“Step on a crack break your mama’s back, jump in a ditch and your dad’s a bitch.”
@MetalHeadTony, *sniffles* yes...
The blood of the covenant one... Yeah, that's wrong...
@RogueKnight, It's being blatantly misinterpreted, but sayings do evolve.
@RogueKnight, well do enlighten us
@RogueKnight, The quote comes from: “The blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb.” This actually means that blood shed in battle bonds soldiers more strongly than simple genetics. ——according to a quick google search
@Cyb3r, Leslie did.
@Leslie Knope 2020, which is still very close to what was said in this post, and rather different than what the cut down version means.
@Marida Cruz, yes. That is why I replied to this comment with what I found.
@Leslie Knope 2020, i did a little digging and I’m not sure on that either, while there was an American officer who said this in the 18th century there’s also uses of it in 12 century German lit but also the phrase being used in this way it’s actually fairly recent so... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Illuminati keeping us down
We’re all Ben Stiller’s boss from Night at the Museum
I need more, I need so many more
@Steve Gooliger, My favorite is John Lennon: "You may say im a dreamer, but I'm not."
In actuality it ends with "I'm not the only one"
Be careful what you wish for.
"You ever wonder what it would be like drinking beer on that side of the road?"
"Curiosity killed the cat, Dale"