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Face/Off

A collection of lines created out of living human faces, and further distilled with idioms about those faces

Just as in one of the idioms, arse about face, which in my native tongue refers to mai in the thoon, the meaning of an idiom depends on a group of words that constitute it rather than its individual words. Alternatively, the lines are a product of the whole and imply little sense in each part. This is another proof that revolution is the solution and that the liberals plus the gentlemen and ladies overwhelmed with political correctness are a geometrical pain in the arse.











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