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im a sixteen your old male who is from charlotte mi i hope to gain a lot of knowledge

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At 3:12am on December 24, 2014, Dyah Pitaloka said…

hi! nice to know you. I'm kind of sixteen years old too. I think we can have nice work together towards the betterment of this world!

 
 
 

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