30 de julho de 2018

Desdicionário: Coisas lá de casa

  Convém ter um bom stock sempre à mão..
O que nos vale é que hoje os edredões são cada vez melhores.
Passa, passa, tem de passar! Dá um jeitinho que passa!


Sempre tive pena da tristeza dessa parte de trás...
Vá-se lá perceber porquê.
Uuuupppssss...
Há coisa mais irritante no silêncio da noite?


Já os ouvi tantas vezes atrás da porta à espera!


Embaraçoso.
No verão é durante toda a noite.
Tenho lá três destes.

2 comentários:

maria disse...

Bem apanhadas!

pedro disse...

Portugal is the Biggest Racist country that i have ever lived in. I feared for my life there and i consider myself lucky that my family got out alive! I have never lived in such poverty (Sopas dos Pobres everyday) 40% unemployment rate and 60% of the population earn less than $932 USD per month, and that's considered Middle Class here! Within the European Union it is the worst of the worst place to live.

The bottom line is the bulk of the People in our poor country exist in a brainless comma that is fed by Ignorance, anti-Spanish hate, and severe Racism of pretty much everybody that isn't Portuguese! And, Portugal started the Global Slave Trade in 1441 so it is definitely NOT a safe place for Blacks!!

I found important websites that explain the Severe multi-generational Racism and Hate that exist in Portugal today, and i highly encourage all to read them and spread the word in order to avoid innocent, and desperate people from living or visiting there. Get educated on the Truths about Racist Portugal now.



1) https://www.theroot.com/a-white-journalist-discovers-the-lie-of-portugal-s-colo-1790854283

2) https://saynotoracistportugal.neocities.org/

3) http://www.discoveringbristol.org.uk/slavery/routes/places-involved/europe/portugal/

4)SOPAS DOS POBRES EVERYDAY IN PORTUGAL BECAUSE OF NON EXISTENT ECONOMY:

https://www.noticiasaominuto.com/pais/764453/sopa-dos-pobres-foi-criada-ha-anos-mas-ainda-existe-problemas-persistem

5) http://www.ipsnews.net/2011/10/portugal-crisis-pushes-women-into-prostitution/

6) https://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/06/the-mystery-of-why-portugal-is-so-doomed/276371/


Be SAFE friends. Hugs.