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“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

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Have you ever seen any opinion from him yet ?
All I see his copy jobs of others or idiotic insults.
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Pesky army wrote:
Have you ever seen any opinion from him yet ?
All I see his copy jobs of others or idiotic insults.
All he is good at is inventing statements and then accusing them of opinions you never expressed, like Ana8.
But when you ask him to quote the thread, just like her, he is unable to do so.
Then, there is his obsession in labelling people he comes across: anti-British, Muslim, commie, stalinist, anti-West, nazi, communist, spy, KGB agent, etc.. or questioning their nationality, their status, their location, etc...
I know that it's the favourite passtime of these jerks; the Ape from New Jersey is just doing the same, always trying to pigeonhole you with someone else's personality.

What's the matter with these morons?

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I honestly believe, itīs in-breded in them.
Stupidity at its best.
On the other hand, should we be surprised ?
Ape sells kielbasa in NJ, pukra washes dishes in UK.

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1. Noun. A stupid incompetent person.
Exact synonyms: Doofus, Half-wit, Nitwit
Language type: Colloquialism
Generic synonyms: Simple, Simpleton

Definition of Dimwit

1. a dunce [n -S]- See also: dunce

Just for your information.
Iīd say, very precise description of Pukra.
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May 27, 2011
 

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ronan wrote:
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What's the matter with these morons?
Simple. Low IQ.

Not to be an elitist but calling a spade a spade does the heart good from time to time.

“Dimitri at the races in Russia”

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It pleases me too, to read how pukra dimwit is view by others.
Pro Ukraine

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Pro Ukraine as dimwit? Another example of Pesky SLOwvak English. Jules said you wanted to apply for a job as an English teacher. Ha Ha Ha
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May 27, 2011
 

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Pesky may wear his bad grammar on his sleeve but you wear your stupidity on your sleeve, pouk.

I know which one I'd prefer if push came to shove.
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And by the way,'Pro Ukraine as Dimwit' is perfectly acceptable English. It's likely a new TV series being mulled over by some network bigshots.

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Of course the heading is perfect English.
Any other typo I make..thatīs my trade mark.
Who could resist not to clobber Pukra as dimwit ?
The above suggestion looks very appealing, but I would add pukraīs side kick Abe the Ape as supporting actor.

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http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_HliWiZ0TUx0/S9B7Aos...

I even found a picture of Pukra as dimwit.
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May 28, 2011
 

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ronan wrote:
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All he is good at is inventing statements and then accusing them of opinions you never expressed, like Ana8.
But when you ask him to quote the thread, just like her, he is unable to do so.
Then, there is his obsession in labelling people he comes across: anti-British, Muslim, commie, stalinist, anti-West, nazi, communist, spy, KGB agent, etc.. or questioning their nationality, their status, their location, etc...
I know that it's the favourite passtime of these jerks; the Ape from New Jersey is just doing the same, always trying to pigeonhole you with someone else's personality.
What's the matter with these morons?
That's because you are a commie, you agree with everything they say and they agree with everything you say, if you weren't a commie there's no way you would agree with them
You've even created a commie alter ego Romanov.
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Pesky army wrote:
I honestly believe, itīs in-breded in them.
Stupidity at its best.
On the other hand, should we be surprised ?
Ape sells kielbasa in NJ, pukra washes dishes in UK.
"in-breded" another example of Pesky SLOwvak English. Ha Ha Ha
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Nitwit wrote:
Pesky may wear his bad grammar on his sleeve but you wear your stupidity on your sleeve, pouk.
I know which one I'd prefer if push came to shove.
Why are you afraid to post as Uther Pendragon? Everyone knows it's you, so no point in using one of your multiple personalities.
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Numbnuts wrote:
And by the way,'Pro Ukraine as Dimwit' is perfectly acceptable English. It's likely a new TV series being mulled over by some network bigshots.
I think a show such as that would work much better with you in the lead role, after all having a real dimwit playing him would make it seem much more authentic.
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Pesky army wrote:
Of course the heading is perfect English.
Any other typo I make..thatīs my trade mark.
Who could resist not to clobber Pukra as dimwit ?
The above suggestion looks very appealing, but I would add pukraīs side kick Abe the Ape as supporting actor.
Yes, perfect Pesky SLOwvak English. Ha Ha Ha.
I think you as Uther's sidekick would be very funny with your Pesky SLOwvak Engwish. Ha Ha Ha

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As usual, you dimwit have no clue about anything.

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Has any of you enjoyed the above picture of Ukra as dimwit ?
I certainly enjoyed it though.
Pro Ukraine

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Pesky army wrote:
Has any of you enjoyed the above picture of Ukra as dimwit ?
I certainly enjoyed it though.
So far only you, ronan and Uther Pendragon. What a trio of dimwits. Get yourself to those English classes asap, you don't use past tense twice in the same sentence.
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Pro Ukraine wrote:
<quoted text>"in-breded" another example of Pesky SLOwvak English. Ha Ha Ha
I think he was suggesting that you would look very handsome in between two slices of bread and toasted. The network bigwigs could serve this new 'Dimwit's Delight' tostado at the gala opening of their new hit series 'Pouk as Dimwit'.

You see, your entire future is being planned out as we speak. Now is the time to negotiate your royalties. He who hesitates is lost.

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