r/Damnthatsinteresting Interested Oct 04 '22 Silver 5 Helpful 4 Wholesome 5 All-Seeing Upvote 2 Take My Energy 1 Dread 1

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u/His_Little_Wolf Oct 05 '22 Gold

I wish they showed how the organs inside the woman's body moves to accommodate the fetus. Everything gets shifted in a big way

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

I was wondering where all her organs went. I assume they get pressed up into the rib cage? It makes me feel like it would be difficult to breath.

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u/pistil-whip Oct 05 '22

It can be difficult to breathe, especially laying down on your back. The organs get all pushed up - that’s partly why some women you get heartburn from stomach acid splashing up your esophagus. Tall women have it easier, anecdotally.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

I kept complaining to my doctor while I was in labor that the kid was kicking me in the ribs the past week and it hurts so bad, I'm glad it's going to be over soon. She tried to calm me down by telling me she had just had a mother in who had fractured ribs from the kicking. Then had to go in labor with fractured ribs. It did not calm me down. Lol

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u/BeowulfsGhost Oct 05 '22

Not exactly the best in bedside manner…

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u/maddythemadmuddymutt Oct 05 '22

The hell, how should that story be calming?

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Like saying I had it easier than others, so not to worry so much. But it made me worry more lol

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u/myjupitermoon Oct 05 '22

R.i.p the woman's bladder, gotta pee like every ten minutes.

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u/myjupitermoon Oct 05 '22

I wish they would also show the timeline of all the events.

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u/ConnorFree Oct 04 '22

and now look at me, I can’t even find the right house coming home drunk.

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u/justreddis Oct 05 '22

Dang you have a house?

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u/ConnorFree Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I think so..I’m still looking

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u/Fine-Bed Oct 05 '22

bro stop ringing my bell..this isn’t your house

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u/ConnorFree Oct 05 '22

let me in..I’ve got leftover cheese fries and half a PBR

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u/GlazedDonutGloryHole Oct 05 '22

If those cheese fries have bacon bits on top you can crash on the couch.

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u/Horti_boi Oct 04 '22

No storks? I’ve been had!

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u/trwwy321 Oct 05 '22

No “we found you in a dumpster behind a back alley”? My life is a lie!

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u/shapu Oct 05 '22

No, that part is true

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u/Shufflepants Oct 05 '22

This is where storks come from. Unborn storks just look remarkably similar to human babies. After the stork is born, it grows to maturity in around 50 days and begins its work ferrying human babies from the cabbage patch to expectant parents.

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u/Big-Caterpillar-60 Oct 04 '22 Wholesome Faith In Humanity Restored

I need a cigarette

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u/graceetchemkeem Oct 05 '22

i need a hysterectomy

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u/IMOMPGSUC Oct 04 '22

IIIIIIIIII wanna dance with somebody

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u/DougFrankenstein Oct 05 '22

I wanna feel the HEAT with somebody

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u/Living-Remote-3061 Oct 05 '22

WITTHHHHH SOMEEBOODYYYY WHOOO LOVVVEES MEEEEEEEE

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u/blingybangbang Oct 04 '22

Why is the lady sprouting flowers?

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u/HappilyMeToday Oct 05 '22

That’s our ‘secret garden’.

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u/JeremyJaLa Oct 05 '22

Didn’t you know? Women grow flowers whilst pregnant.

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u/itaniumonline Oct 04 '22

A complex chain of events just to be named Chad.

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u/Duoirel Oct 04 '22

Pops out with a tank top, shorts and smoking.

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u/trwwy321 Oct 05 '22

*vaping

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u/zizuu21 Oct 05 '22

Jorts*

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u/CaptainCAAAVEMAAAAAN Oct 05 '22

I think X Æ A-12 wins the shitty names prize. lol

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u/Canadianretordedape Oct 04 '22

Wait wait wait. So when there’s like 100 of them attached to the egg what happens to the other ones once one blows threw. Do they collectively just give up or is there a signal to go find a different one or do they just leave and die.

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u/cleaning_my_room_ Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

The egg’s shell hardens as soon as one enters so that others don’t. The sperm are following a chemical signal to find the egg, so I expect they hang around until they die a few days later.

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u/YnaryN Oct 04 '22

I read somewhere a while ago that it is not the fittest or fastest sperm breaking in but it is actually the egg that decides which sperm to let in. Not sure if I explained it correctly.

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u/Background_Add210 Oct 05 '22 Wholesome

Why the fuck did it choose me 😭😭

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u/Simplyaperson4321 Oct 05 '22 Silver Looking

It's actually wrong to consider the situation as "the egg chose me", implying that you were the sperm. You were both equally the egg and the sperm, so in this case it would be most accurate to say that you chose yourself.

