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Postby ksl » Mon, 30 Jan 2012 8:39 pm

poodlek wrote:
mummy mantras wrote:
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I've been looking for an article i read last year, that stated some facts of married women that deliberatly got banged up by men with superior IQ'a to their husband, to give her children a better chance in life without the husband or child finding out.



Which makes me wonder: Why didn't these women just marry a smart guy in the first place, so they could have his high IQ genes all to themselves? :D

Or did they marry a rich but stupid guy, for which they had to compensate by getting a 'sperm donor' with a higher IQ? But that would mean then that despite this other guy's higher IQ, it hadn't contributed to his worldly wealth one bit... so his high IQ was just good for... what exactly? :wink:



Hahahaha TOUCHE.
Simply put not many slappers get out of the gutter, they end up with their own kind, though a one night stand with any Middle Class or higher will secure her alimony too until the child is old enough.
Actually at this present time there are hundreds if not thousands of women from poor Countries looking for male sperm in Singapore it's called survival so hang on to your male partners, as protection is the last thing on their minds. :lol:

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Postby the lynx » Tue, 31 Jan 2012 8:44 am

mummy mantras wrote:Which makes me wonder: Why didn't these women just marry a smart guy in the first place, so they could have his high IQ genes all to themselves? :D

Or did they marry a rich but stupid guy, for which they had to compensate by getting a 'sperm donor' with a higher IQ? But that would mean then that despite this other guy's higher IQ, it hadn't contributed to his worldly wealth one bit... so his high IQ was just good for... what exactly? :wink:


Because the sad fact remains - that you can't have IQ and wealth in the same man :P

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Postby lienweisz » Mon, 03 Dec 2012 9:39 pm

Been looking for a clinic that can get rid of the baby. I don't think it is illegal here in Singapore right?

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Postby taxico » Mon, 03 Dec 2012 11:01 pm

you can terminate it safely and legally at any OBGYN. some of them (not all) have their own private operating room - this will keep costs low. usually out-patient procedure.

it is legal but the patient has to sit through a consult and video tape and recuperate at the clinic for a few hours.

try to find the most experienced specialist you can afford. it will help reduce scarring (important for future family planning reasons).

edit: to be a little clearer on why an experienced specialist is important...
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Postby zzm9980 » Tue, 04 Dec 2012 10:13 am

lienweisz wrote:Been looking for a clinic that can get rid of the baby. I don't think it is illegal here in Singapore right?


I like how we're trying to be discrete by using a small font size.

:lol: :roll:

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Postby ecureilx » Tue, 04 Dec 2012 10:27 am

zzm9980 wrote:
lienweisz wrote:Been looking for a clinic that can get rid of the baby. I don't think it is illegal here in Singapore right?


I like how we're trying to be discrete by using a small font size.

:lol: :roll:


and in smaller words (with no affiliation) .. the big office / mall in front of Lucky plaza has a 'clinic' to 'get rid' of the baby ..

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Postby kikeo » Tue, 18 Dec 2012 2:35 pm

haha LMAO... "getting rid of the baby"... that's a nice way to put it

:D :D

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Postby nutnut » Tue, 18 Dec 2012 3:24 pm

So, that abortion clinic in your signature is no good????
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Postby offshoreoildude » Tue, 18 Dec 2012 3:47 pm

You can legally make (some) money by adopting out babies in Singapore. The mothers entire pregnancy and confinement can be covered with a 'salary' that replace her normal salary (so for example if your gf earns $3000 a month when she's not pregnant you can charge that). The adoptive parents will also pay the medical bills and other expenses.
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Postby taxico » Wed, 19 Dec 2012 3:09 pm

offshoreoildude wrote:You can legally make (some) money by adopting out babies in Singapore. The mothers entire pregnancy and confinement can be covered with a 'salary' that replace her normal salary (so for example if your gf earns $3000 a month when she's not pregnant you can charge that). The adoptive parents will also pay the medical bills and other expenses.


that is an extremely difficult and sh!tty way to earn money legally. a womb shouldn't be up for the highest bidder (no offense to couples desperate for a child).

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Postby nutnut » Wed, 19 Dec 2012 4:10 pm

taxico wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:You can legally make (some) money by adopting out babies in Singapore. The mothers entire pregnancy and confinement can be covered with a 'salary' that replace her normal salary (so for example if your gf earns $3000 a month when she's not pregnant you can charge that). The adoptive parents will also pay the medical bills and other expenses.


that is an extremely difficult and sh!tty way to earn money legally. a womb shouldn't be up for the highest bidder (no offense to couples desperate for a child).


Surely that's up to the woman containing the womb? Personally, I wouldn't want a baby of another family coming out of my wife. However, I have no moral issues with those who want to provide the service for a fee! Men donate sperm for money and women eggs, why not the whole service bundle?
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Postby offshoreoildude » Wed, 19 Dec 2012 4:37 pm

taxico wrote:
offshoreoildude wrote:You can legally make (some) money by adopting out babies in Singapore. The mothers entire pregnancy and confinement can be covered with a 'salary' that replace her normal salary (so for example if your gf earns $3000 a month when she's not pregnant you can charge that). The adoptive parents will also pay the medical bills and other expenses.


that is an extremely difficult and sh!tty way to earn money legally. a womb shouldn't be up for the highest bidder (no offense to couples desperate for a child).


Strictly speaking it is meant to be for covering of expenses and lost income. For some, who cannot tolerate abortion, it is a very good option. There is no 'bidding' involved - at least not in my real life experience of adopting a child here. If there was; and the amounts paid were unrealistic compared to expenses and offset income - the family court and MCYS would pick it up IME.
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Postby taxico » Wed, 19 Dec 2012 4:43 pm

for me, this will go into a lengthy ethical/legal argument for and against surrogacy.

too tiring.

in short: i'm not against the idea of surrogacy, but i am against the idea of exploitative surrogacy (for either or both parties) and firmly believe that payments beyond the usual fees for all bills relating to the pregnancy are inappropriate.

ie, surrogacy should not be about financial gain.

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Postby bowenkhong » Wed, 19 Dec 2012 8:41 pm

lol we all got trolled!


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