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 take life

One possible reply: If you take something you already have, then you end up with twice as much of that thing. If you already have an apple and you take an apple, you have two apples. By this logic, taking your own life would double your lifespan. (But first you’d have to find someone who had another copy of your own life that you could take.)

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 What do you get when you cross a fish with an ant? Efficiant.

Happy wedding anniversary, John! We’ve been married for four years now. According to some list I found online, we’re supposed to give each other fruit or flowers on this anniversary. Let’s just have sex instead, okay? Sex organs are the animal equivalent of flowers anyway.

(But let’s do it without the animal equivalent of fruit, which is pregnancy. My love for you is seedless.)

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 The near-rhyme in each verse is part of Abby's strategy of annoyance.

Muse has a song that contains the lyrics “I won’t give you up, I won’t let you down.” I wouldn’t put it past Bellamy to have deliberately Rickrolled his fans.

Hey, I just realized that you could pronounce “lyric” as “Lie, Rick.” (Thus contradicting the line “Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you”?)

And if you have no idea what I’m talking about, you need to get a life. I mean an absence of a life.

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