Saturday, July 12, 2014

Bung, Bong, Hitler, Green Bra And Soccer

We do not know if Hitler had a fetish for bras, especially for green ones.

But Hitler's Bolehland big time admirer, Bung the Bong (oops, as in deep resonant nosy sound), certainly shows a predilection for this piece of women's apparel - especially if they are green ones.

This is the same guy who once in Parliament un-parliamentarily took exception to 'bocor' (literally 'leaking, leaky'- meaning menstruating) women in the august house.

Soccer and Hitler have little to do with bras.

One is the madness of many.

The other was a hated madman.

The last has no relation to both.

Not even if they are green!

But not to the Bong, apparently.

Whose genius in soccer, it seems, consists of hailing Hitler for the Brazilian thrashing.

And twitting green bra to his detractor.

This man, hails himself too, after the manner of a madman.

But where goes his Parliamentary obligations?

To soccer, Hitler and green bras?

Haha...just his green cup of tea?

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