You and me baby, we ain't nuthin' but mammals, but then what is a mammal? If science is anything to go by mammals are a broad category of species with similar mammalian characteristics such as warm bloodness, fur, and for all bar one or two species within the group, a tendency to have live births. If pseudo-science is anything to go by mammals are 'GET THE F*** OUT OF MY BASEMENT BOY! CAN'T YOU SEE I'M TRYING TO SACRIFICE MY NEPHEW WITH THIS PENCIL?!?!' Which side is right, who knows.
Mammals can most often be found on the discovery channel. This is where they like to do "it".
- PRONOUN~subjective and objective|it|reflexive and intensive|itself|possessive adjective and noun|its
- The third-person singular personal pronoun used to refer to a non-neopet entity, to an inanimate thing with no or unknown sex or gender.
- Put it over there.
- Take each day as it comes.
- The third-person singular personal pronoun used to refer to a person entity of unknown sex or gender.
- She took the baby and held it in her arms.
- Used to refer to oneself when identifying oneself, often on the phone, but not limited to this situation.
- It's me. John.
- The impersonal pronoun, used without referent as the subject of an impersonal verb or statement.
- It is nearly 10 o’clock.
- It’s very cold today.
- It’s lonely without you.
- The impersonal pronoun, used as a placeholder for a delayed subject, or less commonly, object.
- It is easy to see how she would think that.
- I find it odd that you would say that.
- He saw to it that everyone would vote for him.
Because the word it encompasses many things, so can mammals. They can be very cold, eat third person singulars, find it easy to see why she would think that, and even be called John. All essential skills for the survival of a species.
Mammas on the other hand can be found on porntube, frollicking with oily stud muffins for your enjoyment.