When his wife went into labor, a Redruth, Cornwall, engineer discovered that YouTube offers more than dance history and skateboarding dogs. As Marc Stephens told the BBC: "I Googled how to deliver a baby, watched a few videos and basically swotted up". Luckily, Marc's Googling didn't end after he found the Trunk Monkey …
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His wife's probably just a broad (band)
... did he also record the event and put it on Youtube for posterity...?!
Well with four kids already I think his wife might be wise to look at short working for that particular business - or a vasectomy!
As long as the birth didn't take any longer than 9 minutes..
I realize there are different labor/birthing methods... but on all fours?
And why was he waiting for an ambulance? Surely that's not typical is it? I know it's not here in the States... and that last episode of Coupling didn't involve any ambulances...
With this *fourth* kid she could've just stood over a bucket a la Meaning of Life. "Get that for me will you Deirdre".
Is that what he says when he looks at his wife's quim: "YouTube".
Maybe she calls it: "MySpace"
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