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2001-12-27 3:09:38 PM  
Heh, that baby is fat.
 
2001-12-27 3:09:38 PM  
Holy farking Christ on a bicycle! Can you imagine what that was like???? NO THANKS!
 
2001-12-27 3:15:30 PM  
Man,

I was 12Lbs and 3ozs. I set the hospital record for two weeks until some woman had a 14 pounder.
 
2001-12-27 3:16:03 PM  
Remember the chest burster from aliens?
 
2001-12-27 3:16:08 PM  
I coulda sworn that there were two 24-pound babies (different mothers, different times, obviously). This is in an older version of the GBWR.

Only one was a C-section.

Ouch.
 
2001-12-27 3:16:28 PM  
Sounds like Mom ate lots of that goooooooood Wisconsin cheese!
 
2001-12-27 3:17:24 PM  
Forget this lady... 24 lbs in the 1870s?

Jeez! I bet in those days they probably didn't even give out pain killers; they certainly wouldn't have an epidural or anything that would work.
 
2001-12-27 3:18:04 PM  
Dong-bo aggie dong-ku-mung pa-da-da,


that's Korean for "Go suck a fat babies ass"
 
2001-12-27 3:18:55 PM  
BFD... I gave birth to a 15 pound log this morning
 
2001-12-27 3:19:22 PM  
Who farking cares?
 
2001-12-27 3:21:12 PM  
MrTuffPaws' paws must have been tuff on his mom.
 
2001-12-27 3:21:34 PM  
The 24 lb baby is a fricken lie. Look through those 'world record' books and you'll find that the most unbelievable ones happened in the late 1800's and early 1900's. They had no pictures of the 24lb baby, the 15inch snowflake, the raining frogs, etc. It's like a bunch of morons were just trying to become famous, so they made up stories. The Guinness books were like tabloids back then.
 
2001-12-27 3:23:30 PM  
Yeah, I was 12 pounds 11 ounces, no c-section for mom. Needless to say, I was the last kid my mom had. Come to think of it, poor dad.
 
2001-12-27 3:25:01 PM  
Doofus: Keep in mind the baby was delivered Caesarean section, so it's not as if she squeezed the baby out through natural childbirth.

My little brother weighed 13 1/2 pounds when he was born. Fark, he was a fat baby. My mom had gestational diabetes (which is what the lady in the article had) which caused her to gain 80 pounds while pregnant (took her about 5 years to eventually get all of the weight off.. but she did it) and caused my brother to be huge. He didn't learn to walk until he was almost two years old because his head was so big that he couldn't balance. I was only 7 years old, and let me tell you, that was farking hilarious to watch him try to stand up, wobble, and then fall over. He's 15 (almost 16) now and he's one of the smallest kids in his grade. He's 5'6" and weighs maybe 120 pounds... Up until this year he was by far the smallest kid. It's weird how that works.
 
2001-12-27 3:25:46 PM  
What??? No raining frogs. What are you doing? Next your going to say no santa.
 
2001-12-27 3:27:54 PM  
Who needs a ball when you've got a 13 pound baby?
 
2001-12-27 3:27:57 PM  
I need an epidural. Because I ate an entire cheese wheel and am going to have an ass baby.
 
2001-12-27 3:28:12 PM  
Scarneck
Don't know about the raining frogs, but I do know of documented raining fish... I don't see why a storm couldn't pick up frogs too.
 
2001-12-27 3:28:29 PM  
bowling ball, that is
 
TV
2001-12-27 3:29:35 PM  
i weighed an ounce and cost $100 - of course, that was back in the 70's.
 
2001-12-27 3:32:05 PM  
 
2001-12-27 3:34:48 PM  
Fb - Was the father?
 
2001-12-27 3:36:39 PM  
give us the baby!!!
i want yoooo in my bally!!
 
2001-12-27 3:37:43 PM  
surprised it took 20+ posts for an Fb- the father joke
 
2001-12-27 3:42:48 PM  
yeah, raining fish. Will someone please post the picture of batboy, so Doctor will know that he is real too.
 
2001-12-27 3:42:54 PM  
yet another reason to be thankful for that good ol' y-chromosome.
 
