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21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by Ghost » March 22nd, 2016, 4:05 am

I'd run that through Google translate, but they don't have ghetto or ebonics as options.
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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by Jester » March 25th, 2016, 8:43 am

Ghost wrote:I'd run that through Google translate, but they don't have ghetto or ebonics as options.
:lol:

i cant believe the turn this thread took

oh well

DJ congrats on a good trip and thanks for great trip report

Glad you made it down there

When I saw you in Tijuana, didn't you mention some secret place you were going to go, maybe that famous island or whatever? Someone you knew there?

Or was that Victor in Curitiba?

If you do get down to Curitiba, it will be interesting to hear your comparison with Sao Paolo.

Cheers.
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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by E Irizarry R&B Singer » March 25th, 2016, 9:24 pm

Jester wrote:
Ghost wrote:I'd run that through Google translate, but they don't have ghetto or ebonics as options.
:lol:

i cant believe the turn this thread took

oh well

DJ congrats on a good trip and thanks for great trip report

Glad you made it down there

When I saw you in Tijuana, didn't you mention some secret place you were going to go, maybe that famous island or whatever? Someone you knew there?

Or was that Victor in Curitiba?

If you do get down to Curitiba, it will be interesting to hear your comparison with Sao Paolo.

Cheers.
Why do you want to know about Curitiba? So you can make Curitiba women walk all over you too (thus spreading the message that U.S. men are unyielding women-firsters yet gullible)? Why do you think relocating to new places is going to solve your dysfunction? You need to be a man that cannot and will not be asunder before worrying about people doing field report for you. As much as I wish you weren't, you're a mangina to these foreign women, Mike. Stay in Thailand with the rest of the washed-up Westerner jacka.sses.
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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by Jester » March 27th, 2016, 7:50 am

E Irizarry R&B Singer wrote:
Jester wrote:
Ghost wrote:I'd run that through Google translate, but they don't have ghetto or ebonics as options.
:lol:

i cant believe the turn this thread took

oh well

DJ congrats on a good trip and thanks for great trip report

Glad you made it down there

When I saw you in Tijuana, didn't you mention some secret place you were going to go, maybe that famous island or whatever? Someone you knew there?

Or was that Victor in Curitiba?

If you do get down to Curitiba, it will be interesting to hear your comparison with Sao Paolo.

Cheers.
Why do you want to know about Curitiba? So you can make Curitiba women walk all over you too (thus spreading the message that U.S. men are unyielding women-firsters yet gullible)? Why do you think relocating to new places is going to solve your dysfunction? You need to be a man that cannot and will not be asunder before worrying about people doing field report for you. As much as I wish you weren't, you're a mangina to these foreign women, Mike. Stay in Thailand with the rest of the washed-up Westerner jacka.sses.

WOW.

Okay.

It's HA, we do let just anyone post.

Even the drunks and potheads.

Stay thirsty, my friend.
:lol:
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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by droid » March 27th, 2016, 8:43 am

Jester wrote: WOW.
Okay.
It's HA, we do let just anyone post.
Even the drunks and potheads.
Stay thirsty, my friend.
:lol:
lol consider it a compliment you didn't get #hashtagged
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Re: 21 Days in Sao Paulo Brazil

Post by Jester » March 27th, 2016, 2:20 pm

droid wrote:
lol consider it a compliment you didn't get #hashtagged
LOL
Thanks I needed the laugh!
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