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Coria is BACK!!!

Tomy
10-17-2007, 09:18 PM
After disappearing from ATP's official rankings (haven't played a match in a whole year), Argentinian's magician has decided that it's time to hit the courts again. Surprisingly, he suddenly decided that he wants to play next week's challenger at Bello Horizonte. He says he hasn't played a single set in the last four months, but he doesn't care, he just wants to start playing right now. He also says that his main objective is climbing up the ranks during next year and playing the olympic games.
So, do you guys think he'll lose on monday's first round or will he make it to the final and raise Bello Horizonte's trophy? Make your guess... I personally believe this comeback won't be as simple as it seems... anyways, we all know that he can play some extraordinary tennis, and he says the best is yet to come... WELCOME BACK MAGO!!! WE MISSED YOU!!!

:worship: :worship: :worship:

link: http://www.ole.clarin.com/notas/2007/10/17/um/01521166.html (in spanish)

Sjengster
10-17-2007, 09:21 PM
If he gets momentum going, well, we saw how he made that comeback from the drug suspension in 2001, climbing up the rankings all the way through 2002 until he burst onto the scene in early 2003. But getting that in the first place is surely going to be tough when he has to start from absolutely nothing. Any word on whether the service woes have been cured?

Rogiman
10-17-2007, 09:22 PM
Great news.

The guy is one of the game's most precious pieces of jewelry and that 2004 RG final is nothing short of tragedy to me.

Hopefully karma will find its way to settle things down.

Sjengster
10-17-2007, 09:23 PM
Conversely that final is one of my high points as a follower of tennis, one of the few not involving Federer.

RagingLamb
10-17-2007, 09:23 PM
awesome

Tomy
10-17-2007, 09:27 PM
If he gets momentum going, well, we saw how he made that comeback from the drug suspension in 2001, climbing up the rankings all the way through 2002 until he burst onto the scene in early 2003. But getting that in the first place is surely going to be tough when he has to start from absolutely nothing. Any word on whether the service woes have been cured?

He didn't talk about it, but I can bet my as* that he dedicated most of the year to his service... let's just hope he could work it out.

CyBorg
10-17-2007, 09:28 PM
Hopefully he'll get good enough so we can all hate him again.

adee-gee
10-17-2007, 09:31 PM
I won't believe it until I actually see his name playing the match, too many ups and downs with regard to his comeback.

I really hope he's cured his service problems, but I somehow doubt it.

Even if he has, he could struggle. He has a beautiful game, but I fear the game has kind of passed him by. It's tough for guys like him, Nalbandian, Hewitt etc. who have a lot of talent but aren't able to blitz winners (especially off the serve).

scoobs
10-17-2007, 09:34 PM
Does he have a serve yet?

jayjay
10-17-2007, 09:34 PM
Any word on whether the service woes have been cured?

That will only be known when he plays matches. Even during some of his worst times serving in matches, he was serving "fine" and "well" in practice. As we all know, practice is one thing and match situations are something completely different.

I would like to believe that he won't have this problem in his way anymore, but that's only hope speaking. The reality is that it may well resurface again sooner or later. I hope I'm wrong though.

jayjay
10-17-2007, 09:35 PM
Does he have a serve yet?

He never had one. And still was good enough to get to 3 in the world, as you know. :p

Sjengster
10-17-2007, 09:37 PM
Even if he has, he could struggle. He has a beautiful game, but I fear the game has kind of passed him by. It's tough for guys like him, Nalbandian, Hewitt etc. who have a lot of talent but aren't able to blitz winners (especially off the serve).

I've never really thought that Coria and Nalbandian had the same problem as Hewitt when it came to generating pace - yes, there are limits to their power, but Nalbandian can blitz groundstroke winners on all surfaces when he's in form and Coria during his clay peak hit more outright winners and forcing shots than people remember, usually after out-maneouvring his opponent.

Rogiman
10-17-2007, 09:38 PM
I won't believe it until I actually see his name playing the match, too many ups and downs with regard to his comeback.

I really hope he's cured his service problems, but I somehow doubt it.

Even if he has, he could struggle. He has a beautiful game, but I fear the game has kind of passed him by. It's tough for guys like him, Nalbandian, Hewitt etc. who have a lot of talent but aren't able to blitz winners (especially off the serve).If he is indeed coming back I have no doubts in my mind he'll make it back to the top echelon :)
A player like Canas has been able to make a successful comeback and these two are worlds apart in terms of talent.

