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The Argyle Sweater by Scott Hilburn for December 18, 2015

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    Linux0s  over 5 years ago

    She claimed it herself.

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    jreckard  over 5 years ago

    If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you …Oh well, maybe not.

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    sunnysrteet27  over 5 years ago

    I think she ate his head. The burp just might be a clue.

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    J Short Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Taking head; it’s the opposite of….well you know.

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    UpaCoCoCreek Premium Member over 5 years ago

    Oooh, I hate when that happens.

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    toahero  over 5 years ago

    It actually is pretty rare in the wild. It’s just common in captivity, where the male can’t get away as easy.

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    gmu328  over 5 years ago

    Actually, you can still claim an exemption in the year you died …

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    david_reaves Premium Member over 5 years ago

    @Bobarion, my thought exactly. The only two things you can’t evade forever.

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    rnmontgomery52  over 5 years ago

    I had a grd level entomology class a few years ago, the prof told us that male Mantids don’t usually “complete their task of copulating” if his head is still attached, so female mantids know to eat the heads of their mates.

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    Stephen Gilberg  over 5 years ago

    Talking without a head is as weird as it gets.

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