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Question:
Where was Napolean's Waterloo?
Answer:
Napolean's Waterloo was adjacent to his bedroom. It is not well known, but a historial fact nonetheless, that Napolean was potty trained as a child and insisted on having proper facilities next to his sleeping quarters. English spies disclosed that Napolean had a "loo" (English slang for watercloset), next to his tent and to distinguish it from the common outhouse, referred to it as a "waterloo." That is how the English knew to commence the battle with Napolean when he was indisposed, in his Waterloo.
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