So what does it mean and where did it come from?
I tweeted about it back then and got some questions about the origin.
The total assembly of the sentence took 2 of The Gist’s podcasts. The first about words that sounds the same, but can have multiple meanings (homophone), like the country Turkey, and the turkey itself.
Based on that podcast, a listener ( Philo--) tweeted Mike with a Brazilian homophone: Um Peru De Peru Do Peru, because in Brazil, Peru is A) the country, B) a turkey and C) penis. So a Peruvian turkey penis is an Um Peru De Peru Do Peru. (The last “Do” is pronounced “Du”)
That podcast “That Groovy Summer of Love” on mark 23:20 covers the launching of The Gist’s new motto! Philo became the lobstar of the antentwig with that for that episode.
I hope this explanation helped you, let me know with 10+ claps 😁. It keeps me motivated to share and find source podcasts again eventho it took me 12 podcasts to find this one again.