just ask a jap – victory vitamin C

just ask a jap - victory vitamin C


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    Puulaahi
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    Mmmmmmmmm Grapefruit Juice.

    fortyseven
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    Just ask a yank what it feels like to be stuka dived by a german on meth

    gor
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    gor

    Not to many yanks felt what it was like to be stuka dived, because by the time the yank soldiers were on the ground in Europe the Vitimin “C” fortified yank pilots had pretty much shot those Nazi meth-heads from the skies.

    fortyseven
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    “yanks” was shorter to type than “tommies”

    i honestly didn’t think anyone around on MCS knew how to zip up their fly without their cock getting stuck — let alone knowing about anything after Normandy/Omaha beach

    gor
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    gor

    The fly problem is due to the lack of adequate room in the crotch, but I know what you mean.
    Instead of “tommies” though, I would have went with “lemmies”, since we seem to be going with non-politically correct terms.

    fortyseven
    Member

    i had to resort to a coin toss to decide whether or not to use “kraut” or “german”

    Cy85
    Member

    Whatever’s more archaic. It’s funnier.

    conan776
    Member

    in b4 racist ban

    Sticky
    Member

    Have you even SEEN Kommisar’s comments?

    bigsdiddy
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    bigsdiddy

    Our secret is revealed! We are doomed!

    mikoyangurevich15
    Member

    Yeah,vitamin C makes me want to kill,too.

    Destrucctaur
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    Destrucctaur

    These soldiers are double agents. They are clearly shooting grapefruit juice over to the Japanese side.

    WistfulD
    Member

    Sounds ridiculous now, but lots of stuff got marketed this way. At least with the naval history of scurvy, this one had a semi-legitimate claim to being (one of) many naval technologies of the 20th century that improved the lives, survival, and combat readiness of our troops.



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