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lirvilas 5th Aug 2020, 9:40 PM edit delete
lirvilas
and I'll leave you on that

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EDIT: I updated the vote incentive! Thanks Sig for the recommendation!

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Ariane Eldar 6th Aug 2020, 1:53 AM edit delete reply
Ariane Eldar
Spank me, that coffee worked well. But don't you have some dhol-wraps stored at your shop?!
lirvilas 6th Aug 2020, 10:18 PM edit delete reply
lirvilas
pretty sure you're referring to condoms and damn that would be a hilarious menu item... I'll refer that to Donna et al
Ariane Eldar 7th Aug 2020, 2:20 AM edit delete reply
Ariane Eldar
Dholes taste better without wrap if they're menu.
Microraptor 6th Aug 2020, 9:46 AM edit delete reply
Microraptor
- Jane is about to get a nephew or niece! :-D

- The obvious question is of course: Who is the father? Hopefully it's Gretch Junior. Otherwise that would... cause problems.

- Jen won't be able to work at the coffee shack anymore as soon as the pregnancy gets visible. This harkens back to the point above: If the wellbeing of his own grandkid is at stake, there is at least a chance that Gretch Senior won't simply fire her without any maternal leave support whatsoever...
sigpig 6th Aug 2020, 11:51 AM edit delete reply
sigpig
"- Jen won't be able to work at the coffee shack anymore as soon as the pregnancy gets visible."
Rule 34.
There is a non-trivial percentage of the those with a Y-chromosome that are sexually aroused by a visibly pregnant woman.
This is all Jen's fault. There are many and varied ways to safely prevent pregnancy, only two of which involve the male half of the partnership (condoms and non-vaginal penetrative sex). Virtually ALL others (pill, patch, implant, IUD, sponge, jelly, etc) are the responsibility of the woman.
Note: BOTH partners should be involved in this, as it takes two to tango (for a start). I happily pay for my wife's prescription (birth control is secondary, her prescription helps control her extremely painful periods).
The pessimist in me sees Jen's pregnancy as a means to secure long-term financing from the Gretch family...
lirvilas 6th Aug 2020, 10:17 PM edit delete reply
lirvilas
@sig: damn man, that's a cynical take. but I think there's a few more cards coming on what's going on here

as a tangent, irregular/problematic periods are the way lots and lots of folks get around Catholic hospitals' disinclination to prescribe birth control here in the US. This country has never been more than a generation away from The Handmaiden's Tale. Fucking ridiculous
sigpig 7th Aug 2020, 12:05 PM edit delete reply
sigpig
The "optimist" in me also thinks that if it's NOT a pregnancy, then that's the good news.
The BAD news is that Jen may be the immediate recipient of an MRI (or CT scan, at least) to determine if there's anything that could be messing up her system.

Little things like cervical or uterine cancer.
Ariane Eldar 7th Aug 2020, 2:22 AM edit delete reply
Ariane Eldar
Do you know the safest contraception?
sigpig 7th Aug 2020, 12:01 PM edit delete reply
sigpig
Not having sex.
Even vasectomies and tubal ligations are not 100% effective; and they don't do anything to stop disease transmission.
Ariane Eldar 7th Aug 2020, 4:46 PM edit delete reply
Ariane Eldar
Yes. The answer is no.
D.Harden 6th Aug 2020, 2:38 PM edit delete reply
Well that was an interesting bombshell. :D
lirvilas 6th Aug 2020, 10:12 PM edit delete reply
lirvilas
we'll see... depending on who armed it, it might be a dud