Yo Momma's Genome

File this under "sentences we never thought we'd type:" If you haven't checked out the "YoMammasGenomeSoFat" hashtag on Twitter, you should really stop whatever you're doing right now and take a look.

Yes, the life sciences community is trying its collective hand at "Yo Momma" jokes, and, what do you know, it turns out applying genomics geekery to insult comedy is a lot of fun.

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