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January 02, 2014


Oregon allows mothers to take placentas home from hospital

(Thanks to Another Ralph)


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I would much prefer flowers myself but placenta is suppose to be quite nutritional.


Is the same courtesy extended to those who have tumors removed or limbs amputated?

Used to send young 'uns home from the Paed dept. with little pots containing all sorts of bits and bobs that'd been extracted from assorted orifices. That was different tho' 'cause as we used to tell 'em on the way out, there's some things don't belong in certain places.

Will the gift shop carry " It's a placenta ! " announcement cards ?

- 'perhaps in a smoothie can help ease postpartum depression'

hmmmm, it may have an afterbirth taste -

- throw some booze in & it might make an interesting cordial

Tastes just like chicken, no doubt.

If you give in to these kinds of demands people will want a womb with a view.

Organ-ick food.

iScream birthday cake

Stick it in the freezer and pull it out to show to your daughter's first boyfriend when he comes over.

MtB, I agree! and snork to wiredog--miss no opportunity to embarrass them during their teen years!

I like wiredogs idea. I was going to say I prefer flowers and chocolates but this post has sort of made me lose my appetite.

I'm not even going to read it. Gaaak. After-buuurp.

How did my sponge break ?
Was it my mis-take ?
All of my body, covered with oil . . .
Thumbin' my g-string
On my front porch swing
Hell, you were limp then you started to boil

Wastin' away again in my placenta-ville
Searching for my lost lover at fault . . .
Some people claim that I'm the woman to blame
But I know it's nobody's fault

Sure we don't have jobs, and half of south Oreegon has no law of any kind bcs they won't vote for a property tax to pay for a single cop, but HEH we got this covered. So you females are on your own down there.
BTW our great uncles Paul Alllen and Phil Night spend big for their pet issues, but you pleeebs are on your own.

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