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Guess again, it's just taken the TV informercial corner.
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Default Re: You thought the trend was dying?

Good for you guys because I dont know how to swear in English and what is on my mind right now can not be translated to English
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Agh I think its just a death rattle, once it goes infomercial its no longer "chic".
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Agh I think its just a death rattle, once it goes infomercial its no longer "chic".
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Guinea accessories are the latest thing. Luckily those birds are quite common and prolific.
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