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Thursday, 15 October 2009
10:24:50 PM (GMT)
A Duck's Quack Doesn't Echo # 1

On Average, 100 People Choke To Death On Ballpoint Pens Every Year #2

On Average People Fear Spiders More That They Do dEATH # 3  

It's possible to lead a cow upstairs...but not downstairs. # 4 

Women blink nearly twice as much as men. #5    <-------Sexist Lol

A snail can sleep for three years.  # 6         O.o Nice to Kno Lol

All polar bears are left handed    # 7  : D

A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.  : P HAHA

And for those of you who have loved oncEs at home WEll...

I have added this page on homosexuality facts, because, when learning of your child
or loved 
one's sexuality difference, there are a lot of concerns you need clarified. 
This is a normal proceedure that we as parents need to go through.

This page about homosexuality facts will hopefully clear up some of the queries you
may have and help educate you also.


^^ Power to The Ppl!
Last edited: 22 February 2012

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‹_summernights.♥› says:   15 October 2009   682636  
Women blink nearly twice as much as men. #5 <>
it's sexist.
 
‹CrankThatCookieMonster O :› says:   15 October 2009   494334  
Very LOL
 
‹goodfornothing› says :   15 October 2009   761145  
On Average People Fear Spiders More That They Do dEATH # 3
this is because people are in denial about their death.
Women blink nearly twice as much as men. #5 <> it's sexist.
rofl, was going to say the same thing.
 

 
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