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I AM LOOKING FOR A HUNCHBACK
04-13-2016, 07:09 AM #16
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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One man's hunchback, is another man's loss of an eye.
04-13-2016, 09:45 AM #17
Cynicalabsurdance Member
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Alright
which one of you Bugs is behind this one ?

Christ on a Kritter Crotch
Can't you guys do nothing but Bug work nowadays

now I gotta go figure out why I even clicked on this
you Bugs make me think too much
04-13-2016, 12:17 PM #18
MARTHA Incognito Anonymous
 
(04-12-2016, 08:12 PM)Octo Wrote:  Funny I was thinking too at first Martha must have ended up in a time warp zone, maybe struck by lightning or something weirder. No question were there, to Martha's recollection as well, a fair number of hunchbacks roaming the streets when she was young.

We were born in Romania and lived there in a village 5 km from Timisoara
for some strange reason ALL the hunchbacks were men and they were ALL employed in the peasants occupation which involved tilling the land owned by the Baron with a plow shearer attached at the back of a mule with leather straps.
My husband was also a peasant until we migrated and then he worked as a gardener
as young girls we used to giggle when we attended the funerals of hunchback men which were held in their homes with an open coffin standing up against the wall with 2 copper vases filled with burning coal and continuously sprinkled with incense we used to smuggle from Tirana on our school excursions.
The reason we giggled was because the bottom backing base of the coffin was especially made from curved acacia wood to accommodate the hunch in the back

and also the funny thing was that the parish priest was also a hunch back, although not as much as the peasants because he had light duty job all his life
so I am proud to say and recollect my memory how I lost my first virginity to a lovely hunchback man
04-13-2016, 01:54 PM #19
White Ribbon call me
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04-13-2016, 03:02 PM #20
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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(04-13-2016, 12:17 PM)MARTHA Wrote:  
(04-12-2016, 08:12 PM)Octo Wrote:  Funny I was thinking too at first Martha must have ended up in a time warp zone, maybe struck by lightning or something weirder. No question were there, to Martha's recollection as well, a fair number of hunchbacks roaming the streets when she was young.

We were born in Romania and lived there in a village 5 km from Timisoara
for some strange reason ALL the hunchbacks were men and they were ALL employed in the peasants occupation which involved tilling the land owned by the Baron with a plow shearer attached at the back of a mule with leather straps.
My husband was also a peasant until we migrated and then he worked as a gardener
as young girls we used to giggle when we attended the funerals of hunchback men which were held in their homes with an open coffin standing up against the wall with 2 copper vases filled with burning coal and continuously sprinkled with incense we used to smuggle from Tirana on our school excursions.
The reason we giggled was because the bottom backing base of the coffin was especially made from curved acacia wood to accommodate the hunch in the back

and also the funny thing was that the parish priest was also a hunch back, although not as much as the peasants because he had light duty job all his life
so I am proud to say and recollect my memory how I lost my first virginity to a lovely hunchback man

chuckle.gif Octo and I are gonna' try to do Brașov soon. Vlad's castle and spend some time investigating Hoia Baciu Forest. uhoh.gif
Ever been around there Martha?

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04-14-2016, 08:03 AM #21
MARTHA Incognito Anonymous
 
(04-13-2016, 03:02 PM)JayRodney Wrote:  
(04-13-2016, 12:17 PM)MARTHA Wrote:  
(04-12-2016, 08:12 PM)Octo Wrote:  Funny I was thinking too at first Martha must have ended up in a time warp zone, maybe struck by lightning or something weirder. No question were there, to Martha's recollection as well, a fair number of hunchbacks roaming the streets when she was young.

We were born in Romania and lived there in a village 5 km from Timisoara
for some strange reason ALL the hunchbacks were men and they were ALL employed in the peasants occupation which involved tilling the land owned by the Baron with a plow shearer attached at the back of a mule with leather straps.
My husband was also a peasant until we migrated and then he worked as a gardener
as young girls we used to giggle when we attended the funerals of hunchback men which were held in their homes with an open coffin standing up against the wall with 2 copper vases filled with burning coal and continuously sprinkled with incense we used to smuggle from Tirana on our school excursions.
The reason we giggled was because the bottom backing base of the coffin was especially made from curved acacia wood to accommodate the hunch in the back

and also the funny thing was that the parish priest was also a hunch back, although not as much as the peasants because he had light duty job all his life
so I am proud to say and recollect my memory how I lost my first virginity to a lovely hunchback man

chuckle.gif Octo and I are gonna' try to do Brașov soon. Vlad's castle and spend some time investigating Hoia Baciu Forest. uhoh.gif
Ever been around there Martha?
My grandmother was a gypsy queen and she was telling us stories how she was brought as a young virgin to Cluj Napoca for her sacrificial indoctrination
I was petrified scared to hear the stories of what goes on in the forest and that is the reason why neither my mother nor myself ever wanted to become queens so we abdicated.
My grandmother was telling us a story of a patch in the forest where the aliens used to land there in their spacecrafts and the locals called the aliens Anu Nake
by strange coincidence that you even mention this, we have always believed that this is the spot that the Anu Nake experimented with genetic mutation of local young men and made them hunchbacks
the hunch backs man are highly sexual filled with insatiable needs and desires and this is exactly what my post is all about because since my husband passed, i have not been able to experience the same gratification
we also believe that Cluj Napoca is the place where the spirit of the hunchback men goes after passing and they haunt the strangers who go thru the forrest as revenge for the torment inflicted on them by normal humans with low brain power during their alive time.
So if you do go visit maybe be extra careful and always in your mind and your thoughts you will need to be humble and respectful and emanate love from your heart, lest you come out cursed at the other end.
04-14-2016, 11:03 AM #22
JayRodney ⓐⓛⓘⓔⓝ
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Wow. It's supposed to be one of the craziest places on earth, but that just bumped it up a few notches.
I think we'll be going in the day. chuckle.gif

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