Blink-182's New 35 Second Song Deemed "Scientifically Inaccurate."

Every now and again you see something that makes you say "Hmmm...."

Maybe today THIS will be THAT thing.

So to get you up to speed...yesterday the guys of Blink-182 released a new 35 second song off their upcoming "California Deluxe" album called "Can't Get You More Pregnant."

The lyrics of said song are: 

"I can't get you more pregnant / But if you're worried at all, I can take care of myself."

It's clearly a joke song. Take a listen:


Do you listen to Blink's songs (especially the short jokey ones) for a science lesson? 

Well, if that's the case MTV is trying to tell you not to. Hah! They're saying this "song" is scientifically inaccurate. 

How so?

"Interestingly, Blink-182 have their science wrong. Though extremely rare, it is possible to get a girl "more pregnant" if she continues ovulating after already getting pregnant. This phenomenon is called superfetation, and doctors have no clear medical explanation for it yet.

BBC reports that there have only been 10 recorded cases, but the babies are typically born healthy as if they were twins — even though they were technically conceived days or weeks apart."


Cole Selleck

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