Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Até mais.
Hey, Gringo: Vamoose! Yer type ain't welcome in these here parts.And if you're saying what I think you're saying, sorry, I'm not your type. So get your greasy ass back across the border, pronto. Comprende?
Hola ...Well I was gonna comment on the cheesy henna tattoo until I saw the spanish spam and now I have to kick his latin butt to the cotton factory for promoting even cheesier T shirts on my Bobbycake's blog .Go stuff a burrito where the sun don't shine .
Okay, people, let Dirty Sanchez have a blast of good ol' Canajun crap. But don't forget, this posting is really about my kick-ass rebel tattoo (yeah, teen rebellion at 49) and the blog is about ME, ME, ME, DAMMIT!Oh, and Ma: Nice diss on El Spammo. And if Corn or anyone knows how to nuke Speedy Gonzalez off my blog, lemme know, will ya? Muchos gracias.
NGB, you rebel you. I hope your tattoo lasts at least the 4 games it will take for the Sens to win...xo
You should have gotten chinese writing on your lower back. Then bought a pair of low-rider jeans (thong optional).That is, if you wanted to go for cheese.
p.s in order to get spammers off your site, you need to set a security option in your coment settings (the one where you have to type the letters shown before you can post..)...ME LIKEY BURRITOS.
You and I have something in common there Bibby. I gotts a Henna tattoo while walking down 5th avenue in Mexicooooo. On my lower back right above the butt of nothing other than Mickey Mouse. (I don't wear low rise jeans or thongs so STOP thinking that - dammit!)
Opppppps I had a dyslexic and/or Blonde moment that should have been "Bobby"
Next time go for the Henna tramp stamp on the lower back!Perhaps for when Stanley is being lugged from Parliament Hill to the NAC, onto a boat, down the Rideau Canal to Dow's Lake, then back down the Canal to Lansdowne Park where 40,000 screaming fans are losing their minds!On the dashboard, you can EDIT posts... including deleting the one from Rodrigo the gringo.GO SENS!
Actually, Maria, I like "Bibby". Maybe we should call him that for a while...until the tat wears off, anyway.;-)What bugs me, on the subject of the Sens, is how many Leafs fans will be cheering for the Ducks (and I'm still somewhat embarrassed for the NHL that they even have a team in their league CALLED The Ducks) because of the Leafs/Sens rivalry. Some Leafs fans have even commented that the Sens would never have made it to the final if they had played the Leafs in the playoffs. THAT'S how deluded Leafs fans are. Their team didn't even MAKE the playoffs, and they still think their team could somehow have stopped Ottawa's progress. Maybe Leaf fans should go back and check some of the scores from the beatings their beloved Leafs took at the hands of the Sens this past season.Anyway, rant's over. I'm a Habs fan, and my beloved team was the last Canadian-based team to win the Cup in 1993. I say it's time for that to change. I say GO SENS!
I am not a fan of hockey really... but seeing as there is 1 Canadian team and 1 american team left in the finals it would be a no-brainer. GO SENS GO!As for "Bibby" I like it too - has a nice ring to it - doncha think?
Bibby, eh? I've been called worse by better people than you. Whatever.Note to Leafs fans: Your team has never won the Cup in colour.This city is truly Senators crazy. Little Bro and I spent the afternoon together. When I was driving him back to his mom's house at about 6:30, which is just a 10-minute drive, we saw people at two intersections, waving flags and Stanley Cups, getting people to honk their horns. What a racket!Go, Sens, Go.
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