Closets lined with fabulous clothes; edamame
Tue Dec 12 2006
What's there really to say about this? Not that much, and Gawker concurs, because it's just too overwhelmingly easy. Instead we'd just like to point out the incredible irresponsibility in publishing the following, from the same wackotainment filled WorldNewsDaily article. Here goes:
"Research is now showing that when you feed your baby soy formula, you're giving him or her the equivalent of five birth control pills a day." [Italics THEIRS]
You know what this means don't you? If you take a high dosage of over-the-counter soy-fed babies within 72 hours of unprotected intercourse and then take another battery of babies about 12 hours later, you can most likely prevent an unwanted pregnancy.
Now, granted, preventing implantation of an unwanted fetus by eating soy-fed babies is really only to be used as a last resort, and if you find yourself turning to this method more than once, or if you're suffering severe cramping or vomiting up the babies, see your doctor* immediately.
*or shaman, life coach, guru, witch doctor, tribal elder, college counselor, BFF, trusted gal pal or indispensable guide to all the city has to offer.