In the year 1974, a British band called Queen released a song called "Bohemian Rhapsody" in which the term "Mama mia, let me go!" was first heard.
A year later, in 1975, A Swedish group, making dark, horrible music called Disco, released a song called "Mamma Mia".
The term "Mamamia", at this time, has not found its place in the world. Not until the birth of Gilad Cohen in Jerusalem of 1982.
Gilad grew up to be an enthusiastic music fan, and in the glorious high school days, with the growing popularity of the world wide web, with the invention of the email, ICQ and Surfree, Gilad adopted to himself the classic term, and made it his own.
History was made. The world will never be the same again!
The term "Mamamia" was loved and cherished by all, and turned in to a synonym for Gilad and his mischievous pranks.
The year is 2007. A decade has passed since the dawn of Mamamia.
Gilad changed his ICQ nickname and his entire web identity to the new name of Inigo.
The nickname Inigo, named after the memorable character in the movie "The Princess Bride" was considered by Gilad to be an improvement and a long overdue change. The idea came to him from a lounge-bar on the road to Haifa.
This was a mistake!
The name caused much confusion, misunderstandings. People did not know where Gilad has gone, and why they were bothered online by someone with an annoying nickname.
Chaos roamed the land! Panic everywhere! People lost their faith in the world!
This petition, comes to restore world orders. To get some sense back. This petition calls Gilad Cohen to restore his nickname to Mamamia on all online mediums, forthwith! Before it is too late!
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