Poppy Needles Viciously Stab Those Who Forget To Remember

Ottawa, On – “Dammit, that hurts,” shouted Ottawa resident Sean Merkel. “But not as much as war.” Poppy needles are made of tempered steel folded hundreds of times to ensure strength and flexibility. Only the finest master blacksmiths in Japan can come close to producing a sharper instrument. “Once I accidentally stopped remembering veterans as I bent down to tie my shoe. Sure enough the poppy on my lapel buried its needle 1.5 inches into my neck and reminded me of what it was probably like to get bayoneted in the trenches during WWI. Lest we forget.” When asked if they would consider changing the design of the Poppy, the Canadian Legion said, “No.”

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