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Old 21st February 2002, 03:02
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Old 5th March 2002, 15:10
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[b][i]Thanks Patria-Pava, it may help in the future...

By the way, that cologne you wear "Black-Rose-of-Death", what does it smell like?

Sulphur, or just a very stinky lower-abdominal tract gas... ?
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Old 5th March 2002, 15:19
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[i][b]Ja ja ja, "black-rose-of-death" I think it smells more like "autonomista-in-the-grass", and what about yours Jibaro? Would the cologne you wear be "rat-snake-traicionero-51"?



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Old 5th March 2002, 15:28
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Talking Stinky rats are what people like you from the Bronx are used to eating daily.

[b][i]On the contrary, rats never were our dish in my Río Piedras home, nor was it ever a part of our genetic makeup, "Bronx Dude". Hey maybe it comes from the Dominican side of your family , since rats in "Sancocho" has been known to be a delicacy in some extremely poor Dominican villages...

However, I wear Lagerfeld, my wife loves it .
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Old 5th March 2002, 15:56
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[i]On the contrary, rats never were our dish in my Río Piedras home, nor was it ever a part of our genetic makeup, "Bronx Dude". Hey maybe it comes from the Dominican side of your family , since rats in "Sancocho" has been known to be a delicacy in some extremely poor Dominican villages...

However, I wear Lagerfeld, my wife loves it .

[i]I think your medical perscription for your down syndrome is having some serious effect on your brain functions Jibaro, or maybe it was all those hard blows to the head that you recieved from Fupistas when you attended school in Río Piedras. As for the "rats", I know you statehooders aren't cannibals so you don't each other, you're all rats though, that's for sure, but rats that slither, something of a genetic mutation between a rat and snake and wings and atanae of a cockroach. As for the Domincan comments, I'm 100% born and raised Puerto Rican natural and resident of Río Grande, de madre Arecibeña y padre Loiceño. Thank you, "turkey-boy" is the one who is half dominican so ask him if they eat rats in sancocho in D.R., as far as I know from frequent visits to that beautiful country, No, but maybe "turkey-boy" will tell you different.

Lagerfeld??? Ill... yuck!!! I would expect better from an assimilated Statehooder. Is that the best smelling fragrance for men you can find over there in the states in those "superior shopping malls" of yours? Actually after visiting New York, it came to my attencion that as a matter of fact you guys have pretty much wimpy malls compared to ours in Puerto Rico, that's probably why we would have a better choice of cologne than you, instead of picking that stinky Lagerfeld of yours that I woouldn't even spray on a street dog because it smells so bad.

My top 5 favorites
1 ~ Emporio Armani
2 ~ Este Lauder - Pleasures
3 ~ Issey Miyake
4 ~ Dolce & Gabbana - Masculine
5 ~ Bvlgari

These scents above I would recommend to you Jibaro. You can tell the sales girl to assist you in picking out a fragrance. Thanks by the way by letting us all here at puertorico.com know you smell. Have a nice evening "Lagerfeld-Boy"... ja ja ja ja

You stink Jibaro




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Para mi Islita no encuentro parangón,
Nací en los montes del centro de mi tierra,
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[i]"Al morirme que me entierren en la tierra en que yo nací,
pues quiero darle a mi tierra lo que ella me ha dado a mi."

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Old 5th March 2002, 16:02
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Talking P.S. Jibaro

[i]If you didn't eat rats over there in Río Piedras (which is the equivalent to the Bronx in Puerto Rico, it's just the carribean version)[b], then what did you eat...?....
......Cockroaches? ja ja ja ja ja
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Para mi Islita no encuentro parangón,
Nací en los montes del centro de mi tierra,
Yo soy Boricua de sangre y corazon."


[i]"Al morirme que me entierren en la tierra en que yo nací,
pues quiero darle a mi tierra lo que ella me ha dado a mi."

[/b]-El Nene de Río Grande

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