Family ‘maxing-up’ to be considered as an Olympic sport

The well-established sport of having loads of children in an attempt to outnumber other faiths is to be considered by the International Olympic Committee (IOC)

‘Maxing-up,’ the practice of pleasing God by having at least 6 children, looks set to be included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Competitive baby-production is practised by a variety of faiths across the globe and is sanctioned by the Almighty himself. Peter Thape is responsible for the application to the IOC.

‘We couldn’t get snooker on the agenda because it’s seen as a minority pastime, with no real history; but maxing-up is as old as time. It was always handy to have a few more than the next tribe,’ said Thape.

‘God told me that the one with the most numbers wins, but I think he’s telling that to all the teams,’ added Thape.