Monday, January 6, 2014

This is way messed up...

There ought to be a law…

A friend of mine still lives near Fort Bragg and I'm guessing she found this on Craig's List.  Some crazy bitch is trying to raise money by selling her positive pregnancy tests so that other crazy bitches can trick their boyfriends into marrying them.

Here's the thing, though.  Those pregnancy tests are notoriously unreliable after a certain amount of time has passed.  You take one and it's negative.   You wait awhile, and it will look like you got a positive result.  So you don't really need to buy a positive pregnancy test from some crazy woman at Fort Bragg.  Besides, while I understand that some people use marriage for financial stability or launching a life, starting a marriage with something like this dooms it to failure.  Marriages built on lies almost never last.

Anyway, I knew there was craziness at Fort Bragg, but this is pretty damn crazy.  Guys, watch out.  If your woman says she's pregnant, I would advise you to watch her take the test before you put a ring on it.  I know it seems strange for a woman to advise something like this, but I have been on the other side of a man who was married to a nutcase.  Don't be dumb.


  1. That's disturbing and sad. Engagements built on pregnancy are not what you should be seeking in your life. You should want someone to marry you because they can't stand the thought of not sharing their life with you. Marrying you because you're pregnant...recipe for disaster.

  2. I'm not a major proponent of a nanny state in which every conceivable wrong is covered by some government statute, but advertising a service intended to defraud someone probably should be illegal.

    1. I have a feeling that ad got axed pretty quickly. I went looking for it earlier today and didn't see it. It's very messed up, though.


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