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Geography is the study of the world. It is the science that tries to make sense of all the weird and wonderful things that can be found on planet earth. This is quite a task, given that there are over 7 billion people, millions of animals and plants, and, of course, the Kardashians.

To study geography, one must first understand the concept of the earth. The earth is a giant pizza in space that has been covered in oceans, mountains, forests, and (unfortunately) Justin Bieber.

Geographers then proceed to explore the many different places that make up the earth. They do this by using fancy gadgets, such as maps and GPS, which are really just techy toys to justify their playground antics.

As they explore, geographers often encounter a variety of quirky creatures. These include the polar bear, which likes to sunbathe on melting ice caps, and the pigeon, which is found everywhere except when you need one to catch your train.

Geography can be divided into different categories, including physical geography, human geography, and alien geography (if you believe in that kind of thing). Physical geography covers things like rocks, trees, and storms. Human geography covers people, and their habits and cultures, including the strange customs of wearing socks with sandals or saying hello to strangers.

Despite its importance, geography is not always taken seriously. It is often taught in schools as a subject that only brainy kids like, alongside calculus and advanced knitting. However, geography is a critical science that helps us understand the world around us and better appreciate its many oddities.

In conclusion, geography is the study of all things peculiar, from the big elephant in the room to the tiny little ant carrying crumbs. It helps us explore the world, understand its many peculiarities, and even learn to laugh at some of its wackier moments.