WORKING humans are to receive financial assistance with the cost of breeding new additions to the labour pool.
The government has announced £2,000 worth of help for each pair of workers that has reproduced in a move to safeguard the flow of new humans into the economy.
31-year-old female worker/breeder Mary Fisher said: “Our offspring is of pre-working age and thus economically not self-sufficient.
“It is very costly to place him in a supervision unit so that my partner and I can both fulfill our duty to the economy.
“Next year I plan to breed once more. Then we will have two non-workers to sustain.
“It is an expensive situation. However we acknowledge the need to regenerate the financial core using our genetic material.”
Fisher’s partner Roy Hobbs said: “I hope that one day soon sex will become obsolete and the system can be sustained by perfect humans made in breeding tanks.”
The leader said: “Be sure to feed your little pre-workers fresh food, it makes them stronger and more resilient.”