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Oh Yeah, Who is Signora Jones?
now i'm curious too,but seriously lupodimare[whoever you are]you might want to rethink the ak47,jail in foreign countrys is little better than being dead,a ak47 wouldn't have any affect on a zombie anyway,drowning is the way to go and while your at it i'd do a quick attitude adjustment too,most[MOST] of the members on this forum aren't your enemy,why make them so?
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A Nash 26. Wow.

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now i'm curious too,but seriously lupodimare[whoever you are]you might want to rethink the ak47,jail in foreign countrys is little better than being dead,a ak47 wouldn't have any affect on a zombie anyway,drowning is the way to go and while your at it i'd do a quick attitude adjustment too,most[MOST] of the members on this forum aren't your enemy,why make them so?
A few posts back bljones claimed to be a blond with a 36DD rack. I'd like to see evidence of that!

It's really great to see you getting into the spirit this thread (seriously)! Merry Christmas.
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Found Miss bljones' credentials....

I scoured the archives and found Signore BLJones' old profile pic:

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wow not bad if you have a razor i might be interested[call me]
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Damn, I'm kinda hot.
Then I definately will buy you a beer this year at the boat show....
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Worst bump ever.
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Worst bump ever.
If you study the picture a little closer there are actually TWO bumps.

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If you study the picture a little closer there are actually TWO bumps.

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More like a two "Bagger"....
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