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From the “I Tried Not to Click” Headlines Department September 29, 2020

Posted by geoff in News.
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. . . but I am weak and imperfect.

Escaping through a predator’s butt is a common strategy for prey

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1. Jimbro - September 30, 2020

Here it is, damn near October, and I learn September was Butt Month at Massive Science!

“Ed: Welcome to Butt Month. Every Tuesday in September, Massive will publish an article on the evolution, science, and technology surrounding the butt. If it touches the butt, we’ll be covering it. Why Butt Month? Why not.”

2. geoff - September 30, 2020

I look forward to their probing analysis next year.

3. skinbad - September 30, 2020

It’s also “Fat Bear Week.” Which isn’t as scary as it could be: https://explore.org/fat-bear-week

4. Retired Geezer - September 30, 2020

“Uh…. in the butt, Bob.” … (actually she says Ass)

https://videosift.com/video/Wheres-The-Stranged-Place-you-Made-Whoopee

5. Humuhumunukunukuapua’a Hot Links | Tacky Raccoons - October 11, 2020

[…] Escaping through a predator’s butt can be a lifesaver [via]. […]


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