"That's sweet, Ted, but did you really have to draw it with human blood?"
Early Eskimo text messaging. This particular cartouche reads: "I shot you through the heart, and you will now die a slow, numbing death." The good-luck horseshoe symbol was probably added at a later date by Eskimos who had been exposed to Western culture, as early Eskimos were unfamiliar with horses.(Damn you, Fred, you took the cap I was going to use originally and made me think up that ridiculous one!)
At least it isn't yellow . . .
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