• When you ask someone how old their child is and they answer using months
Thanks for the math homework
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    • Oh yeah my son Brandon is 43 weeks
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    • I fucking hate people who say "18 months" just say a year, no one cares how many months
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    • My boy, he's 56 months old now.
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    • My kid is 75% of their life old
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    • I'll be 240 months in 2 days
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    • Under 2 years, I think it is fine. A lot of developmental benchmarks occur month to month during that time. After that, you're just weird.
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    • 1,025 weeks old
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    • My dog is 1,567,903 minutes old.
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    • If the kid is less than 12 months old then it's fine to use months. Once they turn 1 year old the months don't matter anymore
      Dodger69 11 sep
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    • Once they turn 1 year old. Months are obsolete. You can remember them to track whatever you need to for yourself. But when you tell someone else. Just say 1. Or a year and a half.
      ragessyn 11 sep
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    • "My baby is 24 months old" Your baby is 2 years old, Karen
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    • happy 9/11 guys
      Turito 11 sep
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    • In weeks is even more annoying
      Kraus09 11 sep
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    • My son is the time it takes light to travel 4.73e15 meters old
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    • Happy 9/11
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    • Weeks is okay until 12, then use months until 18, then its 'almost 2' now just use years
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    • If you're talking about the babies health then months are cool cause key developments occur over the months, but if it's a casual conversation then 100% just say 1 or 2 years
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    • I'm 274 months old
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    • Exactly, my son is 1 quarter year, fucking idiots
      CocaDon 11 sep
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    • 7 comments? On a feature?
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    • πŸ”₯ Good information πŸ™‚ The innovated and long-awaited service πŸ™‚ I have IBS πŸ™‚ Nowadays accessible πŸ”₯ πŸ‘Œ
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    • I'm about 700 million seconds old. Almost at 1 billion.
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    • Im around 295 months
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    • I am 232 months old
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    • Imagine they do it by weeks
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    • happy call 911
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    • White moms, I've come to realize, are very particular about their children. Attack
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    • 8 comments???
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    • From this feature set onwards, I will be preparing to encounter the Spanish inquisition.
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    • Ill explain it to all yall dumbasses who are complaining and never had kids. If you look at baby clothes food etc literally anything to do with babies until about 2 to 3 years old everything refers in weeks or months. When you go to the doctor they will talk about the age in weeks or months. Why?
      Mtg_EDH 11 sep
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    • I’m 253 months young
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    • I am 9,741,718 minutes old, but it'll have changed by the time someone reads this
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    • Yo I’m 212 months
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    • I'm 409 months old next week
      omegapool 11 sep
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    • "My son is 62 months"
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    • Spent years wondering why only parents seemed to do this until someone explained: it's clothes. Clothing for the under 2 years old human is sized by how many months old they are. Unless different: '13 months, but he wears 16s.'
      alcane 11 sep
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    • Only acceptable if its under a year old
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    • I'm 249 months old I'm a big boy now can't wait until I'm 251 months old😌
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    • My child is 4500 weeks old
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    • Up to two years old there's a reason months is used. 13 or 23 months are wildly different ages. A 13 month old is shaky walking, a 23 month old is talking already. Past that is annoying though.
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    • I am 482320000 microfortnights old
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    • Moons?
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    • "She's 264946474917464 seconds old."
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    • WarioWare 11 sep
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    • really why would you say oh my child is 450 days old
      1kelz234 11 sep
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    • Worse when they use days or weeks πŸ˜‚
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    • I'm 11682 days old guys.
      amo87 11 sep
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    • I'm 203 months will be 204 soon so lest gooo
      NaNi_0 11 sep
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    • I'll tell people my daughter is a year and half and they be like oh so like 18 months and then I have to sit there and do math
      lahala 11 sep
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    • Im 181 months old
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    • On too of that, they always respond that way.
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    • I'm 301 months old.
      Haylyn666 11 sep
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    • When you go to the drs office, or buy clothes, look at a baby progress chart do things for them until they are 2 it goes by months. So alot of moms are so used to going by months. And don't realize it.
      nisckle 11 sep
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    • I said months and then I'd specify 1,1 and a half, or 2 etc
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    • Stap
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    • haha im approximately 5,900 days old haha
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