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Guess What?!?: I'm Going to be a Father

I am very open about my interests in having children, and I frequently tell people that I want kids. Well guess what? It's all going to come true.
I logged onto my Interpals account today, and I discovered this.

Hello i,m by names of bwambale William from Uganda i live with my mother .my father died in 2003 .i,m sill a student in O LEVEL (S 1 CLASS)i have passed through many schools till i,m .so this is William trying to ask you ,requesting you to allow me be your friend or since i respect old people like you According to way i was told that and person above your aged they really act as you parents or fathers so this means that i can call you as my father due to the above reason .i,m soon to be 17 years .
Hope to hear from you .yours
William .
thanks .


First Contact. I have never written to this person before in any way, but I am pretty sure I know his older sister. BANK!

Ah Uganda: The Whorehouse of Planet Earth.

QATFYG:
Should I accept?

Comments

  1. Pro: no diapers, bottles, or vomit Con: just in time to foot the bill for university

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  2. Hmm, fair points.
    The thing I'm also wondering about is, I'm 23, and he's 17. Might be kinda weird...

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  3. congratulations my dear friend, congratulations.

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