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Read the first three or four pages of this pleading to get a whiff of a hysterical new lawsuit. My favorite line:
The phrase “pull my finger,” and derivations thereof, are generally known and widely understood in American society to be a joke or prank regarding flatulence. The prank begins when the prankster senses the deep stirrings of flatulence. The prankster then requests that an unsuspecting person “pull [his or her] finger.” The prankster extends his index finger to the victim. As the victim pulls the prankster’s finger his flatulence erupts so as to suggest a causal relationship between the pulling of the finger and the subsequent expulsion of gas. In other words, the phrase “pull my finger” is understood to be a description of the act of passing gas.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn about economics by listening to rap, then you are in luck. You can now listen to “Demand, Supply” by Rhythm, Rhyme, Results: a very catch rap about a very interesting subject. On an awesomeness scale from one to ten, this is clearly an eleven.
From: Greg Mankiw’s Blog.