And they have found that with women who are on the birth control pill, there are these little tiny fetuses, these little babies, that are embedded into the womb. They’re just like dead babies. They’re on the inside of the womb. And these wombs of women who have been on the birth control pill effectively have become graveyards for lots and lots of little babies.If you also have a cute little mushroom creature in your right lung, seek medical advice immediately.
The most charitable explanation for radio host Kevin's peculiar misconceptions about reproductive physiology is that he has an extreme case of trypophobia, a currently-fashionable condition -- "an irrational fear of clustered holes & pods" -- causing him to imagine the uterine lining as a kind of honeycomb structure, or like the 3rd Malebolge. Then comes the obsessing and the feelings like blackboards on a fingernail but coming from inside one's head. And then the brain-seize.
Authorities are divided as to the reality of trypophobia, with some believing that it is merely an excuse to upload images of rare skin disorders from one's medical textbooks to the appropriate Reddit site to see how many people they trigger; and others comparing it to the Crucifix Glitch. Personally I am inclined to blame it on someone playing silly-buggers with the Riddled Morphogenic Field Flux Intensifier.
If in fact your fear involves clustered holes or pods served up with onions in white sauce as part of English regional cuisine, what you have is Tripeophobia which is not irrational at all.
UPDATE: Bonus and inevitable Evolutionary Psychology account of Trypophobia: "Having a fear of holes might have kept our ancestors from sticking their hands in burrows and boreholes where dangerous insects and other creatures reside." This does not explain why the holes are freakier when tightly clustered. Wasp nests having only one entrance, they are OK to stick your dick in.
There is no Evo-Psych explanation for radio hosts like Kevin Swanson with his femme fetale delusion, for Evolution does not believe in him.
UPDATE2: Bonus Whack-a-Mole for B4, who mentions it in comments -- all those sinister life-forms lurking in tightly-packed holes! -- as another possible trigger for Swanson's fantasies.
Don't start me on Whack-a-Mole / Beckett mash-ups.