I could be wrong,
But I’m pretty sure:
Snowmen are classified using a
note: Snomo Sapien?
double note: “Can you tell me about plants and animals?“
” Sorry, that information is classified.“
Today I only had time to make a snowbaby.
Hey! I was pretty busy!
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I’m glad humans don’t have wings
… because I really like being a mammal.
note: if I did have wings … I’d want cool ostrich ones.
double note: the talk about me being a genus is a specious argument … or me being a genius is a species argument … or me being … is probably small talk … or an argument … or something.
triple note: when it comes to stocks I follow Linnaeus’s advice: Buy No Mial … No Men Clature.
quadruple note: everything has been classified … except stuff that we don’t know about yet.
quintuple note: I was using the Royal “we” or the one that means everyone in the last note.
sextuple note: do monarchs have royal wees and then royal flushes?
septuple note : monarch butterflies … they’ve never been deposed … or had their heads cut off. What gives? … they must be benevolent dictators.
notes to myself #98
You know that globe bank in the top drawer of your parents’ dresser that is full of quarters and dimes that are all yours? … they stop putting money in there eventually.
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