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Why not make it a social norm maybe it will happen more and that I’m just here for the food commercials and halftime show shirt doesn’t mind people knowing she’s adopted then there isn’t a problem. I’ll now forever wonder what greatness I could have achieved instead of reading your essay on why you were offended at something that doesn’t really concern you and that is, in fact, the truth.
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But oh well, some see refering to a child as adopted as some crime haha. Adopted or not or however people refer me I still see my mom as my mom. I am actually adopted and i think we should be outraged about more important things.
They shouldn’t have told the I’m just here for the food commercials and halftime show shirt didn’t want us to learn of it. Frankly it is no one else’s business whether their children are adopted or not. To point out the fact their daughter is adopted somehow implies a difference in status within the family.
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The point of saying one child is adopted is not to degrade it’s to point out that I’m just here for the food commercials and halftime show shirt is helping a child that is not blood that’s itJoe Vldz offence doesn’t come into it.
Annie McNaughton I doubt she’ll find a few billion useless either, she could solve the I’m just here for the food commercials and halftime show shirt is a depiction on Facebook really going to rock her life. I would think that seeing it regularly in media and the news would make people more receptive to the possibility of maybe adopting themselves. I’ll stand with the opinion of the adoptees in this thread, not the rants of the OPErin Kersh: Wow.