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    Re: That's Neat! 1: That's neat

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    Re: That's Neat! 1: That's neat

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    You will take my two-spaced sentences, and my Oxford comma, from my cold, dead, and stiff hands.
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    Re: That's Neat! 1: That's neat

    4th of July barbecues.

    Corn on the cob.

    Here's something "neat": each strand of corn silk is how the corn gets fertilized; so for each kernel of corn there is a strand of corn silk that carried a grain of pollen to the ear.
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    Re: That's Neat! 1: That's neat

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    4th of July barbecues.

    Corn on the cob.

    Here's something "neat": each strand of corn silk is how the corn gets fertilized; so for each kernel of corn there is a strand of corn silk that carried a grain of pollen to the ear.
    So when I shuck an ear, does that mean I'm aborting dozens of corn fetuses now?
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    Re: That's Neat! 1: That's neat

    Quote Originally Posted by FreshFish View Post
    4th of July barbecues.

    Corn on the cob.

    Here's something "neat": each strand of corn silk is how the corn gets fertilized; so for each kernel of corn there is a strand of corn silk that carried a grain of pollen to the ear.
    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    So when I shuck an ear, does that mean I'm aborting dozens of corn fetuses now?
    And are those things like a bundle of limp peenises? Peni?

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