Friday, November 11, 2011


What did the mallet say to the bat and the bird?!


Eliana Llanes said...

Really good one!! I have an idea for you. Well, the flowers (a rose for example) need water to exist. Why not use Batman's and Robin`s blood to feed Poison Ivy? (I love her, and i am a little crazy as yours Twisted Princess Aurora).

Eman sherkawy said...

خدمات تنظيف بالمملكه
شركة غسيل الخزانات براس التنوره
شركة نقل اثاث بالجبيل
شركة مكافحة صراصير بالدمام

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