Romanian television personality Simona Suhoi, aka Simona Sensual, has firmly fingered her Bulgarian airbags as the cause of a serious affront to local traffic laws. Ms Suhoi was pulled by traffic cops in Bucharest last week, and asked to explain why she was driving while her licence was suspended following a recent accident. …
Busted Romanian TV star fingers Bulgarian airbags
You owe me a cup of green tea and a keyboard
I've never seen Pythagoras explained with a live band providing "stings" like that before.
Can't honestly say they contributed much to the experience...
I thought it was about trying to draw isoceles triangles w/o making a mess on the blackboard.
That was an educated* guess. Based on what sounded like a version of the "a squared plus b squared equals c squared" formula at some point plus the triangle on the blackboard (what do you mean it didn't have a right-angle?)
Did I get it right, then? :)
<-- Cave chaps; prof's coming!...
Pics or it di.. oh video... ok..
keep(ing) it up.
Sure looks like she's trying real hard to be a Paris lookee-likee.
Gone too far then. I don't think that Paris has had the Binatone treatment*, or not quite so obviously anyway....
*Add some cheap plastic bezels.
The value of pi
...is 1.41 she'll have you know. The band in the background was banging like that every time she spewed some more silliness.
The bimbo is as stupid as her excuse.
I wonder what Paris thinks about the value of pi.
@"I wonder what Paris thinks about the value of pi."
Probably no idea, as she wouldn't know the price of a pie and she would never try to eat a pie :)
"I mean, what was I supposed to do?"
Phone for an ambulance?
As someoneone who drives/crews one, there's not a lot we can do for chest pain of that nature. In such cases, pre-hospital sedation is usually looked on with a little suspicion from our managers.
Mind you, every "airbag deployment" is a hospitalisation call for us unless the patient (unwisely) declines. I've not considered this type of deployment but its to check things over ranging from possible hearing damage (peversely, despite what one might imagine looking at this lady, the ears don't get adequately covered by the type of airbag deployments WE get sent to), to minor facial abrasion including "getting something in your eye".
What's she doing sat on the sofa on Romanian telly?
Working her way towards a cheeky girl status?
That used to be the career path...
Busted Romanian TV star fingers Bulgarian airbags..
..Would have worked with most cops. Unless she was pulled over by a WPC, who wanted to interrogate her back at the station for a Television X documentary...
Speaking on behalf of the romanian people...
We as a nation, apologize for Ms. Suhoi!
Looks like a streetwalker. . .
She looks like a streetwalker affecting gentility.
She also looks like she is about to fall off of the chair that she is barely sitting on. What an irritating mannerism.
With all the hanging off the edge of the chair and squirming, she reminded me of a small child who really has to go answer a call of nature.
No redeeming features at all.
None, especially the Tupperware Tits.
I speak Romanian, so I understand what she's saying without subtitles, but I also have this psychological condition where I have a seizure when I hear stupid people speak, especially if they do so in Romanian (as for some reason stupid people speaking English don't have the same effect), so I stopped watching just after she started quoting PI as 1.41...
Also, what ich said.
I feel for her
Can't see where I have erred...
My post was rejected by moderators, I was commenting on the stupidity of government and the adaptability of human beans, but it somehow got misconstrued.
In Romania citizens can get up to five years in the can for driving with illegal documents, whereas in the UK, whilst not being praised, people are not really punished, so if you are a Romanian and you want to drive illegally, it is far safer to do it here.
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