[2011-Jun-02] Frog Love

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[2011-Jun-02] Frog Love

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http://www.smbc-comics.com/index.php?db=comics&id=2264

Had to post to say I like how Zach drew the desperation look on the female frog's face.

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I like how the humans are wearing green

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I like how it has at least 3 panels too many.

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I like how he cited an academic paper he knew no one would bother reading... Such a mastermind!

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ascii balls ffs
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The only thing I'm confused about is whether John is starting or ending amplexus. I suppose it depends on whether you define "human amplexus" as ending at dating or mating.

Starting: John has entered a relationship, and it's only a matter of time before she caves in and agrees to have sex.
Ending: She's waited 35 years for a better man to come along, but the patient John finally got her to cave in and date him.

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i worked in a Xenopus lab in Davis so i'm ALL about amplexus

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Dude wrote:I like how he cited an academic paper he knew no one would bother reading... Such a mastermind!
Because of this, I decided to take a little look at the cited paper, and, while looking over the abstract on secondary sexual traits, I couldn't stop thinking about cars. Human males, and cars.

"Secondary sexual traits under sexual selection are predicted to be related to male phenotype, because only high-quality males should be capable of developing these costly and exaggerated traits. Therefore, high-quality males should have
larger or more elaborate secondary sexual traits than poor-quality males."

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