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    Wow so I'm not crazy. In a small minority perhaps but not crazy! Thanks for sharing. I was quite embarrassed to ask.

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    Do chickens egg shell harden on contact with the air or are they hard before they leave the chickens egg shoot?
    Well, my cockatiel was laying all these unfertilized eggs once, and I don't know why, but mum touched it just after it was layed and it was soft. She let me touch the next one and it was just so weird. So I guess it hardens in the air, but isn't that weird that they're always perfectly round?

    You know you people who have to poop when you drink coffee?

    Well I always have to poop if I'm looking for something. ALWAYS! I'm serious. The more desperately I look, the more urgent it gets.

    Does that happen to anyone else, or am I weird? I assume I am just weird.

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    Again... isn't it grasshoppers (or locusts) that eat the crops??? I suspect they just don't know what a cricket is...

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    I'm American and certainly know what a cricket is, though I have never heard of my fellow countrymen hating them before. They sound different here if you were wondering!!

    I'd like to know why my dog wants to follow me everywhere. He even stands guard outside the bathroom door. No matter how comfortable he is, he'll get up and follow me, and DH when he gets up.

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    How big was the biggest baby, ever, vaginally born?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelini View Post
    I'm American and certainly know what a cricket is, though I have never heard of my fellow countrymen hating them before. They sound different here if you were wondering!!

    I'd like to know why my dog wants to follow me everywhere. He even stands guard outside the bathroom door. No matter how comfortable he is, he'll get up and follow me, and DH when he gets up.

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    Hmmm... I realise I probably made a sweeping generalisation about the cricket thing, so hope I didn't offend anyone. Are American crickets green? (maybe I will google it)

    As for your dog following you... maybe he thinks you're going to get food? or he thinks you're going to leave him? or you're going somewhere exciting & he wants to go too? It's probably a combination of these (& because dogs are pack animals) He sounds lovely

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    How big was the biggest baby, ever, vaginally born?
    Too big.

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    You know you people who have to poop when you drink coffee?

    Well I always have to poop if I'm looking for something. ALWAYS! I'm serious. The more desperately I look, the more urgent it gets.

    Does that happen to anyone else, or am I weird? I assume I am just weird.
    Hahaha. It hits me when I'm doing grocery shopping. Why? Why oh lord?! There have been several abandoned full shopping trolleys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Why do old people become worse drivers as they get older, and I'm talking about more than reaction time, but stuff like parking? Surely after driving 50 years your skills like parking would get better since you've done them 5 million times? I mean old people get better at knitting or playing bowls, their skills increase as they do it more. So why do so many suck at driving?? lol
    Bahahahah! I wonder this all the time! I get so mad at them but they're so coooote!

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    Why do dudes with mullets and fords like football? And not Justin beiber?

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    This is a TMI one but iv wondered about it for a long time... What did they use to use for pads/tampons? Like in the 1800's???? Or back when the show turdors was based????


 

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