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A LADY WHO IS A UROLOGIST - Vice Magazine So there’s this very cute Italian girl who happens to be a professional urologist, which means that she handles cocks all day, every day. From seven in the morning to seven in the evening, she checks out cocks. Let’s talk to her. About cocks. Vice: How many penises do you see each day? Chiara: On average, I’d say about 30.
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E-Mail from Grandma » Humor A little old lady answered a knock on the door one day to be confronted by a well-dressed young man carrying a vacuum cleaner. "Good morning," said the young man.
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Big break! Giant pool table is 30 feet long and uses 6lb bowling balls By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 03:15 GMT, 22 January 2011 Most people would rather have a swimming pool in their back garden than an actual pool table. But this is the enormous billiards table, believed to be the largest in world, that an American man built in his yard.
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Physicist : The existence of Santa Claus is an established fact, beyond debate. I, like most people of my generation, have verified his existence experimentally by means of the “Cookie test”. The idea that millions of people, the world over, could leave cookies and milk out in the evening, and have them replaced by presents in the morning, without a “Jolly Agent” implies a conspiracy on a frankly Orwellian scale. That “theory” can be dismissed out of hand. Occam’s razor alone shows that this is essentially an open and shut case. Santa Claus: Judgmental and Dutch. Is Santa real? « Ask a Mathematician / Ask a Physicist
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Greatest photobomb ever? Dobbs – I’m having a very difficult time wrapping my head around what you’re saying. First of all “The fact that it is photoshopped takes all the originality out of the picture”? That’s just backwards – constructing a composition, no matter if it’s in real life or digitally, is a is a creative task. It puts thought and planning into the picture, instead of just random luck. Sure, a photoshopped picture isn’t a “real photobomb” – but why does that matter?