Ko labiausiai bijo PEDOFILAI Lietuvoje ?

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  1. Nebijo pedikai nei Paksiaus, nei Uspaschio.
    Pedikai (plachiaja prasme) bijotu shito:

    Isiklausykite i priedaini:

    “La république nous appelle,
    Sachons vaincre ou sachons périr;
    Un Français doit vivre pour elle,
    Pour elle un Français doit mourir.
    Un Français doit vivre pour elle,
    Pour elle un Français doit mourir.”

    Bet kol vieni i-netu kusina kitus pulti, o tie kiti i-neto ish vis neskaito, taip viskas ir puva toliau…

    Bet ash zhinau, ka reikia daryti.

  2. …kadangi vienokios ar kitokios shventes, tai nesusilaikiau ne-pa-copy-paste’ines:

    “…On this day in (approx.) 823 B.C., the most inventive, charming and clever people ever to grace God’s green earth came up with yet another ingenious idea. They were, of course, the Irish (at this time A/K/A the Celts). Being bright they did not labor upon the obvious. So they let somebody else invent fire, the wheel, iron, astronomy, writing, calendars, etc. These they figured they could copy – – and boy did they. These clever folks, well, they tended to save their strength for what was really important.
    By this stratagem, just a 1000 years earlier, while pagan types were grappling with such mediocrity as pyramids, irrigation and geometry, the Celts had learned to distill grain. This miracle medicinal cure (which would maintain mankind for over 3000 years) they called Usquebah. The amazed and very indebted rest of the world mis-translated the name as “whiskey”.
    So for a millennia these wise and whiskey-witty folk enjoyed good health and good fellowship. Then as this particular day approached (circa 823 B.C.), possible gender conflict arose. The women began expecting the men to hang out close to the cave as the evening came earlier each fall. If civilization were to progress this would never do!
    So the Celtic elders came up with the second great invention. They called it “Samhain” or end of summer. They explained to the women that as the season changed, ghosts, goblins and evil spirits came forth to threaten all humans. In order to protect the women and children, the men folk selflessly would have to put on old clothes, take some jugs of the magic Usquebah (possible snake bite you know) and go into the hills and light fires.
    For nearly 1000 years the tradition held. Then came the good St. Patrick who was wise enough to keep the Usquebah but drove out the snakes.
    Conveniently, his Christian teaching did say that November 1st was the Feast of All Saints. So it only seemed logical that if the saints were coming out, the devils would have one last fling. So, snakes or no, we needed old clothes, bonfires and booze on the eve of “All Hallows” or Hallow’s Evening or Halloween.
    To celebrate stop by “The Bog on the Moor” and fortify yourself against snakebite, but stop when ye begin to see the little people. For to go beyond will surround you with all kinds of devilment like – banshees and ghoulies and even mothers-in-law…”

    Tiems,kam ‘uzhsikimshusios’ pakankamai chakros, siulau pasiklausyti cia:

    ir cia:

    BASSO PROFONDO – atminkit, Dievas bara Jus😉 .

    …kai saka – Om Mani Padme Hum. Ommmm…

  3. o kaip ten Muntianas is darbo partijos? jam kazko sveikata labai pablogejus buvo ane ?
    ir siaip kaip seimo pirmininku buvo, tai vejai visiski, jokios prasme, sita pareigybe net nereikalinga seimui, kas po snekes pasakyt gali bet kas,
    p.s
    o del Pakso, tai Imbrasas kaip buvo, tai tik aiskino kaip blogai, bet siluma pabrango , na ir kita afiora, tai stadionas, o Uspaskich, tai gavo 9milijonus daugiau nei leistina Sapard leshu… taip,kad SVARIU partiju nera LT.
    gal tai bus Venckienes partija neaisku , jei ir bus, jei bus labai sunku kovoti.

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