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If Kokkinos Horios went further to the right...

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are the red earth villages more fascist than 1933 Berlin?

Yes. No doubt.
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Shut up pumpernickle! It's obviously more like 1927 Rome!
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Hmmm. I'd take a middle road. More like Birmingham when Bernard Manning is doing a show.
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If Kokkinos Horios went further to the right...

Postby pumpernickle » Sun Mar 05, 2006 7:42 pm

...the people would dress up in brown shirts and goose step to church on a sunday morning.

the old grannies would walk into the town square in paralimni armed with machetes and Lugers, shooting anyone with a vaguely blonde tint in their hair, or an arabic demeanour.

women would be forced to get out of bed every morning and make postal orders and cheques out to the cabaret girls their husbands visit, and then pray for forgiveness for having the cheek to wake the kids up in the middle of the night and cause a scene, because of the heartbreak induced floods of tears.

A statue would be erected in honour of Mussolini, Adolf, and old Genny Grivas. Anyone caught not saluting and kissing the plaque would be shot immediately and turned into cyprus sausage.

Instead of opening businesses for tourists, the people would cut to the chase and simply gun them down and nick their wallets. Saves time, and also allows more room for maneouvre....I hear smoking Senior Service, drinking brandy and shagging prostitutes is more than a full time job these days out in the red earth villages.

Ah dear, and to think fascism died with Franco. How wrong we were.
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Postby Sotos » Mon Mar 06, 2006 3:53 am

They are obviously villagers. What did you expect from potato growers? But how is this related to fascism? Have you been drinking again pumpernickle?
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Postby cypezokyli » Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:23 pm

what lead you to that conclusion pumpernickle?
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Postby pumpernickle » Mon Mar 06, 2006 8:55 pm

lots of things old chap, lots of things.

Now vote in my fricking poll. Have some respect.

Turkey: (rick astley) "I'm never gonna give you up, I'm never gonna let you down, never gonna turn maaa back and deserrt yooou"

Greece: (the strangler's) "Golden brown, texture like sun, sends me doown, all through the ages. ..doo de do de do ooo dee never a frown, with golden brooown"

Cyprus: (NWA) Straight outta cyprus, a crazy mutherf***er named Lysi, comin straight from the rainbow gang called cypriots with attitude. I gotta sawn off. and when i'm called off, squeeze the trigger, and turk bodies all harden.

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Postby cypezokyli » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:05 pm

lost of things - means nothing to me :wink:
do you have some concrete examples ?

and if its possible, in more plain english - i am not a native.
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Postby pumpernickle » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:09 pm

without going on and on, I have much experience of the red earth villages. Have met many people from places like paralimni etc, and have found them to be amongst the most narrow minded, bigoted, sexist, mysogenistic, weird, perverted bunch of fascists I have ever encountered.

Just thought I'd release my feelings in a thread.

carry on!
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Postby Michael » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:17 pm

To the Moderator this is not an insult but a question?
Pumperthingy are you
Larry Grayson, Danny La Rue, John Inman (of I'm free fame) Frankie Howard, Charles Hawtrey or Kenneth Williams? Or all six or them rolled into one.
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Postby pumpernickle » Mon Mar 06, 2006 9:19 pm

Interesting, seeing as some of them are actually dead. And its impossible to be more than 1 person at once, unless you've had some seriously f***d up surgery.

I'll answer your lame assed question. No.

Anything else?
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Postby Sotos » Tue Mar 07, 2006 4:29 am

and if its possible, in more plain english - i am not a native.


I am not a native of the planet that pumpernickle comes from either. pumpernickle can you speak in earth language please? ;)
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IS PIMPERNIPPLE SANE ?

Postby lysi » Tue Mar 07, 2006 11:12 am

Michael, i think pimpernipple is mad , thats why he was kicked out of england and dumped in cyprus.
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