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  • So wondering how the wrong side cult party of gNOp will handle that fact we will have to tax everyone to deport the illegals. almost here there ass holes pucking on this.

    Think Progress » New Study Estimates Mass Deportation Of Undocumented Immigrants Would Cost $285 Billion

  • Boehner bahenchod – where were you when Bush ruined the country with the Iraq war???? where were you when Cantor was pucking Britney form behind and Bush was doing front and back and back and front and then 69 and blah blah blah for the last 6 years to ALL your fellow countrymen esp. the ones served/still serving the forces???? were you in a rat hole???????? maake loude

    Director takes blame over lax security at federal buildings

  • I need sex, and if all you want to do is watch boys play with a puck, then maybe I'll find someone knows what pucking really is ... except my boobs are scarred and I have cancer. .you thoughtless Canadian moron!!!

    tumor-tot Diary Entry

  • I think the flower is then poovu, I remmeber pucking those flowers and sucking their stem and u get a sweet juice from it.

    Pineapple Morukootan

  • I liked the idea of candy lemons – but I am wary of any recipe using lemon pith since I rather mouth pucking chicken recipe disaster.

    caustic confit | smitten kitchen

  • Though he shall live for millions of years a life of billions of years, from their roseaced glows to their violast lustres, he shall not forget that pucking Pugases.

    Finnegans Wake

  • So all I have to say is that somebody damn well better beat the pucking Engineers' team.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Me and her just ran to the bathroom and started pucking!

    compclass Diary Entry

  • TheSon tied one on Saturday night and spent the night on the floor of his bathroom, pucking every hour or so.

    miss-k2 Diary Entry

  • "Should we be alarmed and outraged to the point of storming the trade mark office with the pucking fitchforks mentioned above?" said a columnist, Anthony Sharwood, on

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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