Unknown Facts about Death

by Abner Dormiendo

You will find death pretty much everywhere there are humans or animals. Death love things like garbage, manure and anything else that left out in a warm environment (like the chicken you left thawing on your counter all day).

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Death can travel up to six miles in 24 hours, but they usually prefer to stay close by their breeding ground.

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Death likes to perch on things like wire or string.

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To land upside down on the ceiling, death grabs it with their front legs and then somersault the rest of their body over.

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Death beats its wings 200 times a second, 3 times faster than a hummingbird

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The favorite color of death is red, followed by orange, black, violet, green, blue, white and yellow

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Death can carry typhoid, cholera, diarrhea, amoebic dysentery, T.B, anthrax, gangrene, bubonic plague, leprosy, scarlet fever and yellow fever.

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The easiest way to keep death out of your home is to keep things clean. Don’t leave food lying around, make sure you take out the garbage on a regular basis and wipe up messes right away.

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Despite years of trying, no researcher has ever been able to teach death anything – fish learn, ants learn, snails learn, cockroaches learn, even worms learn … but never death.

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First things first: Sorry for the super delay of the posts. Rest assured I’m braving through the month. Fidelity is where it’s at.

So here’s Day 12: A replacement poem. Took the word “house fly” and replaced it with “death.” It can’t get any more easier than that.

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