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post #117 of (permalink) Old Apr 7th, 2013, 06:29 AM
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Re: Petra Kvitova Dirty Fighting in Mud: 1st stop Home Slam Katowice at Spodek Disco

In case some of you didn't know,Misaki sounds a bit like the Spanish word for 'masseur/masseuse',and her last name,Doi,is probably pronounced very much like the combination,'de hoy'('of today').As the Spanish 'h' is silent,"hoy" is pronounced 'oy'.So,if the erotic Japanese massage parlors,found in urban red light districts in U.S. towns,gave out not just Employee of the Month but also an Employee of the Day award to one lucky gal then,in Spanish,she would be the 'Masaka de hoy'..........That's the only thing that's remotely interesting about Petra's 1st round opponent...and I hope that Petra can dismiss her quickly in a similarly uneventful match

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