miercuri, 20 iulie 2011

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Două babe cu cârpe-n cap:

- Aşe mă doare picioru' aista sub jenunchi!
- Şi io am şi reumatism şi am şi coxartrită!

9 comentarii:

  1. Pe troleu s-a intamplat ? In ce zona din Cluj ?

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  2. vezi astea cu zona ti le public.

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  3. simulau [am stabilit deja ca nu sunt umane].

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  4. Orice baiat normal s-ar uita prin oras dupa fete.
    Numai Petrov sta si casca gura la babe si asculta ca un popandau ce vorbesc astea.
    Apoi vine repede acasa ca sa scrie pe blog.

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  5. Ma simt discriminat fata de restul comentatorilor mai putin inspirati pe care ii cunosti personal si a caror comentarii intra.

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  6. bine ca vii tu anonim prost iute la pl mea zilnic de cateva ori.

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  7. @k:
    “The encounter with Borges never occurs without consequences, both advantageous and disadvantageous. I have listed some of the things that can happen.
    1. You pass him and don’t realize it (disadvantageous).
    2. You pass him, go back, and follow him for a while to see what he is doing (advantageous).
    3. You pass him, go back, and follow him forever (disadvantageous).
    4. You discover that you are a fool and have never had an idea that was even moderately worthwhile (advantageous).
    5. You discover that you are intelligent, for you like Borges (advantageous).
    6. You are dazzled by the fable of Achilles and the Tortoise and believe that it contains the answer to everything (disadvantageous).
    7. You discover the infinite and eternity (advantageous).
    8. You are concerned with the infinite and eternity (advantageous).
    9. You believe in the infinite and eternity (disadvantageous).
    10. You give up writing (advantageous).”
    [Augusto Monterroso, The Advantages and Disadvantages of Jorge Luis Borges, Complete Works and Other Stories, p. 108.]

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