Social Distancing

Geez Bagel Boss, tone it down a bit. With those stubby arms someone could still get close enough to give you Coronavirus and not get swung on.

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  1. Joe Schitte says:

    Doesn’t know how to spell. It should be “You’re too F N close”

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    • Freah says:

      And there’s something about that whole ‘F’n” thing, too.

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      • joe scheiss says:

        I’ll give him a break on that. Kids could see the shirt.

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    • XYZgirl says:

      No, the apostrophe stands in for the missing letters. So it would be f’g. But I agree with the poster below, the profanity is unnecessary.

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      • Frqara says:

        Which means that there is something wrong with the “f’n” thing, which could be “f’n’” — but, really — who cares if it says “fuckin’”? I mean, it’s only in reference to people getting sick and dying — which is obviously a lot less important than some words that the children may hear on television or from their parents, right?

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    • Bobby McBob says:

      There is the Union Jack on the wall, they use metric words over in the U.K. 😀

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  2. jj says:

    Low-life scum always have to use profanity in everyday conversation. God forbid it just say ‘you are too close’ because nobody would understand. Well, the low-life scum wouldn’t understand I guess. Just the other 99%.

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    • Scum says:

      Saying “fuck” everyday doesn’t make someone a low-life …

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      • Bobby McBob says:

        It sure fucking does.

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      • Miguel Morao says:

        Sorry but it does, it means you never had a decent set of parents and grand-parents able and willing to teach you proper manners.

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        • nano says:

          I don’t give a fuck if someone says fuck. There is more annoying shit someone can do that does show bad manners.

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  3. deeke says:

    I’d get close up on him on purpose. Besides, those neck rolls need some of my special icing.

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