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2011 Sky Diving in Dubai [A Must Watch]

Alright, who is coming to Dubai with me to sky dive? This is such a great video! You can almost feel that excitment, that freedom.
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@AllxonLugtu @Math8T Definitely! Their excitement is so contagious. (^_^)
Very thrilling just from watching it (:
yes! ¡₩ant to doo eat also:D
@JesseJeje Hahaha! It is crazy, but I still want to do it. :D
haha no really this is crazy
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