despre URĂtori

Если тебе что то не нравится, то можешь взять барабан и возглавить парад идущих на хуй.

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– Не бери в голову, бери в рот, spune Аня chicotind cu țigara-n bot.

– Я бы с удовольствием, только это труднее чем кажется когда у тебя 7 тысяч герпесов на нижней губе.

Cu încăpăținarea unei pasager de rutieră care nu vrea să treacă pe scaunul de lîngă fereastră atunci cînd ambele sunt libere, insist asupra faptului că unii oameni trebuie să-și bage propriile valori exact în anus, а не махать ими перед моим носом, так как это не цветочки.

– Ты всё принимаешь слишком близко к сердцу, sorbește ea din ceaiul overpriced pe care я тоже уже успела обосрать.

– How about ‘No’, say I lifting my middle finger to replace the exclamation mark at the end of my sentence laconically encapsulating my feelings towards the matter.

Ana rîde la indignarea mea, iar eu continui să folosesc limba rusă ca sursă de cuvinte cu îndreptare geografică pentru URĂtorii mei.

– Я не стодолларовая купюра, чтобы всем нравится. And I don’t expect people to agree with what I say, but I do expect them to understand what it is I’m saying. If you don’t have the intelligence of walking in someone else’s shoes, walk barefoot, bitch. And while you’re at it might as well climb some trees, because you have not evolved, contrary to Darwin’s expectation.

– Here here, exclamă Ana ridicînd ceașca. And I’m happy, because even if I suspect that she doesn’t agree, I do know that she understands.

– Merry Christmas, my friend, and fuck them all! We cheer to a celebration we might not relate to, but which we definitely understand.

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