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Osama Bin Laden - Family Guy

[tags] Osama, bind, laden, family, guys [/tags]


  1. this one's a classic!

    crazy hair Dennis Radaman! hahahaha


  2. that is funny, what would osama do if he see this?

  3. You used to have a more interesting blog. After this itoot thing, something really went wrong with you. Is it too much to believe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Omar,
    If it's classic then you should have shared it with us long time ago dude :-)

    indeed it's funny, as for Osama I guess he will laugh and piee in his pants

    Well, toot has nothing to do with my blog, I blog for myself not for toot nor for JP, anyway I'm all ears if you have something to say.

  5. LOL I LOVE this clip.
    I'm a huge Family Guy fan. When I watched this Osama clip I was on the floor laughing my head off and not being able to control myself. Must have showed it to everyone I know.

  6. American Dad/Family Guy are the best, If anyone wants the seasons from 1 to 6.. drop me an email ;)

  7. loooooool soooo funny

  8. Rampurple,
    Blog about it then :D

    Ok, I want them on DVD please

    yeah, it's funny lol

  9. Jad I have blogged about family guy a few times. Even stewie. Read me more ;)


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