Players of true class have always been able to move on and adjust their games (Agassi comes to mind), and he has a great tennis brain - something few in the game have nowadays.

Sjengster
10-17-2007, 09:39 PM
He never had one. And still was good enough to get to 3 in the world, as you know. :p

He had a very good serve before he decided for some reason that he needed to hit it harder when it was doing a very good job as it was. Obviously at 5'9" it'll always be something of a hindrance, particularly off clay, but it was never really attackable before then in the way that, say, Nalbandian's serve always has been.

scoobs
10-17-2007, 09:39 PM
He never had one. And still was good enough to get to 3 in the world, as you know. :p
True.

But that was when he wasn't competing with Dementieva for "player with funkiest serve" award.

scarecrows
10-17-2007, 09:39 PM
great news, doesnt matter if he wins or loses the first match (i guess it'll be the second), it's just good to have him back on the courts

scoobs
10-17-2007, 09:42 PM
it would be nice to have him back in the mix if he can get there

FiBeR
10-17-2007, 09:42 PM
:woohoo:

was about time

jayjay
10-17-2007, 09:42 PM
He had a very good serve before he decided for some reason that he needed to hit it harder when it was doing a very good job as it was. Obviously at 5'9" it'll always be something off a hindrance, particularly off clay, but it was never really attackable before then in the way that, say, Nalbandian's serve always has been.

Depends what you mean by good serve. His serve was not a hindrance when he was at his peak, whereas it obviously became so once he changed the motion and delivery under Perlas.

I agree with you about the attempt to search for more power. It was completely futile and moved away from his own game - to set up the point and dictate with his brain rather than worry too much about power.

I would love to see him comeback and serve with the consistency and percentage that he used to, but too much time has passed to believe that is likely to be the case.

We'll have to see whether he actually does play, because he has said this many times this year and it never happened. So I'm not convinced he'll play.

Rogiman
10-17-2007, 09:43 PM
I hope he'll be 'El Mago' again, and not 'El Mugo' like the rest of them :o

Sjengster
10-17-2007, 09:44 PM
He used to be around the 80% mark of first serves in, making it near-impossible to attack the second serve, and he often varied the pace and placement of the serve, e.g. suddenly throwing in a faster one when the opponent wasn't expecting it. I'm sure he was very close to the top of second serve points won in 2003, perhaps right at the top.

mangoes
10-17-2007, 09:46 PM
This is great news to read...............I hope his serve has returned:scared:

FiBeR
10-17-2007, 09:47 PM
i think we should just wait for him.. before start :boxing: about how good he can be or about his serve :p

lets all give him a fresh start.. and then lets see before start putting expectations again :bounce:

1 guy less to worry about, i hope :p now im only focusing on gaudio :o

LocoPorElTenis
10-17-2007, 09:51 PM
Great news!!! :woohoo:

Psichogauchovna
10-17-2007, 09:52 PM
if its true then :woohoo:

stebs
10-17-2007, 09:56 PM
Good news. Always interesting top watch Coria play and I wish him luck.

Deea
10-17-2007, 10:05 PM
OMG if this is true...and he is gonna play next week...then this is the best tennis-related news I've heard in a long time :woohoo:

I miss Guille so much, it's about time he gets back where he should be!!!! :D vamos Magoooooooo :bounce:

Raquel
10-17-2007, 10:08 PM
Vamos El Mago! :hearts: :rocker2:

Clara Bow
10-17-2007, 10:18 PM
I wish him the very best. :D He was so much fun to watch and I have missed him.

Sommarsverige
10-17-2007, 10:22 PM
Great, great news :bounce: :bounce:

I am so much looking forward to see Guille on court again and I really hope he will not just withdraw shortly before like so many other times...

Auscon
10-17-2007, 10:49 PM
Great news :)

Heres hoping his body can hold up, he'll need all the help he can get to get back to the elite level

Snowwy
10-17-2007, 10:52 PM
I actually said this in another thread and I think it got deleted cuz I didnt have an actual source but this is GREAT news.

RickDaStick
10-17-2007, 11:09 PM
So Coria is coming back to give the most double faults record another shot? Good idea for him, maybe then he will be known for something else besides the hilarious RG choke.

