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Lio y Rollo.


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Old June 05, 2008, 11:51 AM
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Bueno, si alguien quería saber lo que significaba LIO/ROLLO, creo que esta conversación lo ha descrito perfectamente!

Comienzan con LIO/ROLLO,
Luego con queso (???),
la foto de un hombre muy guapo....

No ha sido muy aburrido, por cierto pero si muy interesante.

"disparar antes de preguntar" para mi quiere decir....."shoot first, ask questions later"

Alfonso.....I don't care if it is a Greek sculpture.....I'm still blushing!!

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