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07 February 2007 @ 09:17 pm
 
Prompt: "I wish everyone in the world would learn to. . ."
Prompt taken from: realmof_themuse
Character: Nicky Walker

I wish everyone in the world would learn to . . . not breed.

We've all heard about how there are millions of unwanted animals and that we should spay or neuter our faithful furry companion so as to not increase the surplus population. Honestly, humans are just animals, so I think this comes down to that old phrase of "practice what you preach". You think an unwanted puppy living in a dirty alley or getting kicked around a scuzzy low rent apartment is pitiful? Now imagine that it's human.

Understand I'm not saying that guys should go and get their testicles snipped off, but use a condom. That's what they're around for. Or the women can take a pill. It won't kill anyone. In fact, it might stop some killing. If you never get pregnant/got someone pregnant, then you don't have to worry about abortions, or the cost of feeding, housing or clothing the child, or it expiring when you can't or won't do those things.

I would like the world to learn to think before they fuck.

We should treat humans at least as well as we would like to treat pets.
 
 
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WePowepo on February 8th, 2007 07:14 pm (UTC)
*snort*
'or it expiring'


whoreforbooks on February 8th, 2007 08:17 pm (UTC)
I thought 'expiring' was a good descriptive word. Much less ominus that words like die, kill, and murder. I was trying to be polite.
WePowepo on February 9th, 2007 02:47 am (UTC)
It is a very descriptive word. I guess in some ways it is less ominous and more 'polite.' But it also seems callous? Not sure that’s the word I'm looking for.
No mater, the statement has your personality through and through. Also it brought a bit of humor to my day.
Kira Seyvah: antidrugstraycat_cayra on February 9th, 2007 11:44 am (UTC)
I think expiring fits it pretty well. If you consider your child a thing that can get worthless.