I like to know

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#1

Are you the father of the child?


#2

I doubt it, considering I’m not of the male persuasion :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

runs away


#4

100% :iagree:


#5

I am a widow .And I can vouch for him that he is the father of my 3 Boys.
He was 14 years older when we met ,never been married & no kids.
Seen so many divorces Split famileys and so on .ONLEY THE CHILDREN SUFFER.
People DONT know or care what they put there FAMLEYS through.


#6

Name of child please

What are you running for? lmao


#7

i can say 100% i am NOT the father of the child :wink:


#8

I deny everything…
Or as Bill used to put it “I did not have sex with <fill in name>”


#9

No, I’m the child of the father.

I’ve always wondered about that expression… How can you be persuaded to be male or female? (ignoring trans-gender surgery)

When does this persuasion take place - is it a negotiation between egg and sperm? Does someone persuade an X or Y carrying sperm to impregnate the egg?

Or does someone persuade the stork to bring a male or female baby?

This is all very confusing! :confused: :stuck_out_tongue:


#10

/me smacks Drage - figure of speech smartypants (do Dragons wear pants?)…but you’re right, it is an odd one :smiley:


#11

:confused:

-Lets see a picture and maybe we can tell who it looks like.


#12

Err … I’ve never met the mother in my life.

No, you can’t take a DNA sample.


#13

Not yet, please ask again five years in the future.


#14

Lets see if I can add a picture



#15

Aha, the new million dollar baby. Nope, they haven’t asked for my DNA :slight_smile:


#16

I ain’t no Daddy Warbucks…that’s for sure.


#17

Seeing that our newborn twins are by IVF and I was there throughout the procedure, YESSSSSS, the child(ren) are 100% mine :iagree: :bigsmile: :iagree: :iagree: :cool:


#18

well I guess we now know who the father is

http://www.cnn.com/2007/LAW/04/10/smith.baby/index.html


#19

My wife guessed that long time ago. She said the baby looked just like Larry.


#20

lol nice pose. YAY! I am the father! Now give me my money.
Lost and found: child.