h a l f b a k e r y
Naturally, seismology provides the answer.
add, search, annotate, link, view, overview, recent, by name, random
news, help, about, links, report a problem
or get an account
One of my babies is now an insurance clerk so this idea is too
late for me. Nonetheless I used to wear babies a lot and
they tended to get very heavy. This was a very good thing
because it helped me keep in shape for a long time after
they were born. But I only carried them on my back and
front. Other body parts are available.
The idea is therefore this: stockings into which babies can
be inserted, next to the parent's calves or thighs. Give 'em
all breathing tubes and with quadruplets you could be
carrying eight kilos or more per leg and it would be
amazingly strenuous. If they need attention, just roll them
down and access the infants for feeding or changing.
And you could fit two more babies on your torso and maybe a
couple on your arms and you'd be up to twenty-four kilos.
It'd be amazing!
||//One of my babies is now an insurance clerk// I'm so sorry,
||Actually we're astonished that she was able to be so
"normal". She's got a mortgage! How did this happen?!
||Fraud, falsifying documents, and obtaining money by deception is the usual route.
||New meaning to the term 'anklebiters...'