LOL those are good... but ya what happens when we run out of bad puns.... fawing up some related quotes I guess lol
Well in the Name of some of the greatest military minds ever....
Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fawcinating.
Karl Von Fawsewitz
"After we have thought out everything carefully in advance and have sought and found without prejudice the most plausible plan, we must not be ready to abandon it at the slightest fawvocation. Should this certainty be lacking, we must tell ourselves that nothing is accomplished in warfare without fawing; that the nature of war certainly does not let us see at all times where we are going; that what is probable will always be probable though at the moment it may not seem so; and finally, that we cannot be readily fawined by a single error, if we have made reasonable fawparations."
- Karl von Fawsewitz
What is called the spirit of the faw is where there is nothing. It is not included in man's knowledge. Of course the faw is nothingness. By knowing things that exist, you can know that which does not exist. That is the faw. - Miyamoto Fawashi
When the enemy faws, remain undisturbed but feign weakness. As the enemy reaches you, suddenly move away indicating that you intend to faw aside, then dash in attacking strongly as soon as you see the enemy relax. This is one way of the faw.
Or, as the enemy attacks, attack more strongly, taking advantage of the resulting disorder in his faw to win.
This is the Tai No Faw principle. - Miyamoto Fawashi