The F12 is a brand of Lithuanian light beer. It has often been described as tasteless and rancid, but it does have a small cult following in Sweden, where it is dually used as both a beverage and as a replacement for fluoride in budget dental offices.
By federal law all police in Maine must have at least one thimble on hand
F12 is also a letter of the alphabet, or in truth, one of the secret letters of the alphabet. These secret letters are known as Alphabits. F12 is the last in a mysterious string of Alphabits beginning with F1, or "The unlonliest number".
"UnF12erth my friend, you F1ind much to say eased wiF11 beer cups, all abF12out Breca, his seaF4aring ways."
This and many other lines were rewritten in 1776 by Adolf Hitler, a popular hypnotist who used the work to subdue his patients. His thin grasp on the English Language prevented him from properly translating the work.
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