2001-12-27 3:47:51 PM  
Scarneck
I'm too lazy to link, but try these:

http://www.earthsky.com/2001/es010302.html

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/uk/newsid_869000/869482.stm

http://www.publish.csiro.au/cyberscience/helix/TH50/TH50B3.htm
 
2001-12-27 3:51:50 PM  
Damm, that kid is a Thanksgiving Turkey!! Fresh from the oven...
 
2001-12-27 3:51:58 PM  
Get out of my belly!!!
 
2001-12-27 3:56:49 PM  
AAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!
 
2001-12-27 4:03:55 PM  
"First baby come out sideways. She didn't scream or nuthin'"
 
2001-12-27 4:04:27 PM  
It's raining fish and frogs!

http://paranormal.about.com/library/weekly/aa050498.htm?terms=rain+fro​g
 
2001-12-27 4:09:13 PM  
Duh it's rained fish and frogs tons of times.

I'm surprised Fark hasn't picked up that Buffalo got another record of snowfall.

27" of snow in 24 hours on the 26-27th on top of the 24" record set the 24th - 25th.

That's snow.
 
2001-12-27 4:10:30 PM  
Oh and by the way the idiots that think January will be warmer than normal in the East and Southeast obviously doesn't know the polar axis will be out of Siberia by mid-January.

It's out of Canada now.
 
TV
2001-12-27 4:22:37 PM  
i thought this thread was about some fatass baby, where the hell did Valkhorn the weather nazi come from.
 
2001-12-27 4:24:12 PM  
Google image search for fat baby:
[image from terristreasures2001.homestead.com too old to be available]
link in case pic doesn't show.
 
2001-12-27 4:26:19 PM  
Submit a link, Valkhorn.
 
2001-12-27 4:31:07 PM  
Valkhorn:

Yea, fark the sun!!!!!!
 
2001-12-27 4:31:20 PM  
[image from med.uni-muenchen.de too old to be available]
 
2001-12-27 4:33:06 PM  
maybe it was that beer ball she ate 9 months ago. Friggin' Milwaukee drunk.


love the Valkhorn the weather nazi comment.
 
2001-12-27 4:38:10 PM  
this is my kinda thread:

fat baby's and the Valkhornian Snowy Apocalypse.
right on!
 
2001-12-27 4:40:34 PM  
what does the polar axis just float around where ever the hell it wants?

"now it's Canada, next it'll be in Siberia, then it's going west to Hawii for some fun in the sun, and then up north again to Idaho.... "
 
2001-12-27 5:01:19 PM  
Okay, so I'm back... I don't know much about a baby heavier than this, but did you see that behemoth kid on TV a month or two ago? He was like 2 years old & 100 pounds! He was fat too, but REALLY big.
 
2001-12-27 5:10:12 PM  
Man what a coincidence. I had gestational diabetes, my husband's name is Jeff, my son is Tyler Jeffrey...BUT my baby only weighed 8 lbs 4 oz at birth!

Oh yeah he was born December 16, congratulate me! :) 11 days old today!
 
2001-12-27 5:13:46 PM  
You guys are killing me with the fish and frogs stuff. If you keep reading those tabloids, they're gonna keep printing them.

The killer bees will be here from Mexico by June. RUN!!!
 
2001-12-27 5:24:35 PM  
Scarneck
Don't know where you live, but they're already in New Mexico & Texas... I used to live in those parts!

Let me guess, Africanized bees aren't real either?
 
2001-12-27 8:52:41 PM  
Ass Man:
I hope you didn't honestly say that. Man you're not too bright or obviously don't know about meteorology.

I was a tad incorrect on polar axis. Right now its from Siberia to Scandinavia, then 2 weeks later it will do a 90 degree turn.

As from the out of Canada to Siberia thing I was meant to refer to the Jet Stream.
 
2001-12-27 9:04:09 PM  
Doctor: Do you mean Zack the 70 lb. baby from the Jerry Springer show? He was a farking tub.
 
2001-12-27 9:04:35 PM  
close tag. friggin' idiot
 
2001-12-27 10:14:46 PM  
LadyAlexa:
Congrats & well done!
Show us some pics, okay?
 
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