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  •  The original source is usually NS4W so I've just linked the images here. This is from China:

     




  • Awesome tape. Gotta get me some of that.



  • As gravity, I find this offensive.

    No but seriously, how on Earth is that staying up? Is Dumbledore secretly living in China?



  • @curtmack said:

    No but seriously, how on Earth is that staying up?
     

    Note the rusty iron pins and pens.



  • @dhromed said:

    rusty iron pins and pens
     

    Did anyone else parse that as "rusty iron penis"...?

    Okay, just me then. Nevermind. As you all were.



  • @Cassidy said:

    @dhromed said:

    rusty iron pins and pens
     

    Did anyone else parse that as "rusty iron penis"...?

    Okay, just me then. Nevermind. As you all were.

    As someone with a rusty iron penis I find your comment highly offensive.

     



  • @El_Heffe said:

    @Cassidy said:

    @dhromed said:

    rusty iron pins and pens
     

    Did anyone else parse that as "rusty iron penis"...?

    Okay, just me then. Nevermind. As you all were.

    As someone with a rusty iron penis I find your comment highly offensive.
     

    As someone who gets offended when others are offended by others, I find your comment highly offensive.

     



  • @El_Heffe said:

    As someone with a rusty iron penis
     

    Who's? Dhromed's?



  • @El_Heffe said:

    @Cassidy said:

    @dhromed said:

    rusty iron pins and pens
     

    Did anyone else parse that as "rusty iron penis"...?

    Okay, just me then. Nevermind. As you all were.

    As someone with a rusty iron penis I find your comment highly offensive.

     

    Rusty Ironpenis was one of the most respected Native American running backs of the early 1950s.

     



  • @da Doctah said:

    Rusty Ironpenis was one of the most respected Native American running backs of the early 1950s.
     

    That's a mistake. Allow me to set the record straight.

    The tribe was originally called the Iron Cocks, which in time became a familiy last name as we white folk usually have them. At some point one of their sons was called Rusty.

    The myth began there.



  • @da Doctah said:

    @El_Heffe said:
    @Cassidy said:
    @dhromed said:
    rusty iron pins and pens
    Did anyone else parse that as "rusty iron penis"...?

    Okay, just me then. Nevermind. As you all were.

    As someone with a rusty iron penis I find your comment highly offensive.

     

    Rusty Ironpenis was one of the most respected Native American running backs of the early 1950s.

     

    No, he was actually a baseball player.  Here is one of his teammates:


     



  • @dhromed said:

    @da Doctah said:

    Rusty Ironpenis was one of the most respected Native American running backs of the early 1950s.
     

    That's a mistake. Allow me to set the record straight.

    The tribe was originally called the Iron Cocks, which in time became a familiy last name as we white folk usually have them. At some point one of their sons was called Rusty.

    The myth began there.

     

    Actual true story: Jay Silverheels, the full-breed Mohawk actor who played Tonto opposite Clayton Moore's Lone Ranger for many years, was born "Harry Smith".  He got his stage name because he had earlier been a fast lacrosse player.

     



  • Another actual true story: Iron Eyes Cody, the "Cherokee" actor famous for playing the "crying Indian" in the "Keep America Beautiful" ad campaign, and for playing Chief St Cloud in Ernest Goes to Camp, was born Espera de Corti.  Both his parents were born in. . . Sicily.  He kept insisting he was Native American until he died, even though his actual ancestry had been publicized several years before.

     



  • @DrBen said:

    Another actual true story: Iron Eyes Cody, the "Cherokee" actor famous for playing the "crying Indian" in the "Keep America Beautiful" ad campaign, and for playing Chief St Cloud in Ernest Goes to Camp, was born Espera de Corti.  Both his parents were born in. . . Sicily.  He kept insisting he was Native American until he died, even though his actual ancestry had been publicized several years before.

     

    This is why I litter.

    Also, I don't like people, and I want them to look at my garbage.


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