Tomy
10-18-2007, 12:42 AM
So Coria is coming back to give the most double faults record another shot? Good idea for him, maybe then he will be known for something else besides the hilarious RG choke.

Wow... almost a year has passed since I signed in and I've never seen you say something nice about a player... do you really like tennis, man?

LocoPorElTenis
10-18-2007, 12:48 AM
So Coria is coming back to give the most double faults record another shot? Good idea for him, maybe then he will be known for something else besides the hilarious RG choke.

At least he reached a GS final and a semi-final and won two masters series titles.
Ljubo, on the other hand... :wavey:

World Beater
10-18-2007, 01:06 AM
coria is a fantastic player. If he can play at the same level he was at before, i see no reason he cant be at least top 10.

i hope this guy comes back and regains his "el mago" nick on the clay. On clay, he is a genius.

Dimonator133
10-18-2007, 01:10 AM
Great news.

The guy is one of the game's most precious pieces of jewelry and that 2004 RG final is nothing short of tragedy to me.

Hopefully karma will find its way to settle things down.



Wrong. The 2004 RG final is the best thing that ever happened to tennis.

He has no jewelry or hardware whatsoever.


The only good that could come of such an alleged return is he teams with Elena Demetieva to make a home video title "Free Lesson in How Not to Serve"

other than that, he stinks.

Dimonator133
10-18-2007, 01:12 AM
i see no reason he cant be at least top 10.


:haha: :lol: :retard: :drink:

jayjay
10-18-2007, 01:18 AM
So Coria is coming back to give the most double faults record another shot? Good idea for him, maybe then he will be known for something else besides the hilarious RG choke.

LOL! A Ljubicic fan having a pop at Coria!

AO best: Coria - 4R, Ljubicic - QF
FO best: Coria - RU, Ljubicic - SF
Wimbledon best: Coria - 4R , Ljubicic - 3R
US Open best: Coria - QF , Ljubicic - 3R

Masters Titles: Coria - 2, Ljubicic - 0
Masters RU: Coria - 4, Ljubicic - 3

Career best ranking: Coria - 3, Ljubicic - 3

1st Round Grand Slam Exits: Coria - 5, Ljubicic - Only 15 :clap2:

Try having a go at Sergio Roitman instead, at least the comparison might be a little more favourable to the baldy.

Action Jackson
10-18-2007, 01:22 AM
I will believe when I see it when it comes to Coria and returning to tennis. If he is ready to play, then good luck to the weasel.

World Beater
10-18-2007, 01:25 AM
:haha: :lol: :retard: :drink:

STFU clown :lol:. You will be seeded for the ACC. Not to worry.

deliberately taking my comment out of context. :shrug:

alfonsojose
10-18-2007, 01:27 AM
The original juicy man :D :kiss:

jcempire
10-18-2007, 01:28 AM
Good to see him back

Snowwy
10-18-2007, 01:30 AM
Wrong. The 2004 RG final is the best thing that ever happened to tennis.

He has no jewelry or hardware whatsoever.


The only good that could come of such an alleged return is he teams with Elena Demetieva to make a home video title "Free Lesson in How Not to Serve"

other than that, he stinks.

You do realise he use to be ranked number 3 in the world right, or was that when you were still in diapers.

Dimonator133
10-18-2007, 01:34 AM
You do realise he use to be ranked number 3 in the world right, or was that when you were still in diapers.

god that really is hilarious.:haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:


i'm well aware he used to be 3. In all seriousness, I'm not even trying to be an ass, what in GODS NAME does that have ANYTHING to do with ANYTHING. This is 2007, not 2003 or 2004.

If you want to back up you claims that he could get back into the top 10 by saying he was #3 in the world four years ago, you are by far the biggest idiot on this board. If you want to back up your claim with hard facts, I might listen.

shotgun
10-18-2007, 01:39 AM
Hopefully he'll get good enough so we can all hate him again.

Yep, there's no fun in kicking a man when he's down. :p

Snowwy
10-18-2007, 01:39 AM
If you want to back up you claims that he could get back into the top 10 by saying he was #3 in the world four years ago, you are by far the biggest idiot on this board. If you want to back up your claim with hard facts, I might listen.

As usual, youre telling me Im claiming something that I never did claim, I never said top 10, but if Canas could come back then I have no doubt that a more talented player in Coria can too.

