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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Got Small Balls? Here's Why!

We've always known, here at R&R, that women have a lot of power.

Not always useful power, but power is power and power. Mmmmm, power. And we love it when science backs us up. Especially when it involves extended studies of bats and testicles and comes to the following conclusion:

That female promiscuity gives males big testes and small brains.

Here's the link to the Slate article, which pretty much explains it like this. In bat species noted for female monogamy, males have small testes and big brains; in bat species noted for female promiscuity, males have testicles five times as big, but with smaller brains.

Robin and I, and our good friend Kate, have came to a few of our own conclusions, which we've published in the prestigious scientific journal called Email, and which we've reproduced below:

From: ROBIN EPSTEIN
To: Renee Kaplan; Kate Morgenroth
Subject: Mom was right...

Check out this link about female promiscuity and big male testicles.

From: Kate Morgenroth
To: Renee Kaplan, Robin Epstein

Okay, which link did you click on? I, for one, am way more interested in the importance of male genital size in fish.


From: Renee Kaplan
To: Kate Morgenroth, Robin Epstein

fascinating. so to carry the logic to its relevant-to-us conclusion...what does this say about the men we're involved with? that their balls should be ENORMous??


From: ROBIN EPSTEIN
To: Renee Kaplan, Kate Morgenroth

HA HA HA!!!
melon like, even.


From: Kate Morgenroth
To: Renee Kaplan, Robin Epstein

All I know for sure is that their brains are definitely tiny. And that's why they can't seem to remember to pick up the phone. Unless of course it's the balls calling...


From: ROBIN EPSTEIN
To: Renee Kaplan; Kate Morgenroth

so it's more of a ball call than a booty call, eh?

1 Comments:

Anonymous Houstonian said...

Trying to live up to "survival of the fittest" is hell.

January 25, 2006 9:30 PM  

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