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This Article is Not About An Aardvark

I confess. I did it again. I post my last article in the animal category without meaning to. Sometimes I am not a smart woman. Sometimes I get all excited about how I'm going to write about how super warm it is in Alaska right now and I forget to change the category. Don't get me wrong here and say that I'm an animal hater. I love animals, but that's not all that I write about.

If there was an Aardvark category you would think that I just happen to have a whole lot to say about Aardvarks. I mean, they are pretty great, but I only know enough about them for one article, two tops. Their noses are pretty cool and they eat ants. I know that we need ants, but anything that makes them outnumber us by a couple thousand fewer is okay by me. I looked up Aardvarks before writing this and found out that their stomachs grind their food up as part of digestion so that's pretty hard core to. Behold! The mighty Aardvark. I've changed my mind. These guys need a category.

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SoundNFury wrote on January 14, 2015, 11:24 PM

Haha, but it turns out to be more about aardvarks than one might think. As far as I know, I haven't put anything in the wrong category.

Squidwhisperer wrote on January 14, 2015, 11:38 PM

They may not need a category, but maybe they could use a subdivision. Armadillos could presumably build nearby. It would be a safe place to live. Unless you're an insect.

DDS1 wrote on January 15, 2015, 12:32 AM

Well I hope the unseasonably mild temperatures aren't too hard on the Arctic Aardvarks!

bestwriter wrote on January 15, 2015, 4:37 AM

You do not have to worry if you have put anything in a wrong category. All what you need to do is go to that article and click on the edit button which you will see on the top left corner and make the change.

arthurchappell wrote on January 15, 2015, 5:43 AM

I love the word Aardvark - Great for winning wordgames. - Monty Python sometimes referred to a book called Ethel The Aardvard Goes Quantity Surveying