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FuenteFuente

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Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« on: July 19, 2018, 10:20:18 AM »
If I could go back in time -- way back, LOL -- I'd have a vasectomy and freeze my sperm. I tell young bucks all the time, the ability to absolutely control when you want to become a father -- or decide that you don't want to be a father at all -- gives you immense control over your life.

Young guys today have it great -- the ability to travel all over the world to meet women of all different cultures. A young guy today making as little as $30K a year can have sex internationally with dozens of women.

But if you're like Terrell Owens and paying 10K a month in child support to five different women in the U.S., then life isn't so grand.

In a different life I used to work closely with a lot of NBA players. I know one former NBA all-star who paid a chick $90,000 to have an abortion. The player and his lawyer went to the clinic with her to confirm the procedure.

Another NBA player I know had sex with a woman one night and he popped in his condom. He pulled it off in the bed and they cuddled a bit before he got out of bed to take a piss. When he came back the woman was squeezing sperm from the condom and pushing it into her vagina. That player made more than $20 million in his NBA career, but today he's broke -- but the child support issues remain.

Ralph Sampson, one of the greatest big men in the history of college basketball, had children from five different women and eventually a warrant was issued for his arrest on felony child support charges.

We all know the story of Rae Carruth, the former NFL player, who was convicted in the murder of his pregnant stripper friend. Just snip it.

The list goes on and on. Chances are no NBA or NFL players are on this forum. Most of the young ones I know think they have got it all figured out and could not imagine blowing through $100 million like Kenny Anderson or Antoine Walker. In almost every case of a NBA player who has blown his money, irresponsible sex and child support is usually a key component.

Now, I don't think any guys on this board are leaving kids in the DR. But my advice to young guys is to always wrap it up -- and snip it up -- until you are ready to become a father. In my line of work I see too many guys no longer in their 20s and 30s who wish they had just woke the fuck up.

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #1 on: July 19, 2018, 10:56:59 AM »
Or here is a wild idea you can go raw and pull out before

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2018, 10:59:37 AM »
Or here is a wild idea you can go raw and pull out before

Haha, yeah, you can try that. I won't, but I could give you the names of two NBA players I know who tried that but it didn't turn out so well.
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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2018, 11:24:02 AM »
If I could go back in time -- way back, LOL -- I'd have a vasectomy and freeze my sperm. I tell young bucks all the time, the ability to absolutely control when you want to become a father gives you immense control over your life.

Young guys today have it great -- the ability to travel all over the world and meet women of all different cultures. But if you're like Terrell Owens and paying 10K a month in child support to five different women, then life isn't so grand.

In a different life I used to work closely with a lot of NBA players. I know one former NBA all-star who paid a chick $90,000 to have an abortion. The player and his lawyer went to the clinic with her to confirm the procedure.

Another NBA player I know had sex with a woman one night and he popped in his condom. He pulled it off in the bed and they cuddled a bit before he got out of bed to take a piss. When he came back the woman was squeezing sperm from the condom and pushing it into her vagina. That player made more than $20 million in his NBA career, but today he's broke -- but the child support issues remain.

Ralph Sampson, one of the greatest big men in the history of college basketball, had children from five different women and eventually a warrant was issued for his arrest on felony child support charges.

We all know the story of Rae Carruth, the former NFL player, who was convicted in the murder of his pregnant stripper friend. Just snip it.

The list goes on and on. Chances are no NBA or NFL players are on this forum. Most of the young ones I know think they have got it all figured out and could not imagine blowing through $100 million like Kenny Anderson or Antoine Walker. In almost every case of a NBA player who has blown his money, irresponsible sex and child support is usually a key component.

Now, I don't think any guys on this board are leaving kids in the DR. But my advice to young guys is to always wrap it up -- and snip it up -- until you are ready to become a father. In my line of work I see too many guys no longer in their 20s and 30s who wish they had just woke the fuck up.

Now back to our regularly scheduled programming...

best advice but i've come to learn that experience is the best teacher and alot of cats just like to go through the fire to see that it burns...lol.... i caught myself JUST in time. one kid then my "oh shit" moment came. lol....and there's so many i'd love to raw dog (being honest) but when i hear stories like this it literally scares the shit outta me.

