Que's Esa Porqueria Que Viene Ahi No Tiene Forma y Huele a Shit!!!! Mezcla De Ave, Chivo y Rez
Ultraputrefactus Vomited In Your Face Fuera Del Cementerio La Bestia Inmunda Pronto Salio Tu Puerta Por Tu Escalera Hasta Tu Cama Ella LLego Te Abraza Se Te Revuelca Te Languetea Con Pudricion Y Antes Que Tu Te Cagues Todas Tus Tripas El Se ComioQue's Esa Criatura Que Se Acerca Hacia Mi? Es Carnivora y Tira Pichi Come Con La Mano Como Un MonstruoSe Cuelga De Los Arboles Que Mierda De Mono!!!!Y a Tus Lindas Mascotas El Chancho AmorfoYa Se Almorzo A Tu Lindo Gatito Abrio Entero Lo Masacro Todos Tus Pajaritos Con Un Martillo El Aplano Tu Perro Valio Callampa El Ser Pulposo Ya Lo Cago He Turns Every Party In a Bloody CarnavalDoing a Fucking Surgery In Your MedulaEspinal Su Cuerpo Es Un Experimento SinDefinicion, This Ugly Motherfucker Your Body Will Masticar A Tu Abuelita El Se Agarro No Solo Tuvo Sexo Tambien La Mutilo A Todos Tus Amigos Los Ojos Les Saco Y a Doña Mentorsina Chita y Cuarta Le Gano Que's Esa Inmundicia Que Se Aleja Como Avion Es Ultraputrefactus y La Caga Dejo Por Ningun Motivo Lo Vuelvan a Invocar Or In Your Little House Casa e Huifa El Arrmara

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