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y7MKcl Well I really enjoyed reading it. This post provided by you is very useful for good planning. Comment by: see pron    Rated:3/5
Comment on: : love of my life Details
bwZhs2 Thanks for sharing this first-class write-up. Very interesting ideas! (as always, btw) Comment by: suba suba    Rated:2/5
Comment on: Фриц: немецкий человека Details
1JeBnl pretty practical material, overall I consider this is really worth a bookmark, thanks Comment by: i love pron    Rated:3/5
Comment on: : 10 years Details
wa9gKn It as difficult to find experienced people for this subject, but you seem like you know what you are talking about! Thanks Comment by: i love pron    Rated:4/5
Comment on: : laskarnrn Details
KrWTtt You are my inhalation , I possess few web logs and very sporadically run out from to brand Comment by: i love pron    Rated:3/5
Comment on: : Police, CopsrnrnrnA word with turkish background. Aina is mostly used in swedish projects and larger urban areas, mainly by younger people. Often used as a derogotary term Details
bw7V9M Im obliged for the post.Really thank you! Comment by: suba suba    Rated:1/5
Comment on: : Chileno for, "To hell with that, dude" huevon is the actual spelling of weon, but most people write weon or wn. WN is not to be mistaken for wno, which stands for bueno. although bueno can also be written as bno. Details
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