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SNL explains perfectly why the men
folks can't have a baby
by Nathan'ette Burdine: April 9, 2018
 


Saturday Night Live (SNL) explained perfectly why the men folks can’t have a baby. Hint, it’s because of their biology and anatomy.

That’s right folks. The men folks aren’t made to give birth. There’s no place for the infant to come out of.

If men folks tried giving birth, it would lead to a very ugly shituation whereby the men folks would cease to be.

Now, it’s no secret that the women folks want the men folks to feel as bad as they feel when they're pregnant. The women folks have nine months of their bodies changing in order to accommodate the life that is developing inside of them.

There are mood swings. There are swings. And sometimes the poor men folks happen to get in the way of the mood swings and the fist swings. It happens.

That’s why the women folks get real happy when they hear that the “good” doctor has found a way for the men folks to give birth.

For example, take poor Mr. Watson, played by Beck Bennett, and his wife Mrs. Watson, played by Kate McKinnon, who was grinning from one ear to the other while walking behind her very pregnant husband.

Mr. Watson was happy too that he could share with his wife what no other man has shared.

All of Mr. Watson’s happiness, however, quickly faded away when the reality hit him that he is a man trying to do what only a woman is made to do.

And that reality hit Mr. Watson when the “good” doctor, played by Chadwick Boseman, let him know that the fetus was going to come out of his pee pee hole. Mr. Watson’s upside down quickly turned into an “OH SHIT” frown.

Mr. Watson told the “good” doctor that he is “worried about my penis.” And the “good” doctor responded, “We all are.”








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