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How I Became a Famous Pickup Artist : Part 1

As far as I was concerned, she was perfect. She was at least as smart as I was, was a dancer and had the body to prove it, and had a smile that could disarm the national guard. Let's call her Julie.

So, like an earthworm stalking it's prey, I put my usual game on her. Since my last flowchart was so popular, I've made another one to show you how I dealt with the ladies back then:

Nedless to say, things went slowly. We hung out nearly every day for the last couple months of our Senior year summer vacation. Like many guys, I was totally oblivious to her attraction for me. One morning Julie came over really early while I was still sleeping, and squeezed into my twin bed with me. I woke up, and assumed that she must be tired - it didn't even occur to me that she might like me. Finally on the last week of that vacation she said to me,

Men Can Get Pregnant Too

On Dcornely Brain & Behavior

Bill's wife Sue is three months pregnant... and so is he. Or at least he feels like he is. Bill has all the same symptoms as Sue, weight gain, morning sickness, and is even cramping in his lower abdomen. But men can't get pregnant... RIGHT?

To be continued....

About two months ago, Sue's baby (or fetus) was beginning to develop brain swellings. By her fourth prenatal week, the fetus brain has developed three swellings known as the Forebrain, Midbrain, and Hindbrain. Leading into the next week (week 5) these swellings have now developed into five swellings known as the Telencephalon, Diencephalon, Mesencephalon, Metencephalon, and Myelencephalon.


This is what the embryonic brain looks like during fetal development, pinpointing the five major swellings.

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