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mein lieber schwan das getröte und das evtel. bald gehube geht mir jetzt schon auf den nerv. und vor lauter deutschen fanen an autos und häusern sieht man die welt gar nicht mehr. deshalb hab ich so ne art gegen offensive in dem schwarzrotgold einerlei gestartet. man glaubt es kaum wie groß die augen der leute werden können.

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Johanne am 13 06 2010, 21:13

Jaaa...so gehört sich's :)

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Margarita am 15 09 2014, 4:16

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