ZAZ: Daily Mail links to Ebony as the source. I think Ebony is more credible than Daily Mail, but I have a melanin deficiency mutation (the one found in most people of European descent) and can't speak authoritatively.
Abacus9: You can take the girl out of Alabama...
vygramul: CigaretteSmokingMan: SithLord: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]Approves[www.kcet.org image 600x466]Amateur.John Hurt did make a better insane Caligula than Malcolm McDowell.
saturn badger: JohnAnnArbor: "Babydaddy."I hate that term.babydaddy. babydaddy. babydaddy.There. I said it three times.
m00: qitty: While I am against this sort of lying and hiding things from your kids, for this very reason, because of actual genetics and science and all that boring stuff, you'd think it not be a big deal biblically..if, you know, we're supposed to take the whole Adam and Eve thing seriously.They weren't brother and sisters. More like clones, kinda. I guess if in the dystopian future men have a rib extracted to grow the perfect wife, which is legally not a separate human being and has no rights or ability to own property...wait a minute. biblical views on women suddenly make sense.Maybe we are living in the future and "God" is just the last sentient AI from a technologically advanced past. The human race was on the brink of destruction, due to overindulgence and carelessness... Men were creating legions of sex slaves in vats taken from samples of their body to circumvent personhood laws. After the war, the AI searched for any survivors, as he was programmed to aid humans. Eventually a single man was found, but he had suffered severe brain trauma and had amnesia. The AI called God had his rib removed and placed in the vat, with the other necessary ingredients to make a person -- rare elements gathered from across the ravaged earth. Eve emerged from the vat, and became property of Adam -- as this was the law as programmed into the AI.
upndn: There's a song in here somewhere. Most likely country.
mayIFark: Big deal, how hard it is to move Alabama?
martid4: have probably played a mean banjo.Inspiring.SpiderQueenDemon: I lived in West Virginia for seven years.They call this sort of situation 'Thursday.'
PaLarkin: I'm guessing the states have to be one of the following: Kentucky Tennessee Arkansas West VirginiaThis is the part of the country where people don't have family trees. They have family telephone poles.Glorious.Abacus9: You can take the girl out of Kentucky...
Vectron: They're black people. It doesn't have the same stigma as it does to us.It's harder for them to tell whose father is whose.
Raddamant: Weird Al did it.
CigaretteSmokingMan: SithLord: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]Approves[www.kcet.org image 600x466]Amateur.
SithLord: [www.wearysloth.com image 320x240]Approves
mrswood: saturn badger: JohnAnnArbor: "Babydaddy."I hate that term.babydaddy. babydaddy. babydaddy.There. I said it three times.Great now the babydaddy is going to appear.
JohnAnnArbor: "Babydaddy."I hate that term.
GungFu: Kevin Baconed Score of 1.
doglover: Sister wife, I love you twice: once as a sibling, once as a bride with the ribbing.
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