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@danidee lol na go look at the big butt one
@YumiMiyazaki *hugs* I don't know.. it's so addictive... I'm embarrassed
@YumiMiyazaki I feel your pain I never stopped shaking...I.. I.. struggle with it to this day
I had a hokey pokey addiction back 93. Those were dark times. I kept putting my right hand in, but *sniffles* I never shook it all about.😢 The 12 step hokey pokey program has really helped me turn my life around. I'm so grateful for them.
you bet your sweet bottom I did lol
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