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    USA - Northern California
    Like this title says, this is a thread where you can pretty much talk about anything. Only rule is, NO BASHING one another. Just thought this might help make the norcal forum a little bit more lively. Post Away buddies!!!!!!!!!!! :naughty: :burnout: :wiggle: :AF:
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    USA - Southern California
    I love Lisa. :o: New OT thread b*tches. Post a girl if you own the page or GTFO. Whore it up! :headbang: There's a WW tag but keep it under control. No nudes, Po5 or anything crazy since people are having trouble viewing it at work. :rice:
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