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“Feel better Jen! and who wouldn't want a phalic 4th cake? doesn't it just scream America?”
“Scott it already looks phalic (the ehem … shroom) Why did you fuzz out the er … fuzz?”
“Furthermore the tower of mordor is clearly a phalic symbol.”
“Thanks CBS. link It was obscene to show Prince, a HOMOSEXUAL person through a sheet, as to show his siluette while his guitar showed a very phalic symbol coming from his below-midriff section.”
“I'm not really into the phalic symbology, unless she's been impregnated with the next evil overlord that's going to try to take over the world kind of a goth Rosemary's Baby thing.”
“Of course all events will have sodas and non-phalic hot dogs.”
“If jason is so obsessed with wagging phalic symbols, I suggest that he give in to his “natural urges” and be the “girlie man” that mother nature intented.”
“I like that the first paper to bear my name is vaguely phalic”
“Then placing one stick on the ground before me, they said, "This one is a head which, being affected by dreams of a deceased relative, requires relief"; the second symbolised the king's desire for the accomplishment of a phenomenon to which the old phalic worship was devoted; "and this third one," they said, "is a sign that the king wants a charm to keep all his subjects in awe of him.”
“There won't be any apologies coming from the phalic one but there are many opportunities to show the american people that the GOP push fear and don't have any ideas to move this country forward.”
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