ended, and one family ruptured after a vasectomy, another barely surviving. The men needed too much reassurance that they were still males, by pursuing other women… The names were pretty funny, though.
Yep, I do think I’ve got it. Angry people in the prime of life, who have surrendered their fertility too early to the surgeon’s knife, finding a dishonest focus for their frustrations: slavering with hatred for an admittedly unusual character who DARED to go against the popular norm. You can bet when she is old, and, sitting in the park, watching a proud young mom strolling by, she will have no regrets in terms of saying to herself, been there, done that. Will her detractors be able to claim the same satisfaction, I wonder? Apparently the birth of your child is one of the peak experiences of your life, no matter how politically incorrect the notion of a large family right now may be. So how’bout exploring a few more honest possibilities for your white hot rage, folks?
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