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Wir sind Goth!

Published on 29.09.2005 by Zelot
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14 Responses to “Wir sind Goth!”

  1. rain says:

    naivce

  2. lewis mongon says:

    a fukin hate you all goths fuck you all

  3. arkant says:

    :) goth rulez

  4. 961 says:

    NICe pic u got there keep it up

    nine_six_one@hotmail.com

  5. Disturbedangel says:

    FUCK ANYONE WHO DOESN’T LIKE GOTHS OR APPRECIATE SOMEONE FOR WHO THEY ARE!!!

  6. Elvendur says:

    My ex is goth, well.. Kinda, but anyways. I find the “Kill More People” bit a little pathetic.. Seems like your seeking attention, not being goth. Goth= emo bishes (no offense ment in that), and your acting like a extra emo bish, crying out.. Its sad man.. I wish you a high place in Hells domain, Satan’s blessing to you ^_^;; lol, peace/hate whatever. =p

  7. ChrisT says:

    How is the “kill more people” words an emo thing (being pathetic)??? Maybe its just supposed to be funny, and maybe its a mockery… But I dont know because I just stumbled upon this site…

  8. Kim says:

    you guys are freaks!

  9. Dameon says:

    Hey! goths are fucking awesome, i myself am not one but that still doesn’t change the fact most of them are really fucking awesome. hey i tell ya, you can’t get a better drinking buddy than a goth if ur gonna be getting into a fight while ur out lol, they just won’t go down, it’s like trying to fight a god dahm swarm of bees they just keep coming back lo.

  10. merlina says:

    perfect, mvery good

  11. d master says:

    Goths r awesome peple, fuck all of u guyz out there that think were crazy!!!! were just normal people but just got diff style

  12. Shereena says:

    u no what ur all fucking posers here none of u r depressed ur all taking this well but no this is not a joke its REAL

  13. demon hunter says:

    all of you are all sinners!!

  14. felician says:

    Hello,
    Christmas Day falls on December 25. It is preceded by Christmas Eve on December 24, and in some countries is followed by Boxing Day on December 26. Some Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate Christmas on January 7, which corresponds to December 25 on the Julian calendar. December 25 as a birthdate for Jesus is merely traditional, and is not thought to be his actual date of birth.Sincerely