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Username: Schakspir

Post Number: 964
Registered: 12-2005

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Posted on Wednesday, April 11, 2007 - 11:17 am:   


The word "whore" is an ancient Germanic word. Elizabethan writers were using the word. There is a German equivalent, "hure." The Old and Middle English for "whore" is "hore". (Old and Middle English were used between 700 and 1450 a.d., long before "rappers".)

"Nappy" is descended from the word "nap," meaning(in the dictionary)the short, fuzzy ends of fibers on the surface of cloth drawn up in napping. Root words: Middle English noppe, Old English -hnoppa (in wullcnoppa, mistake for wullhnoppa, tuft of wool).

Stop bullshitting, you white f/uck.

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