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dontcry commented on the word oosik
Beaver Cleaver! *snort* *cringe* *snort*
August 1, 2009
chained_bear commented on the word oosik
I still ♥ this page.
October 17, 2007
reesetee commented on the word oosik
Jeez, a person goes away for a few hours to get some work done and all hell breaks loose here.Nice job, everyone. :-)
skipvia commented on the word oosik
Sorry, U--just think Ozzie and Harriet.
I love this page.
uselessness commented on the word oosik
Well there goes that happy childhood memory...
Beaver Cleaver is the scariest name I have ever heard.
I don't know what's worse, the inappropriate irony of your joke, or the invocation of TV's second biggest nerd (following Wil Wheaton, of course).
Well, I wasn't going to say that, but I'm glad you did.
Wait, wait... that's so ironic, isn't it? Beavers with baculums? Bacula? (Scott?) Really? I mean... beavers?
Yes, c_b, it's true. The beaver also has a baculum.Sounds like a list to me...
yarb commented on the word oosik
No knees? This is all very dubious.
...Wow... *marvels*You know, I'm going to open a can of worms here, but I really want to know: what about beavers?
C_B--so do minks, raccoons, and otters. Hmmm...all animals that spend time around water. COLD water...
Not likely, yarb, since they don't have knees.
Like a frightened turtle, reesetee...
October 16, 2007
Walruses have penis bones. But do they have kneecaps?
My theory is that it's an evolutionary adaptation. Walruses spend a lot of time in cold water, and cold water...ummm...makes things...you know...shrink.
The typical one is about two feet long. Really.
If I had a "Do Not Need to Know" list, this would be on it.
It has a bone?!
The baculum (penis bone) of a walrus. There is also a ski race near Talkeetna, Alaska, called the Oosik Classic. Don't know why--there isn't a walrus within 700 miles of Talkeetna.