Talk:Brothers of the Lantern

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Jokes explained

  • The Dulalian Empire alludes to the word "doolally", a borrowing from Hindi into British English meaning "crazy".
  • The names of the four classical subjects have a, hmm, significant acronym.
  • "Hong, hong" is a noise I frequently make when I wish to give expression to my emotions but don't have anything specific to say. I deformed it into two identically pronounced but differently spelled antonyms.
  • The heh-blammo balance refers to my (only partly tongue-in-cheek) campaign on #swhack against the use of "heh"; when I hear someone say it, I immediately retaliate with the (non-lethal) blammo-gun. Cf. the bonk-oif balance.
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