Someone sent these to me ..just thought ,they were cute...
How was I born???
A Little Boy goes to his Father and asks, "Daddy How was I born"? The Father Answers, "Well son,I guess one day you will need to find out anyway! Your Mother and I first got together in a Chat room..on Yahoo..Then I set up a date Via e-mail, then we met at a cyber cafe' we sneaked into a secluded room and googled each other. there your Mother agreed to download from my hard drive. as soon as i was ready to upload, we discover that neither of us used a firewall. since it was too late to hit the delete button, nine months later, a little pop-up appeared that said : "You've Got Mail"!
Cup Of Joe!
A Grandmother was surprised one morning,when her grandson,age 7 brought her a cup of coffee. it tasted awful, but she drank it.then she saw three green army at the bottom of the cup and asked why he put them there? the Grandson said, "Grandma! it says on TV "The Best part of waking up is soldiers in your cup"!
In regards to the first one: My younger daughter decided that she was not going to meet Mr. Right in time and wanted a child. She was going to go to China but then decided to try and have a child using a sperm donor. It took a while, but she was finally able to conceive (we now have a beautiful almost eight year old granddaughter). When she called her older sister to give her the good news, the older sister said, "Wow, Michael (her six year old son) hasn't even asked where babies come from and this throws a monkey wrench into the whole story." So, younger daughter said to her sister, "Tell him you need a computer, internet access, a credit card, put your man in your shopping cart and proceed to checkout - that's how you make a baby."
Actually, that is how my daughter did it. Everything was online. She ordered the vials of sperm online and did proceed to checkout. If you ordered six vials of sperm, shipping was free and that was no small amount as shipping frozen semen is expensive.
Now I bred my horses by AI and did it on line but never heard of people going about it that way. I have a Masters in Genetics but got it 40 years ago so the world has changed.
Yes, the world has changed. I was glad none of the grandparents were still here so that they wouldn't have to adjust to all of this (I had enough trouble with it). We knew more about the donor's make-up and medical history than you can imagine. There was a descriptor about his earlobes - attached or detached. Apparently there is something that goes along with that. We looked at baby pictures, read answers to questions, read medical histories of parents, siblings and grandparents. We did reject one donor on the short list because all four of his grandparents were either living with or had died of cancer. Anyway, we do have this beautiful granddaughter. We all stand around and admire her tan in the summer. We chose someone who tans far better than any of us. We are melaninly challenged, as my daughter puts it.