Miki Dora Giving The Bird

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Surfers have always been rebels. Circa 1950’s.

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    20 Responses to Miki Dora Giving The Bird

    1. I love these kind of photos. It’s just like the last one, the skateboard one. Lovelovelove.

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    2. @Moe: Of course you do. But you have photos like that yourself. The sexy one of you in a uniform. Goddamn.

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    3. @dieAntagonista: Well good morning to you too! lol or whatever time it is where ur @.. So did you get my Email? lol.. you’ve seen the one with me in my Boy scout uniform?

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    4. @Moe: Hahah thanks thanks. It’s 7pm.

      Boy Scout? No the military one. It’s on my hard drive.
      Or you mean you have also a Boy Scout one? Show me. We don’t have any Boy Scouts here, I always envied you Americans for that. It sounds and looks so awesome, but I know about it only from movies.

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    5. @dieAntagonista: Everything from the movies you’ve heard is true. I personally have saved the planet a twice. Military photo? My service time was supposed to be top secret!!! Damn my government. Hows your weather? Its frickin hot here!

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    6. @Moe: Wait haha. You posted the picture in the forums for me, remember?

      The weather is terrible. It’s cold and rainy. BUT IT’S ALMOST SUMMER SO I DON’T CARE.

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    7. seems like these dayS EVERYONE is trying to be a rebel , but they seem to be just like Fucking DRONES . good luck being “Different”

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    8. @LeeHarveyOswald: individuality is what defines a persons character. Perhaps everyone is a drone but how are you different from them? your a clone drone to me…

      @dieAntagonista: I dont “forum” to conformity. But i hope its your screensaver. I love terrible weather! imagine it being clear skys 110 degrees F. for 5 months strait. no rain to wash any dirt or water any plants… kinda like iraq. IT SUCKS! so you go to the beach- forget sun block and burn after 10 mins..jump in the salty plastic debris diaper floating ocean..(thank mexicans) and then sit in traffic for two hours trying to get home.. it gets old after awhile.. but can still be fun if you make it.

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    9. @dieAntagonista:
      I cold and rainy int Texas, too. Which means its 80 and less than an inch of precip.

      @Moe:
      Wow, you just made me not want to go wherever you are.

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    10. @RSIxidor: Good- Keep California clean. OH! LOL

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    11. They’ve got this all wrong – he just picked his nose and is examining the booger.

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    12. @Moe: Haha, nice. Yeah I love terrible weather too, but not every day.
      Man I would love to be where you are. You really need to appreciate what you have. We don’t have any beaches. So even if the weather is nice, all I can do is hang out at some slimy green river. With leeches.
      And I never got sunburned in my entire life:p

      Salty ocean sounds wonderful though. Aw yes. You have no idea how much I long to go to California.

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    13. @RSIxidor:
      Yeah it may be cold and rainy in Texas, but it’s in Texas. Texas is in America. It’s got Americans and American things. We don’t have any of that here.

      Texas > my location. Got it? Good.

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    14. Texas < Cali. got it? good. Leeches!!! i had a leeche on my big toe once after swimming in some water hole in the mt’s up north.. I had not idea what it was. but i could feel it biting me so i scraped it off with a knife (boy scout tip #27)

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    15. @dieAntagonista: “Aw yes. You have no idea how much I long to go to California.”

      Why dont you? your a smart exotically sexy girl right? then get your ass over here! You’ve got an upper hand on anyone here i know.. you probably speak two languages? NOT sapnish..you can use a computer?wow. your hired. oh right the citizen thing..so marry sum chump for it. everyone else does..

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    16. @Moe:

      Haha, oh yeah? I wouldn’t know, I’ve never been to Texas or California. Both are places that seem like they’re straight out of a movie, it’s lovely.
      Mhm, leeches are pretty gross. Depending on the size they can hurt real bad but the scary part is just seeing them on your body when you come out of the water. It’s like, what the fuck is this shit. Every single time.

      @Moe:

      I can speak 4 languages, working on two more. Haha, yeah I could just marry some American but I’d rather keep my dignity when trying to get into America. Besides, if you want to move somewhere, you have to contribute to the society there first. As gross as leeches are, people-leeches are even more disgusting.
      I imagine getting a job there would be really hard right now. But I’m hoping to get to work for the UN which will take some while, though after I have accomplished that I can go where ever I want.
      I’m going to visit America before that, though. This summer it’s Europe, and hopefully in 2010, America can bless me with a tan and some priceless memories.

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    17. @Moe: I do not want you to represent me as a Californian. Yeesh.

      @dieAntagonista: Most of my friends who have visited from Europe have liked American because of how big it is, that there is so much to see but beyond that they have been a little disappointed with the lack of culture shock, especially in California where sometimes it can be hard to find someone speaking English. My friend from London said she didn’t feel like she ever left home except that the public transportation sucked.

      California is a great state though… Texas has some great parts too but it’s totally different than California.

      Wear sunscreen. Tans are overrated.

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    18. @outofocus:

      Heh. That’s Moe = Recondomoe. I think he was kidding for the most part.

      Ah see, I’m different than those Europeans. America is a very young nation, of course your culture is “little” compared to the massive culture clash we have in Europe. That doesn’t mean there aren’t enough elements to absorb in your country. I’m sure the picture I have of America is romanticised from movies, but it’s hard to disappoint me with places. Do you have any idea how excited I get when I get to talk to American tourists here? I could listen to Americans and all their different accents and slangs for days. That is one thing, I’m looking forward to. Then there’s the fact that every street sign, every building, cars, and even farmers get me excited. This must seem really naive, it’s mostly because films I have seen and books I have read, but the thing is, I don’t just want to go to America to lie at the beach and buy pretty clothes like most people here have done.
      I have read this one book about an American who moved here to Europe. He wrote that, the mentality is so different in America. Especially when it comes to workers. Here, people don’t treat you with respect just because you buy something from their store, and unlike they do it in America, they don’t help you with taking the things you bought back to your car or anything.
      I know, now you’re going to think of all the incidents that proved they can be rude too at Walmart or whatever. But that’s not necessarily common. He wrote, most honest people there will treat you with respect because they know you’re paying for their rent and food.
      It’s just all these little things combined. I honestly don’t know why most people think Europe is so open minded, most Americans have an attitude that one can only envy.
      As for California and Texas, yes I expected that. I expect to see really hip people in California and more traditional ones in Texas. I can appreciate both, and I doubt either could disappoint me.
      And I can speak Romanian! Which means I can understand basic Spanish without any problem. At least every time I went to Spain, I had no trouble communicating with them so it’s all peachy.

      Haha, oh don’t worry. Getting tanned is the last thing I worry about. I’d just feel honoured to have the sun in America shine on me.

      I think it depends all on the person. Your friend from London is probably interested in different things than me, and not as easily entertained by merely being around people who think differently than you.

      Also: in case anyone misunderstood me, I don’t mean I’d lose my dignity by marrying an American. But it’s cheap to do something like that just to get to stay in America.

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    19. Oh. My. God. Is he giving THE FINGER?!?!?!?!!?!!??

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