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Comic #2521

1 Martian 2: Saucer 2, ready for rescue mission.
2 Martian 1: Remember, take care not to be seen by any Earthlings.
2 Martian 2: Roger.
3 Martian 1: Retrieve all Martian technology from their clutches.
3 Martian 2: Roger.
4 Martian 1: Oh, and pick up some frozen yoghurt.
4 Martian 1: Roger that!

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I remember the first time I tried frozen yoghurt. It was amazing - new and exciting and all tangy and yummy in ways in which ice cream couldn't duplicate. I was hooked.

I had frozen yoghurt quite a lot soon thereafter. But over time the novelty wore off and I must admit that I haven't actually had any frozen yoghurt for several years now. Maybe I should go pick some up.

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