Tu propio destinoFebruary 28 2007 at 8:18 AM
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|Monica Lawinski (no login)|
Segun la la informacion de Radio Murmansk, hoy durante la noche en la Ciudad Nuclear Bushel del Imperio Matamoros, nacio un varon, origen japones.
El varon tiene piel rosada, ojos gris, y le gusta mirar al cielo.
Es muy inteligente y sus primera palabras en espanol eran : Vamos al Circus.
Como la madre declaro que no sabe en que estacion de la linea 147 vive el padre, declaro que "El Benny" es el papa del varon.
Los medicos, despues de hablar con la prensa extranjera, recibieron un certificado de Los Van Van.
Este acto paso al las 15.35 hora local de Antigua y Barbuda.
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|February 28 2007, 12:18 PM |
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