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The Last Stand of the Templars Against the Mamelukes by friendshipistragic in Crusades

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https://hooktube.com/watch?v=smJCPM9U5nw :

The Last Stand of the Templars Against the Mamelukes - YouTube


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friendshipistragic removed 10 months ago on 1/18/2018 5:58:01 AM

"K"

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Antioch1098 removed 1.1 years ago on 9/16/2017 11:55:43 PM

"Suck eggs"

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Antioch1098 removed 1.1 years ago on 9/16/2017 11:22:02 PM

"Fuck off"

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Antioch1098 removed 1.1 years ago on 9/16/2017 11:21:48 PM

"Fuck you bot"

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[–]foknazzis 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Yup, fuck all religions and in this order. Muslims, Jews, then Christians. Fuck em all.

Antioch1098 removed 1.1 years ago on 9/16/2017 11:21:17 PM

"Wears pink toe socks"

Fighting the degenerates together by Hey_Sunshine in Crusades

[–]greycloud 2 points -2 points (+0|-2) ago

mary gave birth to jesus at the age of 13. the old pagans married at first blood. degeneracy is waiting past the age of 23 to get married and have children. don't fool yourself, most of you are in the group of degenerates.

Antioch1098 removed 1.1 years ago on 9/16/2017 3:55:08 PM

"Insulting the Holy Virgin"

Only battle hardened warriors get it by SeanBox in Crusades

[–]clamhurt_legbeard 2 points 1 points (+3|-2) ago

I'm going to leave this here, because at least one person reading these comments won't know it's actually spelled mettle:

Word History: Not only do metal and mettle have exactly the same pronunciation, the two termsare—etymologically, at least—exactly the same word. Middle English borrowed metal from OldFrench in the 1200s; Old French metal, metail, came from Latin metallum, from Greek metallon,"mine, quarry, ore, metal." By the 1500s, English metal had also come to mean "the stuff one ismade of, one's character," but there was no difference in spelling between the literal andfigurative senses until about 1700, when the spelling mettle, originally just a variant of metal,was fixed for the sense "strength of character." English has numerous examples of similar wordpairs that are (historically speaking) spelling variants of the same word, including flour/flower andlightening/lightning.

Antioch1098 removed 1.2 years ago on 8/23/2017 9:17:31 PM

"Commenter is obviously a hummus eating desert dog"