A decade ago, the Food and Drug Administration restricted the importation of human sperm from Europe due to fears about the transmission of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (a.k.a., mad cow disease). In the ten years since, women who have sought out Scandanavian genes as a way of getting tall, smart, blonde-haired genes have nearly depleted the U.S. supply of Scandanavian jizz, so the importers are applying for a waiver to get the women what they want. Though, if these Swedish swimmers (huh-huh) are any indication, blonde isn't a guarantee. Also, why is it so important that your kids be blonde and blue-eyed? What happened to "healthy and happy?" [Washington Post]