An Influx of Hurricane Sandy Babies Are Due This Summer

An Influx of Hurricane Sandy Babies Are Due This Summer

When Hurricane Sandy ravaged the East Coast last fall, it left couples stranded with little else to do other than "enjoy" each other. With no cable, no Internet, no electricity in some cases no condoms, they turned to the pleasures of the flesh for entertainment. Jokes were made about "Hurricane Sandy babies" arriving during the summer months, and they're almost here.

Hospitals in the New York area anticipate a 10 to 30 percent increase in summer births as compared to last year. So there you have it—a positive will emerge from the super storm.

[via Gothamist]

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