Scientific Spring Break


   For many of the parents out there, it is officially Spring Break!  For those of you who have young kids who have the whole week off from school, welcome to The Birubegja School of Evolution.  It is here where we will be conducting a little experiment whereby we will be subjecting a random mother of a ten year old daughter to the constant exposure to the aforementioned ten year old daughter for an entire week without the daily respite known as school. In this case, largely due to my laziness, the subject in question is my lovely wife and the ten year old girl is our daughter.

   Scientists like to draw conclusions based on the results of previous experiments.  As such, here is my hypothesis on what will result from this experiment. I believe that the lovely subject will enter into this task looking pretty much like this…


   Through the intense study of previous experiments on this test subject, and the testimony of other husbands and fathers in similar test environments, I am hypothesizing that by the end of the week of Spring Break, the test subject will show certain evolutionary adaptations that have become a necessity due to the test conditions.  Therefore, here is my approximation of the resulting subject at the end of the constant exposure to our ten year old daughter (and I believe similar effects will be demonstrated on mothers throughout the world in similar circumstances.

   I now present you with the image of evolution I believe will occur to the same woman pictured above after Spring Break is over…


   And as the especially detailed scientist that I am, I have developed the ending result to this particular scientist performing this experiment…namely me.


Happy Spring Break Everybody!

Published by Alan Reese

Greetings blog wanderers and seekers of truth, or whatever truth appears to be from the mind of a warped individual. You have reached the inner sanctum of some guy named Alan. Having graduated college sometime shortly after the Earth cooled, he finds himself in his late 30's and working out in the real world. His humor is dry and his outlook not so serious and somehow has picked up the nasty habit of writing about himself in the third person. He is married with child and loves his family, sports and, of course, his beloved video games...likelihood of his growing up? Not good. Are you an established site or magazine looking for a writer? Drop me a line if you are interested.

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