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Meanwhile, in a parallel universe, “Rozar s’Macco” is an incredibly and unnecessarily complicated theory explaining why it is impossible to get hair off a chicken
LOL! NOWWW I get it! (Thanks Wikipedia! That was simple!)
Cutting edge technology…
with a infinitely sharp edge???
I almost said something dreadful like “razor sharp wit”. That’s a close shave, then: but don’t get into a lather about it.
Oh dear, oh dear.
Another Good One!
I’ve been reading every day, but this is the first one that I put up on my door. (Grad student office). Thanks for the laughs, Doug!
Thanks, Barbara! Now I understand why there’s always hair on my fried chicken wings.
LOL. I just snorted apple-juice.
They’ll be a “Gillette Occam’s Lady” any day now.
You people are hilarious – thanks for all the great comments so far this week!
My prediction: Geeks around the world will begin printing this one up for campus office doors. Wait, it seems there’s already proof!
note to Chikzrkul:
if there’s hair on your chicken wings…
maybe its not really chicken!
(Let’s see, what animals have hair instead of feathers…? no, don’t even go there…)
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Why do blades have to be parallel? Can we somehow make them blurred using fast vibrations?