Why Every Day Is An Adventure: Dragon Egg EditionLately in Biology we've been studying DNA, heredity, reproduction, the whole nine yards. And my teacher thought it would be a good idea to make an activity where we make a baby dragon. So she took some Easter eggs and filled them with 'genes' and we had to determine what each dragon looked like. The larger Easter egg was the egg, and the smaller one was the sperm. (Most awkward activity ever) Everyone got a plastic egg, and whoever's egg matched yours is your partner. I was paired with a kid named Wyatt.
A few minutes go by and I leave the table to grab some color pencils because we were supposed to draw our dragons. When I get back my friend Alan (who was sitting beside me) said to look in my egg. So I opened the plastic egg and I opened it to find Alan's egg inside. Alan's sperm egg. Alan looks at me and says "My sperm is inside you."
Obviously I threw it at him and yelled "Jesus Christ!" (out of habit). Then Wyatt says "I think you just had an abortion"
Then I thr