The Platypus Who Discovered Copy and Paste

I bet you didn’t know that it was a platypus, that strange amalgamation of twenty or so animals, who first discovered copy and paste. He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this He was walking along, minding his own business, when he found it, just lying there. “Whoah!” he thought (in platypese of course) “Do you mean to say that if I copy this and paste this

Moral: With great power comes great responsibility.

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