Dostoevsky

This from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “The Gambler”:

There on the left, on the other half of the table, a young woman, by herself except for a dwarf, was conspicuous among the players. Who the dwarf was I don’t know: a relative, perhaps, or perhaps she simply brought him with her for effect.

HAHHAHAHA.  I guess for Russians bringing a dwarf with you is the equivalent of what fuzzy dice is for Mexicans! DKSJKJIEOJFSDLFJMSFJDKF!!!!

5 Responses to “Dostoevsky”

  1. Phelps says:

    Please don’t hang the dwarf from your car mirror.

    Also, dude, dwarf is not the preferred nomenclature. Little person, please.

  2. DGs World says:

    Dwarfs are cool. Plus, they look neat when they guard my garden.

    Wait a minute. Gnomes are cool. Dwarfs are just little.

  3. mexi says:

    Well I’m runnin’ down the road
    tryin’ to loosen my load
    I got seven midgets on my mind. . .

  4. DGs World says:

    Eh. Is it plural as in “dwarves”, like two scarfs = scarves? I guess it is, and I am losing my mind.

    OMG I have Windows 2000? WTF?

  5. Mexigogue says:

    I used to think it was “dwarves” but everywhere else I see it written as “dwarfs”. Whatever, those little motherfuckers.

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