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Oh boy! (or girl) Snookie from MTV's "Jersey Shore" is pregnant. I wonder if now she regrets doing that show, after all it's on TV and it will be around forever to see online somewhere. Can you imagine her son or daughter seeing that when they get older?
OK truth ladies, is there anything you have done that you wouldn't want your child to ever know about?
I think for poor Snookie, she'll never be able to hide her "Jersey Shore" days. Yikes!View Thread
Thanks for sharing! I know I have done things I'm not proud of either, sometimes I think to myself, what was I thinking?
Every time my kids got out of the car when they were younger and I was driving them and their friends around (they are in their 20's now) I would say, "Use your head!" because I thought, if I had just stopped to think of what I was doing, and used my head, I wouldn't have made some crazy choices!View Thread
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