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Re: Gay penguins book is most banned

Postby Belgian Pie » 07 Oct 2009, 08:50

Dragonbones wrote:There's a Taiwanese talk show host with hair like that. Actually, it looks like a bird pooped in it, and then he combed it.

A hair dresser around the corner from where I live has like that too ... not to mention that he has few customers ...
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Re: Gay penguins book is most banned

Postby Zla'od » 28 Nov 2011, 07:49

My internet search produced this reference:

JESUS IS LORD at Republican Faith Chat Liberals, commies, democrats, Muslims, folks on welfare, socialists, folks who love Obama ... PENGUINS PROVE CONCLUSIVELY THAT HOMOS CAN BE CURED

Alas, the site is no longer fuctioning. I believe they were right about the penguins being...flexible, no? Perhaps we need another book--Penguins on the Down-Low or Questioning, Bi-Curious Penguins and Their Open Relationship or something like that.
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