30 Seconds To Mars

URGENT : THE PUMPKINS MUST GO 2

But First:

The chicken is leaning back against the bed post smoking a cigarette. Next to him, looking pretty angry is the egg. The egg says : “I guess we answered that question then”

It Is A Universal Question so:

Kurczaka jest skłaniające powrotem przeciwko post łóżku palenia papierosa. Obok niego patrząc pretty angry jest jaj. Jaj mówi: Myślę, że możemy odpowiedzieć na to pytanie, a następnie ”

Kuře je hubené zpět proti postel příspěvku cigaretového kouře. Vedle něj se podíváme pěkně rozhněvaný vajec. Vaječné říká: jsem uhodnout, jsme pak tuto otázku odpověděli ”

鶏はタバコを吸ったりベッド投稿に対して再度もたれてです。彼の横に、非常に怒りを見て、卵です。卵をいう: お、その質問の答えと思います」

يميل الدجاج مرة أخرى ضد الوظيفة السرير تدخين سيجارة. إلى جانب له ، تبحث غاضب جدا هو البيض. البيضة يقول: أعتقد أن علينا الإجابة على هذا السؤال ثم “

雞回靠抽煙床職。他,旁邊看很生氣是蛋。蛋說: 我想我們回答這項問題然後”

El pollo es apoyado volver sobre el puesto de cama fumando un cigarrillo. Junto a él, mirando muy enojado es el huevo. El huevo dice: supongo que nos respondió a esa pregunta, a continuación ”

ЦЫПЛЕНОК склоняющееся назад против курения сигарет пост кровать. Рядом с ним смотреть довольно сердитый – это яйцо. Яйцо,-говорит: Я думаю, мы ответили на этот вопрос нажмите “

A Break For The Weekend [especially To Counter The Barbie Bots]

Here They Are

And All Good Things Come In Threes

And Here We Are

Ha ha ha ha A talking egg!!! That is so funny and and and The Chicken right? Was smoking a cigarette! OMG who thinks up these things?

This post was brought to you by Philip Morris (USA)

“Come to where the flavor is…come to MARLBORO COUNTRY”

Flat Fact : The brand is named after Great Marlborough Street, the location of its original London Factory. Richmond, Virginia is now the location of the largest Marlboro cigarette manufacturing plant.

Philip Morris, a London-based cigarette manufacturer, created a New York subsidiary in 1902 to sell several of its cigarette brands, including Marlboro. By 1924 they were advertising Marlboro as a woman’s cigarette based on the slogan “Mild As May”.

The brand was sold in this capacity until World War II when the brand faltered and was temporarily removed from the market. At the end of the war, three brands emerged that would establish firm holds on the cigarette market: Camel, Lucky Strike, and Chesterfield. These brands were supplied to US soldiers during the war, creating an instant market upon their return.

During the 1950s Reader’s Digest magazine published a series of articles that linked smoking with lung cancer. Philip Morris, and the other cigarette companies took notice and each began to market filtered cigarettes. The new Marlboro with a filtered end was launched in 1955. In the early 1960s Philip Morris invented “Marlboro Country” and distilled their manly imagery into the rugged cowboys known as the “Marlboro Men”. The famous slogan used on radio and television during the mid-’60s was, “Come to where the flavor is…come to MARLBORO COUNTRY”, backed by Elmer Bernstein’s theme from The Magnificent Seven.

A 2001-2002 study by the American Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that, of all the student smokers, 41.8% of middle school and 52% of high school students usually smoked Marlboro[1].

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