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Barbie's measurements (if she were life-size): 39-23-33...:eek::P

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There are more collect calls on Father's Day than any other day of the year...:confused:

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Barbie's measurements (if she were life-size): 39-23-33...:eek::P

 

Would've been a great line in a movie: "You be careful with that Barbie doll, you'll poke your eye out!" d =|

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The first VCR was made in 1956 and was the size of a piano.

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Mosquito repellents don’t repel; they hide you. The spray or lotion blocks the mosquito’s sensors; however, it will seek out unprotected areas of skin.

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Napoleon Bonaparte was always depicted with his hand inside his jacket because he suffered from "chronic nervous itching" and often scratched his stomach sores until they bled. Ugh, sick. :sick:

 

I was told that it was because he had an umbilical hernia... Cronic itching sores, blahhh, gross!! :eek:

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If humans could jump like fleas, they’d be able to leap over a 100-story building in a single bound.

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Kennedy was the name of a secretary who worked for Abraham Lincoln, while strangely enough, Lincoln was the name of a secretary who worked for John F. Kennedy.

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Spacewar is generally considered to be the first video game. Programmed in 1962 by MIT student Steve Russell, it was a simple game in which two players would blast lasers at each other. At the time, the game only ran on massive, million-dollar mainframes the size of a small house. Spacewar was circulated to other computer labs across the country, but only nerdy college students with access to mainframes could play it.

Reminded me of this famous scene about

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They say oysters are an aphrodisiac; I wonder if this has anything to do with it?

Unlike humans, the oyster is usually ambisexual. It begins life as a male, then becomes a female, then changes back to being a male, then back to female. It may go back and forth many times!

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