It was during the spring of 2013 when I received an early morning call from my dentist. Since it was a Saturday, I realised that this was not the usual courtesy call reminding me of my annual check-up. It should be mentioned that my dentist is also not your usual specimen of dentists. Rough around the edges is an understatement to say the least.
I remember a time when I built small mole skeletons by sticking the bones on a piece of paper using super glue. Amazingly the hobby developed to a point where, some years later we had a fully grown giraffe skeleton standing in our front garden.
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