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Old 03-23-2018, 10:40 PM
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Fiit testing.
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Testing socks?
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the left ankle appears to have been broken @ one time.
The fire is not lit and piling logs inside is an invitation for a insect infestation.
the wine glass appears i/2 full.
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Testing socks?
Just be glad it wasn't an underwear test.
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I speak Lew. I’m assuming his host deal Fiit is pronounced like feet hence the pictures of..........

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Funee boys,
Just checking the rotation of my new phone when I take pics.
No camel toes were shown.
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Now that made me laugh, good comeback
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Just checking the rotation of my my phone when I take pics.
No camel toes were shown.
Wow I couldn’t be further off. That makes sense. Ahhhh, new phone, got it now!
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No camel toes were shown.
You sure about that? I see some slight bulge in this area.
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