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A Touching Story of a Great Love That Never Died (5 pics)

Posted in Random » Awesome   5 Feb 2014   / 5327 views






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orendadude 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
GAG!
I have no problem with God,
It's his fan club I can't stand!!
       
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gigantes 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
yikes!
       
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Mr. Ree 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Roque was mentally ill...

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Awwww...Don't like my comment?
Fuck off and die!!!!
       
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Cancamuso 2 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Because of her name, Julita, I have to guess his wife was born in Argentina... and a woman. And because the way he spent all that time alone in the cemetery we could say he was the silent type. This leads me to a disturbing conclussion.

An average woman can say about 7000 words (or it was 8000) each day (izismile data). But in the case of latin women this can go up to, let's say, 14000, maybe 16000. Then it came to my mind that people from Argentina really like to talk, like really. So my guess would be Julita was not the average kind, indeed, she was the Argentina kind. We, my friends, are talking about an average of about 30000 words each day... For fifty five fucking years, my friends.

This is 10,950,000 words each year.

And a marriage of 602,250,000 words, my friends.

More than six fucking hundred million words spoken to my client during this annoying marriage.

-Get the trash out.
-Walk the dog.
-Wash the dishes (we are a modern family).
-Get the trash out.
-Take the kids from school.
-We need food on our table, work harder.
...
-NO PROFIT

So, yes, indeed. Roque was mentally ill. But he took his revenge. If the ghost of his wife was floating around...

This was not LOVE.

THIS WAS VENGEANCE!!!

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