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ear piercing
This is where the teams change songs by substituting different words, but this subtle modification can only be detected thanks to the keen sense of hearing possessed by humans. Early man believed he could improve his hearing by piercing the ear lobe to hang a weight thereby opening the auricular tube. This is where the practice of wearing earrings came from when a tribal chief would require his entire colony to have their ears pierced by a sharp point sterilised in a flame. Now I know what you are thinking teams, who could possibly convince several hundred people that they’ld be better off having red hot needles stuck in their ear? At the piano we have Colin Sell.

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