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u/markymarkfro Oct 05 '22 Gold

More like "congrats, you played yourself"

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u/Teknoeh Oct 05 '22

I always knew I was a bastard.

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u/a_splendiferous_time Oct 05 '22

So it would seem i've been making bad decisions since even before I was conceived 😕

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u/itsrghtbehindmeisnit Oct 05 '22

Why is this such an absolute mindfuck to consider.

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u/Ozlin Oct 05 '22

Yes. Hmm, maybe it's because it's difficult to imagine being made of two things when we spend so much of life as one? Like can the big bang contemplate itself being one thing in a brief moment when it is all things the next? Are we then a little bang? Inverse bang? Interrobang‽

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u/No-Diver6326 Oct 05 '22

I want to get stoned with you

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u/TheWayToBe714 Oct 05 '22

I want to take psychedelics with you

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Stand in the mirror naked and wriggle like a sperm, all will become clear.

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u/OldSackofBeef Oct 05 '22 Helpful

How long does this take?! I’m getting tired.

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u/Sirix_8472 Oct 05 '22

Determine your size as a sperm, calculate the distance you need to travel, determine the average travel speed of sperm in womb(specified so you don't take air velocity to face as the speed).

Calculate the tike it will take you to travel distance at that speed. This is now your individual wriggle time.

Have fun..

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u/cleaning_my_room_ Oct 05 '22

Is this an African sperm, or a European sperm?

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u/unnamed_ned Oct 05 '22

I don't know that!

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u/maffiossi Oct 05 '22

AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH

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u/teej2379 Oct 05 '22

That is what she said...

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u/mrkushnugz Oct 05 '22

That is what he said...

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u/The_Zobe Oct 05 '22

This guy sperms

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u/2010_12_24 Oct 05 '22

You are the egg and the sperm. You chose you.

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u/neon_alchemy Oct 05 '22

You were the best option

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u/SergioPerez_11 Oct 05 '22

Fuckin yikes dude. My dad was blasting out rubberheads if that was the case.

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u/Yeshua-Christ Oct 05 '22

No. Sometimes mistakes are made

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u/scandyflick88 Oct 05 '22

We start making mistakes pretty early.

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u/trchili Oct 05 '22

You chose you.

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u/DooDooTyphoon Oct 05 '22

Don't be down on yourself, you were clearly the best candidate. It's your dad's fault for having such weak ass competition

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u/Betrix5068 Oct 05 '22

Or mom’s fault for having a dud egg, even if the perfect sperm was chosen. 90% sure that’s what happened with me at any rate.

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u/DooDooTyphoon Oct 05 '22

Or mom's dud egg could've chosen a dud sperm...

Hold up I needa rethink my existence

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u/iamaliberalpausenot Oct 05 '22

It’s almost like all of us are chosen. Take that depression 🙂

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/doej134567 Oct 05 '22

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20200611/The-egg-decides-which-sperm-fertilizes-it.aspx

Can't find the reddit post about it right now but here is one of the many articles about it.

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u/mawkdugless Oct 05 '22

The original sorting hat

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u/LiLT13-_- Oct 05 '22

So essentially I didn’t fight against millions of my siblings to win a spot on this shitty earth and I am a fucking loser? Cool

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Quite the contrary. It’s like you were drafted first round first pick. Recruited even. Like that scene in a movie where the white coach goes and picks up a kid from the hood to give him a chance and end racism in the small town circuit.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/sonicpieman Oct 05 '22

Cuz the sperm moves so it seems to have more agency.

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u/songbirdsdance Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22 Wholesome

There's a whole social theory that the language used around fertilization reflects society and medicine's misogyny and sexism.

We attribute agency and an Olympian victory to sperm and a demure, passive role to the egg because those are the roles men and women are meant to fill in society.

Emily Martin's The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female is one of many papers which discuss this phenomena. It's been written about and studied for over 30 years yet the myth of a strong sperm and submissive egg still remain.

Edit: Amended for an incorrect link.

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u/cleaning_my_room_ Oct 05 '22

Even if the egg “chooses”, wouldn’t that mean the egg decided which sperm was the fittest?

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u/pookiedookie232 Oct 05 '22

You are the egg and the sperm. You chose yourself, and that's the most beautiful thing in the universe.

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/Canadianretordedape Oct 04 '22

So it hardens almost instantly. Is that what the dark coloured stuff was that started to “leak” when the soldier broke threw?

