Post # 1
Link to the article here. Apparently an entrepreneurial woman decided to make the most of her pregnant state and offer to sell (false?) positive tests. How demented is that? I will admit, that’s one way to fund a future college education, but wow. Some people don’t seem to mind blurring the morality line!
Post # 3
Eww who would want to buy that?
Post # 4
LOL I can think of some people!
At my old company we had a crazy lady in HR who somehow stole a copy of an employee’s pregnancy labs, altered them and sent them to her man (who also worked for the company.) That was pretty much the least crazy thing she did, so if I was in the market to sell some PTs I would definitely hit her up 😉
Post # 5
That’s fabulous! I would totally email her and ask if there is a large market in the area!
Post # 7
I wonder more about the people who are inclined to buy them. =/
Post # 8
So messed up! Geez there are some weird people out there!!
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2010 - parent's backyard
LOL, you’ve got to give her credit for creativity. I would have never thought of that!
Post # 10
I’m confused, what’s the market for these?
Post # 11
@Bebealways: Women who want to freak out their men by tricking them into thinking they’re pregnant. WHY someone would want to do that, idk, but I’ve heard of it happening before.
Post # 12
@Sweet_Tea: lol thats so funny! Who buys them??
Post # 13
My aunt (1 year older than I am) would be all over this. I can’t count how many times she found out she was “pregnant” the day her boyfriend dumped her. My husband knew of her before I met him (didnt meet through her though, he doesn’t like her) because she slept with his friend one time and his friend went home from work one day (when the guy was living with his parents) and my aunt was sitting right there in his living room talking to his parents, apparently she went to his house and told his parents she was pregnant. None of them bought it and she just stopped trying. Then a couple years ago her boyfriend (now husband) was trying to break up with her and she pulled the “I’m pregnant” card. Said she went to the doctor and instead stayed home and asked me if I would vouch for her that she went to the doctor and the doctor said she was pregnant. 3 years later and still no baby. Some women are a bit nuts.
Post # 14
You’d be surprised at how many people would buy these. I knew a girl that stole her friend’s postive pregnancy tests because she thought it would save her relationship.
Post # 15
@kris325: :O (it’s late and that’s all I can muster).
Post # 16
I think my ex husband’s brother’s wife would’ve bought some. She (while still a gf) claimed twice that she was preggo. For MONTHS. Skinny as a rail. I told exH that she must have the baby wrapped around her spinal cord if she’s pregnant. After about 10 months of this shit exH’s mom finally confronted the girl and told her she needed to seek help. LOL