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Definition funny of Jadran:
(yah-dran) v 1) To defecate so hard that you stain the interior of the toilet bowl. 2) To stalk another male. 3) To claim to be a male model even though you look like a Dick Tracey villain. 4) To jump out of a moving vehicle while driving your car with your friends after you suspect that your girlfriend is cheating on you. 5) To get fired at DSW.
Jack is now in a coma after he pulled a Jadran.
Songs about Jadran:
Csillagok, Csillagok/ Jadran by Csokolom from the Album Ludo Luda
Don't Change Me (Frank Xerox's Jadran Jesolo Branca Remix) by Arron & Blue from the Album Don't Change Me (The Remixes)
Jadran by Tino Muff Inka Gromwellová from the Album Historie psaná ?elakem - Písn? z ?eských zvukových film? II.
Jadran (Mazurka) by Röser Hausmusik from the Album So klingt's bei uns in Ansbach, Teil 2
Jadran (Original Mix) by Denis Horvat from the Album Let's Make Out EP.
Jadran Mazurka by Frankenbänd from the Album Knapp Daneben
Jadran U Noci by Ferdo Pomykalo from the Album Drage Uspomene
Books about Jadran:
Jadran (Spanish Edition) by Unknown (Jul 22, 2010)
Old Shatterhand-Melodie: aus den Rialto / Jadran - Constantin - Filmen "Der Schatz im Silbersee" und "Winnetou... by Martin Böttcher and Werner Rönfeldt (Aug 25, 2014)
Liebesthema aus Winnetou: Notenausgabe aus dem Rialto / Jadran - Constantin - Film "Winnetou I" (German Edition... by Martin Böttcher (Aug 25, 2014)
Old Shatterhand-Melodie: Notenausgabe aus den Rialto/Jadran - Constantin - Filmen "Der Schatz im Silbersee" und... by Martin Böttcher (Aug 25, 2014)
By Jadran Mimica Intimations of Infinity: The Cultural Meanings of the Iqwaye Counting and Number Systems (Exploratio... by Jadran Mimica (Jul 16, 1988)
JADRAN - TURISTICKI VODIC by Urednik Drago Zdunic (1969)
Jadran In Profile by Jadran (1986)
Wiki information Jadran:
PVK Jadran CKB is a water polo club from Herceg Novi, Montenegro. It takes part in the Montenegrin Water Polo Cup.
Jadran is a training ship powered both by sail and internal combustion built for the navy of Yugoslavia and now owned by the navy of Montenegro. It was built in Hamburg, in the HC Stülcken & Sohn shipyard, and launched on June 25, 1931. The...