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hpr3984 :: Whoppers. How Archer72 and I made moonshine. Volume one.

Sgoti assists Archer72 with his crazy plan to make moonshine.

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Whoppers, Moonshine, Archer72. 1.

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Duration: 00:28:50


What is a whopper?
an extravagant or monstrous lie
a big lie

A work of Fiction is any creative work, chiefly any narrative work, portraying individuals, events, or places that are imaginary or in ways that are imaginary.

  • Source: Moonshine is high-proof liquor, generally whiskey, traditionally made, or at least distributed, illegally.
  • Supporting Source: busthead (bust-head). noun. Cheap, strong liquor, usually of the illegal variety. Moonshine. Hooch. Poteen. Pop-skull. Bumblings. The origin is obvious to anyone who’s hit the busthead a little hard themselves.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE), commonly referred to as the ATF, is a domestic law enforcement agency within the United States Department of Justice.


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Comment #1 posted on 2023-11-09 15:21:35 by Trey

Really? You are sharing this with the world?

Dude! I thought we were keeping this on the down low? And you are naming names? Now I need to contact witness protection AGAIN! SMH...

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