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Some Science — 11 Comments

  1. You obviously never worked with pigs, Grandad. It is not uncommon for a boar to leave his corkscrew (and it is shaped like one) behind when the 30mins are up. Not for me. I’ll go for the lion, me.

  2. Grandad,

    According to Chinese Astrology the following are
    Years of the Pig – 1923, 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, 2020, 2031, 2043

    Character of Persons born under this Sign

    *A pig is not as smart as a dog in understanding human thought. It likes sleeping and eating and becomes fat. Thus it usually features laziness and clumsiness. On the positive side, it behaves itself, has no calculation to harm others, and can bring affluence to people. Consequently, pigs were once regarded as wealth.

    People born in the Year of the Pig are honest and frank. They have a calm appearance and strong heart, but they lack patience and independence. As they do not like to talk in a roundabout way, they are thought to be unsociable. Luckily, they are tolerant and optimistic, so not until they become your friends can their virtue, advantages and fidelity to friendship be found.*

    Do you still want to be a Pig?

  3. Here am I happily contemplating my reincarnation as a pig, and along come Sneezy and Grannymar to shatter my dreams…. Ah well! *sigh*

  4. Enjoyable read. We’ve been away in Bordeaux…hence lack of commenting lately!

  5. I’m all for the banging the head against walls bit. It’s how I keep my figure.

    And starfish DO have brains. If you don’t believe me, refer to ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘Spongebob Squarepants’. (I watch far too many children’s films far too regularly)

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