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #4 on: July 19, 2018, 03:59:59 PM »
That all sounds good but you never really know how life plays out.. It is called life because you have to live it..

I NEVER wanted kids... Had my first at 21... And by 40 I may have 6... I wouldnt trade ONE of my kids for the world. I tell my oldest all the time. If I didnt have kids, I would have about 5 bentleys... But Im glad I have my kids regaurdless of my situation with their mothers (Only 1 is a problem)

I would say the BEST advice is watch WHO you have kids with.. Are alot of leeches who would look for a come up and live happily with your money.
Luckily I never been on child support.. My Motto is "If we go to court, you get what the court gives you and nothing more".... The women I have kids with enjoy the life they live, So I never had those issues.



When I hear people on child support, I always wonder,   "What were you doing prior"... I know some women are evil and vindictive, but when I see dudes celebrating getting off child support and have NO relationship with their kids other than that check? Maybe you should have strapped up if you couldnt handle the responsibility..


Just my Op, I could be wrong.. My kids are my world and they live 50x times better than I did growing up.
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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #5 on: July 20, 2018, 06:35:32 AM »
Men wouldn't need to freeze their sperm of they would just stop being thirsty and practice common sense. Dudes out here paying child support because they were to stupid or thirsty to either wear a condom or pull out. I'm 29 with no kids because I chose to take the proper precautions to not have them. I have pulled out, wore condoms, did the math to understand their cycle, bought several pills in my lifetime, and fucked them in the ass.

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #6 on: July 20, 2018, 07:35:11 AM »
but if you don't have a pot to piss in why not go raw and dump in every chic you fuck. cant get blood from a stone. and that is what happens a lot.

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2018, 03:11:19 AM »
but if you don't have a pot to piss in why not go raw and dump in every chic you fuck. cant get blood from a stone. and that is what happens a lot.


But you can get locked up in prison for child support, have your license and passport revoked dumbass. What about creating bastard's that will only destroy the community and bring down the quality of life for normal folks.

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2018, 09:39:44 PM »
I agree with all the above.  A man should not get married before 30, not have his first kid until around 35.  That's what I did and I'm glad.  This isn't the 1800s where each child had only about a 1 in 2 chance of seeing the age of five so you had to pop 'em out early and often. And as ff points out, you can travel and have wonderful experiences as a single guy for not a lot of money. 

Regarding the pro athletes, it probably isn't just the child support, it's the Bentleys, the Louis 13 cognac, eelskin shoes, etc.  But it does have to take a big drain financially when you've got half a dozen offspring scattered across the country.  That's shitty fathering too.  Being a good father is so important developmentally for a young child.  On the flip side of those NBA players you've got Philip Rivers, Chargers qb, who has eight kids...all with the same woman.  Not my goal in life, but that is major respect. 

Having children is great, if you're ready for it emotionally and financially.  If you're not it will set you back a good portion of your life. And there's a good chance your kids will be screw ups.  So yeah, wear a condom, and wait until you're good and ready.   


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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #9 on: July 23, 2018, 01:20:14 AM »
Travel the world don't fall in love and bring her back to the U. S. otherwise you would be screwed in this U.S. system....if you can have a internet business that can be great, I heard all you need is internet service....Learn Spanish and or Portuguese  so you can speak with the regular/native people and have more fun and broaden your horizon...

I wouldn't recommend getting married....bad deal for men, lot to $$$$$ get in and even more $$$$ to get out....Not thing last forever....it only favors women, specially in the U.S....

Stay out of debt...it can be very stressful....Life is to short to be miserable...   
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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #10 on: July 23, 2018, 02:22:16 AM »
My advice is don’t take advice from tricks.
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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #11 on: July 23, 2018, 06:30:37 AM »
Yea I agree...have a child when you feel your ready...but no earlier than 35 to 40

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #12 on: July 23, 2018, 07:21:04 AM »
@hiphop lmfaooo thats exactly what i was thinking

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Re: Advice for Young Mongers in Their 20s and 30s
« Reply #13 on: July 23, 2018, 11:53:53 AM »
@hiphop lmfaooo thats exactly what i was thinking


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