Boo’s F**king Water Bottle — A Historical Perspective

Usually Boo pays no attention to my blog, but by some miracle, she saw my last post “Where’s Boo’s F**king Water Bottle?” and she found a water bottle and brought it home!  I nearly fainted.

Anyway, she liked the post, and I had enough fun doctoring pictures that I decided to do a sequel focusing on the history of Boo’s f**king water bottle.  It turns out that Boo’s f**king water bottle has played an important role in some historical events.

Oh the tales Boo’s f**king water bottle could tell!

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It wasn’t an apple.  It was Boo’s f**king water bottle.

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Mystery of the Sphinx solved! It was a holder for Boo’s f**king water bottle.

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Boo’s f**king water bottle was a regular at orgies during the Roman Empire.

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99 f**king water bottles on the Great Wall.  99 f**king water bottles.  Take one down pass it around.  98 f**king water bottles on the Great Wall.

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We now know why the Mona Lisa was smiling.  She was well hydrated thanks to Boo’s f**king water bottle.

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Little known fact — Henry VIII and Boo’s f**king water bottle carried on a torrid affair until he lost the f**king water bottle.

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Originally the text read, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Boo’s f**king water bottle.”

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Boo’s f**king water bottle was a notorious suffragette who was arrested after she magnetized herself and stuck herself to the White House fence.

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Boo’s f**king water bottle killed Hitler!

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Boo’s f**king water bottle was spotted on the Grassy Knoll.  Just saying.

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F**k, Neil!  You left Boo’s f**king water bottle on the moon!  How are we gonna get it back now?

Let’s hope that this post prompts the return of another f**king water bottle.

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