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Big Deformed Head

Birth defects caused by agent orange.

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by thatdude420

submitted November 18th 2013

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Big Deformed Head
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He's got the face of a roasted peanut
4 years ago
You eat weird looking peanuts..
4 years ago
http://imgur.com/xiVhBmS
4 years ago
It's the Vietnamese Rocky Dennis
4 years ago
These things are good: ice cream and cake, a ride on a Harley, seeing monkeys in the trees, the rain on my tongue, and the sun shining on my face. These things are a drag: dust in my hair, holes in my shoes, no money in my pocket, and the sun shining on my face.
4 years ago
what?
4 years ago
Zeke, It's a poem Rocky Dennis wrote.
4 years ago
shitty "poem"
4 years ago
HAHA...you beat me to the RD poem you fucker!
4 years ago
Where's Cher ?
4 years ago
ok itake itback
4 years ago
i bet's he's beautiful on the inside
4 years ago
If that is true than someone needs to flip his ugly ass inside out.
4 years ago
because you're the whole package....
4 years ago
also then...
4 years ago
Don't talk to bongwater like that zeke. Say sorry.
4 years ago
I was just white-knighting the vietnamese Rocky Dennis
4 years ago
HE'S NOT HERE TO DEFEND HIMSELF ASSHOLE
4 years ago
Looking at that smile on his face i don't think he cares what others think of him.
4 years ago
words hurt too......words hurt too
4 years ago
And the Americans still lost ....
4 years ago
How"s that empire comin' along?
4 years ago
I forget the name of the battle between England and Germany where the brits left ALL of their Shermans behind...all their weapons....all their equipment.....just got the fuck out
4 years ago
...or w/e tanks they had
4 years ago
I know the name of that Battle Zeke ( sorry to interpost) It was called "Typical of the British"..
4 years ago
The Battle of Dunkirk.
4 years ago
Just as bad as the French, only more arrogant..
4 years ago
no there was a battle early in WWII where thwy just embarrassed themselves
4 years ago
yeah dunkirk sounds right
4 years ago
Hitler was even nice enough to issue a Halt Order, so the British could evacuate. Haha.
4 years ago
This article is about the World War II battle in 1940. For details about the major evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk, see Dunkirk evacuation. For the other battles of the same name, see Battle of Dunkirk (disambiguation).
Battle of Dunkirk
Part of The Second World War
Dunkirksoldier1.JPG
A British soldier on Dunkirk's beaches fires at strafing German aircraft.[1]
Date 26 May – 4 June 1940
Location Dunkirk, France
Result Allied Evacuation
Belligerents
United Kingdom
France France
Belgium Germany
Commanders and leaders
United Kingdom Lord Gort
France Maxime Weygand
France Georges Blanchard
France René Prioux Nazi Germany Gerd von Rundstedt
Nazi Germany Ewald von Kleist (Panzergruppe von Kleist)
Strength
approx. 400,000
338,226 evacuated[2] approx. 800,000
Casualties and losses
11,000 dead
40,000 captured
50,000 vehicles (including tanks)
9 destroyers
200 marine vessels
177 aircraft 20,000–30,000 dead and wounded
100 tanks
240 aircraft
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Western Front

The Battle of Dunkirk was an important battle in the Second World War between the Allies and Germany. As part of the Battle of France on the Western Front, the Battle of Dunkirk was the defence and evacuation of British and allied forces in Europe from 26 May to 4 June 1940.

After the Phoney War, the Battle of France began in earnest on 10 May 1940. To the east, the German Army Group B had invaded the Netherlands and advanced westward. In response, the Supreme Allied Commander—French General Maurice Gamelin—initiated "Plan D" and invaded Belgium to engage the Germans in the Netherlands. The plan relied heavily on the Maginot Line fortifications along the German-French border, but the Germans had already crossed through most of Holland before the French forces arrived. Thus, Gamelin committed the forces under his command, three mechanised armies, the French First and Seventh and the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) to the River Dyle. On 14 May, German Army Group A burst through the Ardennes and advanced rapidly to the west toward Sedan, then turned northward to the English Channel, in what Generalfeldmarschall Erich von Manstein called the "Sickle Cut" (known as "Plan Yellow" or the Manstein Plan), effectively flanking the Allied forces.[3]

A series of Allied counter-attacks—including the Battle of Arras—failed to sever the German spearhead, which reached the coast on 20 May, separating the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) near Armentières, the French 1st Army, and the Belgian Army further to the north from the majority of French troops south of the German penetration. After reaching the Channel, the Germans swung north along the coast, threatening to capture the ports and trap the British and French forces before they could evacuate to Britain.

In one of the most widely-debated decisions of the war, the Germans halted their advance on Dunkirk. Contrary to popular belief, what became known as "the Halt Order" did not originate with Adolf Hitler. Gerd von Rundstedt and Günther von Kluge suggested that the German forces around the Dunkirk pocket should cease their advance on the port and consolidate, to avoid an Allied break. Hitler sanctioned the order on 24 May with the support of the Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (OKW). The army were to halt for three days, giving the Allies time to organise an evacuation and build a defensive line. Despite the Allies' gloomy estimates of the situation, with Britain discussing a conditional surrender to Germany, in the end over 330,000 Allied troops were rescued.[4]
4 years ago
well that was unnecessary
4 years ago
point taken..
4 years ago
when i saw the title of this i was like 'oh zeke managed to post a nakkie'
4 years ago
good one
4 years ago
it wasnt a joke
4 years ago
Maybe it's just a small hat.
4 years ago
Smerf?
4 years ago
^AW
4 years ago
Fake, no white hat.
4 years ago
ouchie
4 years ago
I just want to boop its nose
4 years ago
Pinch it's cheeks?
4 years ago
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