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  • I already saw this posted all over Facebook. So we were second to Reddit and now we are second to Facebook??

    /Whats the world coming to?
  • A marriage induced by fraud can be unilaterally dissolved by request.  You go with that plan ladies.
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    Anthracite: I already saw this posted all over Facebook. So we were second to Reddit and now we are second to Facebook??

    /Whats the world coming to?


    Fark has been the last place news gets posted to for quite awhile now. I usually just come here for the discussion after reading the news elsewhere and it usually takes hours before the story pops up here.
  • Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.
  • Girls will be girls :)
  • Not sure I believe the story.

    If it is true, every woman involved should be sterilized with forced abortions for the ones selling the tests.
  • robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.


     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.
  • 420Gabriel: Not sure I believe the story.


    Check Chicago, I got 3 results when searching for "positive pregnancy test".
  • freak7: 420Gabriel: Not sure I believe the story.

    Check Chicago, I got 3 results when searching for "positive pregnancy test".


    Over 200 miles away from me, but there are 3 also in the Dallas, TX area when I searched CL for the same thing.
  • Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.


    Then offer them quietly. Perhaps write it into insurance requirements. Too many women tricking their poor husbands into raising someone else's bastard.
  • robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.


    They should be required, but that's irrelevant to this particular type of deception, since these women are faking pregnancies.  You can't test a non-existence baby, and the lie becomes pretty obvious a few months down the road anyway, no test needed.
  • Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.


    Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

    Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.
  • Emposter: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

    They should be required, but that's irrelevant to this particular type of deception, since these women are faking pregnancies.  You can't test a non-existence baby, and the lie becomes pretty obvious a few months down the road anyway, no test needed.


    I know, I was just taking it a step further.

    My best friend had an ex who used this tactic for months, claiming to be pregnant. He was all kinds of excited, he loved her, was totally ready to raise  kid, They got hitched. Couple months later she claimed to have an abortion, broke his heart. Came clean with the truth a few weeks later.

    She was crazy, though.
  • the_cnidarian: Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.

    Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

    Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.


    In many (some?) states, if you do not object at the time the birth certificate is made, you are the father regardless of any paternity test in the future.  The test should be required by law before the birth certificate is issued.
  • People offering them for sale means nothing -- I can offer a paperback of The Da Vinci Code online for $1,000, but that doesn't mean anyone's going to buy it. I won't get really depressed unless there's actually a strong market for these things (a small part of that will be due to the fact that I threw all of my positive sticks away like a sane person instead of saving them to cash in).
  • Emposter: A marriage induced by fraud can be unilaterally dissolved by request.  You go with that plan ladies.


    the_cnidarian: Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.

    Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

    Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.


    Odds are, I wouldn't need the marriage dissolved...

    the body is another story.
  • I think it goes something like this:  Oops, birth control failed.  They quit using birth control for obvious reasons.  Girl actually gets pregnant.
  • Emposter: A marriage induced by fraud can be unilaterally dissolved by request.  You go with that plan ladies.



    These purchased test results could also be used to manipulate the actions and emotions of a current husband.

    Showering his wife with affection at the good news and later gallantly escorting her through the tragedy of miscarriage.
  • Wanna get your boyfriend to pop the question?

    The question I would pop would be, "who else have you been farking" since I had a vasectomy.
  • Admiral_Halsey: I think it goes something like this:  Oops, birth control failed.  They quit using birth control for obvious reasons.  Girl actually gets pregnant.


    That's why there needs to be a BC pill/shot for men.
  • OgreMagi: the_cnidarian: Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.

    Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

    Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.

    In many (some?) states, if you do not object at the time the birth certificate is made, you are the father regardless of any paternity test in the future.  The test should be required by law before the birth certificate is issued.


    In Florida at least you don't even have to be on the birth certificate if you're married. Even if the father doesn't have anything to do with the birth, If the mother can prove you were married at the time of conception then that kid is yours as far as the state is concerned. I had a friend leave his wife when he found out she was pregnant with another guys kid. The state still slapped him with child support because they were married at the time, even though his ex-wife admitted the boy wasn't his.
  • OgreMagi: the_cnidarian: Esroc: robohobo: Paternity tests should be offered at every birth. Seriously.

     If offered then most husbands/wives will refuse it as to not risk pissing off their significant other. And they're pretty easy to get if you really do want one.

    Translation: If the husband is offered a paternity test when the wife is present, he will firmly refuse to avoid conflict.

    Reality: if the man has the chance to confirm the child is his without conflict, he will take it.

    In many (some?) states, if you do not object at the time the birth certificate is made, you are the father regardless of any paternity test in the future.  The test should be required by law before the birth certificate is issued.


    I don't know about that. I have a newborn son and was never asked anything, my wife did the paper work and *boom* he's mine. I agree that tests should be mandatory, however.

    I have no doubts though, because Maury.
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