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domenica, aprile 04, 2010

Dite "No" alle pompe

Leggete questa notizia. Io non ce la faccio a tacere.





































Berlusconi: "No alle pompe? E come cazzo scelgo i ministri?"

Binetti: "Non c'era bisogno che me lo dicesse lui..."

Luttazzi: "Voglio proprio sentire chi è quello volgare, adesso."

Wojtyla: "Chi cazzo gli ha insegnato a parlare a questo?!"

Gasparri: "Anch'io! Anch'io! Cazzo, culo, figa, tette, merda!"

Valete.

2 commenti:

ighi ha detto...

hahaha l'articolo dice 'con la 'strana' parola pompe'...certo che se uno guarda solo studio aperto.. ma..ma..allora anche le pompe funebri sono strane??? magari un po' freddine ecco.

Anonimo ha detto...

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