That was so funny! I think I will start adding it at the end of each paragraph of my papers (but just the ones I turn in to you). Just as an inside joke. ...Therefore Hemingway's use of the hills in this short story is an obvious symbol of his girlfriends pregnant body. Fuck you, clown.
Passer, deliciae meae puellae, quicum ludere, quem in sinu tenere,rusticum fuctutasOr something like that.
haha....And in the night,when the moon shines upon the darkness,illuminating the all but the dark corners of homes, automobiles, and rooms,nature whispers "Fuck you, clown"
I believe this probably had its origins in a story I was thinking of only the other day. I was told that it occurred in Minnesota (perhaps--it was a long time ago when I heard this), but it could have taken on urban legend status. At any rate, a kid was on one of those clown TV shows and he did something inappropriate, so the clown said to him, "That's a Bozo no-no!" And the kid said "Fuck you, clown!"
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