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First, I would like to say that I am not pregnant, have never been pregnant, and unless my health improves within the next four to five years, I will most likely never become pregnant.

Today I received a package at my in-law's home with my maiden last name on (yes I took Kevin's last name, my initials now spell EAT, I win for awesome initials).  At first I thought maybe my mom had used an older label on a box she got from the grocery store although it was a small box for a grocery story and it was for baby formula.  The return address was not for my parents.

We opened the box and it seems I was signed up to receive sample baby formula designed for infants whose mothers' cannot produce milk themselves along with a check list for Kevin about how to be a good and supportive husband while I am in labor.  I am afraid of asking my mom if this was something she signed me up for as a hint to get moving on the grandchildren front since we are pretty sure my brother won't provide them for at least another 10 to 15 years (he is 5 years younger than me).  I made sure Kevin's parents understood that I was not pregnant and that I did not sign up for this.  Fortunately Kevin's mom, who works for child protection services, knows someone who could use it so I gave it to her.

I recently unsubscribed from an e-mailing list that seemed to think I had gone through 9 months of pregnancy, labor, and now had a child.  I got weekly emails telling me how old my child was and what they should be able to do by now.  This wasn't a spam site mailing list, it was from a reputable parenting magazine whose site I don't think I have ever visited until I unsubscribed.  The baby formula was also from a very reputable company.

I have no idea why these companies think I am pregnant and/or have children.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Got this one from joandsarah's post; it made me laugh

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Fifteen men on a dead man's chest!
Cutlass or pistol?
What is the name of your pirate ship?
Where is your secret pirate base?
What kind of loot do you prefer?
What do you and your crew prefer to be called?
Parrot or monkey?
Argh!
 
Your capable first matepleasant_tiding
Your bumbling cabin boy with a heart of goldaledstrange
The aloof, yet honorable, pirate with a mysterious pastpnkpnthr334
Is always the first one into the fraytrippytexan
Is the naval officer who ruthlessly pursues your shipkatu_sims
Is the comical pirate who is always drunk on groganchorlegacy
Is currently in Davy Jones's lockersimgaroop
The amount of money you make as a pirate$182,713
 
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