Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Whispering Pines Are Known To Let Secrets Slip

It has come to the attention of the National Board of Names and Naming (NBNN) that several families in the area must change their names. Take for example the family currently known as the Ghidorahs. Their old name was Ischnuridae, which had to be changed due to a naming conflict with the Damselfly family. Not to mention, no one could pronounce the old name anyway. To christen their new name at the naming ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Gigan and King Ghidorah performed an 11-second kiss that caused outcry in some countries. But that was 4 days ago. These days, unexpected or incomplete data or occasional errors or disputes about 11-second kisses will only rarely attract considerable attention.

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