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May 30, 2012
That's "backside", SP.

Back means back.
 
 
Dec 13, 2010
@GalaxySpinner: FYI, "back" in British English, is "butt" in American English...
 
 
Nov 5, 2010
@StopPidgeons: Seeing as how the Boss identifies the area in question as his back, that seems like a bit too much of a contrivance for a fairly weak double-entendre.
 
 
Nov 3, 2010
Am I the only one who caught the -potentially- double-meaning of... "in-there"?
 
 
Nov 1, 2010
Now, wallies, the PHB hand on far side of cup and Catbert arms together make each frame different! Maybe PHB is French? Does that explain anything?
 
 
 
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