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    Default Misbehaving mums to be

    Anyone else watching?

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    Me I am

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    Yeap I watched

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    Yep. Felt sorry for the poor baby with the teen parents who couldn't quit. Hope they at least are doing it outside now

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    Watching it now!

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    I was so happy with the other couples, and the young couple seem to want to do the right thing, but don't have the ability to commit.

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    The most interesting bit was the woman who cried so much when the monitor showed she was poisoning her baby - and then had a smoke straight after to calm her nerves! Shows how addictive it is, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopeg View Post
    The most interesting bit was the woman who cried so much when the monitor showed she was poisoning her baby - and then had a smoke straight after to calm her nerves! Shows how addictive it is, I guess.
    The past few episodes they have all done the same, cried when told then gone out for a cigarette!

    Last week a woman was told she was nearly morbidly obese then went outside and had a snickers follwed by a takeaway pizza!

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    Really enjoying tonights episode, nice to see what has happened to the Mums after the babies are born.

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    I've not heard of this show but I'm curious *googles*


 

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