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After I released a lamb that had got its head stuck in a fence, it ran halfway across the field to a ewe and immediately started suckling.Steve Carell, who provided some of the best improv in Anchorman and has risen admirably to the impossible task of filling Ricky Gervais’ shoes in the US version of The Office, should soon be as big a star as Will Ferrell.Andy Stitzer (Steve Carell) is a 40-year-old virgin who lives alone, his apartment filled with his collection of action figures and video games.At a poker game with his co-workers David (Paul Rudd), Cal (Seth Rogen), Mooj (Gerry Bednob), and Jay (Romany Malco), when conversation turns to past sexual exploits, the group learns that Andy is still a virgin, and resolve to help him lose his virginity.Fun without ever being particularly funny, this one-joke comedy-of-bad-manners features a hero who will either tickle your funny bone or make you vaguely uncomfortable: a meek, blank-eyed stock clerk who's managed to make it to the ripe old age of 40 with his virginity intact.I’m a 42 year old single male who recently left a 5 year relationship for various reasons, but mainly because I wanted kids and she did not.The men give Andy different and sometimes contradictory advice, both on his appearance and how to interact with women.Cal advises Andy to simply "ask questions," which he practices on bookstore clerk Beth (Elizabeth Banks), who quickly becomes intrigued by him.

Jay attempts to quicken the process by tricking Andy into meeting a prostitute.

Is it because feral domesticated animals can somehow live on in poor health through their association with humans, whereas nature would ruthlessly pick off any weaklings in the wild animal population?

In your article about housework ("Germ warfare", 14 January), you said that after washing dishes we should "rinse with plenty of water, preferably hot". Wouldn't it save money if they were rinsed with the cold water that comes directly from the mains?

Mosquito bites frequently induce a sharp sting in people and some animals, with severe evolutionary consequences for the mosquito when it gets swatted.

Are any mosquitoes evolving with delayed-action stings or reduced sting secretions so they can drink blood without the threat of imminent death?

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