Thursday, February 23, 2006

The Battle For Racial Supremacy Begins In The Womb

It appears that if you're mixing races when doing the nasty, and planning to have children, you don't have to settle for the child that looks like you just put everything in the pot all at once and let it simmer (though those kids always look pretty), but you can also spit out just white and just black rug rats also. Granted it's a million-to-one chance, but don't tell that to Kylie (19) and her partner Remi (17):
When Kylie Hodgson gave birth to twin daughters by caesarean section, she was just relieved that they had arrived safely.

It was only when the midwife handed them over for her to hold that she noticed the difference between them.

Remee, who weighed 5lb 15oz, was blonde and fair skinned. Her sister Kian, born a minute later weighing 6lb, was black.

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So a nice story for our new colorblind world. I'm sure the father was very proud once he confirmed his wife wasn't sleeping with the United Colors of Benetton (old school son). Now all those kids have to do is get over the fact that their father is seventeen, and his name is Remi, with an emphasis on the "i."

Black and white twins [The Daily Mail]
Meet my twin sister [NY Daily News]
It doesn't count if you're a test-tube baby [Dateline NBC]

12 comments:

  1. Whoa. Crazy!

    I have a friend who had twins a few years ago. He is hispanic and his wife is white and their beautiful girls each took on the characteristics of one parent.

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  2. Your tone is somewhat ambiguious (or mocking), afraid racial harmony will take place to soon and you will lose your byline son?

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  3. Anonymous2/23/2006

    It's really the most fair way to go about it. For every cute blended child there's two awkward-looking ones. Check out OJ's kids. Or me.

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  4. Anonymous2/23/2006

    This reminds me of the story about the white couple who had a black child. Genes, what are you gonna do with 'em?

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  5. Lucifer2/23/2006

    How com Micheal Jackson has white kids?

    What's up with that!?

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  6. what's sad or funny is that the colored one is still cuter but the white one will make more money....

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  7. While we're playing the reminds-me-of-Game...reminds me of the short story Desiree's Baby by Kate Chopin.

    Very very interesting.

    I'd be bummed out if my Dad was 17...or even in his teens during any part of my childhood.

    --RC of strangeculture.blogspot.com

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  8. They gonna end up getting paid for this shit aren't they? Teenagers having kids, bleak future for most, but these horny kids will end up with a movie deal or something... fuckers!

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  9. That's a pretty striking difference! Both little girls are lovely, although Kian (the dark baby) is stunning, IMO.

    Rainbow families are fun. We have kids of different colors, although adoption is the prosaic reason in our case.

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  10. I'd have been kinda pissed. I like my honey colored baby and I look forward to making more.

    And it's always nice having ambigious racial appearance. That way people have to decide what they think of you based on your actions, and not what they think of people who look like you.

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  11. Anonymous2/24/2006

    Is the other baby white or albino? The baby looks albino to me. Why is this a phenom? We know children can take on the genes of one ancestors, which explains why many children do not look like their parents.

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  12. I want to know if they did a DNA test to confirm that the white baby belongs to the black daddy. Since two eggs were fertalized, it's quite possible that the black mommy, had sex with the black daddy and then had sex with her boss within days, fertilizing two seperate eggs. Chances are her boss is white (is that racist?. If you look at the black baby, she looks bigger than the white baby. Perhaps she's a week or two older. Or perhaps that is just an example that black babies are superior physical specimens.

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