The baby’s blood type? Human, mostly.

1/6/2009
—Orson Scott Card
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There are 23 comments in this article:

  1. 1/7/2009Josh says:

    holy crap really this ones even better.

  2. 1/7/2009LEN says:

    <3

  3. 1/7/2009LAN says:

    C==3

  4. 1/8/2009anne meyburgh says:

    apparently not, we share 98% of our genes with chimpanzees..

  5. 1/8/2009Katie says:

    Or chimpanzees share 98% of their genes with us…

  6. 1/8/2009Narg says:

    I’ll share my genes with just about anyone…

  7. 1/8/2009zarathustra says:

    I’m not wearing any genes

  8. 1/8/2009Dexie says:

    that’s because I’m wearing your genes

  9. 1/9/2009Meteocase says:

    my genes are up for grabs

  10. 1/9/2009alia says:

    Bananas anyone?

  11. 1/11/2009Kayxee says:

    excellent!

  12. 1/12/2009karen says:

    so good

  13. 1/13/2009katie says:

    bahaha. the commentary in this one is hilarious.

  14. 1/13/2009Mathias Hellquist says:

    Awesome, both the story and the comments, lol. :)

  15. 1/14/2009Nikki E. says:

    “Where’s the lucky father?”
    “Oh, well he’s still eluding the government after that whole Area 51 mishap.”

  16. 1/15/200914 year old cryptic girl says:

    Nikki E. I have one thing to say:
    Bwahahahahahaa! Funny!

  17. 1/16/200914 year old cryptic girl says:

    By the way, we share the genes since we came later.
    Also…
    What is up with all the perverted comments!? I’ve had health class ya know! Mentally scarred here!!

  18. 1/16/2009Nikki E. says:

    Ha well thank you

  19. 2/14/2009Gabriel Gadfly says:

    This is a great one. I <3 Orson Scott Card.

  20. 3/2/2009Sickmind Fraud says:

    There is one way the story could be improved.

    instead of saying “The babys bloodtype …”

    you say

    YOUR baby’s bloodtype …

    or

    MY baby’s bloodtype …

  21. 3/4/2009Jeremiah says:

    Orson really write it?

    Sounds like him.

  22. 3/12/2009MacGregor Harp says:

    Jesus finally returns. Brings more posthumans.

  23. 12/19/2009Zylaa says:

    Haha, excellent! Orson Scott Card really write this? Sounds typical.

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