Prince Charles Impressed with the Per...

Prince Charles Impressed with the Performances of Armenian Musicians

There are 10 comments on the Groong story from Jun 2, 2013, titled Prince Charles Impressed with the Performances of Armenian Musicians. In it, Groong reports that:

The international press, in recent years, referring to the celebrations of Queen of England's 80th, the Prince of Wales' 60th anniversaries, and the wedding ceremony of Prince William in 2011, made a special note about classy and high-quality music played under the leadership of the conductor.

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Rockstar

Rochester, MI

#1 Jun 2, 2013
Charles specially loved the Armenian rusty trombone and skin flute players.
lambroni ardziv

Katy, TX

#2 Jun 3, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
Charles specially loved the Armenian rusty trombone and skin flute players.
rusty or not it worked when you blow your trombone you only get HOT AIR and your public throws all the used and empty cups on you so called rockstar
Rockstar

Chesapeake, OH

#3 Jun 3, 2013
lambroni ardziv wrote:
<quoted text>rusty or not it worked when you blow your trombone you only get HOT AIR and your public throws all the used and empty cups on you so called rockstar
Whatever! You are a m'oro'n. Lol!
just leave

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jun 3, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
Charles specially loved the Armenian rusty trombone and skin flute players.
Yeah Armenians have rusty trombones and produce beautiful music, you Azeris have top of the line trombones and your music sounds like shyt.
Rockstar

Chesapeake, OH

#5 Jun 3, 2013
just leave wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah Armenians have rusty trombones and produce beautiful music, you Azeris have top of the line trombones and your music sounds like shyt.
If you only knew what a "rusty trombone" really meant. Hahahaha!
Rockstar

Chesapeake, OH

#6 Jun 3, 2013
Here I will do this one and only favor to you mo'rons. Never say that I don't help you f'uc'kers.

Rusty Trombone's real meaning;

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rusty_trombone
just leave

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Jun 3, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
<quoted text>
If you only knew what a "rusty trombone" really meant. Hahahaha!
The topic here is about music, peabrain, not about your sexual fantasies or what you did last night.
Rockstar

Chesapeake, OH

#8 Jun 3, 2013
just leave wrote:
<quoted text>The topic here is about music, peabrain, not about your sexual fantasies or what you did last night.
Whatever!

“Hankchetsek took antor nahadag”

Since: Apr 09

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#9 Jun 3, 2013
Rockstar wrote:
Charles specially loved the Armenian rusty trombone and skin flute players.
At least he did not have to worry about getting blown up by some rusty parts bomb if had gone to Turkey instead.
Rockstar

Rochester, MI

#10 Jun 3, 2013
The Alana Kalana Project wrote:
<quoted text>At least he did not have to worry about getting blown up by some rusty parts bomb if had gone to Turkey instead.
You are one to talk Mr Asala. Lol

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