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13 Responses to Enjoy the day.

  1. dima says:

    How does asexual reproduction connected with Xmas? :D
    i really want to know)

    • monototo says:

      The alleged miraculous conception/parthenogenesis which lead to a virgin giving birth to the chirst child. Which lead to people getting drunk at their office parties, unprecedented consumerism and songs about flying reindeer. Cheers.

  2. april says:

    Really? Think real hard.
    I’ll give you a hint….say “Christmas” out loud, slowly.

  3. Stripe says:

    Sounds like an immaculate misconception to me.

    Merry Christmas!

  4. dima says:

    Xmas sounds like x * mas??
    produce extra mass???)
    i dont know..
    maybe it’s some wordplay that i don’t catch ’cause i am not american?

  5. melissa says:

    “Xmas” is shorthand for “Christmas.” So…the asexual part would be referring to the divine conception of Christ.

    Merry Christmas!

  6. subWOW says:

    LOL. Brilliant. Merry Xmas!

  7. m says:

    I guess I’m not the only one who brewed on xmas.

  8. johanges says:

    I think that in the case of Mary, that would be mono-sexual reproduction (i.e., “parthenogenesis”). Or maybe theo-sexual reproduction?

    But as for the “Brewers Yeast” (typically Saccharomyces cerevisiae) it actually can reproduce both asexually (diploid cells) and a primitive form of sexual reproduction involving a and α haploid cells.

    The fun part is that even simple jug of beer contains such unexpected miracles of nature. Happy New Year!

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