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Something Worth Pondering.

When did being a protozoa become such a con-tozoa? (Sorry, sorry. I had to.)
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@danidee I'm not into words that I have to sound out in my head before I actually attempt saying them, no. lol
I'm just not into the whole "single cell organism" thing everyone's in to
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BLAME THE HAIR..WAIT NO SCALES...NO CROWNS...NO AMOEBAS
That pun made me laugh
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