Shouldn't have had a child at 15, just saiyan.
@Koneko Toujou, agreed
@Koneko Toujou, I doubt he intended to
@Koneko Toujou, d'awww, ya won top comment this time
@Koneko Toujou, yeah, that's super saiyan
@Koneko Toujou, people used to all the time. H3ll, people used to die by 40 then to.
@Koneko Toujou, he should have had a saiyan?
@KaijuKoitus, 🎵For a moment like thissss, some people wait a life time🎵
@Koneko Toujou, well at least thats going to be the healthiest child he will likely ever produce at such a young age
@Koneko Toujou, #bestcomments
@Amazing Amy, Thank you!
@Koneko Toujou, everyone makes up internet challenges. They should do a challenge called "finish high school and have a job before becoming a parent challenge."
@Technosexual , I doubt many will ever pass. Things like this upset me that people can be so careless and either have an abortion or leave the baby. No baby should go through that
@Koneko Toujou, pull out game weak
@Koneko Toujou, kinda crazy thinking that kids my age are parents now. Sorta scary actually.
@Koneko Toujou, me too. Saiyan that is.
15 year old parents make me sad. That's three people who are going to have a 10x more difficult life
@Woodgecko, as the child of teen parents, can confirm.
@Woodgecko, no, that's just 3 more people that are going to ruin the collective gene pool of humanity. Call me an 4ss, or insensitive, but your cojones or collas are not developed enough by 15 to produce fertile healthy gametes. Hence that kid, or that kid's kids will have diseases that will lower the overall fitness of the human genome. You may think that since its only them it's no biggie, but since humans are basically just smart rats then there's hundreds of thousands of people like that kid that will collectively cause the complete degradation of the human gene. Hopefully a sort of speciation occurs, that way when that uncultured half of humanity reverts back to the more simplistic homo genus, we the actual thinkers can advance.
@ Seductive Cheeto, what a long winded, insensitive and asinine comment. Weak genes tend to become recessive. They may linger and occasionally appear, but they won't completely degrade the whole of human kind. By your reasoning we would all be suffering from a multitude of genetic disorders already and be almost non - functional.
@ Seductive Cheeto, bruh, do you even genetics? First and foremost the "human genome" is still variable by more factors than I am educated or interested in explaining. Further, do you even basic biology? A female human is born with her egg supply, hence menopause (extremely simplified) I'm an advocate for eugenics, in the fact that I'm a humanist. We have potential that we should strive to achieve, nietzsche and his Ubermensch.
@ Seductive Cheeto, That was all really wrong and I'm worried for you
@TheMonkeyGod, Sure, but many recessive genes will start appearing in different people. Hence the reason the ratios for incurable diseases and syndromes are higher than ever.
@ Tobias Widower, A female is born with immature eggs, and an overall immature reproductive system. Once she gets her period, her uterus has matured for sex. But many years down the road, from 8 to 10 years approximately, her eggs will be fully matured to produce healthy babies.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, How was I wrong? Because I was insensitive?
@ Seductive Cheeto, nah homie, you were objectively, factually wrong
@ Tobias Widower, the human genetics is variable by billions of genes, but only a small percentage of those will have a chance to be phenotypically expressed, main reason why introns and exons exist. Not everything codes for everything.
@MayITakeYourHatSir, Okay, how? Or are you just gonna say I was and not going to back it up?
@ Seductive Cheeto, again you're wrong. They are not happening in increased numbers proportional to population. What is happening is that medicine has gotten better at detection and we have more people on the world than at any time in history. Your supposition also fails when you consider that during history must females were reproducing from 13 onwards. It's only in relatively recent times the age has gotten older.
@TheMonkeyGod, How am I wrong? The numbers do point to the fact that genetic disorders and birth defects are at an all time high.
And why do you think that was? Because the telomeres in our genes were extremely short, a life without getting sick would get you to 50 or 60, and so after the practice of reproducing at a later age human life span has risen. Don't say it's because of medicine and lifestyle either, those two things have kept people from dying of maladies such as the flu, salmonella, malnutrition, etc. They did not prevent people of dying from natural causes, such as when their cells stop reproducing.
@TheMonkeyGod, The fact is that the ova and sertoli cells don't start maturing their telomeres till around puberty, it still takes time after that for the ova and sperm to be at the prime age for reproduction. Why do you think that teenage babies have so many problems? Malnutrition, low birth weight, NTDs? Also they are more likely to die younger than the average age.
@ Seductive Cheeto, I'll type slowly so maybe you'll understand. By pure numbers yes its bigger, but so is the over all population. When put into per capita, there is no change.
Also the research on teen birth and pregnancy points to both genetic and environmental factors in the health complications. Your suggestion that the overall increase is linked not to the overall increase in human population but teen pregnancy rates as the stupidest thing I've come across this week.
@TheMonkeyGod, Okay, you have no idea what you're even talking about, don't worry, maybe if you go to school you can understand. Good day.
@ Seductive Cheeto, I would say the same to you.
@ Seductive Cheeto, I like you. Though this is from 22 months ago. Still commenting lol.
He's thinking "I'm dad" now
@I shjt you not, hi dad" now, I'm dad
@I shjt you not, hello dad I'm dad...wait...
@I shjt you not, he dad
When it isn't a fart.....*Looks at baby in horror*
Oh dear.... Hey, I'd still accept them to Hogwarts
@FabuAlbusDumbledore, I don't get your comment, but I'm gonna upvote you because of your name
@MeddlingKid, same here
that is the "I wonder what dad joke ill crack first" look
16 and pregnant
@Fat cow, if hes 15 now and babies take 9 months to cook could have been 14 and pregnant
@Dragondoot, she could have been older. It only mentions his age.
@Dragondoot, "to cook"
@YogaShorts, I'm pregnant (22 years old) and referred to my baby as "cooking" and my mother was really concerned. Lol
Kid looks like he is old enough to be my dad and I'm 21
His nephew gave birth? I think he has more problems than just having a kid at 15.
@Of Mice and Men, I think you misread it. He said his nephew had a baby not gave birth.
Pro tip: throw baby on the ground for late abortion
So sad :(
It looks like he still has it.
Got that Power Level under 10000 look.
There's now way that dude is 15
@George Feeny, I'm just Saiyan
He just got suckerpunched by a b!tch named "Life"
Abortions should be mandatory if you're under 20.
@Pong, seriously? My mom was 18 when she started having kids.
@DuelaDent, Still doesn't change a thing.
@Pong, wow. I hope you never procreate.
@DuelaDent, Hope clearly didn't stop your mom from doing that.
@DuelaDent, makes plenty when you sit and think.
@Pong, that makes zero sense.
@Pong, sure okay. Have a good night.
I'm still curious to know how is nephew had a baby
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I thought it was socks at first...
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Haha you think that's the bad part, prepare for six weeks of no sleep.