WIGGLES AND PAM
Wiggles the Sperm and Pam the Egg
This is an exhilarating day for Pam and Wiggles. They both will finally meet. Pam has
been waiting for 28 years and the anticipation is hair-raising. Wiggles think that he has won the
downhill ski race in the Olympics. He is the only one out of many that has made the journey to
Pam for fertilization. But the trip for Wiggles was difficultly-long and the anticipation and luck
for Pam was quite suspenseful.
Pam is a shy Ovum with self-low esteem and one of the many egg cells produced during
the human female fetus stage (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-Rathus, 2005).
She is one out of about
400,000 that survived (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-Rathus, 2005) hurricane puberty and had the
luxury to move into her new home within the city of Follicle (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-
Rathus, 2005). Although she was very grateful for her new house, she still hoped she would
mature and be fertilized; a dream that all eggs cells wish and hope for.
The time had come and the proliferative phase came (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-
Rathus, 2005). Yes! Yes, her follicle was one of 20 follicles that opened (Rathus, Nevid, &
Fichner-Rathus, 2005). Her confidence began to rise, but she still knew that the other 19 egg
cells that matured were more beautify and smarter than her and would be picked to get fertilized
before her. The time drew near and the ovulatory phase began (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-
Rathus, 2005). She prayed and prayed that she would be the one released.
Suddenly, there was a small crackly noise. Pam follicle began to open. Her heart began to