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Prilo... the AC Milan player? Does Berlusconi money faze him?

confused.gif AC Milan? That was like three teams ago...
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I mean he does have dat je ne sais quoi.

Granted, although he is no Totti...
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Granted, although he is no Totti...

Fuck Totti.

My ex wife used to walk by me watching a game and ask me if Totti was playing. Only player in the world she knew.
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Fuck Totti.

My ex wife used to walk by me watching a game and ask me if Totti was playing. Only player in the world she knew.


Did you cross post in the cuck thread? confused.gif

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Did you cross post in the cuck thread? confused.gif



No but it's warranted.
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When did Gerard Butler start playing soccer?
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Some years ago, I attended a Christmas dinner with a group of friends. We're known to be rowdy when we're together. We can't really stay in restaurants, because we'll start trouble and get kicked out. And none of the guys wanted to play host, for obvious reasons. So we decided to have a squatter's dinner in a recently abandoned building, which still had electricity and plumbing. In less than two hours, the room we were in was basically destroyed, with the buffet all over the floor, a Christmas tree hanging from the ceiling, and a chair thrown through the window and onto the pavement below. And it was barely 8 pm yet.

 

After a full night of partying and total mayhem I'm on my way home, this is like noon next day, I'm pretty wired and still wearing my suit and a fake black fur, probably a red furry Kangol sixpence. So I'm quite a sight. On my way home I pass through Christiania, a huge squatter/hippie commune in Copenhagen, which is where people go to buy weed. 

 

I bump into a friend who works in a café there, and he invites me to their staff trailer for a smoke. As I enter, guess who's sitting there with a homemade hokkaido/carrot bong, happily toking skunk? Woody Harrelson. We had a smoke and a talk. He was just travelling Europe with a buddy. I even have a photo of him proudly holding the vegetable bong up. His dress style was horrible. 

 

I also interviewed Annie Lennox in London once. Nice lady. She did the whole interview lying on a futon. 

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Originally Posted by RFHansen View Post

Some years ago, I attended a Christmas dinner with a group of friends. We're known to be rowdy when we're together. We can't really stay in restaurants, because we'll start trouble and get kicked out. And none of the guys wanted to play host, for obvious reasons. So we decided to have a squatter's dinner in a recently abandoned building, which still had electricity and plumbing. In less than two hours, the room we were in was basically destroyed, with the buffet all over the floor, a Christmas tree hanging from the ceiling, and a chair thrown through the window and onto the pavement below. And it was barely 8 pm yet.

After a full night of partying and total mayhem I'm on my way home, this is like noon next day, I'm pretty wired and still wearing my suit and a fake black fur, probably a red furry Kangol sixpence. So I'm quite a sight. On my way home I pass through Christiania, a huge squatter/hippie commune in Copenhagen, which is where people go to buy weed. 

I bump into a friend who works in a café there, and he invites me to their staff trailer for a smoke. As I enter, guess who's sitting there with a homemade hokkaido/carrot bong, happily toking skunk? Woody Harrelson. We had a smoke and a talk. He was just travelling Europe with a buddy. I even have a photo of him proudly holding the vegetable bong up. His dress style was horrible. 

I also interviewed Annie Lennox in London once. Nice lady. She did the whole interview lying on a futon. 

Sounds like some people can't drink!
post #2618 of 2618

^ So true. Blame the potato brandy. After that night we decided that we had to take the destruction level down a notch. We have since become older and less unruly. Although the last bachelor party involved an improvised spraycan flame thrower and male headstand twerking during the course of dinner. The other guests did not approve.

 

Well, enough about my gang. Back to the celebs...

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