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The drowning gnome/dwarf/kabouter

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Discussion' started by Wauspaus, Aug 14, 2017.

  1. Wauspaus

    Wauspaus Active Member

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    Hello all,

    Some exploration has been done and during this we came across a rock formation where Dylan explained that it looked like the formation was flipping people off. I disagree, I think it looks like a drowning gnome or dwarf, which ever you prefer. In Dutch we call it a Kabouter.
    Here is the original picture of the formation..... original.png

    Here is what I see in it (yes it is not 100% accurate but you get my point)
    drowningkabouter.png

    Have fun with it :)
     
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    Interesting theory. but I think it may actually be a subliminal brand deal:
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    Oh, "flipping off"... had to look that up, lol. I read it as "tipping off" at first. And I followed it (them)...

    Unfortunately I couldn't make it that night, but kept the record of the first gathering in the museum. I know they have something brewing, and it's not drowning dwarves. Intensifying search...
     
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    Rien Poortvliet would be proud.
     
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