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Do you mind? I’m trying to gestate here!
Did we miss the 2001 screening?
I was told this womb would be single occupancy.
While many watching the parade were shocked and appalled, the right-to-lifers felt their balloon had really made a point.
would you look at the original sin on that one
“My God, it’s full of creepy!”
“I’m sorry, Dave. I’m afraid I can’t birth that.”
Peter? Can you hear me? I think I used too much pixie dust…
David Bowman wasn’t quite ready for his date
Mr. O’Reilly, it’s time to get ready for your show.
…and some called her a Cougar…
I can’t believe I birthed the whole thing!
“I’m sorry, I don’t believe in angels. Please go away.”
“That thing comes out of where??”
In hindsight, the Creation Museum realized that putting the anti-abortion exhibit so close to the cafeteria was not a wise financial move.
“Come here often?”
The Anak Protocol for IVF was a great success.
Are you going to pick a winner, Greg? And if not, why not?
I’m temporarily boycotting your “this photo needs a caption” posts until you agree to pick a winner and, while you’re at it, kick Qaddafi out of Libya.
In Soviet Russia, fetus aborts you.
@ Charles Sullivan, well my vote is for the entry by “feralboy12″. Wait, huh? We’re not voting? Oh sheesh.
“Oh thank you. I keep telling them, I’m SO allergic to humans.”
Fetal snark syndrome? Yes, I’ve heard of it. But I didn’t know it was catching.
And the winner is … ROKer.
In other words, Charles, you got nothin’ on this one?
Charles Sullivan, well my vote is for the entry by “feralboy12″. Wait, huh? We’re not voting? Oh sheesh.
Fetus is big, mother is small. Can’t explain that…
People are free to vote! I wish there was a mechanism to do this.
“Excuse me, Mr. giant fetus? Did you know there’s a casting seam visible up the side of your skull? Did your constructor not own any sandpaper?”
I knew the TARDIS was a bad place to give birth!
Benjamin Button: The Director’s Cut.
Too Big to Fail.
Alice took one more bite of the mushroom and recapitulated her phylogeny.
Having been sworn in, Arthur Dooley prepares to give testimony in an Ohio court.
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