ADOPTIONS III

1/26/2021

The real money in EEboy and EEgirl is not in the high profit, new baby market, but rather in the large quantity, used children market. With 8 times the numbers available, older kids can fetch bigger numbers by volume alone. Hot markets are the 2- to 4-year-olds and the 8- to 10-year-olds. Some vain ladies who wish to complete their existence as a mother, but do not want the body damaging processes of childbirth, elect to have some other female deliver the little vagina stretchers. Other concerns of these prissy pussies are the inability of these young slackers to crap where they are supposed to; toilet training is too gross. These women elect to adopt a certified, diaper-free model to take home without the fear of an “accident asshole” messing up their bedrooms or bathrooms. These models can fetch up to 90% of a new infant’s value because of this development and the fact that they are still speech and behavior moldable. The other hot zone is the 8- to 10-year-olds that have been schooled and can perform nearly all childhood functions by speech commands from their new parents. They become available at this time interval because of the 7-year itch. This phenomenon takes place in married couples who lose sexual interest in each other after 7 years and their eyes wander. With an apparent divorce in the works, the couples realize that the separation will impose hardships on themselves and their children, so they elect to adopt out these future relationship interrupters. The old concept of finding a still attractive mate in their 30’s or 40’s with the baggage of children from a previous marriage is now a sour memory. Entering into a new relationship with the children wearing the inherited faces of the previous bedfellow staring you in the face, can be a real mood killer. The newly divorced couples are free to live their lives like 20-year-olds again and the children will not have to suffer the bickering during the exit. It’s an intelligent win/win scenario. 

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