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Old 10-11-2019, 12:27 PM
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Who, for those that don't know, took a bunch of his political enemies and became very good at "staking" them, which generally means taking a pointy stick, putting it, uh, where the sun don't shine and impaling the person out through the shoulder or mouth or whatever. They were very good at doing it where it wouldn't kill a person immediately but over a couple days. Thus, lawn decorations. Lawn decorations that turned the rampaging Ottoman (I think it was them, not the Turks) incursion into Europe who were coming to attack and saw this and decided this guy was just too crazy and turned around and went home.
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Who, for those that don't know, took a bunch of his political enemies and became very good at "staking" them, which generally means taking a pointy stick, putting it, uh, where the sun don't shine and impaling the person out through the shoulder or mouth or whatever. They were very good at doing it where it wouldn't kill a person immediately but over a couple days. Thus, lawn decorations. Lawn decorations that turned the rampaging Ottoman (I think it was them, not the Turks) incursion into Europe who were coming to attack and saw this and decided this guy was just too crazy and turned around and went home.
I didn't get it before, but I guess that really is, uh, hilarious.
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Old 10-11-2019, 12:56 PM
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I didn't get it before, but I guess that really is, uh, hilarious.
Subtle for sure. Definitely worth learning about if it interests you. He was an intense person.
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Who, for those that don't know, took a bunch of his political enemies and became very good at "staking" them, which generally means taking a pointy stick, putting it, uh, where the sun don't shine and impaling the person out through the shoulder or mouth or whatever. They were very good at doing it where it wouldn't kill a person immediately but over a couple days. Thus, lawn decorations. Lawn decorations that turned the rampaging Ottoman (I think it was them, not the Turks) incursion into Europe who were coming to attack and saw this and decided this guy was just too crazy and turned around and went home.
I know CLW gets cranky without her coffee, but I just can't see her doing this
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I know CLW gets cranky without her coffee, but I just can't see her doing this
You give a 3 year old a bunch of coffee every day and then one day withhold it and see what you are dangling from shortly after.
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Who, for those that don't know, took a bunch of his political enemies and became very good at "staking" them, which generally means taking a pointy stick, putting it, uh, where the sun don't shine and impaling the person out through the shoulder or mouth or whatever. They were very good at doing it where it wouldn't kill a person immediately but over a couple days. Thus, lawn decorations. Lawn decorations that turned the rampaging Ottoman (I think it was them, not the Turks) incursion into Europe who were coming to attack and saw this and decided this guy was just too crazy and turned around and went home.
it's where the phrase "butthurt" originated

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