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January 23, 2016


Drive-by yoghurt attack on crochet teacher's haberdashery leaves her shaken

(Thanks to Jerzy Gembura and Jeff Meyerson)


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I have no idea what a crochet is, or a haberdasher, but I support the attac. I think that XIX amendment to the Constitution explicitely forbids any crochetting and haberdashering on American soil. Would any of you admitt to your mom that you use services of some haberdasher?

Qaz - Sherborne is in Dorset, in England.

Just sayin'.

Hey, Harry Truman was a haberdasher and he became President.

Haberdashing is one of the Seven Deadly Sins.

Such an uncultured act.

Grandpa always said to wear a hat. IYKWIM.

There is no reason yoghurt (yog-hurt?) should be in civilian hands. At the very least, there should be a five day waiting period before you can buy it.

I saw Drive-By Yoghurt open for The Electric Prunes.

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