they/them/their pronouns again for right now please i’ve been really upset lately and don’t want wake my gender issues up in the middle of this
In the passages of the tomb of Pharaoh Chafulumisa, the air is not so much air as it is a stench, a black, viscous reek which bubbles up from the necropolis’ center. A particularly noisome wind blows past, causing me to halt and gag, bobbing nauseously as my torch’s flame. Then, over the sputtering pitch, I hear it: a shrieking, a squeaking, a fluttering, roaring coming fast towards me. Before I can run or even yell, the fuckbats are upon me. Once ordinary bats, the fuckbats are creatures which have been warped and molded by dark arts into vessels of vile lust. Their wings are thirty bat dicks, woven together by mummy magic into a pair of erogenous membranes which hurl their tiny, gasping bodies onward and upward with each violent orgasm. My torch gutters out from their ecstatic screeches and spasming wings, and I am subsumed by the darkness, another victim of the pharaoh’s curse.
my computer was likely stolen earlier today, along with access to all my accounts and about six months’ worth of my music
"no homo" I whisper as I look at my garden of pea plants. The progeny had expressed a 1:2:1 ratio of phenotypes. I am Gregor Mendel.
You nerds, that ratio is 1 homozygous dominant, 2 heterozygotes and 1 homozygous recessive. So yes homo.
I thought it was the result of a test cross? So two homozygotes in the P generation would produce four heterozygotes (if you do a punnet square) in the F1 generation; however, if you have two heterozygous individuals in the P generation, then the results in the F1 generation would be one homozygous dominant, two heterozygotes, and one homozygous recessive, or a ratio of 1:2:1, as in the original post.
So “no homo” in the P generation.
i know genuinely nothing about genetics, but i’m highly amused by this entire conversation
HEY SO, the preview for issue 6 of Regular Show: SKIPS went up today, so here’s pages 1-6, THE BEGINNING OF THE EXCITING CONCLUSION.
Colors by Whitney Cogar!