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What have you heard about Kugbila?

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It only takes him an hour to watch 60 minutes

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oh yeah, i just remembered something else i heard.

he's no longer allowed to flap his arms anywhere near bridges after this happened a couple years back.

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Dos Equis shot a commercial with he and the Most Interesting Man in the World, but focus groups didn't understand why Kugbila didn't have more lines so the commercial never aired.

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It only takes him an hour to watch 60 minutes

HE IS NOT AVERAGE!

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his sneezes cause typhoons.

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The Panthers rigged his immigration visa lottery.

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Kugbila has a grizzly bear carpet in his room, the bear isn't dead it's just afraid to move.

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He once live in a van down by the river. And when he does push ups, he dont push up he pushes the world down.

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