Escher Girls

Float like a butterfly, Sting like a WTF!?

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One of Galileo’s lesser known experiments was proving that in a vacuum, two Escher Girls would fall at the same rate regardless of how much clingy metal one is wearing.

One of Galileo’s lesser known experiments was proving that in a vacuum, two Escher Girls would fall at the same rate regardless of how much clingy metal one is wearing.

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    *dribbles tea down chin* dammit, Escher Girls
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