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    I've been wondering this question for quite a while now. Actually, ever since the G/S/C days when this all started.


    But I think Nintendo better fix some things because if they don't want people hating Pokémon for being satanic or whatever bullshit the church believes about it, they should really fix this.

    Why do Pokémon such as Bidoof and Eevee lay eggs? We all learn early on in our schooling careers that mammals give birth and reptiles/some fish/birds lay eggs. So it makes me wonder, are there mammals and reptiles and birds in the Pokémon world? If there are, then why do mammals like Eevee's lay eggs instead of giving birth.


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    Actually, don't all pokemon lay eggs?
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    Because you can't put a wet, bloody, hairless dog covered in slimy afterbirth with an umbilical cord attached to it in a game for kids.

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    The laws of science don't apply in video games, especially those made by Nintendo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stardust View Post
    Actually, don't all pokemon lay eggs?
    yes, they do. I never denied that, I just asked why they all do, when mammals are suppose to.

    As to Nocturne's comment, you are given them by the day care people, you're paying them good money, they ought to birth, clean and feed the little bastard until your arrival!
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