02 November 2021

When midwives carve pumpkins


Originally posted at The Sun, via Neatorama's Pictojam.

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    1. Fitting comment, considering the word comes from the Latin hystericus, 'of the womb." Of course the term "hysterical" has a not so great history.

      https://uselessetymology.com/2018/01/17/the-etymology-of-hysteria/

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  2. They seem to get more bored while the dilation progresses. "Yawn. This again."

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