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August 31, 2007

Quick quiz: this model’s hair…

a) was styled by the Dairy Queen Frozen Custard All Night Hair Salon
b) helped make her Europe’s number one Marie Antoinette tribute artist
c) was swirled into this shape by the updraft from a passing gyrocopter
d) was the result of being sucked into a cotton candy machine at the Indiana State Fair

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A model displays a creation by Japanese designer Eri Utsugi for the “mercibeaucoup,” Spring/Summer 2008 collection during Japan Fashion Week in Tokyo August 30, 2007. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao

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Mary was a rising star among her clown peers, until tragedy struck and she was killed while driving her teeny tiny car to work…

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Yes, even the abominable snowman must use the bathroom…

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Soft-serve style, anyone?

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What? No sprinkles?

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I think the “designer” was clowning around.

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Tell me it’s flammable.

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So, the reason you don’t stick cotton swabs in your ears because they take root and start to grow?

Huh.

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Run! It’s the fuzz!

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Hershey’s hairy kisses.

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Get your fine Dr. Seuss self over here, babe!

 

I never met anyone
Quite like you before.

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You should see the shoes.

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Fifty percent of body heat escapes from a person’s head. Or one percent.

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Tonight on NOVA

Anne Boleyn; a Portrait in Unsuccessful Strategies.

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