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:lol::lol: Yee Ha :lol::lol:

lol, instantly made me think of these two posts:

Personally i am one of the lucky ones, i can sit my butt in front of tv all day and eat takeaways every night and still not put weight on
i think you call it worms :lol:

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lol, instantly made me think of these two posts:

You`ll get strung up when BedlingtonLass comes on :lol:

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Mr Darn moderate this you are a **** !

:D

ooo, a touch of origionality there!

one more thing, i dont moderate these sections ;)

Nice try tho ;) ;) :D

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ooo, a touch of origionality there!

one more thing, i dont moderate these sections ;)

Nice try tho ;) ;) :D

Frankie Howard

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ooo, a touch of origionality there!

one more thing, i dont moderate these sections ;)

Nice try tho ;) ;) :D

lol couldnt think of nowt else to write

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lol couldnt think of nowt else to write

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black midget gem :lol:

Dwarf

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