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  RedPillSucks  |  31

I'm sorry. Have you seen horse penis?
I'm pretty sure if any guy whip one out of his jeans, ALL girls would be running for the hills.
That's some scary shit right there.

  sickerthanyou  |  13

actually I'm not happy, you were very condescending even thou my question was simple, maybe it's you who shouldn't be here, the internet is already full of condescending people

  perdix  |  29

#2, genetics just gives you a chance to inherit your dad's junk, there's the other chance that he inherited what the men on the mum's side are packing. She might be from teeny-peeny people.

  sourgirl101  |  28

I once read that males tend to inherit many of their mother's traits. Ex: Lots of guys favour their mother (and daughters-- their dad). Not an exact science but. . .
Also, I was told that if guys want to know if they'll go bald when they grow older, look at your grandfather on your "mother's side".

  OctoDope  |  15

Not so true, I'm about all of my dad even down to the apparent loudness we italians talk. Not sure about in the pants though... I have next to no genes of my mom and if I do they aren't visible ones. So that may be true for some but not fully. And about the hair thing my dad has thick lush hair, my mom has thinner hair. Ive got thick hair so the moms side grandfather thing is also a bit skeptical.

  sourgirl101  |  28

I did say it wasn't an exact science. :P

However, my husband is in the family of hemophilia. His body doesn't produce factor 8 so he's a bleeder and clots slowly. We were warned by the doctors that our daughter would most likely be a carrier (and pass it on if she has a male child) but our son would be unaffected. Some things do get passed on by genes because of gender.(:

  Ashamed_Sister  |  60

@35: I might be wrong but if I remember high school correctly the genetic information about the male reproductive system is mainly or entirely located at the Y-chromosome and, therefore, gets passed from father to son only.

  jkmartinjk  |  16

@47 Your daughter will most likely be a carrier because the gene is on the X chromosome. Since your husband only has one X to donate, your daughter will get that X. There is a low chance that she will not have Hemophilia. However, if you have a son, your husband will pass on his Y chromosome only, so your son will not carry the defected gene.

  skyeyez9  |  24

My niece and nephew looks like mini clones of their mom. They look like they were spawned without a father, because he looks nothing like them. Her gene's are apparently very dominant and took over. Its scary how much they look like mini clones and have all of their mother's features and none from their dad. They even have platinum blonde hair like in the old movie with the creepy glowing eyed kids.

  SammyS2012  |  21

62- to expand on that, if the daughter did get an affected X from the father, she still has her mother's X chromosome. because females are XX, one X is silenced in the genome. thats why there are higher risks for boys with X linked diseases; boys dont have that second X chromosome to silence the affected chromosome.

By  Trooth  |  13

Brings back childhood memories of the good ol' rocking horse doesn't it?

Sorry about this probably life-traumatizing experience. I know how you feel.