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Captain Jigglypuff

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The answer? Michael Jackson when he was alive.


I'm from the other end of the spectrum.
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It is especially true with the people who just have to take a selfie. Quite a few have won Darwin awards doing it.
Quirky fact that no one probably wants to hear, but I'm autistic so get over it. :)

Freshwater Crocodiles, as we call them here is a misnomer. The official name is Johnson's Crocodile, and that's actually a tongue in cheek dig at Johnson because it's not a crocodile. Johnson was just a soldier on one of the early exploratory expeditions and he got along well with all the scientists and took up an interest. But when he showed them the new type of crocodile he'd found they all laughed at him because it's an alligator.


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Definitely random, I have a new hair color (well, technically “colors” because it’s two-toned) but I’m going to wait until the morning to share it because I just took a shower and I’m supposed to be sleeping.
I’m sure the reactions will be mixed but I’m happy with it.


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This checks out. Recently when I was at the ER, they had a whole slew of things not to say to the nurses on the wall and I couldn't believe that they all had to be spelled out (I'm assuming these were unfortunately common enough to actually put on the wall). They were things that most normal humans would definitely not say to the staff, but seeing it all out in the open and written like the ten commandments was a little creepy

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