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Topic: So, Ballpit, what did we learn today?  (Read 22429 times)

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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #180
Sylvester the Cat's full name is Sylvester James Pussycat Sr.
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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #181
I have learned that bonesmashing is a thing where you do light smashes of your facial bones in an attempt to restructure it and also there is a forum called looksmaxxing.com and I do not wish to investigate this further, thank you.
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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #182
Mungo Jerry, the British band known for "In the Summertime", was named after a character from one of T. S. Elliot Jellicle Cat poems. Worth noting that this is all before Andrew Lloyd Webber further popularized them with his musical Cats
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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #183
Mungo Jerry, the British band known for "In the Summertime", was named after a character from one of T. S. Elliot Jellicle Cat poems. Worth noting that this is all before Andrew Lloyd Webber further popularized them with his musical Cats

Ah, so that explains the facial hair.

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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #184
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Naked figures with breasts and hollow backs might be related to elves (fairies).

In medieval folklore, elven women are connected to lakes, streams and bogs. They are beautiful but dangerous creatures. They can enchant people, and sexual intercourse with an elf leads to losing one's soul.

The elven woman Slattenlangpat (directly translates to 'saggy-long-tit') is described with her breasts hanging below her waist. Her long breasts symbolise fertility, and with them, she feeds her fish children by laying down on a rock or bridge by the river and tossing her tits out into the water.

Every night she is hunted and caught by the Nightrider, a figure with solid connotations to Odinn. Followed by dogs, he flies away with her splayed across his horse. The next night, she comes back to life, and the hunt starts over.

Thus a tiny elven woman in gold might have been a suitable sacrifice to Odinn, as this was what he put down on his nocturnal hunts.
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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #185
I learned that there's a person in English history called fucking Willikin. What a fake and cursed island.

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So, Ballpit, what did we learn today? #186
Technically a tombstone is a stele, it's a piece of stone that stands in the open and has writing on it, but we rarely think of them as such.
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