Sunday April 5, 2020

Marriages of yesteryear hold lessons for today

It has recently come to my attention that we die with our tongues hanging out.

2nd September, 2006

It has recently come to my attention that we die with our tongues hanging out.

If I’d thought about it, it would have been obvious - the tongue is a muscle and muscles relax on death and so forth. But I didn’t, and there you have it.

The fact came to light during a family dinner table discussion about a cat that had died in our garden, frozen to death in...

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