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Abe's 4th arrow

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Mongolian President Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, left, looks at Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe shooting an arrow as heads of delegations attend a traditional nomadic Naadam festival performance during the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit just outside Ulan Bator, Mongolia, on Friday.

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Abunai...Look out !

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North Korean missiles are more accurate than Abe's arrows.

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That 4th arrow has a better chance of reviving the Japanese economy because it's a real thing, unlike his previous three.

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I've rarely seen anyone looking less at ease with a bow and arrow. It's like he's never even seen one in real life before.

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Is pointing the arrow to China?

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Well if Abe is firing an arrow, the safest place to stand would be directly in front of his target. Abe couldn't hit water if he fell out of a boat.

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Abe's 4th arrow

After the first three, I hope he has steel toecaps

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I bet that one didn't fly either.

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is it possible for him to shoot this one into his foot too?

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Is it me or does his head look like it's pasted on a different body?

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Awkward ...

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...in the foot!

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thats the posture of a man who hasn't lifted anything heavier than a glass of shochu in 30 years

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