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u/cleaning_my_room_ Oct 05 '22

The sperm penetration process is called the acrosome reaction, which releases enzymes to help it get into the egg.

Once it enters, it causes the egg to release cortical granules, which are organelles that prevent other sperm from entering. I expect that is what the dark colored stuff was meant to show.

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u/Educational-Two-3833 Oct 05 '22

How fast is that second process and what are the chances a second sperm cell gets lucky

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u/from_dust Oct 05 '22

Clinically, the sperm is not alive. It does not consume anything and does not reproduce.

Personally I've always thought it a beautiful metaphor: the egg holds all the capacity for biological function, the sperm is itself, a spark of intention. One, in a load of several million intentions becomes the deciding choice. Just as every decision we make is a narrowing of millions of possible choices. Together they blend, and form what we recognize as the life of the animal kingdom.

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u/hemorhoidsNbikeseats Oct 05 '22

Damn bruh pass that shit this way

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u/dustyceilingfan Oct 05 '22

Huhuhuh you said load

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u/unkichikun Oct 04 '22 Silver

They're going to a special farm upstate.

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u/FoghornFarts Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

No, at most there are only a few that even get to the egg. Out of 250 million sperm, all but ~20 die before even getting to the fallopian tubes. For people who are actively trying and have no fertility issues, there's a reason the chance of conception is only 30% per cycle.

Go watch "The Great Sperm Race" on YT. It's hilarious and campy as hell, but hands down the best explanation of conception I've seen.

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u/lemonlime45 Oct 04 '22

The skipped the part where that huge baby has to exit by way of the vagina. The whole thing is pretty miraculous though.

Probably a stupid question but I will ask it. The sperm are depicted as swimming up to the egg....are they swimming in the semen the whole journey or at some point do they travel outside of the semen? Just doesn't seem like semen itself would flow that far with all the internal obstacles? At least in cartoon anatomy.

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u/Bfranx Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I'm an osteopathic medical student and we actually went over fertilization about a month ago.

Seminal fluid stops at the end of the vagina. Beyond that point they're swimming through uterine mucus.

The seminal coating is actually removed as sperm enter the uterus through a process called capacitation.

This process also destabilizes the acrosome (contains enzymes for entering the egg) and changes the tail so that sperm can swim faster (hypermotility).

EDIT: I forgot to include this, but sperm don't swim in a continuous stream like the video shows unless the female is ovulating.

Ovulation sends a signal that stimulates the sperm to enter the uterus, otherwise they'll stay in the mucus near the cervix for up to 72 hours before degrading.

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u/Da_Boom Oct 05 '22

So does that mean that if the woman starts ovulating in that 72 hour period, she can still get pregnant?

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u/Bfranx Oct 05 '22

Yep!

This is why couples trying to conceive are usually told to have intercourse in the days leading up to ovulation.

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u/a_splendiferous_time Oct 05 '22

So the sperm just chills until, "the beacon is lit! Gondor calls for aid," and then suddenly the whole battalion hauls ass and starts wriggling like demented tadpoles into the cervix.

Imagine if we could feel that. 😬

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u/Bfranx Oct 05 '22

Sperm big enough to be felt would make things weird for everybody 😬

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u/TProfi_420 Oct 05 '22

Imagine one single giant sperm just plopping out when you nut.

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u/GoinMyWay Oct 05 '22

And you name it there and then.

This comment section got cursed right quick.

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u/Agile_Dimension_1296 Oct 05 '22

I think celibacy would be way more common

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 26 '22

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u/BamInyeup Oct 05 '22

Imagine it could scream

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u/L3tum Oct 05 '22

Suddenly at 2am "AAAAAHHHHH"

"Wow, little Timmy just nutted a fat one. Please go and help him put it down, dear"

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u/tydalt Oct 05 '22

Trying to kill it after you jerk off would be a chore.

Flyswatter? Rolled up magazine? Stomp on it?

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u/nxcrosis Oct 05 '22

And then you just stare at it flopping around while what's left of your dick is in your hand.

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u/MyAltforMostlyJoking Oct 05 '22

Masterbation is suddenly a crime in Texas.

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u/ThirteenMatt Oct 05 '22

May I introduce you to Drosophila Bifurca?

Males of this species are known to have the longest sperm cells of any organism on Earth—5.8 cm long when uncoiled, over twenty times the entire body length of the male

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u/friendlyfireworks Oct 05 '22

I'm sure some hentai artist is way ahead of you.

