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Topic: [Snark] GODISNOWHERE
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Re: [Snark] GODISNOWHERE
Posted: Feb 20, 2013 3:59 PM
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Yo tonteé alguna vez con un chiste que usaba el hecho de que "Es caperucita
roja" ~ "Escape, rusita roja".


2013/2/20 siempre yo <nialmn@gmail.com>

> Había un programa de radio que se llamaba "Se nos viene la noche" que en
> una de sus publicidades jugaban diciendola más lento hasta que decían "
> senos vi en él anoche"
> eGLY
>
> 2013/2/20 Jaime Rudas <jrudasl@gmail.com>
>

>> Me hace recordar un grafiti: más palomas palo más palo
>>
>> El miércoles, 20 de febrero de 2013, Rodolfo Kurchan escribió:
>>
>> godisnowhere A psychological word puzzle, which changes meaning depending

>>> on where you choose to put the spaces. People think your first
>>> understanding of it shows your view or belief about God. Ie godisnowhere
>>> could be read as 'god is nowhere' or 'god is now here'.
>>>
>>> Existe algo similar en español?
>>>
>>> Saludos,
>>> Rodolfo
>>>

>>
>>
>> --
>> Saludos,
>>
>> Jaime Rudas
>> Bogotá
>>
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