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    For some reason, my Dad-joke brain is imagining a bunch of people having a family reunion. One person whispers to their partner, pointing at an ape, "Oh, don't worry about Cousin Dave... he's just not as... 'evolved,' as the rest of us..."

    I'm SO LAME I actually seriously did LOL and then had to explain to DP... who did little more than look at me blankly while I continued to laugh.

    Ahhh... I'd make such a good Dad... such good Dad-jokes could be made in this brain...

    (I find random stuff funny. One of the funniest things I ever heard was the name of Mr G's dog - Celine - on Summer Heights High. I have never laughed so hard in my life as when he introduced that chihuahua).

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    Witwicky is offline A closed mouth gathers no foot.
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    Default Random questions you have that you want the answer to...

    We didn't evolve from apes. Modern day humans and primates both share a common ancestor, which both evolved from several million years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancingchipmunk View Post
    Also, do cats always land on their feet?
    They're supposed to - but I've seen a cat NOT do it. Stupid thing fell on her side (not very high up though so she was fine).

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    Here's a gem, thanks to my 18yo nieces fb status:

    "Can u go pee pee in a girls vajayjay on the flop? Would that lead to an infection?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plexus Solaire View Post
    At risk of sounding like a total nuff... where do birds sleep? Do they all have nests or is it just the mumma birds that have them? If so, where do all the 100's of sparrows, magpies, and seaguls I see every day sleep?
    They perch in trees. They only really have nests when they're mating. They just go hide in trees and drift off. Some will go hide in little holes or whatever too... but most will perch on a branch on one leg and sleep, beaks tucked into their back feathers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    Here's a gem, thanks to my 18yo nieces fb status:

    "Can u go pee pee in a girls vajayjay on the flop? Would that lead to an infection?"

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    I don't even know what that is supposed to mean!

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    I think it means can a guy pee inside the vagina post erection (ie before he pulls out)???

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    Waaa!? I want to know WHY when you have to get up at say 7am for work and seriously cannot open your eyes your that tired BUT when you have a day off your absolutely fine to wake up at 7am. Anyone else??

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    Here's a gem, thanks to my 18yo nieces fb status:

    "Can u go pee pee in a girls vajayjay on the flop? Would that lead to an infection?"

    Discuss.
    Lol. What?!? I'm with Sassy, I don't get that lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plexus Solaire View Post
    At risk of sounding like a total nuff... where do birds sleep? Do they all have nests or is it just the mumma birds that have them? If so, where do all the 100's of sparrows, magpies, and seaguls I see every day sleep?
    Not nuffy at all - my 11yo asked the same question yesterday - and all birds do it a bit differently.

    Birds 'roost' when they sleep.

    Seagulls roost on beaches and rocks etc - we went to the beach late last night with a strong torch so the kids could see them. Sparrows and magpies roost in trees and only use nests when 'nesting' - laying eggs and raising young. Some birds will use nests most if the year round, and some birds never actually build nests (Penguins for example). There are special names for some birds 'nests' like rookeries, and eireys (eagle nests).

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