Trump l'oiel(n) : Using paint to represent more valuable material. Usually whitewash. Lots of whitewash.

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  1. Don't you mean bleach? Bleach strips everything useful from what it
    touches. Whitewash actually add a nice touch to a lot of things.

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  2. Ok, I'm a little torn on this. Bleach would be a good alternative, but whitewash does have both the political and sociological secondary meanings. OTOH, bleach does have the more caustic touch. Gahh! Which makes the better joke??

    I'm going to be up all night overthinking this now!

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  3. Bwahahahahahahaha  I can't wait for the final conclusion.  Ooooh, how about bleach and whitewash.  Course, that does bring up the problem that he is already whitewashed.  He's just trying to white wash my country as well.

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