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John Jai
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If suppose you need to born as an Animal (other than Homo Sapiens) in your next birth; what animal type you would like to be born?

I would like to be born as an Eagle and fly high....
Jan Cumps
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A sloth.
Or an alot.


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Bear Bibeault
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One of my dogs. They have the Life of Riley.



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Chris Baron
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Beeing a large parrot would be cool. Few if any predators that are after you, flying, clever and attractive, tropical weather.


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Koen Aerts
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I'm coming back as a cockroach; top of the food chain and freaks people out.
Bear Bibeault
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Koen Aerts wrote:I'm coming back as a cockroach; top of the food chain ...

Small consolation when you're under my boot.

And not quite true. See that brown doggie up above? If he catches you, you're lunch!
Paul Clapham
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I'm coming back as a Toxoplasma gondii -- instead of me having a cat, a cat could have me.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Without a doubt, I would be a narwhal. Because no other animal has the same ability to make people say "What the...?"



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Koen Aerts
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Bear Bibeault wrote:
Koen Aerts wrote:I'm coming back as a cockroach; top of the food chain ...

Small consolation when you're under my boot.

And not quite true. See that brown doggie up above? If he catches you, you're lunch!

Yeah, I didn't think this one through. I'm hoping after meeting your boot I get another iteration. My luck it'll be a fruit fly.
Hussein Baghdadi
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A Chubacabra!
Deepak Bala
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Bear Bibeault wrote:One of my dogs. They have the Life of Riley.


You don't get to choose because you are already a bear.


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Arun Kumarr
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Bear Bibeault wrote:One of my dogs. They have the Life of Riley.


What about an walrus!!!
This time someone can just say, "I told you this one is opinionated."


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Maneesh Godbole
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Definitely as a pigeon.
That way I can get to sh*t on all the politicians, either in real, posters or statues.


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Akhilesh Trivedi
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:Definitely as a pigeon. That way I can get to sh*t on all the politicians, either in real, posters or statues.


Well, I was about to give +1 if ranch ever thought building your statue. Now I need to re-think.


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