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(BBC)   City birds learn to use cigarette butts as anti-parasitic nest material. Hipster birds observed using only obscure brands you've probably never heard of   ( bbc.co.uk) divider line
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2012-12-06 05:34:32 PM  
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ZeroCorpse: Reasons why I don't smoke (none of them having to do with cancer):

Reasons why you're relevant and we want to year your personal motives:

2012-12-06 01:47:30 AM  
1 vote:

jaytkay: omeganuepsilon: StoPPeRmobile: WHAT!



Everybody dies. No exceptions.

Smokers, health nuts

So you might as well choose a painful and pointless means, right?

I know, right? I'd hate to die like George Burns, at the age of 100 after having suffered a head injury slipping in the shower. If only he'd avoided smoking!
2012-12-05 09:51:07 PM  
1 vote:
"The Mexican QB Swallow, in an effort to keep away the dangerous Patriots from New England, looks for a butt to line his nest with."

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2012-12-05 09:38:57 PM  
1 vote:
I save cigarette butts for a poor girl, across town.
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