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u/RectalRomeo Oct 05 '22

You could probably get the effect by using actual tadpoles

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u/twinklestein Oct 05 '22

I hate this

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u/cameratoo Oct 05 '22

That's enough internet for today

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u/Blocstorm Oct 05 '22

You’ll be back

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u/DontGoGivinMeEvils Oct 05 '22

And the egg will answer. Muster the uterine mucus!

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u/thetaFAANG Oct 05 '22

I’m glad someone mentioned this

Semens is not absorbed by the body and falls out, sperm is separate and stays in the mucus if there is enough time

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u/meginosea Oct 05 '22

I listened to a related science Friday episode recently. Pretty interesting.

https://www.sciencefriday.com/segments/sperm-swim-together/

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u/Happy_Citron9296 Oct 05 '22

Thanks for explaining! Another question, if I may ask. Why can only one sperm cell enter the egg cell?

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u/Bfranx Oct 05 '22

No problem!

As for your question, I actually just wrote up an answer for someone else here.

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u/LoudBoysenerry Oct 05 '22

Sperm does not swim up to the egg so much as it arrives there by accident. Its only function is to go forward. It ends up going everywhere.

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u/Spirit_Panda Oct 05 '22

ends up going everywhere.

🤔

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

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u/DiaDeLosMuertos Oct 05 '22

Ah my favorite indie rock band

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u/excel958 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

Cum in my fishbowl!

Oh shit they’re eating it!

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u/Conscious_Exit_5547 Oct 05 '22

And paying for college

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u/mawkdugless Oct 04 '22 Take My Energy Evil Cackle

Show it with a sock next

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u/Varian01 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

I mean, leave a “used” sock in a damp area and over time, it’ll grow fungus. Different type of life...

Not from personal experience.

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u/mawkdugless Oct 05 '22

Hate to break it to you, but you're a dad!! Find you a nice pair of New Balances ASAP

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u/Buttmonkey52698 Oct 05 '22

That reminds me I need to schedule my vasectomy

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u/Broghan51 Oct 04 '22 Today I Learned

I did that once.

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u/mcitar Oct 04 '22

No way Beavis

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u/GonePhishn401 Oct 04 '22

reminds me of that one track in mario kart

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u/ChronoBae Oct 04 '22

I was there

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u/Yeshua-Christ Oct 05 '22

I wasn't

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u/DesoTheDegenerate Oct 05 '22

I was gonna comment "Jesus Christ" but then I saw your semi relevant username

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u/CelibateGamer Oct 04 '22

How do they all get in there in the first place?

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u/putthepenisdown Oct 05 '22

The user names here are brilliant 🙃

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u/slutgenius Oct 04 '22

Snap me, I'll show you.

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u/hlc6568 Oct 05 '22

This is why these things need to be taught age appropriate in school! I can't believe how ignorant so many people are about their bodies and how they work. Sex EDUCATION is important! Ignorance is not bliss and It should be painful.

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u/Hotwheels-666 Oct 05 '22

For real, I had no idea beautiful flowers exploded out of women at about 8 months.

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u/return2ozma Oct 05 '22

That baby took up so much room! Where did all the guts go?

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u/booknin Oct 05 '22

Squish. They go squish where ever else they can fit (in fairness, clearly there is room). And then your bladder gets compacted (and/or kicked) and you have to pee every 30 minutes morning and night.
Source: I birthed 2 kids. One of them liked to spin in the womb like those Olympic swimmers kicking off from the wall. The other one just gave me heartburn for some reason.

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u/insomniacakess Oct 05 '22

my kid gave me heartburn like it was going out of style

that and HG.. fuckin’ morning sickness on crack times ten

he came out alright, thankfully

but rip my ribs, they still hurt three years later (he upgraded from kicking the inside to kicking the outside.. and hitting.. and the occasional bite)

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u/Unlucky_Gur_3881 Oct 05 '22

I'm pregnant with my second right now and the squishing is the worst. Struggling to breathe like normal, peeing constantly (I already had a bad bladder anyway) and my digestive system is all irritated since it can't work normally. Just... 13 more weeks 🥲

It's always interesting to me how you can have totally different pregnancies. My first granted I was quite young but I had basically zero symptoms/bump, I was just going about life like normal. This time round has been unforgiving!

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u/_TheBlackPope_ Oct 05 '22

Heartburn sucks, bless you

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u/MyDearBrotherNumpsay Oct 05 '22

I was under the impression that the egg was much further down the fallopian tube during ovulation and subsequent fertilization. I guess it might depend on when you bump uglies.

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u/danrod17 Oct 05 '22

In California this was taught in school. I think you’re under estimating how stupid people are.

