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Valdemar “Valdo LANDLORD” Soda

Valdemar “Valdo LANDLORD” Soda

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A heir of bankrupt soda water empire, which he put back on its feet with a new energy drink recipe, a falling hog. The envious claim, that the drink was stolen from mythical tribe Bymbim, already by his great-grandfather, who was known as a grave robber. The drink contains a chemically unknown double-base, which was by his opponents named levitanium. Historians assume that it is a very ancient ingredient with supernatural powers.
Another of his revolutionary drink is Fooola, which has an irreplaceable flavor especially for young, heavy drinking supposedly change DNA. In spite of major surveys, financed probably by rival groups around Jin Bin, it is not scientifically proven. Among the young recently occurs a rapid change in behavior.
This talented businessman, money maker and "inventor" became interested in failing and bankrupting aviation industry. (Problems in aviation arose when cows stopped to sell milk extract which serve as an additive to aviation fuel and interest in traveling decreased.)
A heir of bankrupt soda water empire, which he put back on its feet with a new energy drink recipe, a flying / red hog. The envious claim, that the drink was stolen from mythical tribe Bymbim, already by his great-grandfather, who was known as a grave robber. The drink contains a chemically unknown double-base, which was by his opponents named levitanium. Historians assume that it is a very ancient ingredient with supernatural powers.
Another of his revolutionary drink is Fooola, which has an irreplaceable flavor especially for young, heavy drinking supposedly change DNA. In spite of major surveys, financed probably by rival groups around Jin Bin, it is not scientifically proven. Among the young recently occurs a rapid change in behavior.
This talented businessman, money maker and "inventor" became interested in failing and bankrupting aviation industry. (Problems in aviation arose when cows stopped to sell milk extract which serve as an additive to aviation fuel and interest in traveling decreased.)
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