What should an adoptive parent say when some rude individual says, “Why didn’t you adopt white babies? “ Tell us what you think is the best comeback to this uncouth comment.
Comebacks for Rude adoption questions
Comebacks for some of the rudest adoption questions people ask.
It can be very awkward when someone asks if your child knows if they are adopted, especially when the child is standing within earshot.
Adoptive parents get peppered with questions and comments from curious strangers who are often insensitive to families feelings. People should be more sensitive to others, especially asking such personal questions in front of an adopted child. Unfortunately, not everyone is up to date on social etiquette.
Here are a few snappy answers to let the person know that they are out of line asking such personal questions.
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It’s hard to believe that someone would actually ask the uncouth question, “Are Asian babies cheaper to adopt?” Tell us what you think is the best comeback to this vulgar question.
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A family is out and they run into a couple they know. They introduce their son Serge who was recently adopted from Russia. The woman says, ” He’s so cute, why didn’t a Russian family want to adopt him?” Tired of rude and stupid adoption questions, Serge’s mother replies, “It must have been the horns, we had them removed!”
A mother introduces her two sons to a friend, ” Jane I think you have met Ethan before who is homemade, and this is my adopted son Enrique.” Ethan responds, “I must have been adopted too, because I couldn’t possibly be related to this family! ha ha ha!” His mother answers, ” No dear, you’re not adopted, when you adopt the parents have a choice! ha ha!”