Skull shape and natural child birth

Ok, so here's my question: Does natural Childbirth affect the shape of a skull?

I ask this question, of course, because of an obseravation I've been making.
This girl named Steph that I met last night had a funny face, something about her puzzled me. Now that I think I've put my finger on it, I'll share it with the rest of you:
I believe she was born, out of her mother's vagina, sideways. It appears as though her head slowly squished it's way out of the vagina, and the more out she went, the more the vagina got loose. Simply put, her head is oval shaped, but squished on the side and her body becomes bigger as you look down.

I'm 100% sure, she was shaped after her mom's vagina and had a tight fit out of there!


At 5/10/05 12:15 PM, Blogger Portelance said...

AHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA...you had my crying there for a second.

At 6/10/05 12:06 AM, Anonymous ben said...

The skull isn't fully formed after birth. In fact, the bones that form the cranium are loosely arranged with cartilage to allow a smoother passage through the tunnel. Once the head has passed, it is normally slightly deformed ( more so if serious medical tools were involved in the extraction :D ). The bones later get back in place and adopt a definitive, solid position.

At 7/10/05 1:52 AM, Blogger Portelance said...

Yeah, I guess this girl has just never got back in place. :D


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