4 dad theory

the theory of the possibility of having 4 or more fathers. such circ-mstances are a result of being the child of two h-m-s-xual males, who have split up and remarried, creating two pairs of h-m-s-xual partners, both tied to the child of the original two.
mike: not only does andy have 4 eyes, he has 4 dads.
lucas: ahh, the 4 dad theory.

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