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(Literary Hub)   The most graceless exits in literature from Falstaff being dumped into the Thames with soiled laundry to Winnie-the-Pooh's fat ass being stuck in Rabbit's front door and used to clean laundry   ( divider line
    More: Amusing, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Falstaff, Charles Dickens, possibility of a graceful exit, graceless exit, Merry Wives of Windsor, first rebuff  
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2021-04-19 6:28:45 PM  
A Handful of Dust

I never read the book, but I still remember Alec Guinness being completely creepy in the movie adaptation.
2021-04-19 7:48:09 PM  
The last 30 years of George Burns' career.
2021-04-19 9:06:07 PM  
Exit, pursued by a bear.
2021-04-20 3:50:57 AM  
rot•gut rŏt′gŭt″
►n.Raw, inferior liquor.n.Bad or adulterated liquor, injurious to the stomach and bowels; in the United States, specifically, whisky adulterated with deleterious substances to cheapen it while increasing its apparent strength.Injurious and corrosive: said of bad liquor.NOT "rock gut."  Obviously a typist, not a writer.
2021-04-20 7:27:28 AM  
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"What are you doing, step Rabbit?"
2021-04-20 9:08:07 AM  
Merry Wives of Windsor is grossly underrated. That crazy old fat bastard attempts a threesome for crying out loud.
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