Man who run in front of car get
Man who run behind car get
Virginity like bubble, one prick,
Man with hand in pocket feel cocky
Man who walk through airport
turnstile sideways going to Bangkok.
Foolish man give wife grand piano,
wise man give wife upright organ.
Man with one chopstick go hungry.
Man who scratch ass should not bite
Man who eat many prunes get good run
Baseball is wrong: man with four
balls cannot walk.
War does not determine who is right,
war determine who is left.
Wife who put husband in doghouse
soon find him in cat house.
Panties not best thing on earth! But
next to best thing on earth.
Man who fight with wife all day get
no piece at night.
It take many nails to build crib,
but one screw to fill it.
Man who drive like hell, bound to
Man who stand on toilet is high on
Man who live in glass house should
change clothes in basement.
Man who fish in other man's well
often catch crabs.
Man who fart in church sit in own
Crowded elevator smell different
China's top family planning agency
has cracked down on crude and insensitive
slogans used by rural authorities to enforce
the country's strict population limits,
state media said recently.
such as 'Raise fewer
babies but more piggies,' and
'One more baby means
one more tomb,' have been forbidden
and a list of 190 acceptable slogans issued
by the National Population and Family
Planning Commission, the official Xinhua
News Agency reported.
Such slogans are often found painted on
roadside buildings in rural areas.
China's 28-year-old family planning policy
limits most urban couples to just one child
and allows some families in the countryside
to have a second child if their first is a
girl. Critics say it has led to forced
abortions, sterilizations and a dangerously
imbalanced sex ratio due to a traditional
preference for male heirs, which has
prompted countless families to abort female
fetuses in hopes of getting boys.
The Chinese government contends that the
one-child policy has helped prevent at least
300 million births — about the size of the
U.S. population — and aided China's recent,
rapid economic development.
Xinhua said slogans such as
"Houses toppled, cows
confiscated, if abortion demand rejected,"
threatened to undermine China's efforts to
keep the population under control.
Examples of authorized slogans include
"Mother earth is too
tired to sustain more children" and
"Both boys and girls
are parents' hearts," it said.
The commission said some slogans left the
impression that the government was
"simply forcing people
to give up having more babies, causing
misunderstanding (of) the policy and even
tarnishing the image of the government,"
As reported earlier this year, some dirtbag who got pulled over in a routine traffic stop in Florida ended up "executing" the
deputy who stopped him. The deputy was shot eight times,
including once behind his right ear at close range.
Another deputy was wounded and a police dog killed. A statewide manhunt ensued. The low-life was found hiding in a
wooded area with his gun. SWAT team officers fired and hit the guy 68 times.
Naturally, the media asked why they shot him 68 times. Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, told the Orlando Sentinel - "That's all the bullets we had."
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