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How long is the longest rats Tail ever?

Asked by FalcorPilot (32points) May 7th, 2010

Real Rat Tail, not fancy haircut.

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rpm_pseud0name's avatar

I would assume it belongs to a type of water rat, for their tails are much much longer than their bodies. Side-note… a rat-tail is in no way considered a ‘fancy’ haircut. :)

zwatcher's avatar

no one knows for sure, the secret service kept anyone from measuring when he was in office and now that he’s been replaced by a black man everyone’s’ lost interest in G.W

silverfly's avatar

From Wikipedia: Rat kings are phenomena said to arise when a number of rats become intertwined at their tails, which become stuck together with blood, dirt, ice, excrement or simply knotted. The animals reputedly grow together while joined at the tails. The numbers of rats that are joined together can vary, but naturally rat kings formed from a larger number of rats are rarer. The phenomenon is particularly associated with Germany, where the majority of instances have been reported.

deni's avatar

LOL i thought you meant the terrible hairstyle and i was about to say no one would ever know because the population of people that have rat tails in 2010 are probably living high up in the hills of west virginia without contact to the rest of us

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