Monday, August 14, 2006

I'm a Grandpa

UPDATE: I decided I had enough to say about Sea Monkeys to give them a blog of their own. Please visit www.SeaMonkeyGeek.com.

I don't know what the gestation period is for sea monkeys, but maybe they were having little sea monkey orgies before I caught them in the act last week. There are little babies swimming around the tank now. I'm most excited. This is the most luck I've had with Sea Monkeys. The controlled temperature in our office helps.
Should I be passing out cigars? Or should I be grabbin' my shotgun and demanding to see some wedding pictures right quick?
I think sea monkey marriage is legal in a few states, but I'm sure the Republicans will be fighting it. I heard that Tammy Faye Baker had her dogs married, and spent enough money on it to have fed a third world country for a month. Couldn't have them little doggies livin' in sin though.

5 comments:

Sid said...

I have it on good authority that those doggies HAD to get married, if you know what I mean.

Keith Lowell Jensen said...

Wow Sid, that some dirty gossip to be startin'.

deeann said...

Whatever you do, don't place the Sea Monkey Habitat on top of a leaky microwave oven (it was an old convenience store one we got free if I remember right, it blew a bunch of air out when we'd cook something so we'd stand back from it and it took about four minutes to heat up a cup of water). Anyway, Lurch and I put the habitat there because we thought it would be safe from the cat.

They hatched, then all of them died within the first week or so except for one that got really super-huge. Probably about four times the size a Sea Monkey should get. It lived about three months. Then one day we found it floating belly-up. It was a sad day.

Keith Lowell Jensen said...

The thought of that one X-large sea monkey has me thinking about nuking (sp?) my sea monkeys right now!!!

Elena said...

could try Super Salts to see if they come back to life after micro damage.. i read something on amazon