Pregnancy prevention app! Monday Quotes #25

There’s always an app for that! Today, I’m quoting an entire post by Roll Over and Play Dad. I think he may be new on the blogging and parenting scene, but newbie or not, he’s pretty dang funny! So enjoy.


My Idea to Prevent Teenage Pregnancy

Every teenage girl should have an app installed on their phone that blasts the sounds of a baby crying every 2 to 3 hours, 24 hours a day. To make the crying stop, she will have to sway the phone from side to side, while making shushing sounds and singing. Once the phone is finally quiet, she will have to gently put it down, and at least half the time, the minute she lets go, the phone will start crying again, and she will have to start the whole process all over.


What else should go into a pregnancy prevention app?


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I'm a parent of two lovely (most of the time) children. I work full time out of the home and I don't cook well, bake, sew, or do crafty things. I keep my high heels and jewelry at my office because there's no point in having them at home.
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10 Responses to Pregnancy prevention app! Monday Quotes #25

  1. If the teenager violently shakes the phone in frustration, a message appears which reads “you have killed your baby”, then the phone stops working permanently.

  2. Sometimes the crying won’t stop for hours regardless.

  3. Teresa Cleveland Wendel says:

    I think your phone app is a marketable idea.

  4. momtimes4 says:

    Hey – I nominated you for a blog award! I linked back to you! 🙂

  5. Victoria says:

    Not just make it for teenage girls!

    Have a map to find the nearest planned parenthood or family planning clinic (Not a crisis centre). Information on contraception (along with access), consensual sex, and common myths about sex (like the stupid lines “you can’t get pregnant the first time you have sex” or “You don’t want to have sex with me because you don’t love me”). A help line to call if you think you are pregnant, if you feel the contraception you used may have failed, or if you have been raped. etc, could be a useful app.

  6. The phone should also require extra payments for diapers and pediatrician copays!

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