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A tipster noticed this fantastic file name sitting at the bottom of the Furnald printer queue. While only slightly more subtle than last time, there is a strong possibility that this is an actual paper. Why didn’t you just name it “AnimalScienceLab.docx” like everyone else?

No, the joke is not "froscipaper.docx"

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous lol oral sex or cheese

  • GOB says:

    @GOB I should have never given up CUIT-printing name rights…

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    1. anonymous says:

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    1. Track Attack! says:

      @Track Attack! Oh. What a surprise.

  • banana says:

    @banana standard input

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    @lulz chimichanga

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Some weird shit goes on in Furnald.

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