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How many kids would be considered a lot for one family to have in 2015?

The total fertility rate worldwide is an average of 2.45 kids per woman. Just in the U.S., the size of the average American family is 3.12 people. In 1960 that number was 3.67. So - what would be considered a lot of kids for a family in 2015? Maybe five...or even three?

Well according to one contestant on "The Bachelor," it's "100 kids." On the "Married Guys Talk Bachelor podcast -- where two married TheBlaze employees recap the show -- that seems like a lot. Also, another contestant was excited to leave the country and go to the beach when she found out they were traveling to New Mexico? This also seemed wrong.

We talk math, geography and the "right reasons" this week. Listen here:

Also discussed: a widow's commentary about her "story," the "Bachelor"'s inability to have a conversation or say what he feels and our predictions for the final three.

Listen to all episodes of "Married Guys Talk Bachelor" on TheBlaze Radio On Demand.

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