„I trust that it was not a serious dream and then there is nothing now which can be broken.“

—  Róbert Puzsér, Quotes from him, Csillag születik (talent show between 2011-2012), Én abban bízom, hogy ez nem volt egy komoly álom és akkor most nincs minek összetörni.
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Én abban bízom, hogy ez nem volt egy komoly álom és akkor most nincs minek összetörni.

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hungarian publicist 1974
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