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Young male American Poles

OP VaFunkoolo 6 | 654  
6 Aug 2008 /  #31
Geezus H mate, are those your real teeth?

I am still pondering my reaction to being called Funkie. I suspect that like spunky, funkie has a different meaning in whatever language you speak in America. Hmmm
Franek 8 | 271  
6 Aug 2008 /  #32
FUNKIE,, This name that I call you comes from the HIPPIE movement from the 60th to the 70th spreading all over the world..
These GERMS, used to hold sunflowers over their heads, calling them FUNKIE flowers.
Read up on Charles Mansion and his followers. ANYHOW..I picture you as a modern day HIPPIE CHEERS
OP VaFunkoolo 6 | 654  
6 Aug 2008 /  #33
Think I'm more of a Merry Prankster who managed to get a seat on the bus without paying the fare ;)
Patrycja19 63 | 2,699  
6 Aug 2008 /  #34
Youre more than welcome to P. Perhaps on facebook. You wont have to look very far to find me. But if you do want to, please dont put words into my mouth. I can speak for myself

ok so now I get it, new name, its bubba!! ha ha..

ok so I take back the va-funky pants.. whos the American calling themselfs
polish and being ..........ohhhhhhhhhhh stupek right??? yeah I agree if thats
who its about..

see Ive been the same name for the whole time, and so people need to stop
confusing me,, I do a good job of that myself. *SOMETIMES* :)

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