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Topic 35 of 96: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand

Mon, Nov 1, 1999 (20:28) | Paul Terry Walhus (terry)
Have you read about the scheme to market the eggs of drop-dead gorgeous
babes on the web? Supermodel eggs! They ain't cheap, babe. The minimum
bid one model set is $50 grand.

What are the pros and cons of this? Is it ethical? Would you sell one of
your eggs (sorry guys)? And if you would, what price do you think it
would fetch? Do brains count at all? Or just looks?

And what will the offspring be like? Will they pop outa the womb with
silicon implants in place already? And capped teach and windblown hair?

And what's the next logical step? Why, I'll answer that. A night with
the supermodel herself. And, as someone says, will the supermodel babies
grow up and sport bumper stickers on their cars that say:

"My other Mom is a Supermodel"

Discuss. Talk among yourselves.


44 responses total.

 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 1 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (20:31) * 1 lines 
 
i think it's silly.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 2 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (20:35) * 9 lines 
 
Why is it silly?

There's a woman named Ellen Greve from Australia that started a dietary
movement called "breatherianism" where you don't need to eat food at all.
Just inhale. She claims she's been on the air diet for 5 years. Which is
sillier? Eating air or buying supermodel eggs? Which is more real?





 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 3 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (20:44) * 5 lines 
 
that's just insane and don't have anything to do with the other in my opinion. her not eating only affects her, not others. but selling your eggs. the only way she'd give up eggs is if someone buys them. so this affects other people not to mention the possible child involved.

what is the purpose of selling their eggs? the same as men who "donate" sperm?

(are you trying to pick a fight with me, terry? *grin*)


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 4 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (22:14) * 1 lines 
 
I think it's ridiculous to pay that much money on the hopes that you might have an attractive child. I've known some really good-looking people who have some UGLY kids, and I've also known some really intelligent people who have some really dumb kids. I'd be disappointed and not to mention P.O.ed if I paid that much money and got an ugly kid without a brain in its head.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 5 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (22:16) * 1 lines 
 
Not that I would pay that much money to buy anyone's egg--I'll take my own little smart-mouthed redheaded brats! If I had to get an egg donor, though, it wouldn't be a supermodel by any means.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 6 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Mon, Nov  1, 1999 (22:26) * 1 lines 
 
What qualities are we teaching our children by doing this. You're okay, but not as cute or as bright or as lovely as if we had bought you from some made-to-order baby place?! This should be tied to the human genetics place on SpringArk. It is disgusting and without merit as far as I can see. It continues to stress beauty over quality of character. Keep those people as far away from me as possible. Of course, some of us have gorgeous kids anyway...despite the way we look. Recessive genes says it all.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 7 of 44: Isabel  (Isabel) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (11:27) * 2 lines 
 
Seems like stupidity is prevailing, no?



 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 8 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (13:53) * 1 lines 
 
That and greed. Another way to make a quick buck at the expense of the too rich and way too stupid...there is one born every minute, I hear...!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 9 of 44: Alexander  (aschuth) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (14:01) * 3 lines 
 
But then, I know there's people who'd pay a lot NOT to have been born ugly. If they are rich enough, they get the lips-, nose- and whathave-ya-jobs. A supermodel-egg is cheap, compared to that...

I mean, hey, what's the use in drivin' a Testostarossa if your kid's looks let you down...! Can't have that, embarrassed rich dudes are bad for the economy...


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 10 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (14:12) * 1 lines 
 
Ask Gi, our resident Plastic Surgeon. One could do a lot of remedial work done for $50,000 US. Cannot believe how much I would like to comfort the parents of ugly children, but I have never seen one I thought was ugly. Parents were ugly, but never the kids (remove tongue from cheek now, Dear !)


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 11 of 44: Alexander  (aschuth) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (14:14) * 13 lines 
 
And! There's the bonus round for aging super-rich blokes, listen - this is the plan:

(1) Buy loads of supermodel eggs; buy by whose models looks you personally find arrousing (as in: makes you HOT!).
(2) Look for some good-looking sperm-donor with just suffcient brains (i.e. not a big load, ok?).
(3) Cross-breed, have the fetusses caried out by some fourth-world rentawomb-girls.
(4) Have them raised, boarding schools in England or Switzerland...
(5) Wait twenty years, divorce the current wife (probably the third already) and voilá - there you go:

You own HOMEMADE supermodel companion (just don't tell them she/he is just one of a batch on standby...) - exchange as you like: "It's Monday - that'll call for some Cindy. Oh, and for the dinner on Saturday, I'm gonna drag my Claudia out again..."

I mean, look at all the rich guys, they all exchange their wifes for their secretary when the turn forty - admitted, some have scruples and wait till they're fifty. And at sixty or later, they usually buy themselves something nice and young to look at. Isn't that what being rich is all about?

OK, the downside is, you get 50% males and 50% females out of your batch production. But then, hey, you never know if your sexual preferences might change or not, and you could sell, arh, swap, - wait, now I got it: - SHARE the surplus with your super-rich friends.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 12 of 44: Alexander  (aschuth) * Tue, Nov  2, 1999 (14:17) * 1 lines 
 
Uh, sorry - you, ahem, slipped in, and I read about the tongue-thing only now. Do you think tongue-in-cheek is bad for the economy?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 13 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Wed, Nov  3, 1999 (02:13) * 1 lines 
 
I don't. I think it is far more healthy as a start for obtaining a baby than putting down $50,000...


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 14 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Wed, Nov  3, 1999 (20:33) * 3 lines 
 
Wait a minute, hmmm, superartist eggs?




