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    We've all been there....

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    Geeezzz, forgot all about King's X! Great share Bill!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin View Post
    Geeezzz, forgot all about King's X! Great share Bill!
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    Whispering in his ear my magic potion for love telling him I'm sincere & there is nothing to good for us.


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