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By Anonymous - / Monday 29 July 2013 08:19 / United States
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This is how we get those crazy hazard signs. This one will read: No orange barrettes next to the giraffes. No one will know why either.

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This is how we get those crazy hazard signs. This one will read: No orange barrettes next to the giraffes. No one will know why either.

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How about the warning label on curling irons that read, "Caution: External use only." Which one of you sick bastards made that necessary?!

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I love that your concern is for the giraffe and not the OP. Can giraffes cough up hairballs...with barrettes?

Sounds like the giraffe was captive-ated by your beret, sounds like things *takes of sunglasses* got a little wild.

Once a giraffe develops a taste for human hair, they can never be trusted around hairy zoo visitors again!!

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we don't know what kind of clip it was. nor the texture of the OPs hair. my wife has some that even when she takes them out, they still rip some hair out. I can't imagine if a giraffe yanked it out with their tounge.

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How do you know she's exaggerating or what kind of barrette she was using? Yea giraffes use their tongue, but it could've grabbed a chunk of OPs hair. Just stop trying to look like you know everything, obviously you don't.

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Guessing a giraffe tongue is pretty strong seeing as they can strip leaves off branches? Most animals can see some colours, some more so than humans and some less.

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