Communism: the forefather of the LGBTQ movement
More than comrades?
@M0RT0S, True comrades
@M0RT0S, rom-coms. Romantic communists
"Met in a metallurgical?"
@Branth, metallurigical is essentially a fancy way of describing a place which specializes in metals or metallurgy.
@airguitarpro, in essence it should only cover foundries, casting and forging houses
@airguitarpro, but people can't meet in an adjective. Metallurgical is an adjective as far as I'm aware. Like, you can have a metallurgical factory, or even metallurgical context, but you can't have just a metallurgical. That's like having a friendly, or a difficult, or any other word that describes a noun, only without the noun it is describing, so it effectively becomes nonsense.
@Doctor Yak, A metallurgical is indeed a noun as well, although it is quite rare. For example there is Anderson Metallurgical. I think it is quite an outdated term though, because I very rarely hear it, and if I do, it usually is in form of an adjective.
@airguitarpro, so, I tried really hard to give you the benefit of the doubt, but I cannot for the life of me find anything about metallurgical being a noun. In that Anderson Metallurgical example it's part of the name of a company, but as far as I'm concerned that's irrelevant because you don't even need to use real words to name a company, and also in that context it likely implies a noun such as "business" or "industry" or "services" or something to come afterward, so the metallurgical is still being used as an adjective.
No homo tho
@Fes, Ah burn.
This is the communist dream they really hoped for
Why is the Chinese guy german?
@Donald Drumpf, if I’m not mistaken it is a Chinese and soviet.
@Ewok612, doesn't look it
Always two there are, a hammer and a sickle, no more, no less.
Was that not the objective?