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July 21, 2021

OUR HEART ACHES FOR HIM

Man ‘stuck’ with 10,000 #FreeBrittany t-shirts after trying to make money from Britney Spears case

(Thanks to Dave N.)

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Oops!... I did it again

Why can't peeple spel ?

M-I-C!, K-E-Y!, M-O-U-S-E! Who knew?

I bet the rest of France is on Super Highest Alert.

An unreliable source claims the mayor of FreeBrittany sent a delegation to the UK supplier who offered to sell them the T-shirts, with orders to fart in the company's general direction.

I didn't know Britney didn't cost anything.

"I'd been interested in doing something to help fight the cause..." Yeah, like profit from it. Serves this idiot right. Besides misspelling her name, he also doesn't know how to properly use apostrophe's.


Britney could perform a benefit concert for him.

Where is He now?

Off topic:
The surname Barry has numerous origins.
In some cases it is an Anglicised form of the Irish Ó Beargha, meaning "descendant of Beargh". The byname Beargh means "plunderer" or "spear-like". In other cases Barry is an Anglicisation of the Irish Ó Báire, meaning "descendant of Báire".[4] In other cases Barry is a patronymic form of the personal name Henry.[2] In such cases, the name is partly derived from the Welsh ap Harry, as is the case of the similar surname Parry.[12] In other cases, the surname Barry is derived from a place name, sometimes seemingly of Continental origin,[13] and sometimes derived from a British place name, such as Barry, Angus in Scotland.[14]
The surname Barry, when born in Ireland, is chiefly derived from the name borne by the Norman de Barry family.[15] In Irish, this family's name is rendered de Barra. In Ireland, the surname Barry is most common in Munster and south Leinster. The concentrations of the surname in County Limerick could correspond with the Ó Beargha origin of the name, while the concentration of the surname in West Cork could correspond with the Ó Báire origin.[16]
There is a surname Barry, variant form of the rarer Barri, typical of the south of France, that means "rampart, city wall" and by extension "suburb", that is to say somebody from the suburb or living near the rampart. Variant forms Delbarry and Dubarry.[

I'm waiting for a photo of Bigfoot wearing a #FreeBrittany t-shirt.

If Brittany goes independent, can Scotland be far behind?

I always thought Brittany was freed as part of the D-day invasion.

I wonder if he'll take sweaty cash?

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