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Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Propagating Pith

Pregnancy and its results, regardless of the species, spawn (among other things) worthwhile observations.

From my dad, who has a possibly pregnant pet: "There's really something to be said for trying to crawl beneath an unwilling Yak-sized llama in an attempt to inspect her undercarriage."

From Heather Armstrong, whose "Boob" essay deserves a place in the Mammarary Hall of Fame: "Sometimes I look down when I'm feeding her and it looks like I have a hairy cantaloupe attached to my boob."

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