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Old 19.12.2011, 00:38
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Pictorial representation of the rudest word in the English language



One is an unelected, unattractive, dangerous megalomaniac and the other is deceased. What future for Europe with such a 'president'? I can never consider myself European as long as this is my so-called leader. How do other EU passport holding EFer's view 'our leader'?
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Old 19.12.2011, 00:48
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Re: Pictorial representation of the rudest word in the English language

Well what can you expect for less than €298,495.45 per year? For that money you only get a bent Belgium!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preside...ropean_Council
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Old 19.12.2011, 07:52
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Well what can you expect for less than €298,495.45 per year? For that money you only get a bent Belgium!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preside...ropean_Council
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Well I'm with you on the monkey bit

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Old 19.12.2011, 08:27
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I'm not European. I'm english
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Old 19.12.2011, 10:51
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One is an unelected, unattractive, dangerous megalomaniac and the other is deceased. What future for Europe with such a 'president'? I can never consider myself European as long as this is my so-called leader. How do other EU passport holding EFer's view 'our leader'?
About "Pictorial representation of the rudest word in the English language"

How does this picture represent "work"?
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Old 20.12.2011, 17:03
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Re: Pictorial representation of the rudest word in the English language

Don't just judge the leader, also look at the significant other behind the leader. Below for example.

From a blog: "The rear views of international women... from left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain, France's First Lady Carla Bruni, and finally, FLOTUS Michelle Obama, who has put herself in charge of mandating what America's children (and eventually, American adults) can eat"
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Old 20.12.2011, 17:10
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Don't just judge the leader, also look at the significant other behind the leader. Below for example.

From a blog: "The rear views of international women... from left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain, France's First Lady Carla Bruni, and finally, FLOTUS Michelle Obama, who has put herself in charge of mandating what America's children (and eventually, American adults) can eat"
Michelle could carry 20kg up a flight of stairs. The other two would break a nail and sprain an ankle trying.
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Old 20.12.2011, 17:23
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How do other EU passport holding EFer's view 'our leader'?
I am ok with him. The alternative was Tony Blair and in my eyes is any Belgian better than W's warmongering pet.

My biggest fear for Europe is that Angela Merkel will get some post in Brussels after losing the next federal election.
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Old 20.12.2011, 17:24
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Don't just judge the leader, also look at the significant other behind the leader. Below for example.

From a blog: "The rear views of international women... from left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain, France's First Lady Carla Bruni, and finally, FLOTUS Michelle Obama, who has put herself in charge of mandating what America's children (and eventually, American adults) can eat"
The Spanish princess Letizia suffers from anorexia....not a good example for kids though:

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Old 20.12.2011, 17:34
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Michelle could carry 20kg up a flight of stairs. The other two would break a nail and sprain an ankle trying.
Congratulations, you've just managed to summarize in a nutshell - using the female body as a metaphor - a great book by Michael Porter: The Competitive Advantage of Nations.

http://www.amazon.de/Competitive-Adv.../dp/0684841479

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Old 20.12.2011, 17:54
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Michelle could carry 20kg up a flight of stairs.
I think she's carrying more than that!

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Old 21.12.2011, 16:50
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I think she's carrying more than that!

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Go ahead. Call her fat again. I dare you.



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Old 21.12.2011, 22:01
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From a blog: "The rear views of international women... from left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain, France's First Lady Carla Bruni, and finally, FLOTUS Michelle Obama, who has put herself in charge of mandating what America's children (and eventually, American adults) can eat"
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I think she's carrying more than that!

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Seriously... You're expecting a black woman to have a white girl's ass?
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He couldnt even get his own country under control (and I am Belgian) so they left him in charge of EUrope?......mmmm sometimes I wonder
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From a blog: "The rear views of international women... from left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain, France's First Lady Carla Bruni, and finally, FLOTUS Michelle Obama, who has put herself in charge of mandating what America's children (and eventually, American adults) can eat"
Does anyone else see how incredibly (badly) photoshopped this image is? They cut half the frech and spanish women's backsides off!

Michelle is solid though for sure, but women of african (and pacific island) decent just are that way. I (being of the latter ethnic origin) will never be as fine-boned as some dainty ladies. I can carry my 15kg daughter up a mountain though

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Old 22.12.2011, 09:13
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