anyone who ever told me that i was “selfish” for choosing not to breed can fucking suck it

epeightmisbehavin Hey look, crazy octuplet-spawnin’ bitch Nadya Suleman gave an interview to Good Morning America. And if you suspected she was a mentally unhinged cow who expects the rest of the world to raise her young’uns while she pumps out litter after litter of malformed fleshlumps, congratulate yourself on your keen insight into human nature. (Also, please note her immaculate manicure. Nice priorities!)

Basically, she admits to being batshit crazy and that her parents, who are raising all six thousand or so of her kids (Suleman has not worked since she squeezed out Baby #1) are exhausted and nearing a mental breakdown. But she don’t care, because baybeez are awesome!!1!

It’s so very hard to pick, but this may be the quote that best demonstrates this woman’s total disconnect from all things reality-based:

Money is necessary to raise children. But it’s — it’s paper. It is paper. To me, it is superfluous in contrast to the importance of my kids.

Nadya apparently doesn’t grasp that this “paper” can be exchanged for goods and services. And that as lovely as a mother’s love is, it doesn’t replace food and shelter. Just something to think about, in case your family ever gets sick of your sponging, and decides to let you fend for yourself. Maybe you could find a rich Quiverfull husband. Ha ha, joking! Those freakshows are one reality show away from standing by the side of the highway with a cardboard sign that says “Will tell you why you’re hellbound for food”.

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