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I hope i!￣m the lucky one! This is international right?
Great lil prize, thanks and cheers!!
Just needed to stress I am just thankful I stumbled onto your web page
Wow because this is extremely good work! Congrats and keep it up
i don!￣t think that a spirit animal can be a not real animal. Also, why do you think your spirit animal is a unicorn? Remember that a spirit animal chooses you. You don!￣t choose who you want as a spirit animal.
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Same problem here, can you please mail me the solution
What!￣s next? That X-men have Filipino origins? Or Wonderwoman and Darna are cousins? Or perhaps Harry Potter was raised by a Filipino mangkukulam at some point.
Listening carefully to !°The Captain!￣s Collection!±. Such a wonderful project, and fitting tribute to Fraser. I know you all produced it a good few years ago, but I am grateful today! You brought my attention to it while chatting with myself and Daithi Sproule a few years ago in Minneapolis. It was a lovely visit, and you were very generous with advice and information! I am learning Braighe Loch Iall and Hi horo!￣s na horo eile! Cheers!