Oh, How Traditions Have Changed
On CBS, in the late 1950s, Leave It to Beaver premiered, captivating its audience. The sitcom portrayed the ideal suburban family… the American dream, if you will. The family, a married couple and their children, is an excellent example of what society as a whole, still to this day, sees as “the way it should be.”
Two hundred thirty-four episodes later, the iconic television series reached a “natural conclusion” and ended. In other words, there was nothing left for viewers to see. Once Wally left for college, what else could have been shown, besides the repetition of the grow-up-and-get-married cycle?
Decades later, society is far from Leave It to Beaver‘s “dad knows best” attitude. What shocked people in the ’50s doesn’t shock them now. Needless to say, society has gotten a little… looser.
So loose, in fact, that instead of a man and a women abstaining from intercourse until marriage then having a baby, people are hooking up three and four at a time and having multiple babies. The people of Reddit have shared stories about babies conceived during three ways, and honestly, it simply shows how far civilization has really come.
Three Bedroom Apartments and What Not
Buddy of mine and his two female coworkers. A few too many drinks one Friday night led to office flirting to a 2 minute 3-way in the back of his car, which all 3 of them agree was pretty unpleasant
Few weeks later, they both find out their pregnant (not sure how he knocked them both up), and they’re definitely his. They all end up renting a 3 bedroom place together, and from what he tells me they still fool around every now and again, which i kinda believe since they’re both pregnant again (justking14)
One in a Million
I have one with a happy ending!
A couple of friends of mine were in a relationship and, since the guy was infertile, they didn’t use condoms. One time, at a massive orgy, a condom used by another guy broke, and the girl got pregnant. She was pretty scared to tell her bf, but he was actually overjoyed – he never thought he’d raise a kid, and now he had the chance.
Several years later, during medical exams, they find out the kid was actually his, apparently a one in a million chance considering his fertility.
They’re still together, and the kid is awesome.
Are they still friends though?
I know a dude from work who had a threesome with his girlfriend and her best friend. Apparently on more than one occasion. Well guess what! They both got pregnant!!
Edit: they both had the kids. The girlfriend broke up with him and I understand he gets the children some of every week at the same time. (bigbluegoose)