RR Anderson, DIY Cultural Arts Specialist

Jul. 20, 2008 at 2:02pm

The Meconium, The Colostrum: both terrible names for downtown condominiums

Exciting words you learn after sexual reproduction

Exciting names Tacoma Cartoonist RR Anderson has learned after sexual reproduction presented in exit133 condo-booster format!


The Meconium - Starting at $300K!

Meconium me·co·ni·um [mi-koh-nee-uhm] n. A dark green fecal material that accumulates in the fetal intestines and is discharged at or near the time of birth.



The Colostrum - $175K

boob co·los·trum [kuh-los-truhm] n. The thin, yellowish fluid secreted by the mammary glands at the time of parturition that is rich in antibodies and minerals, and precedes the production of true milk. Also called foremilk. [Latin.] --co·los“tral (-tr…l) adj.

comments [3]  |  posted under baby, developer, human biology, life, reproduction, sexual education, tacoma

Comments

by AP on 7/21/2008 @ 12:13am
What's next? I challenge you to top these. I want to be shocked..

by dawntown on 7/21/2008 @ 8:52am
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by marumaruyopparai on 7/22/2008 @ 12:12pm
Why the spoon? Visual aid or is this pre-taste test? Congratulations by the way, great choice of name for the little one.

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