Comment on Miku Truly “Fantastico” by Anonymous:

@13:35
Thanks for proving my point, and yes, I can understand portuguese :)


Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • Miku Truly “Fantastico”:
    Hello I am the son of a Japanese mother and Brazilian father. I come here often spend my vacation in Brazil at the home of my grandparents, and am sad when you criticize Brazil. Despite being a poor and with many financial Notice Conditions bad, is a very joyful and solidary people have many friends here in Brazil, and contrary to what you say you are “pests” Most of them play games online by the fact that cyber cafes are very common and very busy in this country, of course, many of them are …

  • Miku Truly “Fantastico”:
    Baka’s I’m a Otaku Girl from Brazil . I know that Brazil is shit. But do not judge people. For many here have far more fanatical than you guys from U.S.A

  • Miku Truly “Fantastico”:
    is she real?????

  • Miku Truly “Fantastico”:
    Sometimes I tend forget how badmouthed we are on the Internet, at least until I read a post written in Spanish (my native language). Somehow swearing feels more wrong in your own language, I guess? — A veces tiendo a olvidar lo malhablados que somos en Internet, al menos hasta que leo posts escritos en español (mi propio idioma). De alguna forma decir garabatos se siente más mal en el idioma de uno, no creen?

  • Miku Truly “Fantastico”:
    In defense of the first commenter: brazil somehow houses the most retarded internet users on earth. They are ten times more idiotic than your average btard, and are surprisingly proud of being so dumb. Must be something genetic, merely place a brazilian in front of a pc and he’ll regress to a mental age of ten. I know because i live among them :(

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