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Bushtit - Animal that lives in the Aussie bush. Will make pics of boobs with faces, will include black ones and ones with faces.
Brainwashing - The idea that washing your brain with soap and water will change your views - with refferences to scientology
Pound sign - Idea of the ancient art of pounding a sign with the head or fist.
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