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An unfortunate case of fasciolisphobia
Ziplocs have a more positive seal
And all the girlies say he's pretty wry for a pie guy
Murdoch's future wife?
An exorcist's brain never exercizes
Fake it 'til you don't make it
This bogan's medical qualifications are bogus
Thick, violent & sick
Go COVID-19, Go!
Making the 9-5 press conference a thing
Math is hard!
The solanum tuberosum of prey lies in wait
Even Hayden's not as crazy as George
Half of the recent ______ cockwomble news; mansplainer extraordinaire
Half of the recent ______ cockwomble news; "i'M aN eXpErT!"
This guy's larp is when he harps about carp
You bring the VPL, he'll bring the CCD
This rancid beef is sh!thouse
LOLz - more obscure than whatshisface
They thought he was their guy... pigs might fly
Cotton-eyed Jolene
"I'm not even allowed to the end of my hall in this lockdown!"
TAFKAFBL - The Anchor Formerly Known As Flapping Bin Lid
Certified dolt and promoter of the cult
Your conspiracy claims sure missed the mark, son
LOLz... Tucker Carlson and Alex Jones made a baby
Host: 'Virtue Signalling and Projection Tonight'
When you're the only one who thinks you're relevant
Oh what a brouhaha from this bruh
Just as dim, but infinitely more dangerous
This "mummy's" attitude ain't so yummy
By name... and now by nature
Influenzial AND selfish - yay for COVIDiots!
Their yelly attitude is smelly
Who needs a law qualification?!
Concealed Shares, Lad!
Palpatine was a lightweight
Foghorn
My Disco Blender Rules
LOLz... He said she saved Australia (that aged well)
Might take the vaccine if it's white
OfFiCiAl GoVeRnMeNt DaTa!
Balanced political analysis, harpooned
The angry white male got butthurt, cuz ... angry white male

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