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 luna moth would also be a nice pun food for a starling, because moon and stars

The thing that most bothers me about this moth isn’t its freaky half-foot wingspan, but the fact that it’s named after a cyclops because of the TWO (2) eyespots on its wings.

(But then, if you want to get technical, the word “cyclops” doesn’t actually MEAN “one eye,” it means “circular eye,” and it’s never explicitly stated that all cyclops were one-eyed. So I’m willing to tolerate the moth having Polyphemus’ name, especially since it also shares his gigantism.)

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Emo sets attack cat; taste some!

Most of the ways I’ve seen Sirius act like a cat are related to his hunting instincts. Both cats and starlings catch prey much smaller than themselves, which may be crawling, flying or burrowing… so they have very similar hunting styles. I made him a “cat toy” once (a pom-pom on a string) and he chased it wherever I dragged it.

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this one can be sung to the tune of twinkle little star

The “take the blue pill and I’ll show you how deep the rabbit hole goes” is from a meme that was going around the internet.

Well, actually it’s from The Matrix, which adapted it from Alice in Wonderland references… but using it in the context of Viagra was the idea of some anonymous smart-aleck circulating internet memes.

The rest of the jokes I made up, though. But they’re so obvious that I’d be surprised if I were the first to make them up.

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