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lindad14

Question:Did anyone see Nicole Kidman's claim?

She claims that swimming in the Australian Outback waterfalls may promote fertility and might have contributed to her pregnancy. She also said that several women from the set of her last movie swam in the waterfalls, and got pregnant. You can check out the story at Link

Asked by lindad14 on 9/29/08 3 Answers»
bstarr

Answer:

I think some of Tom Cruise's kookiness must have rubbed off on her.

Answered by: bstarr on 9/30/08
joepierce

Answer:

Sounds to me like it was just a good spot to knock-boots.

Answered by: joepierce on 9/30/08
Lizzie314

Answer:

I did see this story, and was curious as to exactly how this water would make her more fertile. Was it magical, like fairy dust? Or were they all just so relaxed hanging out in the Australian outback and connected to their bodies and each other that they were able to...ahem...practice making babies a lot???

Whether it really is magical or not, it is pretty interesting!

Answered by: Lizzie314 on 9/30/08
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