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Sorry.

Why do philosephers like thinking?

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Location: I'm really in Swamp Castle, but for legal reasons I have to say I'm in Liverpool.
So they dont kiss the sky/this guy

Why do you fancy my unicycle salesman?

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Oh, sorry... I thought he was a woman.

Why do pigs act like pigs?

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Because acting like a porcupine was already taken.

Where have I been, and does anyone really care??

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Does it look like I care?

Does GASSY have 2 S's or 3?

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with no s in it it lokos much better :twisted:

what did the butler see :?:


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Nothing. He's blind.

Are tortoises carnivorous?

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Yes - yet only if the potential feed is a Central-African egg-eating snake.

Which Century has attracted most bats so far (and, if possible: why)?


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Yes - yet only if the potential feed is a Central-African egg-eating snake.

Which Century has attracted most bats so far (and, if possible: why)?


The 19th Century. Many bats fell in love with Dracula.

Can you hear me? Why?

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What? Could you please sing the phrase in the key of D Major (preferrably combined with the time signature 7/8) so the probability for me actually perceiving the message in a precise manner increases?

When is the time to drink water and sleep simultaneously inside a leaf?

(EDIT: Yes, in the time signature of seven-sunglasses, NOT seven-eight!)


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During a drought.

Which came first? The moose or the egg?

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Neither even emerged - at any time - at all, so by implying that one of them actually did, you're spreading misinformation. I interpret this as an assault on the idea of democracy itself, and I have no choice but subjecting you to utter condemnation.

What are the most prominent characteristics - bodily or mentally (alternatively: bodily AND mentally, or bodily while not mentally, if not mentally and not bodily, unless you blatantly disregard both factors and go home at this very point of the sentence) - of a Phrygian oriented (musically speaking), relentless (yet well-mannered) Cheshire goose in communication with a slightly exalted Upton Beall Sinclair appreciating short-eared fox?


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