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    Die-Hard Bush With a Vengeance: Impeccable Counterattack Against Buggy

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    A man decided to root up a bush using a buggy. But it was a truly die-hard bush.

    The bush decided to teach the unfortunate driver the aikido principle of defeating the enemy with his own force.

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