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#67 - The middle class is the 98%  [+] (3 replies) 08/06/2016 on Shill Harder -1
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#71 - ningyoaijin (08/06/2016) [-]
We call that working class. Middle class in the UK is nothing but posh private schooled city dwellers with holiday homes.
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#85 - Gandalfthewhite (08/06/2016) [-]
that's a bit on the upper middle side. I'm middle class and i went to a standard state school in Zone 4 east London without a holiday home
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#72 - XanicLyoka (08/06/2016) [-]
Things work a little differently over here. We're a bit more spread out, but the middle class for America IS the working class for the most part.
#29 - Canada is awesome. The people are nice, the weather's decent, …  [+] (4 replies) 08/02/2016 on Halifax Police +6
#131 - anon (08/02/2016) [-]
>Something nice happening
>Assume it is in Canada
>It isn't
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#234 - XanicLyoka (08/03/2016) [-]
Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia.
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#48 - misticalz (08/02/2016) [-]
#57 - What is a fan of sharks called? Furries are fuzzy animals, sca…  [+] (3 replies) 07/31/2016 on Source Pornmaker +4
#69 - zarhakkar (07/31/2016) [-]
Y'know, I'm actually not too sure about that. WikiFur says cetaceans, but, since the article is a stub and the term cetacean relates primarily to aquatic mammals such as dolphins and whales, I am lead to doubt the accuracy of that conjecture.
Personally, to keep it simple and avoid confusion, I just consider sharks as "aquatic scailes" and leave it be.
       Something I wanted to add:
            ☻People fap to porn
            ☻Bronies clop to ponies
            ☻Furries yiff to animals
            ☻Scalies hiss to reptiles
            ☻Technophiles clank to robots

             The last two verbs I may have made up. But hey, they fit, don't they?
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#108 - dofyx (07/31/2016) [-]
sharks are technically cartilaginous fish, it is from the kingdom animalia, phylum chordata. It would fit under the class Chondrichthyes, so whatever people use to identify fish or mermaids i guess? pretty sure mermaids are still mammals also is what a shark aficionado would call them
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#58 - commissarcrunch (07/31/2016) [-]
dont sharks have weird scaley sandpaper skin or something? if that is the case, then scalies should work. but i mean thats a bit of a stretch
#73 - Vore - one character eating another Unbirthing - the inser…  [+] (1 reply) 07/30/2016 on Followed her instinct a... +9
#220 - anon (07/30/2016) [-]
My bad. Apologies.
#121 - You can have identical twins of different genders. A…  [+] (1 reply) 07/28/2016 on Fact Comp #3 AM Edition +2
#164 - nyuuu (07/28/2016) [-]
> You can have identical twins of different genders.
No. Identical twins have the same set of chromosoms. Including the sexual ones.

> Also, because the two pairs of identical twin parents have the same dominant gene sets, the children would be genetically identical.
No. Everyone has a pair of each chromosom. When a child is conceived, each parent gives one element of the pair, randomly. Two couples made of identical twins will still randomly give one element of each pair. There is nothing special about these children, except they are likely to share some chromosoms, but that also happens between brothers/sisters.

Dominant and recessive genes are something else. The recessive gene will not express itself if the equivalent gene in the other element of the pair is dominant. It will only express itself if both genes are recessive.