Don’t ask me how I found this…
Completely Random Crap
Hahaha…..highly unfortunate that people like this exist. Poor girl probably got tea-bagged too. Who’s the moron now?
“highly unfortunate that people like this exist”
Oh, don’t be so hard on Robert. He’s not really a “moron” since his IQ is higher than 69.
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Moron this at 11.
Type of work that can be accomplished:
Adults can harvest vegetables, repair furniture 60Adults can do domestic work 50Adults can mow lawns, do simple laundry 40
Are you trying to make the guys who posted that on Youtube wonder how in the hell they got more than 3 views?
Uh-oh . . . I can’t repair furniture.
How do you know?
That’s more of an unanticipated side effect.
This is probably the funnies thing I’ve ever seen.
Maybe it was another Koehler – like celebrated opera baritone singer Bernhard Koehler.
I’m guessing it’s a friend of his.
sue for defamation.
Might be tough, as I don’t believe he’s actually talking about me.
BTW, for the record, the “oe” in my name is pronounced as a long o. Or at least my family in Migukistan does. And yes, I know it was originally an ö pronounced like the “or” in “world.”
Wow, Daesung from Big Bang really let himself go.
I always suspected that you’re a moron, Kaylor. Now it’s been confirmed!
It’s one of Rumsfeld’s known knowns.
His pronunciation is moronic, no? Help us out Marmot!
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