“Trump”, definition

In England, “trump” means the release of noxious gas
From somewhere unpleasant.

In America, the same.

 

#vote

 

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68 thoughts on ““Trump”, definition

  1. This is the best use of potty humor ever. “I had a rather nice, long Trump this morning” – love it! Ha. I’m going to be giggling about this all day now.

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  2. I must admit that I haven’t been sleeping much lately. I’ve been reading and reading stuff on the American election. Boy do I hope we don’t have a big fart at the head of that country come Wednesday morning!
    Ugh!
    Oh, by the way… Hope NaPoWriMo is going well. Sending hugs and positive thoughts.
    XO

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  3. In America, “to hillary” means about the same. Surprisingly, “to bernie” means to be paid well and live in several mansions at the time while advocating for the workers to pay for more free stuff to people who have not earned it

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