A tortoise.
A Tortoise celebrates their birthday with a vegetable platter
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This week’s question: A Seychelles giant tortoise named Jonathan recently turned 191. Despite being the world’s oldest living land animal, he still has a "keen" appetite and a "good libido," said a veterinarian. In seven or fewer words, come up with a thoughtful birthday card message for Jonathan.

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THE WINNER: Have you thought of running for president?

Julie Schwerin, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin

SECOND PLACE: Congratulations, Keith Richards is jealous

Valerie Belcher, Chicago, Illinois

THIRD PLACE: “OK, OK, You Win!” Signed, the hare

Daniel Hicks, Randolph, Massachusetts 

HONORABLE MENTIONS:

Party like it’s 1899

Ken Kellam III, Dallas, Texas

Keep on creepin’ on!

Ramona Rush, Lexington, Kentucky 

Buying your birthday candles prevented a recession!

John Parry, Eldersburg, Maryland

You don't look a day over Neolithic!

Rebecca Burgan, Grass Valley, California

Living La Dolce Vita since 1832

Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Congratulations, you outlasted the hare again

Joel Nelson, Goleta, California 

They say 191 is the new 150!

Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California

One-nine-one, stopped by none

Vipin Khera, Chelmsford, Massachusetts

Wishing you more food, love, and centuries

Donna Reece, Oakwood, Ohio

Girls are ready for slow and steady

Ron Hicks, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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