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I don’t think they had recurved bows back in those days.
“Spam, wonderful Spam!” Monty Python continued.
At least with that spam you get a couple of arrows you can shoot!
I usually just hang up on the sales calls and scam calls. Monday, though, when a really nasty-sounding person called and asked to speak to me (after a recording beep at the start of a call), I just answered with “no, you may not” in a pleasant voice and hung up.
In real life. Does anyone know if Hormel has commented on the use of its brand name this way?
But I don’t like spam.
I remember the good old days, when “spam” was what was sent TO an offending advertiser, in bulk and from thousands of people. The idea was to stuff their in-boxes and email servers hoping to disable their operation. It’s ironic how the meaning got reversed, and quickly.
And real men wear tights…
Leotard not born yet:: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leotard
Maid Marian isn’t mentioned in the oldest Robin Hood legends, causing speculation that Robin and his Merry Men really were faygeles.
But where does he get his hats?
spam spam spam spam with spam
yes i like some spam in a can
SPAM?..None for me thanks I’d rather have the Nottingham
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Tele-a-marketers stopped calling me. I would mess with them. Made them mad as a wet hornet. I would let them go on for about 5 or even 10 minutes before saying no. I had one get mad and say" You are just wasting my time!" to which I said “Now you know how it feels to be on this end of the phone” and hung up
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