Through extensive empirical research I've discovered there may be an excess of babies. This will affect the price of babies.
As a Seasonal Baby Analyst, I have seen that Baby Season has started earlier this year, and much like fennel, carrots, hepatitis super-herpes, broccoli, loganberries, and white nectarines, babies were not expected for another month.
There are way too many babies this early in the year. Generally, baby-farmers plant their seed around the first of the year and the baby harvest starts in September. But this year, it seems there are more and more babies a month premature.
Are we harvesting the baby crops earlier than usual, or, more frighteningly, are they planting more babies than usual earlier in the planting season? Look, baby farmers, I know you want to plant early so that you can get an early jump on the baby farmers' markets, but by planting babies earlier in the seeding cycle means there will be more complications come the reaping.
Aside from the general greed of planting too many babies and harvesting them too early, with all those babies on the market--massive baby saturation us experts call it--means a diluted and diminished market-baby-value. And who wants a diluted baby market? Not true investors, that's for sure.
If we must, let's at least come up with a better name for premature babies than "preemie". How about....no, never mind, fu*k it, they're fu*king babies, they can't read, call them whatever you want.
|Shhhhhh, don't tell Baby it's a preemie|
Oh, and by the way, you can claim to know anything through empirical research, it sounds smart to dummies. Try using your "empirical" knowledge next time you're in an argument, it's fun.
(Also, sorry for the implied cursing, but if we're honest, it made that sentence way funnier.)