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What is hidden in the photo?

What is hidden in the photo?
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The first user who solved this task is Erkain Mahajanian.
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Christmas cracker jokes - yet another collection

What do you get if you cross a bell with a skunk?

Jingle Smells!

What's green, covered in tinsel and goes ribbet ribbet?

Mistle-toad!

Which famous playwright was terrified of Christmas?
Noël Coward!

What is the best Christmas present in the world?
A broken drum – you just can’t beat it!

How do you know if Santa is really a werewolf?

How do you know if Santa is really a werewolf?


What did the stamp say to the Christmas card?

Stick with me and we'll go places!


Why did no one bid for Rudolph and Blitzen on eBay?
Because they were two deer!

What does the Queen call her Christmas Broadcast?
The One Show!

What did Father Christmas do when he went speed dating?
He pulled a cracker!

Why don't you ever see Father Christmas in hospital?
Because he has private elf care!

Why is it getting harder to buy Advent calendars?
Because their days are numbered!

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Ernest Everett Just

Born 14 Aug 1883; died 27 Oct 1941 at age 58.Black-American embryologist who pioneered understanding of cell division, researching fertilized egg cells, experimental parthenogenesis, hydration, cell division, dehydration in living cells, and the effect of ultra violet rays on egg cells. In 1915, he was awarded the first Spingarn Medal, the highest honor given by the NAACP. His research during summers 1909-30, at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, Mass, included thousands of experiments on marine mammal cell fertilization. Outside MBL, he experienced discrimination. Seeking more opportunities, he spent most of the 1930s in various European countries. WW II hostilities caused him to return to the U.S. in late 1940, but he died of pancreatic cancer the next year.«
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