Clara Bow
10-18-2007, 02:24 AM
Hopefully he'll get good enough so we can all hate him again.

I always loved the squirt, even when he was being a little shit. Fun to watch play, and his little rituals between points made me laugh.

Tomy
10-18-2007, 02:48 AM
I always loved the squirt, even when he was being a little shit. Fun to watch play, and his little rituals between points made me laugh.

LOL, "little shit"... If I'm not wrong, that was the nickname americans gave him back when he was playing junior tournaments... I'm still wondering why :rolleyes:

Action Jackson
10-18-2007, 02:55 AM
Yep, there's no fun in kicking a man when he's down. :p

True for the most part, but he was such a good weasel.

selyoink
10-18-2007, 03:08 AM
I really hope Coria does return and play near his old level.

GarethHodges
10-18-2007, 03:17 AM
After disappearing from ATP's official rankings (haven't played a match in a whole year), Argentinian's magician has decided that it's time to hit the courts again. Surprisingly, he suddenly decided that he wants to play next week's challenger at Bello Horizonte. He says he hasn't played a single set in the last four months, but he doesn't care, he just wants to start playing right now. He also says that his main objective is climbing up the ranks during next year and playing the olympic games.
So, do you guys think he'll lose on monday's first round or will he make it to the final and raise Bello Horizonte's trophy? Make your guess... I personally believe this comeback won't be as simple as it seems... anyways, we all know that he can play some extraordinary tennis, and he says the best is yet to come... WELCOME BACK MAGO!!! WE MISSED YOU!!!

:worship: :worship: :worship:

link: http://www.ole.clarin.com/notas/2007/10/17/um/01521166.html (in spanish)

I can't see Coria returning to the world's top 10. He possesses neither the serve, the power or the ability to close out big matches when they get tight.

Metis
10-18-2007, 03:22 AM
Finally some good news! Coria is a player that impressed me right away when I first started watching tennis and I hope he will actually play next week and gradually get back to a good ranking.

joyk
10-18-2007, 06:25 AM
I`m so happy about this,it really made my day.
I always loved the squirt, even when he was being a little shit. Fun to watch play, and his little rituals between points made me laugh.
Even the people that don`t likw him must admit that he is fun to watch.I hope he hasn`t matured and he still acts like a little prick.

wenty
10-18-2007, 06:37 AM
Guille! :banana: I hope he makes a strong comeback :bounce:

VolandriFan
10-18-2007, 06:57 AM
Guille is back! This is a happy and memorable moment for tennis to go down in the books of history.

Snowwy
10-22-2007, 11:32 PM
Coria is playing Brzezicki, it was suppose to be today but it rained so its pushed back to tomorrow

Gooooo Coria :)

Godiva
10-23-2007, 12:02 AM
Bless his dear heart. I can't wait to see him play again.:D

Roddickominator
10-23-2007, 12:08 AM
Guess he found a long lost stash of steroids....so he figures he'll give it another go.

Forehander
10-23-2007, 02:29 AM
:haha: Some of you guys really crack me up as to how much yous look up to him. Stop overrating him. Argentinian players, Coria (THE FORMER ARGENTINA NUMBER ONE!!) in comparison to David Nalbandian is like a little midget. Everytime Nalbandian plays him is like playing a little amateur who runs him around like no tomorrow. In general, he's not that much of a good player and when he was world number 3 obviously there was something wrong with the world of tennis during that moment (that was actually a period when I stopped watching tennis for a while due to low level tennis) Gaudio, Verkerk and the likes playing final in the French Open... Does that crap sound right to you? :haha: If it does congratulations you failed my insanity test. With the young players rising, he may have a chance to reach top 20 or 30, but top 10 is a definite no :haha:

trixtah
10-23-2007, 02:34 AM
:haha: Some of you guys really crack me up as to how much yous look up to him. Stop overrating him. Argentinian players, Coria (THE FORMER ARGENTINA NUMBER ONE!!) in comparison to David Nalbandian is like a little midget. Everytime Nalbandian plays him is like playing a little amateur who runs him around like no tomorrow. In general, he's not that much of a good player and when he was world number 3 obviously there was something wrong with the world of tennis during that moment (that was actually a period when I stopped watching tennis for a while due to low level tennis) Gaudio, Verkerk and the likes playing final in the French Open... Does that crap sound right to you? :haha: If it does congratulations you failed my insanity test. With the young players rising, he may have a chance to reach top 20 or 30, but top 10 is a definite no :haha:

