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(UPI)   Researchers say dogs begin spontaneously yawning after 7 months -- roughly the same point in time subby's girlfriends do   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Lund, animal cognition, baboons, chimps, dogs  
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2012-10-24 10:45:25 AM  
This is the kind of science the world needs more of. Puter killin' missiles and hand size partiwhatsits are stupid.

Jesus, a dog and a rifle is all that any man needs.
2012-10-24 10:48:31 AM  

Caelistis: Jesus A beer, a dog and a rifle is all that any man needs.

2012-10-24 10:54:12 AM  
'Seven months' for you, subby?

Sure it isn't 'seven minutes'?

I ked. I KED!
2012-10-24 10:54:20 AM  
When do they start doing that little "squeeeeek" noise after they do a particularly enjoyable yawn?
2012-10-24 11:59:11 AM  
+1 subby, better to be dumped by a bored woman than dealing with their crying or anger when you get bored.
2012-10-24 12:38:21 PM  
You are now yawning
2012-10-24 01:37:28 PM  
So, that's what? 49 months in dog months?
2012-10-24 03:28:32 PM  
Subby dates infants?

Sick, man, sick.
2012-10-25 12:07:18 AM  
I wonder when wolves start yawning? I've seen one respond to a human yawning and add fanning its toes as well. Lansing Zoo, Michigan, the human an elderly woman, the wolves ones that watched everyone else suspiciously but leaned up against the fence for her to scratch their sides.
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