How Not to Impregnate Your Wife...

Crazy lesbian in Massachusetts tries to forcibly impregnate Wife.

How Not to Impregnate Your Wife...

I love babies. I want a whole Jolie-Pitt-like brood. It's a fact, some ladies and gents are just hardwired to want little ones. If that is the case for you as well, might I suggest making sure your partner is on the same page before you come home all "liquored up" with a turkey baster and a jar of your brother's little white squigglies???

That is exactly, well, allegedly what happened Tuesday in Pittsfield, MA.

You think things like that would be common sense or that it would at least "click" when your wife is locking herself in the bathroom and calling the cops.

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