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u/CarpeDiebartdie Oct 05 '22

Is this the beginning of Look Who's Talking?

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u/Razorraf Oct 05 '22

I didn’t hear The Beach Boys.

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u/dudipusprime Oct 05 '22

The fact that I had to scroll this far to find this reference makes me feel like an ancient dinosaur here on reddit and I am barely 30.

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u/potluck88 Oct 05 '22

It’s always wild to me when I think that if my wife and I had sex a little later or earlier during that day, our child would be someone completely different and not this amazing little guy we have now.

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u/Lkiop9 Oct 04 '22

It’s actually interesting because science has shown that women’s eggs actually choose the sperm they want.

source

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u/[deleted] Oct 05 '22

Some don’t choose wisely

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u/Shisno85 Oct 05 '22

Maybe, or maybe the other choices were just that much worse.

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u/buckphifty150150 Oct 04 '22

Mitochondria is the power house of the cell

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u/ultraclese Oct 04 '22

Where is the chlorophyll

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u/superboringfellow Oct 04 '22

more like...

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u/nonnemat Oct 05 '22

Borophyl. And a username that matches, to boot!

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u/According-Shake3045 Oct 04 '22

And this is why my daughter got me a coffee mug that says “Happy Father’s Day, from your champion swimmer“

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u/GroatyMcScroty Oct 04 '22

Is this what scoring looks like?

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u/scottieButtons Oct 04 '22

Damnit bevis, I told you to wait your turn..

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u/MookieT Oct 04 '22

Hey you reading this... Yeah, you!! That was once you. Look at how much you've changed

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u/Chupathingy66 Oct 04 '22

Thank you for posting!!

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u/Cholosinbarrio Oct 05 '22

So are we getting a prequel? 🧐

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u/yehEy2020 Oct 05 '22

Now i want an animation of this but her tubes are tied and the sperm swim around in the dead end

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u/Business_Estimate631 Oct 05 '22

Kinda... sped through that fetus growth segment... Its not just "egg attaches to uterine lining and then here's just a whole baby."

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u/Holding_close_to_you Oct 05 '22

I won't complain, don't have 8 months to watch a single gif

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u/kwazimot0 Oct 04 '22

That background art makes me uncomfortable

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u/katekohli Oct 05 '22

Funny thing is the quickest part is the longest part in video

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u/Jazzysmooth11 Oct 05 '22

wait, at which point did life begin? Supreme court wants to know.

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u/SanctuaryMoon Oct 05 '22

I think technically life began about 4 billion years ago and everything since has just been a continuation.

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u/DesoTheDegenerate Oct 05 '22

Alternative argument is when brand new DNA was created

nobody wins yaaaaaaaay

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u/crazielectrician Oct 04 '22

Skipped the best part.

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u/jimmyhoke Oct 05 '22

No I mentioned the bisque.

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u/guidance_internal_80 Oct 05 '22

Does anyone know if there are videos online depicting what happened leading up to this point?

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u/zephyr-zoo Oct 05 '22

I highly doubt it. Scholars maintain that process is still a complete mystery.

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u/GreyJedi56 Oct 04 '22

Um... They got the tail wrong it moves on more of a corkscrew

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u/Gainsborough-Smythe Oct 04 '22

Hmm, so basically the egg is inundated with date requests, and gets to choose her favorite.

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u/StoneTown Oct 05 '22

Sounds like any woman on Tinder

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u/EnderSavesTheDay Oct 05 '22

Sex be a funky biological Rube Goldberg machine.

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u/BeowulfsGhost Oct 04 '22

Fun fact, most sperm cells are only used to kill another man’s sperm cells.

There must have been some serious orgy action going on in the history of our species.

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u/10tothe24 Oct 04 '22

Ohhhh yea

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u/writepielie Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

Ugh, they’re like little worms. Thanks for my r/dailydoseofbirthctrl

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u/Canoli_316 Oct 05 '22

I learned this from the opening credits from Look Who’s Talking. I was literally singing Let My Love Open The Door while watching this.

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u/air__guitar Oct 05 '22

Dramatic reenactment of my biggest mistake

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u/JadeEclypse Oct 05 '22

Except it's very rare for the first sperm that starts to penetrate the egg to actually not be dissolved.

They say the fastest sperm wins the prize and that's not exactly true. The pH of the egg actually dissolves the protein of the sperm.

The medium sperm wins the egg because it's fast enough and smart enough to not get dissolved to soon or lost, and it often takes the place of the ones have started to drill their way in but dissolve too soon.

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u/Revolutionary_Mark59 Oct 05 '22

The only time I wish I wouldn’t of won.