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March 19, 2023


Mount Everest has preserved climbers’ frozen sneezes for centuries: study

(Thanks to Matt Filar)


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Only the sneezes?


Also, don't mistake any yellow spots for Italian ice.

Who wouldn't put their trust in a study from the 2019 "National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet expedition to Everest." If you can't trust NG and Rolex, who can you trust?

This story reminds me of that classic song .. (mi, mi, mi, mi)
On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese
I lost my poor meatball when somebody sneezed
everybody now!
It rolled off the table, it rolled on the floor
And then my poor meatball rolled out of the door

*warms up singing voice*
*chases fleeing pets*


@ MOTW (My version)

"it rolled down the sidewalk
and on to the street
run over by a semi
now there's no meat to eat..."

"I rushed to the table
the spaghetti0 was gone
the dog looked real guilty
he barfed on our lawn..."

I suppose all those gesundheits are also hanging frozen in the air, too.

I put my dear meatball
Out of its misery
It’s now with its Maker
Chef Boyardee

(Don’t forget to tip your songwriters.)

"Snark" @ Mad Hatter

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