Yet more stuff that should be in the dictionary but isn’t.
Long-time readers of my previous site may recall the Blog d’Elisson Dictionary, installments of which may be found in that site’s Archives. For other entries in the Cheese Aisle Dictionary, simply click on the sidebar link for Cheese-Dic.
And now, the Word of the Day:
baster’d child [bas-terd child] (n) - A child conceived through the use of artificial insemination.
“Bruce and Sheila tried to have a kid for years. Finally, Bruce got himself checked out - turns out he was shooting blanks. But they went to the clinic and now they have a wonderful baster’d child... little Aimee will be three next month!”
Wednesday, July 10, 2013
THE CHEESE AISLE DICTIONARY, Vol. 18
Posted by Elisson at 10:54 PM
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...... that is not artificial, dude.... that is choosing...
A choice? Of course. There are many couples for whom this is a necessary and valuable option. But since it is insemination accomplished through means other than a Meat-Dick, the Powers that Be refer to it as "Artificial Insemination."
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