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frogapplause commented on the word detached member
"The detached member continues to leap, lurch and lunge -- sometimes in intricate patterns never before detected -- for up to 30 minutes..."
What about detached bilby ears? Can they continue to leap, lurch, and lunge for up to 30 minutes?
September 9, 2009
bilby commented on the word detached member
Of course they do. Bilby ears never give up. Even years after they have been severed, bilby ears could sneak up behind you and startle you into the next universe with a burst of the Hallelujah chorus on maracas and harmonicon.
reesetee commented on the word detached member
Makes you wonder what appendage humans would drop if they had the same capability.
Wait. No it doesn't.
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