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    Whilst walking around the shops with my 20 year old brother, my dd who is just over 3 and me (i'm 31) being very pregnant,(he would always push her stroller for me) we would ALWAYS get filthy stares by everyone, especially old ladies. Once in K-Mart there was an eerie silence around us at the cash registers.... and my brother looked around and said loudly for all to hear ""no, i am NOT the father. I am her brother""... and everybody pretty much gave a sigh of relief!! lol.

    Funny how the dirty looks would suddenly dissappear.

    Once we were at a takeaway shop, and two guys came up to me and said ""jees, you look really young"" and i was like ""uh thanks'' (not knowing what they were on about) and then came "" how old were you when you had your son?"""(pointing outside to my brother who was hovering around) ... my reply "" i was 11. looks on their faces were priceless... lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    Whilst walking around the shops with my 20 year old brother, my dd who is just over 3 and me (i'm 31) being very pregnant,(he would always push her stroller for me) we would ALWAYS get filthy stares by everyone, especially old ladies. Once in K-Mart there was an eerie silence around us at the cash registers.... and my brother looked around and said loudly for all to hear ""no, i am NOT the father. I am her brother""... and everybody pretty much gave a sigh of relief!! lol.

    Funny how the dirty looks would suddenly dissappear.

    Once we were at a takeaway shop, and two guys came up to me and said ""jees, you look really young"" and i was like ""uh thanks'' (not knowing what they were on about) and then came "" how old were you when you had your son?"""(pointing outside to my brother who was hovering around) ... my reply "" i was 11. looks on their faces were priceless... lol.
    How sad is that! lol, you could very easily be a couple at 20 and 31, yet they all want to judge it

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    When we had just started TTC i was doing a hairdressing client with an apprentice assisting, client looks at me and says so when are you due?? just stood there and said unfortunately i'm not i'm just fat! it was probably rude of me to say but at the time i was heartbroken that we were having problems and getting sick of the so when are you having babies questions....

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    I have one that my mum did to my poor grandma

    My mum would have been about 4 or 5 and they were at the drs and an old aboriginal man was there and had on work clothes that were covered in dirt and dust, my mum turned to my gran and said at the top of her voice mum that man looks like a gorilla! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemmajam View Post
    I have one that my mum did to my poor grandma

    My mum would have been about 4 or 5 and they were at the drs and an old aboriginal man was there and had on work clothes that were covered in dirt and dust, my mum turned to my gran and said at the top of her voice mum that man looks like a gorilla! Lol
    Bahahahahahahah I can picture mum saying that too just wait Lou or bub will do it too

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