Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Reptiloid Threat Continues




You could call it the surprise du jour: A popular food on Vietnamese menus has turned out to be a lizard previously unknown to science, scientists say.

What's more, the newfound Leiolepis ngovantrii is no run-of-the-mill reptile—the all-female species reproduces via cloning, without the need for male lizards.

Just wait until Stephen Colbert hears about this. Prepare to bow down to your Reptiloid Lady Masters, sheeple!

P.S. Be sure to watch the entire Threat Down video, if you want to hear more mocking of scientists.
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6 comments:

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

First they came for the Y chromosome, but I did nothing, because I was sitting on my ass, drinking beer while staring at Coleen's boobs.

Substance McGravitas said...

the all-female species reproduces via cloning, without the need for male lizards.

Right. And their pickle jars just never open, do they?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pickle jars are easy. I regularly open soup containers for a fellow cube mate that challenge my manliness.

So far I have not been defeated, although I've had moments of concern.
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Another Kiwi said...

My urologist says that you should never open soup tins with your manliness.

Smut Clyde said...

Not even dolphins can do that.

Smut Clyde said...

Grismer and his son Jesse Grismer [...] The father-son team

Suspicious absence of a mother from the scene.