only bitches talk shit! Cmon Guille!!!! This guy is fun to watch

VolandriFan
10-23-2007, 07:01 AM
:haha: Some of you guys really crack me up as to how much yous look up to him. Stop overrating him. Argentinian players, Coria (THE FORMER ARGENTINA NUMBER ONE!!) in comparison to David Nalbandian is like a little midget. Everytime Nalbandian plays him is like playing a little amateur who runs him around like no tomorrow. In general, he's not that much of a good player and when he was world number 3 obviously there was something wrong with the world of tennis during that moment (that was actually a period when I stopped watching tennis for a while due to low level tennis) Gaudio, Verkerk and the likes playing final in the French Open... Does that crap sound right to you? :haha: If it does congratulations you failed my insanity test. With the young players rising, he may have a chance to reach top 20 or 30, but top 10 is a definite no :haha:

Funny how Nalbandian and Coria have the same head to head record, huh? Both of Nalbandian's wins came when Guille was in his slump and on fast surfaces too. David still managed to concede a set in each match.

Edit: And Guille also won a match in the challenger series :p

guille&tati4life
10-23-2007, 09:58 AM
Guess he found a long lost stash of steroids....so he figures he'll give it another go.

Well, you're clearly a moron.

Great to have Guillermo back, i really hope he can beat Brzezicki today.

LeChuck
10-23-2007, 11:04 AM
Good luck to Guille today. It's great to see him playing competitive tennis again.

Loftra
10-23-2007, 12:42 PM
That tournament in Brazil is cursed. It has Coria Ónd Puerta in it!

joyk
10-24-2007, 09:28 AM
Stop overrating him. Argentinian players, Coria (THE FORMER ARGENTINA NUMBER ONE!!) in comparison to David Nalbandian is like a little midget. Everytime Nalbandian plays him is like playing a little amateur who runs him around like no tomorrow.
What the hell are you talking about?Amateur?!I agree that Nalby is slightly more talented than Guille,but David is one of the most talented players right now so there's really no shame in that.If he were talentless than how do you explain his results?He's a small guy and he doesn't have much physical strenght so how the hell did he win so many matches?

VolandriFan
10-24-2007, 10:30 AM
That tournament in Brazil is cursed. It has Coria Ónd Puerta in it!

And you were cursed with no brain :cuckoo:

jrm
02-03-2008, 11:38 AM
Hopefully gone soon as well!

Tennis-Engineer
02-03-2008, 12:27 PM
Interesting article about Coria in an Argentine website:

http://www.rufinoweb.com.ar/informacion.asp?idq=16685

Please correct the translation if there is a mistake.

Translation:


Guillermo Coria: "Last year I thought about to be proved in River (football club)"

Minutouno.com acceded a note that will be published in the new number of the News magazine . Guillermo Coria, one of the tennis players whom he loves to return to the competitive level, speaks of his other passion, River. And of course the desire of being Millionaire.
This note, that will be published in the new number of theNews magazine , is an interview that the journalist Juan Ignacio Penlowskyj conducted to the tennis player that is on everyone's lips these days, Guillermo Coria.

The news of Willy Coria do not stop to surprise. Not only by its bad performance in courts or by the controversial statements of his father when saying that his son "must leave tennis right now". Now, the "Wizard" said that "he wants to play football in Riverplate". He changes racket by booties?

Guillermo Coria revealed to the News magazine that he was on the verge of leaving tennis for football. The psychological crisis within the tennis courts made "wizard" think to the leaving the white sport, although her wife Carla Francovigh spared him the debacle

The tennis player of Rufino obtained nine titles, was finalist of the Roland Garros in the 2004 and got to be located between the three top tennis players of the world in that season. Something that allowed him to embrace the fame and to develop a millionaire banking account.

Although not told publicly before, it was revealed today in an interview conducted in the News magazine that Guillermo Coria was on the verge of calling to Daniel Passarella to join the campus of River.

However, two years later, by a tenística and psychic crisis dominated by the bad results (he has not win from July of the 2006), the injury in the right shoulder - that forced it to emergency surgeryin Spain and positive doping by ingest a contaminated vitaminic supplement, moved awayhimof the competition and the first places of the ranking.

