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Re: off subject- Banana slugs


Karin wrote:
> 
> Yep the Banana slug is the official mascot of the Santa Cruz campus of the
> University of California and a fine one it is at that. I am actually fond
> of the slimy little guys with their bright cheerful color. I love the idea
> that the school doesn't take itself to seriously. How are they are garden
> residents? Banana slugs are
> ever so slimy though and you don't want to get that stuff on you, you need
> gasoline to get it off. Yuk a zoola

The Banana slug is also the subject of many "Truth or Dare"s by young
ladies in the area who end up kissing one of them rather than telling
the truth about some pubescent secret. Trust me I have pictures...to the
endless consternation of my daughter and friend. I love it, such
power...

John                     | "There be dragons here"
                         |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
                         |  to indicate the edge of the known world.





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