Dobře vyčištěné koberce udělají v pokoji velikou parádu

Dobře vyčištěné koberce udělají
v pokoji velikou parádu

Bola by som nerada, keby to vyznelo ako amatérska napodobenina myšlienok pána Kerouacka, ale už na strednej ma Amerika a jej legendárne „on the road“ neodolateľne priťahovali...

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