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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Thursday November 17, 2005
06:16 PM

Two disgusting carbon-based life beings walk into a bar...

[ #27621 ]
Dear Log,

«He told a joke about Celts: "A Celt is someone who, working in a field on his own, falls out with himself."»

That's not a joke about Celts, it's a joke about HYOOMONS.

To paraphrase Patton Oswalt: It's like he's a Martian telling racist jokes about humans. Filthy humanist!