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Links between Taiwan, Moldavian friendship cake, and Batman

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Links between Taiwan, Moldavian friendship cake, and Batman

Postby Zla'od » 22 Jun 2012, 10:38

All will become clear in the first minute:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4EwtTWy ... re=related
“What part of a woman is the yet, anyway? I heard there was a fight here in Tulsa, and a woman was shot in the fracas. The doc said the bullet is in her yet. And how did the bullet get in her yet, when she was shot in the fracas?"
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Re: Links between Taiwan, Moldavian friendship cake, and Batman

Postby psidriven » 30 Jun 2012, 14:21

that was so random it has to be true. theres a taiwan flag and funny hats with funny accents and explosions. LOVE IT!!
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