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    Ah, fair enough then!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisp Monster View Post
    You see - nothing can escape! The lord Humungus rules the wasteland!


    Totally off topic for a minute, but has anybody noticed that one of the biker punks in the picture above seems to be serving afternoon tea to the people strung up on the front of that vehicle?

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    Ha ha, that's true, or he's having a friendly conversation over a cup of tea. Or perhaps just letting them have an enticing sniff through their sacks.. a sort of English middle-class torture.

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    "Sniffing though sacks"?

    Now we're really lowering the tone.

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    I was wondering if that particular colloquial meaning of the word "sack" would take priority in that context ;)

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    An interesting juxtaposition of the suggestion of stimulation to the olfactory nerve and the concept of a hairy receptacle containing objects of a rotund persuasion. I simply couldn't restrain myself.

    Or something. huh huh, huhuhuh. That sucks

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