Girls: would you prefer to lay eggs?

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AuthorTopic: Girls: would you prefer to lay eggs?
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Originally written Enraged Slith:

Could we genetically enhance women to lay golden eggs instead? If this is the case, then I'm in favor of the egg laying.
But if every woman laid a golden egg every month, golden eggs (and all gold, really) would be virtually worthless.

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Maybe the surgery would cost more than the cumulative worth of all the eggs.

Ooh, scary thought. Women captured and forced to work in "Egg plantations".

May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
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Unless we're surgically implanting alchemy too, the women would also have to consume that much gold, making the exercise largely pointless.

—Alorael, who supposes it's a way to get around mercury and potatoes for extracting gold...
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Egg planations? Sir, you have gone too far! I could have settled with forcing women to eat rocks to extract the necessary gold, but plantations? Surely you could have come up with a good euphemism for it, like "gold nursery" or "field of droppings."

Thuryl: I mean, most of us don't go around consuming our own bodily fluids, no matter how delicious they are.
Alorael: War and violence would end if we all had each other's babies!
Drakefyre: Those are hideous mangos.
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[This wasn't funny, it was offensive. I apologize. I'm stopping this before I take another bad joke a little too far.]

[ Wednesday, January 17, 2007 03:16: Message edited by: Enraged Slith ]
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