Appetite For Distraction
For some, being an internet mam is literally a full-time job. For others, it’s simply a way of reminding their contemporaries that they exist
‘Suits you,” writes some pain in the arse under a picture of you holding a baby on Facebook. “You’re next,” another one bleats, the same one who regularly lectures you that you’ll “change your mind” about not wanting to have children and it’s the “most special thing you’ll ever do”.
Mate, I’ve seen the state of your couches and...
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