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This is what our WE-Villagers call a (5) crocopinion and it starts like this: Whoever wants to eat this crocoheart here on this...

Started Dec 23, 2011 0 Replies

- Whoever wants to eat this crocoheart here on this table will have to kill me first…- Hum… hum…!? So Dear Shaman supervisor, so it is…!?- Yes, so it is and so it shall be for each crocoheart…Continue

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This is what our WE-Villagers call a (4) crocopinion and it starts like this: otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong...

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‎21:01   What is the color of wind? WE HAV IT RIGHT?   And the crocopinion of the day was: ALL INDIVIDUAL CROCOS BREATH SMELL DIFFERENTLY... RIGHT?... SO DOES EACH INVISIBLE CROCO EVEN IF ALL THOSE…Continue

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This is what I call a (3) crocopinion and it starts like this: Blind or not, a croco-beast will attack anyone that...

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Blind or not, a croco-beast will attack ANYONE THAT STEPS ABOVE IT’S UPPER JAW…!?Now he or she who loves and ADMIRES the way some of us can escape from A BLIND CROCO-BEAST ATTACKING OUR FOOTSTEPS…Continue

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This is what i call a (2) crocopinion and it starts like this: "See young shaman, when I was younger, one old shaman asked me..."

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- See young shaman, when I was younger, one old shaman asked me: how much MORE dangerous was it for ME between diving into a river with a one-eyed croco in it? or inside one river filled with more…Continue

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About Me:
... Born in Cameroon; live in France now for many years... Im a social worker; still learning English... but have Douala & French already in mind...
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At 7:54pm on October 9, 2011, William Mwazi said…

Thanks for friending me. ^_^

 

At 10:28pm on August 30, 2011, Sidonie Colette said…

Mr. Deido, Thank you very much.  I am amazed by the fact that you are from Cameroon and live in France, gosh!!  My name is French you know---only my French teachers could pronounce it in high school and college.

I am glad that you clarified for me with the story and that you understood my perspective, this meant a lot--- this was a difficult exercise for a person who is not much of a Sci-Fi writer, but a fan.  I am pleased to be your friend. Keep in touch if you need anything!

At 10:04am on February 18, 2011, Jah Rootsman said…
More fya King. Give yanks for the love
At 3:41pm on November 21, 2010, DSNG said…
Thanks for the add!
At 7:20pm on October 24, 2010, Malcolm Dylan Petteway said…
I hope you enjoy the site. Thanks for following me.
At 3:50pm on October 24, 2010, Whiyayul & Diop Malvi said…
I am most honored to earn the title, mon ami Deido.
 
 
 

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