„I do not admire that you do not undertake your face, man!“

—  Róbert Puzsér, Quotes from him, Csillag születik (talent show between 2011-2012), Nem csodálom, hogy nem vállalod az arcodat, ember!
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Nem csodálom, hogy nem vállalod az arcodat, ember!

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