let me guess: lungs float because they’re full of air (what are Antarctic researchers’ method to sleeping in the summer? draw the blinds?)
The problem is that lungs are attached to the rest of the body that you have to keep afloat.
Take care and may God bless.
Can you imagine him calling his dogs to come here by saying “Here, I Know,” Here, you know" and “Here, I don’t know?”
I knew a guy who spent a year there working for the scientists at McMurdo. Yeah, they blackout the windows with blinds and blackout curtains in the summer or did back in the 70s. They had to install special lights in the sun’s wavelength to prevent emotional problems in the winter and also to let them have some natural vitamin D. Apparently human’s don’t do well under florescent light for very long. He said in winter it was so cold that you could feel your cheeks freeze if you were even in one of the unheated garages, let alone the OMG! wind chill factors in winter.
Mark Twain’s choice of dog breed bordered on the sublime.
I’m surprised he didn’t name the other two dogs Who and What.
Just remember the summertime in Antarctica is from September to March next year. The rest is wintertime.
a friend had a dog named damnnit….come here damnnit!
As with the antarctic circle, the same is true with the arctic circle.
My dad told me he had a dog named ‘You Know’ when he was a kid.
Twain also had baseball team…let’s see, he had who on first base, …
With all that superb wit he had, Twain came up with those lame names?!
And now we know…
Eat enough Beans the Colon will float as well!
Skin probably floats.
My dog thought his name was “Down Boy”.
I clearly remember other organs floating. When I went to swim with my gf…
And a chihuahua named “What was the question?”…