Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by KneesUp, 11 Jul 2019.
Yes, it can be horrible. Not uncommon for the male to drown the female during the rape.
So it was Wyke, and then it became Kings Town upon Hull (it says here) - but there are, apparently, 8 other places in the UK called Kingston, and a further 9 places called Kinsgston - something - including Kingston on Thames, which has a wee bit of history. So presumably it was 'Hull' so as not to get confused with other Kingstons?
Surely it's time to rebrand Newcastle, given that the castle is over 900 years old?
Seems a poor gene survival strategy..
In addition to being very rude
Donald Trump. Does he live up to the name and trump a lot?
Why were condoms mainly sold in barber shops in the fifties and sixties?
Just as he was finishing your haircut the barber would whisper into your ear " something for the weekend sir?".
Do cats have secret purses with special kitty money in?
Why do dogs lick their er hum, 'bits'
With their tounges?
Er,what else can one lick with I ask?
Mis-read your post.
Because they can.
You can give things a lick of paint with a brush or roller though.
Another question. If polar bears only live in the north pole,why not put a few in the south pole and see if they like it or not?
To paraphrase Red Dwarf: to get rid of the taste of dog food
I imagine the polar bears would like it very much - at first. The penguins, on the other hand, would probably die out within a decade or so, followed shortly by the antarctic seals and the polar bears that were relocated down there.
Why only at first?
Updated my comment after posting, sorry. They'd do very well to begin with (assuming they were acclimatised to the seasons being reversed) because their new prey would be completely unadapted to deal with land-based predators (the natural predators of penguins are seals who attack from the water). (think humans and the dodos)
More young polar bears making it to adulthood would cause a population explosion, until the penguins ran out, then they'd be screwed.
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