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The Slovenly Slovene
In an attempt to establish an uncertain linkage between 2 parables, Ivo Torena resorted to impress his colleagues all night long; hence, awkward as a cow on a crutch, he was cowed into pilfering bananas, and when he was caught red-handed by the deputy, his eyes showed no response even though his arteries were friendly. Thus, a series of tribulations took place inside his troubled mind for outlandish reasons, and his whereabouts were commended by one of the top enemies of the state: The twerp from Antwerp. On a serious note, a cabal of notorious hotshots devised an agenda to unnerve Ivo until the cow comes home. Still and all, Torena has a truly unique composure, unlike the belligerent Belgian, and his mannerisms can't be reciprocated with ease. Furthermore, the notoriety with which he prattled and sprattled was momentous! His uneventful birth can't hold a candle to any cinematographic invention although his water bottle company is a candle in the wind and the pieces begin to assemble duly without second thoughts whatsoever.
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