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Yes, now "babaji" has to make four comments to get us to look at his spam. Wonder when he will discover copy and paste.
Where do you get those pictures from?
who is the older woman on the right wearing glasses
want to get her number
It's ironic how that's not ironic considering the irony of Mersaphe.............
Replace ironic with suprising and it makes sense. It is suprising how it's not suprising that Mersaphe wants the number of the old woman when you consider how weird Mersaphe is. That makes sense, right?
But then again it isn't suprising because I already knew you were weird.
Mershape he is calling you weirdo
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