 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 15 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Wed, Nov  3, 1999 (21:00) * 1 lines 
 
Don't even think of going there, Terry...and tongue is a much better way to begin baby, indeed, Ree! Touche' ! (tongue in cheek is good for lots of stuff, ecomony included...*grin*


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 16 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Wed, Nov  3, 1999 (21:06) * 1 lines 
 
*lol*


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 17 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Thu, Nov  4, 1999 (09:47) * 1 lines 
 
Tongue in another person's cheek is how I meant it of course.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 18 of 44: Alexander  (aschuth) * Thu, Nov  4, 1999 (11:18) * 1 lines 
 
So how about the "breed your own supermodel-lover"-idea? Will it catch on with the rich? Should I try to open a franchise in that line?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 19 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Nov  4, 1999 (11:35) * 2 lines 
 
Oh yes, it will catch on if you have a high-profile couple as your first customers and market it carefully to target the gullible and far-roo-wealthy.
Culling the eggs should be the interesting part. How do you plan to go about this little delicate endeavor?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 20 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Thu, Nov  4, 1999 (11:39) * 1 lines 
 
Ree...but, of course...*grin* (I knew that...that is the fun part)


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 21 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov  5, 1999 (07:28) * 11 lines 
 
He's gonna need a website first!

Registrant:
Spring (SUPERMODELEGGS-DOM)
Rt 2 Box 56R
Cedar Creek, TX 78612
US

Domain Name: SUPERMODELEGGS.COM




 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 22 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Fri, Nov  5, 1999 (08:06) * 8 lines 
 
But ours will have a twist, ours come with hash browns and toast. We're
going to need a volunteer (Alexander?) to go to the supermodel henhouse in
the morning to gather the eggs. And will they be free range eggs?

And we're going to need a site to produce good ol' boy sperm, naturally.
So (with an idea borrowed from Kelso) gooberbabies.com for your offspring
who can be predisposed to do brake jobs, small engine repair, air
conditioning repair, etc.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 23 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Fri, Nov  5, 1999 (09:03) * 1 lines 
 
I think the big question here is whether there will be the kind of male sperm that can keep up with dynamite female eggs....


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 24 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Fri, Nov  5, 1999 (12:28) * 1 lines 
 
Heaven help us - redneck supermodels with the fox guarding the Hen House. Terry, you are amazingly clever - and getting the domaine name is a coupe-de-something...*grin*


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 25 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (10:44) * 5 lines 
 
Yep, with our supermodeleggs.com and our gooberbabies.com sperm you can
have a supermodel that does brake jobs, remodeling, plumbing repairs and
small engine tuneups. Can it get any better than this?




 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 26 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (10:54) * 1 lines 
 
Yes, what kind of coup it is will eventually out itself.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 27 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (12:55) * 1 lines 
 
gooberbabies.com! ha-ha!!!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 28 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (13:56) * 1 lines 
 
Will there be an alternate site for those who want supermodels who can find a cure for cancer? solve complex scientific problems? write the great American novel? You know some people want nothing more than to say their child is a genius.


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 29 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (18:11) * 3 lines 
 
Sure, help think up a name for that one! geniuskids.com? Or?

Brilliant idea, Amy!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 30 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (18:25) * 1 lines 
 
babygeniuses.com? futuregeniuses.com? babyeinsteins.com?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 31 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (21:05) * 1 lines 
 
how about supergenius.com?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 32 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sat, Nov  6, 1999 (21:09) * 1 lines 
 
With all the egos rampant on the Internet, if it is not already a personal domaine name I will be very surprised! It is a good one, though!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 33 of 44: Paul Terry Walhus (terry) * Sun, Nov  7, 1999 (08:33) * 3 lines 
 
It's taken.




 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 34 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Sun, Nov  7, 1999 (16:07) * 1 lines 
 
supergenius? how about modelgenius, supergeeks, modelgeeks, testtubegenius, testtubemodels, and the list could go on and on....


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 35 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Sun, Nov  7, 1999 (19:52) * 1 lines 
 
Yours are much more creative than mine, Wolf! :-)


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 36 of 44: Marcia  (MarciaH) * Sun, Nov  7, 1999 (20:44) * 1 lines 
 
...almost as creative as the guys (it had to be guys!) who came up with the idea in the first place!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 37 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Mon, Nov  8, 1999 (02:57) * 1 lines 
 
How about eggswithlegs.com?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 38 of 44: Marcia (MarciaH) * Mon, Nov  8, 1999 (15:05) * 1 lines 
 
...*lol* Ree! That is funny, and very good!!!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 39 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Mon, Nov  8, 1999 (17:51) * 1 lines 
 
oh, i luv that one, ree!!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 40 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Mon, Nov  8, 1999 (18:02) * 1 lines 
 
How about "eggswithkillergams.com"?


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 41 of 44: Wolf  (wolf) * Mon, Nov  8, 1999 (19:48) * 1 lines 
 
and there's another!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 42 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Tue, Nov  9, 1999 (07:25) * 1 lines 
 
We're poppin' them out now, baby!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 43 of 44: Amy Keene  (Irishprincess) * Tue, Nov  9, 1999 (13:15) * 1 lines 
 
...In more ways than one!


 Topic 35 of 96 [news]: gimmie a supermodel egg please, here's $50 grand
 Response 44 of 44: Riette Walton  (riette) * Tue, Nov  9, 1999 (14:46) * 2 lines 
 
ha-ha! Makes me feel sooooo Catholic!
°fervently kissing a rosary°

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