From the narrow desert, O man of pride, / Come into the house, so high and wide!
First I've heard of it... Who da thunk that The Narrow Desert would become my GoTo place for the latest news on mass media fashions?
I assume it's not a thing in the UK. Here in Taiwan, were there are very pressing reasons for "pro-Brandon" sentiment, it's a different story.
Made me think first of "TQM" - Total Quality Management, which was a thing in the corporate world once upon a time when we still had adults putatively in charge of things.May we add an "M", Vanna White?Alternatively,tu quoque?taking questions?timid quisling?terminally quiescent?totalitarians' queue?
I though it was obvious: T stands for "Brandon's" biggest fan, and Q doesn't stand for anything -- it's just a letter.
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