User:Zheliel/The Great Battle of the Purple Coloured Guy Against the Pink Colourd Guy in Which Their Wives Had To Be Made To Serve Them Drinks To Stop The War Which In Fact Did Not Happen

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The Great Battle of the Purple Coloured Guy Against the Pink Colourd Guy in Which Their Wives Had To Be Made To Serve Them Drinks To Stop The War Which In Fact Did Not Happen, or rather, the TGBOTPCGATPCGIWTWHTBMTSTDTSTWWIFDNH, is a little known Asian fable. Malay archaeologist Mohammed Azri encountered the fable unexpectedly while allegedly "looking for ancient lollipops". The fable was scribbled onto a long wooden plank with dark red ink, later found to be blood. It is not known from where or from when the fable came from, as the Carbonite Sulphurate 6342e of the material was absent. Carbonite Sulphurate 6342e is an important requirement for discovering the age of a certain material.

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