The first generation result of inter-species mating between humans and noids. The offspring of which appear outwardly noid with the exception of their human stature. While there is currently very little known about the physiology of the pure species; the estimated height of an adult noid is 8 to ten inches (20 to 25 cm). And although few of the human-noid offspring have been studied; their average adult is approximated at 71 inches (180 centimeters) tall. The name Humongonoid results from the casual shortening of their scientific name Human Humongous Noid.
The all Humongonoid curling team will compete in this winter Olympics after overcoming great adversity due to discrimination against their kind.
by Berclay U. December 23, 2009