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Many thanks to Jamaica

Berlin, October 2005. In the morning, Filipe Araújo and I decide to search for the popular Café Pssst!, near Charlottenburg. We have three days to produce a feature for FHM Portugal. Things are going perfect, though I could never imagine that very night I would be also writing the first page of "The Man Who Wanted To Be Lindbergh". This Jamaican lady was somehow important: yes, we had an amazing chat in Café Pssst!


Manuela disse…
Bom..tem um garotão de olhos com tarja preta deve ser menor de idade.;-)). E está com as mãos nos ombros levemente..sinal de precaução..
Foi aí que aprendeu a levantar voo ?? não se esqueça que aterrizar é muito mais complicado.

O olhar da garota (?) jamaicana diz.."é com este que eu vou..

Olhos vendados..velas...olhar de "tigresa".. faltou o chicote..
Rocío disse…
Então... esta é a menina que fez o Cabê simular um orgasmo? :D

O Viktor só tem boas ideias ;-)

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