Hiaba kedd.

Toprengek minden hulyesegen, ahelyett inkabb lefekudnek es aludnek.

Minden annyira homalyos, akar a Nyarad vize, zavaros es felkavart, tele homokkal es iszappal, budos es koszos, a felszinen doglott halak es tehen szar lebeg, meleg van es a szagot meg a szadban is erzed, ugyanugy mint a disznonak a szagat boncolas utan, a vernes sarnak az ize…

Az  igazsagot a felszinen nem lehet megtalalni. Csak lejaccani.

© 2010 Rasta Man

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5 Responses to “Hiaba kedd.”

  1. io am inteles din aceasta postare ca ai carti si stii finlandeza:)))

  2. Corect, si gresit.

  3. ok:/ atunci ai carti si stii maghiara. ha!

  4. vreau si eu o testoasa din aia 😦

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