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on Jun 21, 2014
Many thanks to these volunteers. These are the type of people who make Pleasanton great.
GRACIAS! HOORAY VOLUNTEERS! VIVA!
Have you volunteered?
why would i volunteer information when it's clear that the question is coming from that ole hen...you who i mean...
VIVA Volunteers! VIVA!
Correction: "...you know who I mean..."
I'm sure she has 147 wigs to hide under...tee hee...
there are lots of ole fat hen types in plutonia that would give up their monthly check to have a date with Yours Truly...what a laugh...
i'm NOT amused...
over 'n out!
A cholo is stereotypically male, depicted as wearing loose fitting khaki pants or shorts, with white knee-high socks, creased jeans, so-called wifebeater white sleeveless athletic shirt, and button-front shirts, commonly plaid and flannel.
Cholos are known for starching and pressing their pants and shirts.
Some cholos, particularly older cholos (veteranos) or cholos wishing to adopt a more traditional look, wear formal wear inspired by zoot suit fashion, including dress shirts with suspenders, and fedora hats, but may still retain cholo elements such as a bandana or hair net.
Younger cholos typically participate in side shows to show off their immature mentality and disregard for public safety. They have penis envy for their white counterparts that drive macho monster trucks.
Older cholos typically sit on the porch in Livermore and drink bear. Their protruding bellies are indicative of their lack of self control like most liberal progressives! They are useless to accomplish anything and usually can be observed making incoherent comments on Pleasanton Weekly.
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