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  1. Member
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    Smile Who'd have them?


    Families[Kids/Parents], who'd have them.

    I may guess what it mean, but I'd like to know the meaning clearly.
    Does it mean "Nobody can stop my families[kids, parents]." or "Families do any good?"
    Please help!!!

    Thank you.

  2. Junior Member
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    Re: Who'd have them?

    Not a teacher.

    A little context may help with what you want to learn. It's a little vague as it stands. Here are some possible meanings:

    "Kids. Who'd have them?" could mean: (I don't see any reason why people would want kids, so) who'd have them?

    Such a statement could also be meant sarcastically to poke fun at having kids, despite the speaker wanting children of his/her own.


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