BambiTheFawn
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Still trying to figure all this out

Okay so I'm still so new to this that I don't know what I'm doing but.... This is me and I still feel like there are tons of you lovelys that I haven't met yet. Anyway, I'm 19 and my name is Amber :)
And this is some of my art!
Feel free to talk to me anytime, I'm always up for a chat!!!!!
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Hi @BambiTheFawn!!! :D Welcome! I'm Alli, I hang out mostly in Love & Relationship community, as well as Food, Health, and K-pop ^.^ You're a really talented artist!! Love Marilyn~ :D
OH MY GOD IS THAT A CREEPYPASTA REFERENCE (3/8)??? <3 I love my Pastas.
Lol @Rockron97 the exact reaction I strive for :P
@BambiTheFawn 1/3😊Aww, how cute. 2/3😄Aww, how cute. 3/3 😍Awww, so- 😲😱GAAAAAHH, what's that?! 😭🔪
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