March 29, 1998 in Features


L.M. Boyd Crown Syndicate

A caring grandmother with a home near a shoreline recycles an old cliche when she reports, regretfully, her visiting grandchildren this summer “left no tern unstoned.”

The smell receptacles of the rabbit cover an area equal to the skin surface of its entire body. Your smell receptacles cover only about threefourths of a square inch. It’s clear the rabbit will smell you before you smell the rabbit, and this is a good thing for the rabbit, usually.

It has been estimated that about 250,000 cakes of soap a year are used to draw X’s on windows of buildings under construction.

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