Filling void with an empty filler

Since there can’t be an empty void it must be the filler that’s empty.
Can an empty filler fill anything?
If so does an empty filler replace a void with emptiness?
Is emptiness a little less empty than a void?
Just some questions to ponder and a good excuse for having yet another drink.

Cheers!

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27 thoughts on “Filling void with an empty filler

  1. Johno

    Are you going to make that a Slivovitz, Unfuck? What other brandies are tasty for female type people?

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    1. Unfuck U

      johno: are you female or just female type.
      Just asking.
      Slivovitz: not a chance.
      When I was about thirty years younger a colleague brought me a huge bottle of that stuff. Traditionally made, buried in his home turf for a couple of years.
      It looked and tasted so awesome I trank way too much of it.
      When I managed to wake up the next morning I couldn’t leave my room because my head was far too swollen to pass through the door frame – never ever had such a terrible hangover.
      So no Slivovitz.

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  2. ᛋᛠᛉ

    McDonald’s is empty calories, and is cut with ‘pink slime’ as a nutritionally empty filler for bad meat. If one eats McDonald’s, do they actually gain weight, or is the diabetes imaginary??

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      1. ᛋᛠᛉ

        I’m proud to count the first English settlers to the New World among my ancestors. My family has been here since the 1630s.

        It’s infuriating to look around and see how badly America has been ruined. For the sake of filler.

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  3. Johno

    I was asking after brandies as a GLO, figured that you’d know. Johno is the moaning whinger formerly known as Aussie John.

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      1. Johno

        Guaranteed Leg-Opener, gee Unfuck, I thought that was something you’d recognise! Wolf Blass used to have GLO moulded on the bottoms of his wine bottles, but when the PC brigade twigged to the meaning, they began a campaign to make him remove it.

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      2. Deathray

        Pay him no mind Un.
        That’s Mexican John,
        The notorious cousin of Pancho Taco.
        Oh,yeah
        They drink really bad tequila.

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  4. Johno

    An Englishman, and parts thereof: you left out the Franks. Those Vichy bastards, your forebears would’ve needed experience shooting running rabbits to get a good score back in 1940, Unfuck. I used to own a Mas 36 rifle, of all milsurps available to collectors/hunters, they were generally in good nick, because after issue they were only dropped the once.

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    1. Unfuck U

      A FAMAS???
      Geez-us!
      What a crappy rifle to shoot with!
      At least the modern version used by the French nowadays.
      I consider myself a passable shot but with that godforsaken excuse for a rifle I wasn’t even sure how to aim – let alone hit anything!

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  5. Johno

    Not the ‘le bugle’ bullpup, the older 7.5 x 54mm calibre bolt-action short rifle, that the Frogs later adapted into their FR-1 & FR-2 sniper rifles. Did you ever get a good tune played out of that FAMAS shortie? Regarding leg-openers, a married man like you shouldn’t need worry about this sort of thing, isn’t that why blokes get married, to have it on tap? Asking because I’m a single* bloke, therefore unenlightened. *Just goes to show not all women are that dumb!

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    1. Unfuck U

      Ah THAT rifle!
      Yes I saw it once but never carried let alone shot with it.
      I think there’s an episode on “Forgotten Weapons” about it. Pretty accurate. They showed the Viet Cong in Dien Bien Phu what snipers can do with it. Didn’t help them a lot though.
      I leave the rest of your musings up to your own imagination, pal.

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  6. Johno

    Unfuck, pay no mind to Deathray’s rambling about Mexicans. I think he ate a bad taco once when he was snowed-in with Cederq in The Mountain Lair. Phew, imagine the fumes emanating from that cabin, I bet the grizzlies all moved upwind!

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    1. Deathray

      If you ever find a way to escape your prison camp you’re invited to swing by.

      I’m sure the squatches that roam around here will certainly find you entertaining.

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      1. Johno

        Deathray, exactly what is the difference between a bigfoot and a sasquatch? Are they cousins to the Tibetan Yeti or an Australian Yowie, or what? Thanks for the invite, don’t think I’m going anywhere though, too crook and too skint. Watch out for those crook tacos.

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  7. Deathray

    I’m thinking they’re all in the same family.
    This bunch around here are rather rambunctious.
    Now that we’re getting back into the dark season and the aurora will become visible,
    that will really set them off. At times they can make quite the mess.
    I don’t seem to have as many issues as some though.
    I believe that it’s because of my dog. She’s a filthy hairy beast just like them so, I think they feel a kinship.

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      1. Cederq

        You can be mesmerized by them Un. Living in South Dakota and Northern Washington State you could see them often, not as much as Death, but he is much farther north.

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