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When a English pea falls off your fork and tells you the etymology of the word "dandelion," you better sit up and listen.

Designed by Japanese ad agency Dentsu, "Mameshiba" technically translates to "bean dog," but realistically translates to "WHOATHATSHIZZISHI-LAR-I-OUS."  There are around 25 characters, each with a puppy dog face, dropping truth bombs like a cuddly Chuck D.  Other bits of wisdom include: "the inside of a kangaroo's pouch is supposedly really stinky"; "when you kiss, 200 million germs per second are exchanged between mouths"; and "mandarin duck couples stop liking each other once their nest is built."  Beat that, Don Draper.

Joe.

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