By Xeni Jardin at 6:12 am Wed, Mar 24, 2010
Only in manga, dear.
Well? Can they or not?
This 5 Second Film is relevant to your interests.
But this is the fun thing about Yahoo! answers, people with less than a full deck of cards can ask to their hearts content and nasty people like us can make fun of them!
Some of the answers which I’ve seen given have been absolutely priceless, exactly the type of quick thinking smart alecky genius which I wish I had ;)
Obligatory Babby Formed reference.
bleh, anything with 4chan is probably a set-up, “Treena” is 4chan.
Obligatory “fake question is fake” reference.
You can play “count the memes” in the comments. Delightful!
“You sir, are brilliant. And by brilliant, I mean a fucking idiot”. I LOL’d.
It’s over 9000 :)
How is Babby’s Babby’s Babby formed?
Dr. McCoy: The nearest thing I can figure out is that they are born pregnant. Which seems to be quite a time saver!
Yup, that’s pretty much what you’d expect when the best answer to a question comes from 4chan.
Only if you’re a tribble.
I am constantly amazed daily, by how stupid people are. I love it!
The internet. The cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems.
Q: Is it true I can get pregnant by having anal sex?
A: Yes! Where you think lawyers come from?
I’ve heard that one as “where do you think engineers come from?”.
This is why I could support government monitoring of the internet. The person who asked this question needs to be sterilized.
I think Sly Stone had a song about this.
Biology funtime: all of the eggs that any human female will ever produce in her ovaries are formed while still in utero. Betcha the snarky repliers to that thread didn’t know that one. Babby is busy with oogenesis in there!
There are no dumb questions?
No dumb questions, but lots of inquisitive idiots.
This particular phenomenon is best illustrated using these scientific models.
Only if you are an aphid.
“you’d just get into this ridiculous russian doll situation.”
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