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Dee: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to offend you.
Emily: I'm not offended. It'd be cool to be half Scottish. But I'm just not. I'm not mad at you, Dee. I'm mad at him.
Dee: Do you wish he'd raised you instead? Because... to play devil's advocate here... if he was still in university, maybe he didn't feel ready?
Emily: No DUH. That's understandable! But if he didn't feel ready to have kids, he should have used a condom! It's not hard.
Dee: But then... you wouldn't have been born...
Emily: Exactly!
Dee: But that's... That's... ...
Emily: Don't look like that, I'm not wishing my existence away. I'm just saying. You know I'm happy. Actually, everything's worked out amazingly well for me. My life's pretty much perfect. But he doesn't know that, does he? When mum said she was going to keep me he said 'fine but I want nothing to do with it'. She didn't care much; she was all 'I am single mother, hear me roar' and didn't want help. But she didn't know she was going to die by 33.