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    • Kojack and Charlie Chaplin 

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      • Mussolini was a much better dresser and it does prove that Hitler had only one left ball!

        • Hitler had only one left ball!

          Nah i swear i read that he had TWO left ones just like everyone else, Poppa

           

        • I believe Himmler had something similar,  but poor old Goebbels had no balls at all. My head hurts, fucking Lagavulin.

          • mmmmmm Lagavulin. Ain't nuthin' like a bit of smoke!!

            I had a fair crack at the 8 over Xmas. It's pretty solid stuff. I thought it was as good as the 16 (albeit rougher- how I like it) but I must admit I dont have the world's most knowledgeable palate..

            • Yeah it's  a top wee dram  laddie in any vintage. My problem is I tend to attack it with a savage ferocity.

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