Police-prison Kema


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  1. 35 persons like your cock behind a hen in a shopping street,
    only 3 persons like a suite in a prison, what does that mean?
    (we talk about photographie)

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  2. „Shopping street“ – HA-Ha-Ha – that’s quite a joke from someone who only knows western city-life.
    The difference means that a post for an official WordPress weekly photo challenge finds a much bigger stage (often ~1000 bloggers) than any other post. And everyone likes chicken, no one wants to see the dark side of life.

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  3. very interesting, supposing „the dark side of life“ (perhaps „prison“) would be subject of the weekly photo challenge, then no one presses this button
    unless you put „chicken“ in this kema-cage!

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  4. Nice idea! Usually the victim of a crime has to bring some presents as evidence. For example if some of your chicken are stolen, you have to give some chicken to the police-men so that they know how the stolen chicken look like – and they need to eat before starting a crime-investigation. So it would be quite easy to place a chicken or a goat in the cell – or a bloody piece of meat as a symbol for an intense interrogatory.
    If you look at the challenge-themes, you see that they are aestheticaly orientated so no one get’s hurt. I would like to take part in some social orientated challenge. But it’s all about be happy!

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