- Oct 6, 2016
Which god, Daniel? Even though he's allegedly converted along with Becky, she's still been known to reference godS rather than just Yahweh, so you likely have a whole bunch to choose from. Also, it won't be like threatening to throw down with an elderly latina at Disney World, which is the closest we've seen you come to a physical confrontation.
Becky isn't supposed to be a parent. The main people saying it are us, so does that make us, collectively, God? Or the millions of gamers who email Becky daily to make fun of her in her high-profile gaming role - are they God? Some would say they exist just as much as God does.
Becky getting fertility treatments - on Daniel's dime, no less - is good evidence that she's going to embrace munchiedom, though. She's always had a fair amount of it in her, but I wouldn't be surprised if all the easy steps for fertility treatment will be taken, and any of the harder or more painful ones will either not be possible for some made-up reason, or she'll do at least one of them and somehow any pain or negative aspects to it will be 1000x worse for Becky because she's just that delicate a flower.
They're all such cunts. But Becky is so easily the worst, most horrendous hamplanet of them all that it's amazing to me how Jackson, the creepy molester-vibe he gives off notwithstanding, has become the most sympathetic of the three simply by getting a side-piece that makes him less involved in the triad. The real fun will of course be watching every way Becky tries to control him and keep him at heel. Anyone else and I'd think we might be reading too much into what her motivations are for some of what she tweets, that they can't all be that calculated, but there's absolutely no reason to give Becky the benefit of the doubt.
But I do like the idea that we're God now. Come here and fight us, Daniel! You'll surely win with your big brain, flawless logic, spotless history and complete spousal support!
For the sake of discussion, I'll summarize fertility treatment (to the extent I understand it).
Step 1: Meds that stimulate fertility (e.g. Clomid). This is painless, it's an oral med. It is also not very costly. If Becky actually went to a clinic, she may have been started on this.
Step 2: IUI (the turkey baster). They time out your cycle, have you give yourself a trigger shot to time the egg drop (similar in pain/difficulty to an insulin injection), then process a sperm sample and use the "baster" to place it right by the egg drop areas. This is medium uncomfortable and medium costly, say ~$1k/attempt. Often, it takes many attempts (or until you give up and move to IVF) which add up in cost.
Step 3: IVF. This is hell. There's 2 steps, egg retrieval and embryo placement. Egg retrieval requires a ~2 week regimen of MANY shots per day, followed by a minor procedure to collect the eggs produced. Embryo placement requires a long regimen (~2 months?) of daily shots that are intramuscular. Translation: a 2 inch long needle in the hip/ass area. It's an oil based shot, so it is very slow to push in. Like 30-45 seconds of high effort pushing. The meds alone probably cost in the $10k range (in the US). You can expect to spend at least $20k on your first IVF cycle. No refunds if it doesn't work, of course.
Some insurances choose to give some coverage for fertility, but in most cases it is not covered. Now speculate on Becky's "journey" with more information.