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- v. Present participle of sprog.
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I can't help wondering if there's a link between her age, this fact, and her resentment of Gordon's sprogging.
It's not just Ms Career - it's Mr and Mrs Average Income who aren't sprogging.
The problems with that assumption are probably many, and two I can think of right off the bat are 1) prettier according to whom? and 2) I’m sure most of us can come up with scores of real-life examples of homely people we know sprogging like mad while a surprising number of our supposedly-gorgeous pals stay childless.
She’s got so fed up with saying no and explaining to the ‘oh she’ll change’ people that she’s perfectly fine with me *not* sprogging and that she really doubts I will change my mind, that she’s started to tell them about the beautiful 2-year-old with her black hair and big brown eyes.