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You may have heard of Muggery. Not to be confused with its close cousin, Buggery. Muggery pertains to being a Mugger. You can find many species of both Mugger and Bugger in any major market in the world, such as one Sir Charles Hopton XI. Although he takes no prisoners, he does take hostages, and lets them loose upon the Great Wall of Chinatown every third Wednesday. Charles is a prime example of a Mugger, that being a person who is not allowed on the annual barge to Griswold.
Did you know?[edit | edit source]
- Muggery is also a strange word. As is 'poppadom.'
- Muggery is also the act of spilling a hot beverage upon one's elf.
- Muggery is also the act of slipping in the shower, and trying desperately to grab hold of something, but it just doesn't work.
- Muggery is also a form of GBH (Good Boy Henry).
- Muggery is not to be confused with M.U.G.E.N.
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