In 1932, the Australian Army went to
war against emus that were destroying
farmland. The Army lost.
@snaaake, ooo that’s interesting...
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@snaaake, huh? That's cool,
*sigh* fückin stuckpixal
@Pinksock, what a weird comment thread...
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Ah logic has been restored to this thread.
I better comment!
@snaaake, that's nice and random.
@snaaake, well played
@snaaake, Id: 343329 for anyone curious about the joke
Your baby's dad's name
@The Puppet Man, VEGETAL
I’ll let myself out
The word sincere comes from the latin sin (without) and cere (wax)
Kangaroos cannot walk backward; and is why they are the symbol used by the Australian Army
*the English alphabet
Where is v
@The great bacon, ok so where's the G
@Tis but a scratch, I feel like you're trolling because no way anybody is that dumb lol
@The great bacon, my bad I just realised where it is as I posted my comment lol
@Ze Grammar Nazi, it's in brown
@Fruit Punch Samurai, I feel like crawling under a rock...
@Ze Grammar Nazi, it's okay man I had trouble finding v
@Fruit Punch Samurai, it's ok, I can't find the M or the P either
@kaze, both in "jumps"
@Fruit Punch Samurai, have an up vote for helping me out, I knew they had to be there somewhere
Ha I know that girl
She looks like one of them fancy new sex dollies
Look up the phrase in quotes on youtube... be entertained
I once open mouth kissed a horse
Usnavi had sex with Yolanda
“Pack my case with five dozen liquor jugs” is the shortest known sentence to contain all the letters of the alphabet
Edit: it’s been a while:
Pack my box with five dozen liquor jugs
@Captain Anderson, B? H? X?
@bennihana121, ok, it’s been a while, I’ll find the correct one