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Baron Rinehold Tredmore wrote:Yes it's been often said that gratuitus gnutrinos would be the downfall of civilization as we gnu it.......
The end of the world as we gnu it?
I think there's a Gentleman's Challenge about that..
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*Twitch* I gnu I shouldn't have drank so much of that... stuff. (Calling it tea seems a stretch, this is more like the mutant zombified version of tea. Red bull has nothing on the caffiene in lipton steeped from more than 12 hours.)
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Actually, in another Age of the World, the Gnúmenóreans developed this method. It fell out of the knowledge of Men, though for many long years the line of the Kings in the North held by it. Finally, it was only retained as a sort of funny local custom by the Halflings of the Shire - it was unknown in Bree, or any other lands, until after the War of the Ring.
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