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Ten Top Trivia Tips about Twotoedsloth!

  1. Japan provides over thirty percent of the world's twotoedsloth supply.
  2. Women shoplift four times more frequently than twotoedsloth.
  3. Reindeer like to eat twotoedsloth.
  4. Moles are able to tunnel through 300 feet of twotoedsloth in a day.
  5. Ideally, twotoedsloth should be stored on her side at a temperature of 55 degrees!
  6. There is no lead in a lead pencil - it is simply a stick of graphite mixed with twotoedsloth and water!
  7. Without twotoedsloth, we would have to pollinate apple trees by hand.
  8. Only fifty-five percent of men wash their hands after using twotoedsloth!
  9. There are six towns named twotoedsloth in the United States!
  10. Twotoedsloth was first discovered by Alexander the Great in India, and introduced to Europe on his return.
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Date: 2009-04-12 04:06 am (UTC)
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What is she doing in those apple trees???

Alas I saw a sloth carried off by a great scary Amazonian raptor on PBS Thursday night. It had just escaped a jaguar through fantastic tree-climbing, but this fucker could FLY - no fair.

It was great to see you I'm sorry if I was a grump. I got tired & lost filters. But I am very very glad you came. xox

Date: 2009-04-13 02:23 pm (UTC)
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She's pollinating them, of course.

As for the raptor... AHHHHH! Noooooooooo!

You didn't really seem like a grump. I don't know what you mean by lost filters. And I had a great time and was very glad I came too. Mwah!

Date: 2009-04-13 02:56 pm (UTC)
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From: [identity profile]

By lost filters I meant that I was so tired that I heard myself say to Jude, in a completely neutral, detached voice, "I think I'm being really rude." She asked, "by being in the kitchen instead of out there?" And I said, "No, just really rude to people."

I also had a followup thought to an exchange we had about a certain well-known Roommate, which was that, while S & I were trying to be lighthearted about it, I stuck to my guns because I feel that there is an underlying fact in the case - namely that the woman who behaves in X ways & the woman who is making Y dramatic and obviously doomed life choice are *demonstrably the same person.* So if one were to perceive some kind of continuity, say persistent bad judgment, it might not be totally surprising! Though I made the case for bad judgment in crude terms; her idea of "dressing warmly," on 1/20/09, while clearly culturally inflected, also showed a want of perspicacity that had negative consequences.


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