Indonesian Baby Hercules Walked Out of Mother's Womb?

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Monday, 28 September 2009

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Indonesian Baby Hercules later helped out with the delivery of other babies too.

Kisaran, Indonesia - With his mother rendered unconscious by the intensity of the labor pains, the 19.2 pound 24.4 inch unborn infant, still covered in his mother starched out skin, instinctively knew he had to take matters into his own hands. "I had no choice but to carry my mom to the car," said the brave unborn Herculean infant. "And drive to the local hospital where I sat beside her, waiting for a delivery room to open up for us."

Trying to look as casual as possible by crossing his legs and pretending to read a newspaper to the growing stares of onlookers, the unborn giant infant patiently waited his turn to be born.

"But people just kept staring at me," later said the giant baby in an interview with a local Indonesian paper. "I couldn't see any of them, of course, but I could still feel their eyes penetrating the sack of waters, watching me."

Later, while in the delivery room, the colossal unborn infant even helped physicians in his own live birth.

"You might say he was our man in the inside," chuckled a pediatrician, who supervised the delivery. "But seriously, he helped his mother dilate by taking running leaps and bounds, widening her birth canal with every attempt."

A cesarean and several dozen blood transfusions later, the giant baby boy was born.

"Now all I have to do is wait until she comes to and gives me a name," said the more than amble baby boy, as he sat up outside his mother's womb for the first time months, bedside in a hospital room by his still unconscious mother.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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