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    dots Submission Name: The Brave Little Sperm Cell That Codots

    Author: Pietro
    ASL Info:    30/m/cebu
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 300/176/37
    Words: 435
    Class/Type: Deep Thought/Misc
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       PART ONE

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    dotsThe Brave Little Sperm Cell That Codots

    The Brave Little Sperm Cell.... That Could

    Once, there was a spermatozoon,
    living deep within the dark scrotal recesses of utesticle-opia
    who had delusions of grandeur,
    of being the greatest sperm cell
    that ever lived.

    "I beg to differ", said one sperm.
    "I'm going to be the strongest and fastest athlete that there ever was!"

    "Nay," said another.
    "I will be the smartest scientist that ever was
    with an I.Q. that reaches higher than the stars!
    my contribution will spurt forth into the ages..."

    "Oh really?" said the next
    "Well I shall be the most celebrated musician that ever
    wrote music! My pieces will ring in everyone's ear for aeons..."

    "Bah!" said one,
    "I will be an artist whose work will outlive the very mountains
    and the depth of my creations
    will be deeper than the deepest underwater trench!"

    And on and on it went,
    by the hundreds of millions of sperm that lived inside
    each professing their prowess.

    Undaunted, the brave little sperm cell thought;
    "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can..."
    Determined and unwavering in his mnemonic mantra.

    After five long days,
    wich is a lifetime for sperm-

    Out of nowhere there suddenly came a rumble and a tumble
    wich shook the very foundations of

    A massive orgasmic tidal wave of semen

    Flooding and gushing forth sweeping every single citizen of utesticle-opia!
    It was nothing short of Armageddon.
    But did our brave little sperm cell give up?
    No, it simply said;

    "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can..."

    and they all swam,
    wriggling and wagging their tails,
    Riding the momentum of the sexual wave.

    The race was on!

    The race of life!

    The purpose of their brief, brief lives was nigh!

    "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can..."
    our brave little sperm cell said.
    Swimming and swimming for dear
    sacred life.

    And so,
    up and out the urinay tract
    and into...

    the vast vaginal abyss!

    Death and destruction awaited our stalwart sperm
    as fate spelled doom for each and every one of them.
    for out of the hundreds of millions of them
    and as prophesied
    only one will survive the post-coital catastrophe...

    End of Part one

    *part two soon to (giggle) come...

    Submitted on 2011-09-24 02:50:00     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Oh man. I wish this is how we were taught reproductive biology in med. It would've been so much more engaging, and fun to learn! Unfortunately for me, all I can think of is how anatomically correct things should be, call it an obsession with AC (anatomical correctness).

    You know what's interesting?

    It's the laziest sperm that win.

    No, really!

    What happens is that the ova is covered in a layer of cells that act as a protective barrier. Many sperm cells die in their quest to break through, and then another cell takes its place. Basically the clever cell wins - it knows when to barge in to take all the glory of conception. Onward to becoming a morula!

    I digress, hehe. This was a fun read. Please rewrite all of my textbooks.

    | Posted on 2016-09-27 00:00:00 | by EshyFishy | [ Reply to This ]
      of course he is tough and will survive...be the one in the hundreds of millions...

    when part 2 gives us the continuation..

    this is clever...and i relate in a way...teaching at a community college...we have athletes...basketball players, baseball players who seem to think the college is just a stop over on the way to the pros...some are good students and understand the importance of education..but others...they are there to play not pay with hardwork in the classroom...and how many make it to the pros?

    about one out of a hundred million...

    good poem...

    read the sequel just now too...nice poetic story ...."i think i can , i think i can"

    yes, the little sperm that could.

    | Posted on 2011-09-24 00:00:00 | by jacoberin | [ Reply to This ]

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