Tag Archive: Stranded shippscook

Mar 02

Guenther Vomberg Balamban Cebu Philippines

Guenther Vomberg Balamban Cebu Philippines Guenther Vomberg “aka” Stranded Shipscook from Balamban Cebu Philippines Guenther Vomberg Balamban Cebu Philippines Guenther Vomberg works for the Philippines Government? A joke folks! A big one! A lie that not many has the audacity to claim publicly!But Guenther did have, because he needs to look important so he can …

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Jan 31

Guenther Vomberg Human trafficking association

Guenther Vomberg Human trafficking association The latest statement of Guenther Vomberg-Cebu Philippines, stirred controversy and once again revealed the disturbed, heartless controversial  and megalomaniac social misfit of a German mythomaniac living in Cebu Philippines. Let’s see first what he said: Guenther Vomberg Human trafficking association   He got a few spanks (Usual for Guenther)  from the …

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Jan 13

Shame-on-you-liar

  Shame-on-you-liar   Shame-on-you-liar Thanks to Evan Iliadis Guenther Vomberg from Cebu Philippines is now busy not only with his preferred forum where he visits each time feels the urgency of the diarrhea he constantly suffers, but now learns how to write blogs, he learns SEO, Google page ranking, but the pictures need some alignment …

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Jan 04

Guenther Vomberg-Christopher Bennetts-Paul Petrea

Yes I read it! I also read this one from Guenther’s Vomberg page erected to my honor. Cry Babe cry! You should thank me for my efforts helping you make new friends from the lowest of the low life community, criminals like Christopher Bennetts, and Paul Petrea.  My question to you: When you met with Christopher …

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Dec 05

Guenther Vomberg from Cebu Philippines

  Guenther Vomberg Hello! I’m Evan Iliadis, living in the south of France one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan yet picturesque place on earth, one of the first tourist destination in the world. I lived in the Philippines with my Filipina wife and 2 small children for 5 years in Panglao island, a turning point …

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