Now, to the 26 years, as the phoenix Guillermo "Wizard" Coria wants resurgence from the ashes and to return to be in the highest seat of honor. He is conscious that the bet is not easy. But swears he has regained confidence and has the strength to achieve this thanks to a sum of factors.

From the passage of time to the aid of psychologists, trainers, pastors of the evangelical church and their family. Notably, his wife, Carla Francovigh, which gave him encouragement in the worst moments, when the tears and depression not stopped going out to the street. "Carla was my great support in this difficult phase of my life. In truth, unconditional support of her saved me from the debacle, "says Coria the native of tennis Rufino and raised in Venado Tuerto

Her woman, ex- tennis player and present student of Economic Sciences, expected in the Vilas Racket Club to share the lunch.

Coria expressed that her woman constantly encouraged him until the present " told me I could leave. Que go to visit my brothers and my friends.In Addition, it does not lose the motivation to play football. This support has been extended to the present. ".

In addition, the "Wizard" denied the versions of which they were separated and said. "the last year, a separation was invented, and three weeks ago it said that we were passing a new crisis. Nothing that to see. They are things with which never we imagined that we were going to be involved. Normally, this happens in the artistic atmosphere, but not in the world of tennis".

As far as his relation with his profession he expressed that tennis makes him happy now although not as much.

"I am fighting to return to be it. Clear that often it turns out to you very complicated to be three months outside your house. Your house becomes a hotel and you can not be in the important moments, like in the deaths of my grandfather and my uncle, and in the marriages and graduations of my friends. Also I recognize that I am somebody that has been touched by the varita. Since I could know places and win money, and allowed me to buy house, apartment, car and giving me some tastes. Really, tennis gave me more than what I lost ".

"Today I have been feeling like more mature and balance than for four years back. For that reason I have many desire to return to thetourand to obtain good results. Because then everything happened very fast to me,", the tennis player reflected.

The "friends"

When it comes to talking about his colleagues Coria told that with Gaston Gaudio had some problems. "We are not going to have dinner together, but we have a respectable relationship.… With other players it is very difficult to have a good relationship with someone who is competing with you. But I took very well with everyone."
However, Willy said that it has a great friendship with David Nalbandian, Guillermo Cañas and Juan Monaco.

On the future, the tennis player of Rufino has thought to have a club of tennis in Rosario, similar to the one of Guillermo Vilas, is his great dream declared Coria.

Coria, the Goalscorer?

One of the outstanding things that Guillermo has, is soccer and this time dispatched to taste and revealed its thoughts: "I would like to be linked to football. When play a football match, no person is happier than me. Until the 13, I practiced soccer and tennis. The first time which I appeared in a newspaper was thanks to that my team, Centenario de Tuerto Deer, left zonal champion and I finished goalscorer. I have the newspaper with my kept affluent photo. Later I traveled to Buenos Aires, but I inclined towards tennis ".

Although not told publicly before, today it was revealed in an interview that made in the News magazine the that Guillermo Coria was on the verge of calling Daniel Passarella to join the campus of River.
"I crossed by the head coach pushing hard for football. But the idea was ", said Coria.
"the idea was proposed by Marcelo Bielsa, the ex- DT of thenational team, in Rosario lives in the same building that I live. Then, I thought about requesting a hand to him. But when I played a couple of matches, I realized that it was a disaster. From the tribune and gallery it is easy, but when you ponés the t-shirt, the booties and enter the stadium,just there you realize how difficult it is. " ended the " Wizard ".

NicoFan
02-03-2008, 12:41 PM
I hope that things start to turn around for Guille. He was such a beautiful player to watch when he was at his best.

drf716
02-04-2008, 05:52 AM
he does look like heath ledger so...

Doggy
02-04-2008, 08:04 AM
True.

But that was when he wasn't competing with Dementieva for "player with funkiest serve" award.

Ugh! Just because Dementieva has a terrible serve and is ugly, doesn't mean she should not be ranked in the top 50 of women's tennis. :mad:

Xristos
02-04-2008, 08:13 AM
he does look like heath ledger so...

What the fuck is that supposed to mean?

its.like.that
02-04-2008, 09:50 AM
vamos guille