Tom Daley Pregnant

#8
That is one of the most asinine articles I have ever read - even from the BBC.
In particular the picture of the two of them holding up a photo of the foetus in utero -
_100030432_b2b46ff5-91d1-499e-99fd-76fd365462e1.jpg


Followed by the statement that:

"They have not revealed any more details about the pregnancy, including whether or not a surrogate is involved."

Well, seeing as both of them are men, and neither have a uterus it's a fair bet a surrogate is involved, unless of course it's gestating in a box, inside their airing cupboard.
 
#12
To help lower the hysteria and for the hard-of-thinking the gestation is actually being done by a woman and not in Daley's arse! Whether or not a turkey baster is involved is open to speculation but the likely result, short of them taking it in turns to shag the bird, is their little swimmers were combined in the lab and then the mother artificially inseminated medically.

It's not rocket science, really.

And it occupied a whole quarter of an hour of analysis and air time on LBC this afternoon...
 
#13
To help lower the hysteria and for the hard-of-thinking the gestation is actually being done by a woman and not in Daley's arse! Whether or not a turkey baster is involved is open to speculation but the likely result, short of them taking it in turns to shag the bird, is their little swimmers were combined in the lab and then the mother artificially inseminated medically.

It's not rocket science, really.

And it occupied a whole quarter of an hour of analysis and air time on LBC this afternoon...
Are you saying the audience of LBC cannot be trusted to give a toss?
 
#15
To help lower the hysteria and for the hard-of-thinking the gestation is actually being done by a woman and not in Daley's arse! Whether or not a turkey baster is involved is open to speculation but the likely result, short of them taking it in turns to shag the bird, is their little swimmers were combined in the lab and then the mother artificially inseminated medically.

It's not rocket science, really.

And it occupied a whole quarter of an hour of analysis and air time on LBC this afternoon...
It all sounds quite sordid .
 
#16
That is one of the most asinine articles I have ever read - even from the BBC.
In particular the picture of the two of them holding up a photo of the foetus in utero -

Followed by the statement that:

"They have not revealed any more details about the pregnancy, including whether or not a surrogate is involved."

Well, seeing as both of them are men, and neither have a uterus it's a fair bet a surrogate is involved, unless of course it's gestating in a box, inside their airing cupboard.
A surrogate would imply that it's using the sperm of one of them; it could be an agreement to adopt an unrelated baby.
 

Latest Threads

New Posts