Discussion in 'Humor & Jokes' started by Onionsoilder, Apr 4, 2009.
Actually, we are using it as a noun.
It's a reference to Don Quixote. He battled windmills.
He was deluded and thought the windmills were evil beasts. He thought himself a gallant knight, and set forth to attack them. He failed miserablely.
Ah Cervantes, what a classic. BTW was the 1 be4 that a reference to GLADIS?
Especially not *****.
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Administration had censored it to stop links and reduce references to the site, because some of the content is pronographic.
A facepalm is always good.
That Mornington Cresent picture is awesome!
I found one.
Dude, that's the wrong Pope. The german guy is palpatine.
"This is not the pope you are looking for..."
What about Napolean?
It's a well known fake anyway.
Its not a fake. At least it used to be real. Not anymore. I remember searching that up. And if you do I'm Feeling Lucky, same thing comes up.
Napoleon was defeated eventually.
Separate names with a comma.