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  1. Is the ostrich even necessary? The snake could see for himself if there was a clog or not.

  2. But there is a tool (sort of) known as a snake, and an associated procedure known as snaking a drain or pipe. Is there anything like that for ostrich, or emu, or whatever that bird is?

    (But no, I don’t really want to hear about the origins of the verb “goose”.)

  3. “Is the ostrich even necessary? The snake could see for himself if there was a clog or not.”

    Perhaps the ostrich deals with problems that are NOT clogs. This case IS a clog, though, and thus falls to the snake to handle.

  4. Mark M, that was my thought, too. Boogers are just protein, the baby shoudn’t have cared a bit.

  5. Ostriches are (wrongly) know to stick their heads in the ground. So this one sticks its head into whatever in order to see what’s there and report it.

  6. Maybe it’s just a typo, but I thought “Kevin & Kell” should have been tagged as a “Saturday Morning Ewe“.

  7. @Chak: Maybe it was the principle of the thing. Like when you order a Coke from the drive thru and it turns out to be Diet.

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