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Egyptian legal agreements from the 23rd Dynasty (749-21 B. E.) frequently include the phrase, "If you do not obey this decree, may a donkey copulate with you! originally meant "have sex on horseback" and is first attested c.1800 in broadside ballad "New Feats of Horsemanship." For the unkillable urban legend that this word is an acronym of some sort (a fiction traceable on the Internet to 1995 but probably predating that) see here, and also here.

The messages are disturbing, and you may not come out the other end being the same person that you were before clicking on this article. If you also have fantasies about having an active sex life with #Pennywise, or just want to see him in action as he terrorizes the kids of a town, It is currently in theaters.

If you don't care about that, then please, dive into this vast sea of creepiness: Hey, if you're in a relationship with a demonic clown, why not step it up a bit and add some cannibalism to your sex life? If you've ever wanted to have intercourse with It in the sewers, don't be ashamed, because you aren't alone: Holy Mother of Jesus.

I apologize for saying 'fuck.'"Then he straightened and addressed Doug.Believe it or not, there are people fantasizing a life with the multi-faceted demonic creature.This isn't a niche group of a couple of individuals, though.There was some doubt surrounding It prior to its release.The Dark Tower, another Stephen King adaptation, had failed to grab worldwide audiences just a month before, and horror movies tend to be hit-and-miss. It's broken its fair share of box office records and has become a fan-favorite horror tale.However, the word still retains its shock value, although it is less now than it was when the critic Kenneth Tynan caused controversy by saying it on British television in 1965 Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. 1979, 1986 © Harper Collins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 Cite This Source until recently a difficult word to trace, in part because it was taboo to the editors of the original OED when the "F" volume was compiled, 1893-97. OED 2nd edition cites 1503, in the form is pseudo-Latin, and in the original it is written in cipher.

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