Lice Olympics

No, this head lice isn’t preparing for the pole vault. It’s gripping onto two human hairs, seen through a microscope. It was the May winner in “The Human Body” category.….MORE

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3 Responses to Lice Olympics

  1. sarasinart says:

    He;s so ugly; where’s the unlike button, lol?

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  2. Don’t forget that “eyes of the Beholder” thang our mommas taught us. Remember….his wife is uglier than him, but loves him regardless….but she IS a real Itch. Just sayin’…. heard it from a couple of their friends. I do NOT miss my daughters time in elementary school…but just LOOK at the size of that guy’s claws (insert self-censored comment here). Hey, we all get hungry, right. Gotta go, starting to scratch just lookin’ at him.

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  3. sarasinart says:

    Oh when I worked in a community mental health center every year after school started somebody came to the center with head lice. Somebody would whisper the word “lice” in the hall or somewhere, not wanting to say that word out-loud, lol. Then we would all freak out and start checking each other’s heads. And scratching at the thought of it. I always lucked out and never caught them, and my son made it thru school without ever catching them too, so I’ve bee lucky. She said, as she knocked on wood, cos you can still catch them other places.

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