Basil Marceaux with subtitles! 2. August 2010 Via faillolShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmail Frühere Beiträge CNN Forced To Ask Ron Paul After Crowd Boo’s (Santorum False Attack) – YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYdhuG5q23c Via Do The Harlem Shake http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vJiSSAMNWw People were asking for the full version so here it is. Plus, it deserves… Arm Tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLNaaFw51O0 Via Arm Tutorial. Dieser Beitrag hat 16 Kommentare oh my fucking GAWD!!! with the subtitles its even crazier than i first thought.!!!1 People who can’t turn on subtitles: The function is there since a very long time now, learn it first or then. Click on the red CC button below the video, and select English Captions. Very nice video btw, adding subtitles was a bright idea, a foreigner like me has a hard time understanding his slurred pronunciation. Well, as for the meaning, everyone would have a hard time grasping that ^^ @papersplease the walls will be buried under ground and your family can collect you in 50 years your screwed friend have a nice day for the person who ask . Now will you keep me behind walls once i kill some one and you murder me and put me in jail @Zidanie5 did you know you type like he talks? @BrendanStuart Why, thank you, being able to type as a mother tongue speaker speaks is an accomplishment. Yeah, despite the fact he is quite a funny one ^^ Hell if he wants to get rid of traffic stops, that’s an automatic win in my book. Just want to clarify, you cant pin this one on the south, he’s from Pennsylvania, lol. @luckyjinxer no way rofl @KruspeFTW yeah, lol, according to his wikipedia site, Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. We educated him, though, lol. Omg when did they let retards run for gov too bad you can’t see his website, but his blog is fucking funny. Is he mentaly challenged or something? i though you could run for gov if u had downsyndrome? the most profound policy proposal by dr. marceaux is to grow grass in vacant lots and then sell the grass for gas. this is bold policy and far past due. Word for word. Those were his own words, folks. Kommentare sind geschlossen.