Recently, ornithologists in Antarctica made a startling discovery: Female emperor penguins, being forced against their wills to endure stern patriarchal societal norms, tend to practice iffy mating habits. Close scrutiny revealed that most adult females go bonkers struggling to choose between an exciting-but-destructive "bad-boy" penguin and a dependable-but-boring "good-boy" penguin, promoting multiple neuroses for all concerned, with any resulting little penguins left waddling around the ice wondering what the... More >>>