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BeIthagor

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#1 6 months ago

 

The moral: This is what happens when cows like us don't stick together, or whatever the quote from some old but good website was.





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#2 6 months ago

I am very confused right now


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#3 6 months ago

do you know the song meaning?




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#4 6 months ago

no


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#5 6 months ago

it is about milking a cow but it had no milk


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#6 6 months ago

IDK IM SO CONFUSED OfotqJPPFwoUBFrpUPeUHOiiyBQkZGWNhvNtMfVp.gif@FileTrekker  send help pls


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#7 6 months ago

In England, milk was delivered to the door in glass bottles and there was usually a regular order (Two pints please). The empty bottles were rinsed and left on the doorstep for the milkman to pick up with the next delivery. It wasn't unusual to leave a note in the top of a bottle for any variation ("one extra pint, please, we have company" or "No milk for the next week, we are away").


"No milk today" was the most common, usually because for some reason the previous day's hadn't been used. Of course this matches in with the general thrust of the song. Only one person is living there now, the other has left, so not so much milk is being used, hence "No milk today, it seems a common sight But people passing by don't know the reason why"


And in case you're wondering, "just two up, two down" describes a small english terraced house with two main rooms on the ground floor and two bedrooms above. I was brought up in a 'three up, two down' terraced house.


So, the final meaning is that a couple were living together in a small, very working-class house, but their love made it a palace. But now she has left him and he is alone with only his memories.


TDLR; The original meaning is nice but this post was supposed to be more of a greeting card type of thing.




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#8 6 months ago

The fuck...




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#9 6 months ago
Posted by Mr. Matt

The fuck...

Been asking myself that question for years.


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#10 6 months ago
Posted by Mr. Matt

The fuck...

Best post 2018.


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