This is a video of a Brazilian girl catching piranhas by dangling a piece of raw meat in the water, waiting for the piranhas to bite it, then tossing them in a bucket. A fairly solid technique. That plank she's standing on? Not very solid. What's the opposite of something that's solid? "A gas?" What is this, chemistry class? That was a bad answer, now give me that apple of yours -- it's mine now. "It's a pomegranate." What is this, botany class? I said bring it to me, and make it snappy. "But I broke my femur, I'm on crutches." Does this look like anatomy class to you? No, this is sex ed -- now toss me the fruit so I can get back to teaching the kids who actually care about learning about boners and what all you can do with them. Thank you. Now class -- who here can tell me what causes morning wood, and is it something I should tell my doctor about?
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Thanks to Mario, who wants to know why all the piranhas at the pet store always seem to be missing one eye.