Ladywriter

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    We are the pirates who don't do anything,we just stay at home, and lie around.
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    The Grand Line
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    keeping my feet warm
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    Vespa Woman
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    One Piece
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    FFX
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    The WasteLands
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    The Walking Dead
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    Saving Humanity
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    Dawkins, Hitchens

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  1. Researchers found 2,368 unique species of bacteria after swabbing just 60 belly buttons, according to a report in The Atlantic. Of these, 1,458 may have been completely new to science. In this same study, one man's belly button was found to be home to bacteria previously known to exist only in the soil of Japan. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/08/personal-hygiene-facts_n_4217839.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009

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    2. Sledgstone

      Sledgstone

      sustain and replenish the good bacteria in our bodies.

      http://www.abc.net.au/news/2007-10-10/scientists-discover-true-function-of-appendix-organ/693946

      Its very interesting because some of these rare and completely unique species of bacteria could very well be another form of evolution. We are born with bacteria passed on by our parents and the bacteria we grow on and in our bodies are just as unique to ourselves as our own white blood cells and antibodies.

    3. Eppy

      Eppy

      BAH My belly button probably houses things that haven't been around for centuries! Dino DNA yo!

    4. Sledgstone

      Sledgstone

      If someone swabbed your belly button with a q-tip, the cotton would dissolve. :P