Sunday, 29 November 2009

Meet my future wife.

Don't need to say anything. She's more than capable of speaking for herself.

12 comments:

Hellhound said...

Instead of dreaming about it, why not go and find the woman that you really want.

Anonymous said...

could be interesting but videos a bit to long

The Rooster said...

Someones being a little literal I think.

Hellhound said...

I not unnderrstand fokked tung.

Anonymous said...

Rooster... you are a dick.

Anonymous said...

...and no I wont suck it.

Anonymous said...

screw marriage.

Anonymous said...

australia is becoming very violent doesnt matter where in the world u go there is kak

young couple have spoken about a horrifying attack by a pair of thugs wielding fence pickets in Perth’s southern suburbs.

Daniel, 20, and Jessie, 18, say they were bashed by two youths after they refused to share their cigarettes.

The pair was smoking near a park on North Lake Road in Kardinya about 1.45am on Saturday.

young couple have spoken about a horrifying attack by a pair of thugs wielding fence pickets in Perth’s southern suburbs.

Daniel, 20, and Jessie, 18, say they were bashed by two youths after they refused to share their cigarettes.

The pair was smoking near a park on North Lake Road in Kardinya about 1.45am on Saturday.

http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/crimestoppers/6545852/pair-bashed-for-cigarettes/

Anonymous said...

A 26-year-old man was knocked unconscious after being punched in the head during a violent robbery in East Victoria Park.

According to police, the man was punched in the head and had his wallet stolen after three men approached him on Etwell Street about 7.40pm on Monday, November 2 asking for cigarettes and money.

The man had been walking towards West Morland Street when one of the men attacked him

http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/crimestoppers/6536677/man-knocked-unconscious-in-street-attack/

Anonymous said...

A 26-year-old woman was struck in the face with a glass when she became the unintended target of an incident in Leederville.

Police said the woman had been at the hotel in Leederville about 10.15pm on Saturday, October 24 when she was hit in the head by the glass, suffering a 2-3cm cut to her forehead.

It is understood the glass was thrown at a man standing nearby by another woman but missed its target.
Police hope CCTV footage of the female offender may help bring forward witnesses.

http://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/a/-/crimestoppers/6536701/woman-victim-of-hotel-violence/

Anonymous said...

there is to many to send i dont want to clog up your site but the list goes on

to be honest living here in australia now as i young male i am afriad to go out at night these days

The Rooster said...

Australia is a hell hole. No one doubts that.