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ku klux klub kard

supremacy store card
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if theres one thing that makes you feel morally superior its waiting in line of the automated chackout watchingfellow shoppers fumbling with annunciation of "unexpected items in the bagging area" and you think this verhappens to me. (it does) the Klub card gives you priority to demonstate your Supreme prowess. White sheets and burning crosses are optional. Non Brits: a club card is a loyalty card from major supermarket chain Tesco.
giligamesh, Dec 23 2008

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       sp. <sigh> Where to start?
coprocephalous, Dec 23 2008
  

       No...no I think you spelled sigh correctly, It's the punctuationthat is shakey.
blissmiss, Dec 23 2008
  

       Really? "chackout", "watchingfellow", "verhappens"?
(but yes, the punctuation's dodgy too)
coprocephalous, Dec 23 2008
  

       sp. shaky ....   

       I think we've hit a cross-oceanic cultural mismatch here... connotations of "Ku Klux Klan" in the USA are a bit, umm... long story short, don't post immediately after coming home from the local.   

       Not too many stores would accept a KKK card as proof of anything except ignorance (at the very least).
FlyingToaster, Dec 24 2008
  

       Is the K.K.K. more accepted in the other world parts? I've no reference point, and copro, I was just yanking your Christmas chord, so to spreak.
blissmiss, Dec 24 2008
  

       //sp. <sigh> Where to start?//
...how about in the fish department?
xandram, Dec 24 2008
  

       Ironically, even the username should probably have been 'Gilgamesh'.
victor, Dec 24 2008
  

       No freedom of expression should be abridged.
Voice, Dec 25 2008
  

       [boysparks] ah, i see, my mistake; very much a knee-jerk reaction on my part (and they don't even exist where I live, either, or at least not in that form; it's just spillover from the yanks south of the border)
FlyingToaster, Dec 26 2008
  

       Would it be useful for buying Marlborough cigarettes?
nineteenthly, Dec 26 2008
  

       As authorised by Sarah McPalin?
xenzag, Dec 26 2008
  

       [UB] the shopping list you've described is "redneck": neither parallel nor synonymous to the Klan.
FlyingToaster, Dec 26 2008
  

       Clearly i can't spell and LoNSDAle.
nineteenthly, Dec 27 2008
  

       Well [UB], I own, could see myself as owning, have received as presents, imbibed, or am qualified to operate... your entire list, but I still don't have any sheets with holes cut out of them.
FlyingToaster, Dec 27 2008
  

       The not so epic of [giligamesh].
wagster, Dec 27 2008
  

       //White sheets and burning crosses are optional.//

How about burning white sheets? Eat this bone.
thumbwax, Dec 28 2008
  

       Kostly kaustic kulture klashes kause konsiderable konsternation. Kountless kroissant kookers konsider killing koncept kreator.
Voice, Dec 29 2008
  

       kids borrowed them for halloween, thought they were going out as ghosts.... haven't seen them or the kids, since.
FlyingToaster, Dec 29 2008
  
      
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