Dance On A Pole Doesn'T Make You A Hoe Jokes

They usually consist of two words, and are often hyphenated. For example, Old Norse poets might replace sverð, the regular word for sword, with a more abstract compound such as wound-hoe (Egill Skallagrímsson: Höfuðlausn 8), or a genitive phrase such as randa íss ice of shields (Einarr Skúlason: ‘Øxarflokkr’ 9). Musical accompaniment for the show’s theme song and perceived jokes from testifying witnesses is provided by William Hung And His Hung Jury. [Read More]