In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Call me a weepy-eyed simp, but I believe that children are our future, if you define ‘future’ as ‘tiny personal slaves.’
- I'm not crazy about the 1978 ‘She's A Dog / I Can Change My Mind’ 45 that closes out this release, but you power pop simps may have some fun with it.
- Would we be people of action, stepping up in the moment when we are most needed, or would we be cowering simps, hiding until the worst of it is over?
- All right, so this is all old news for you power punk simps, but this is a bandwagon I'm ready to climb on.
- My problem should now seem evident to even the dimmest of simps.
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