Thursday, August 26, 2010
Buzzing Sound Of A Place And Time
Scientists revealed today that studies have proven that buckeye butterflies experience tiny shame. Proportionally speaking, they estimate that butterflies' shame is approximately one-fifth the size of human shame, also taking into account other butterfly emotions.
In a side note, it has also been revealed that one of the scientists involved in the study, Dr. Marke Thitherthischer never enters the lab without first brushing his gleaming steel knees with a soft shammy. He does this out of superstition, and on the rare occasion he forgets, he flies into a finely calculated recitation of the third worst poetry known to Africa, all the while kicking the ladies' lavatories' doors with his feet and the ladies contained therein with his unthinking tongue.