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ok so I thought I read this wrong but no, so I thought I'd share it with TSR!

https://news.sky.com/story/amp/human...ntist-12255106
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Excellent news, the environment is correcting itself by reducing fertility and therefore population.
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And here's me with my massive wang, alas
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Now if we could just get women's to shrink slightly quicker than men's we can snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. 😁👍
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There I was thinking it was just getting really cold.
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I foresee a number of men suddenly taking an interest in environmental issues.
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I foresee a number of men suddenly taking an interest in environmental issues.
Don't you mean women? 😊
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