The True Story of Human Development

When I learned about reproduction in Biology, the line explaining sperm vs. egg production was always a joke about “quality vs. quantity.” Now, I know the true story behind that.

In fact, we should just remove Biology from school curriculums and replace those classes with this one video.

It explains everything we ever needed to know about our un-intelligently-designed bodies and how they developed:

In retrospect, God really should’ve been able to guess Lucifer’s hand…

(via NonStampCollector)

  • http://religiouscomics.net Jeff

    I glad to see that nonStampCollector came out of “retirement” to make another video. I liked this one a lot.

  • Shannon

    LOL! Sounds about right ;-)

  • bigjohn756

    I have always wondered how we got such an awkward arrangement. Now I know.

  • MH

    It makes so much sense!

  • mikespeir

    I don’t know. This doesn’t strike me as funny. Probably just me.

  • Demetrius Of Pharos

    That’s better than hilarious – to quote Ernie Cline, that’s downright AIRWOLF!

  • Christopher

    Awesome, I loved it

  • Rieux

    I think God was hoping for a flush on the river. With a 6 on the board, it doesn’t take a genius to recognize that He needed that flush, or pocket kings/tens/(eventually) eights, or the one possible straight on the board, in order to win.

    BTW, “Dealer’s Choice,” the Wes Craven-directed episode of the 1980s revival of The Twilight Zone, also involved the Devil constantly drawing a set of sixes.

  • http://zufallsbit.de/blog vcover

    Jesus played his hand horrible. You don’t basically call everything with top pair and an alright kicker. Especially when your opponent reraises all the time. Idiot.

    Oh btw Jesus, if you’re reading this. Call me, I’ll give you some poker lessons.

  • muggle

    Hilarious. However, he overlooked homosexuality.

  • Amy G

    omg I thought this was hilarious! I sent it to all of my facebook friends and MADE my boyfriend watch. He loved it too, of course.

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