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All cheetah cubs are born apparently headless, as their entire heads are actually retracted below the level of their shoulder blades and angled up so they can suckle. They only pop up after a month or in some cases up to six. In rare cases they don't come up and they're fucked as they can run very fast but have no idea where to.

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9 minutes ago, SatanGreavsie said:

All cheetah cubs are born apparently headless, as their entire heads are actually retracted below the level of their shoulder blades and angled up so they can suckle. They only pop up after a month or in some cases up to six. In rare cases they don't come up and they're fucked as they can run very fast but have no idea where to.

Bit like Kaiyne Wollery

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51 minutes ago, SatanGreavsie said:

All cheetah cubs are born apparently headless, as their entire heads are actually retracted below the level of their shoulder blades and angled up so they can suckle. They only pop up after a month or in some cases up to six. In rare cases they don't come up and they're fucked as they can run very fast but have no idea where to.

A bit like Raheem Sterling?

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2 hours ago, SatanGreavsie said:

All cheetah cubs are born apparently headless, as their entire heads are actually retracted below the level of their shoulder blades and angled up so they can suckle. They only pop up after a month or in some cases up to six. In rare cases they don't come up and they're fucked as they can run very fast but have no idea where to.

Cheetahs can't roar either 

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1 hour ago, Benny The Ball said:

Don't know If anyone is aware of this - a very sad story but worth a mention to set the record straight  

We all know that there were 33 victims in the Burnden Disaster  

Well - sort of 

Back in the day ( March 1946 ) there was no such thing as post traumatic stress and counselling - you just got on with things - or at least you were meant to - that was the way things were in the aftermath of the war

Well sadly Robert Jones aged just 34 years old who lived in Bark Street was so traumatised by events at Burnden that day he did not get on with it -  he  gassed himself 

The Coroner recorded a  suicide verdict on 15th March - 6 days after the disaster and said this  

"Without seeking in any way to minimise the tragedy at Burnden Park , it is difficult to understand why it should have had such an effect on this mans mind "

To me he is the 34th Victim 

Now that really is something I never knew, thanks for that

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