yeeeeeeah...i can take one...haha
They have strong crunching power, but weak jaw muscles when it comes to opening their mouth.
Interesting. I wouldn't want to have to do the studies on those muscles.
Yeah, I'll leave that to the Crocadile Hunter
A guy in one of the dorms tried to sneak in one of those baby ones.
I imagine it didn't work?
Someone ratted him out. But I wouldn't want it in my bathroom either.
2005-08-20 11:25 pm (UTC)
at first i thought that said "a crocoldile wedding"
and i said to myself
Interesting. I got this off of one of those National Geographic publication pages, soooo.. I don't know. *shrug*
Well, Gator's aren't real nice either, are they? :)
Eeee. Seems so.
Thanks for the warning!
The National Geographic special someone else was talking about would probably say that I'd win or somethimg.. just to be contrary.
Careful. They'll want to get to second base. ;)
alright, then I'll only hug it, if it's a female crocodile
Everyone needs to have standards. ;)
what happens if you happen to come across one of those bisexual crocs...then your screwed *smirk*
There really aren't that many crocs in Florida. Alligators are a different story, but if you don't try to go swimming with them, you're a-okay. They'll just climb right out of the water, lie down next to you, and ask if you can spare some sunscreen.
Nice. ;) I honeslty am more scared of crocs and gators then of sharks.
I live in Florida and I've never seen a gator or a croc.
Really? That's awesome. I guess I've just seen too many pictures of them crawling up to doorsteps and such.
There's no apostrophe in a possesive its. Please remove it. It irritates my eyes. Also, the apostrophe in human beings comes after the s.
Just trying to be a helpful little Grammar Fairy, hope I didn't bother you.
lol. I'm not fixing them. :)