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Dear Kitten: It’s time that I gave you an education. The underwear drawer is mine. You can have the shoes.
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Lebron James announced that he will be returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and at least one fan is dancin’ in the streets!
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Hello Verruckt. How tall is “tallest”? At 168 foot 7 inch, the starting point is taller than Niagra Falls and should reach a maximum speed of 65 mph. Enjoy!
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