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Botol Coca-Cola Dari Masa ke Masa

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iya mirip sih!!! @MuhammadDavid iya sih, semua juga suka botol yg pertama!!
@dewy botol yang paling depan keren banget....
@sapphire148 iya ya..... tapi isinya lebih banyak :)
@sehashahab itu botol kaya botol whisky
hahhaa, mungkin gara2 BBM nnaik kali yah!! :D
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How your body reacts to Coca Cola
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