North Korea's need to be more of a floozy

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  1. bobbymcgill
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    North Korea has cut the military hot line to the South. The love line as it were --eliminating all formal ties between the two secretly smitten nations. I suppose dating is out of the question now. And so much for those late night text messages before bed.

    Oh well, I guess the world has had enough of this anyway: *^^* ♡ *^^*

    For North Korea, a country so desperately in need of a suitor since relations with China cooled, you would think it would be giving its phone number out to everyone. Short skirts, exposed bust line, open borders --as slutty as nationly possible.

    That the North would be so cold to its most obvious match shows the deeply irrational nature of Kim Jong-il. Didn't his father explain about the birds and the bees and the nuances of romance? Maybe he did, but young Jong-il was too fixated with the giant growth lurking on the back of his father's neck that he refused to have removed.

    Alas, the past is the past. It is time to take a step forward and make that so desperately needed booty call. What more could the North ask for in a lover? Same language, same culture, a shared history. Golden.

    I guess being the only country in the world without the Internet is starting to take its toll. No Dr. Phil or Dear Abby for relationship advice. Perhaps one of the DVD's in last month's diplomatic pouch was, "He's Just Not That Into You." It's just a movie, Jong-il. Come on, give love a chance.

    South Korean spokesman, Kim Ho-nyoun, reflected the mood of the South as the North's jilted lover.

    "The government has coped with the situation with patience but is distressed at North Korea's actions." Thankfully, the South has the internet to turn to for comfort in times of need. Or they can take out their frustration with a candle light protest over something or other --another luxury the North must live without.

    Perhaps a coalition force of China, the U.S. and Japan should invade the Korean peninsula, subdue the two countries and force a reconciliation. Put them both in a room with a couple bottles of Soju, some romantic movies, perhaps slip in a porn to get things going.

    As it is now, the chance of this spat escalating into an all-out brawl becomes all the more likely with each passing day. The South's newly aggressive stance is doing little to help. And the North, well, hopefully it soon realizes that playing hard to get could mean you never get got.

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    I'm keepin an eye on this too........the middle east aint got shit on this little gem if it blows.

    I wonder what the Obama will do if the SHTF on the 38th.....
     
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    N Korea is irrelevant. Always has been, always will be. Completely surrounded by now hostile nations, isolated, and nowhere near a vital transportation crossroads, and sitting atop NO desirable natural resources. Useless, worthless, nation of mindless monkeys.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

    Much like Iraq after the Gulf war, the Korean war was never officially ended. It exists today, under the negotiated cease fire.
     

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