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…which would be oh so excellent as a band name.
When I first saw the post before the video loaded, I thought, “Oh, these are just some crocodile babies from Siam” (the old name for Thailand). Then I saw that they are conjoined twin crocs, or more precisely, Siamese Siamese crocs. Anybody else up for naming the pair Chang and Eng?
This is as close to a Pushme-Pullyou as we’re going to see in our lifetimes.
Dirty cyberphant sympathizer… are you banking on a high position in the new eleborg slave regime?
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Was anyone able to down load any on the sets? Each and every established I found, took you to another webpage, which is fine. Having said that, each of the links on that webpage were to advertisements, and the links to them were all misleading. What’s worse is after likely through the steps for each individual advertisement link, it doesn’t give you the download. I understand that the way to make money to pay for that icons is to have loads of advertising, having said that, not giving us the icons is like a type of fraud, and at the incredibly least a waste of time.
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