Don’t know quite what to make of this, but it would seem that having a clown around, and not just what a wife usually calls a husband, could really help a woman who’s trying to get pregnant.
It certainly makes for an odd image.
Still not entirely sure how I feel about Bozo somersaulting over his giant shoes into the room and groping my recently-post-coital wife while secretly honking a Model-T airhorn behind his back.
-As long as it works!
+AND; -AND, we can verify the child is DEFINITELY mine.
Just: Please, FOR CHRIST’S SAKE!, don’t make pulling a bouquet, impossibly long handkerchief, or exploding can of snakes out of an improbably small place, a part of the act, OK?
-been trying to get that girl to play dress-up all these years,
NOW she finally says Yes.
I knew there was a good reason I never liked clowns.
Now there are two.
IVF Success-Rate-Study Increase Links at the bottom:
Photo Credits: “CLOWN AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL”, by marc falardeau
• via: Reuters
• More Coverage: Phys.org
• Source Study: Fertility&Sterility-The effect of medical clowning on pregnancy rates after in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer