I saw this in the Godfather once, where the Don would grant ANY favor on the day of his daughter's wedding. therefore, i want all you hubbers out there to pretend your walking up to the don, on the day of his daughter's wedding, and ask him for a favor. It can be ANYTHING too. However, it has to be realistic here folks. So no wishing for anything preposterous like super powers or immortality, as that's impossible to give out at this time. Think realistically what the don could give you today, by asking him of a favor...on the day of his daughter's wedding.
wow, good answer. although i've never seen a pink vehicle before.
oh there are all kinds ... just do a image search on google for pink cars lol
lol. i'll be sure to do that then. lol. personally if it were up to me, i'd ask him for two things. one kill off the rest of the al quaida terrorists for their crimes, and i'd wish for him to give 5 million dollars in unmarked bills.
Not bad, but granting the superpowers might be easier....
Personally, I can't picture asking him for anything. But then, my wife swears up and down I won't even ask for directions. She's wrong about that, though.
Just ask the all-knowing don....
Give me a job... or pay off my house. Whichever is easier and safer. I don't want to get myself killed.
Once one crosses that boundary with the Don, there is no going back and you will be held accountable to him. I learned that in Youngstown many years ago, get no favors from them, and keep your mouth shut.
Then you should know about it. I lived in Austintown back in 1977, then bought a home on Brownlee Ave.
I would ask for absolute freedom from my ex. Just make it happen. I'm not talking about murder lol just freedom, as in: no more contact, no requirements.
Don: we'll make him an offer he can't refuse....
(translating to beating the tar out of him until he wishes he was dead. OR threaten him to where he'll be too scared to even talk to you. sorry, i know your ex is probably a good guy, but i couldn't resist. i apologize if it came off the wrong way. lol)
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