As part of our Chocolate Monday celebration, Tech Support brought these Belgian bunnies home from Costco:
Normal wives would say something like, “Thanks, honey,” or “Wow, that was a great deal,” or even “Yum.” Mad Scientist wives, however, say, “Huh. Apparently in chocolate bunny families, the milk gene is dominant to the dark.”
And then spend ten minutes playing with Punnett squares to work out how many offspring bunnies we’d need to prove this hypothesis, as opposed to the one where dark chocolate is dominant and the father bunny (yes, in my head, the dark bunny is male) is a heterozygous carrier of the recessive milk gene.
This may be a sign that I need some kind of professional help….
What do you think? Is milk or dark the dominant gene? Which one would YOU eat first? And am I the only one who’s convinced the dark bunny is a boy?