Does that mean Perfection is Impossible?

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Many a dog are very envious...
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It should be a snake eating itself. It's actually known as Ouroboros.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ouroboros

Coincidently:

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What I should have said was two snakes eating each other is a paradox. What would happen if they both finished eating at the same time? Nobody knows.

In regards to your picture, do snakes really do that? Or did someone shove his tail in his mouth just for the picture?
 
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What I should have said was two snakes eating each other is a paradox. What would happen if they both finished eating at the same time? Nobody knows.
Even if it were so that nobody knows the outcome of that absurd situation, it's still no paradox.
 
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What I should have said was two snakes eating each other is a paradox. What would happen if they both finished eating at the same time? Nobody knows.
Two pieces of snake?
In regards to your picture, do snakes really do that? Or did someone shove his tail in his mouth just for the picture?
Not a clue. Googled it.
 

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