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Jan 19, 2012
Dexter, those in Australia, England and etc would likely call it a pie-hole or cake-hole.
Nov 29, 2009
Hmm...I wonder if Dilbert was passing her a back-handed compliment by calling her mouth a 'donut' hole. I mean if he really wanted to be offensive he could have used harsher language. (BTW, American English saves a lot of electronic bytes as well - donut is a lot more concise than doughnut!)
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Nov 27, 2009
Wait and he will hit close to your life and be funny once more.
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Nov 27, 2009
Dilbert used to be funny. For the past few months it has barely raised the occasional smile. What's going on?
Nov 27, 2009
You have no idea how often I wanted to say that to my last boss. All she did was babble with 98% content-free speech. Thank you!
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