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😏 Jimin's tongue 😏

AHHHHHHH 진짜 !!!!

I heard he a rumor he has the longest tongue in BTS (ʃƪ¬‿¬)

WORK IT OPPA~

yassss
He probably doesn't even notice that he's sticking his tongue out ..lol

Keep Your Tongue In Your Mouth Jimin !!!

His rape face is so cute ... lmao ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)HE

HE WENT TO DIRTY LIL' BOI TO CUTE LITTLE FLUFFY COTTON CANDYYY .. HOWWWW ?????

My face rn ....
HOPE YA ENJOYED THIS ;O
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I will boo @ColorMeKihyun
no stop I have to be a good girl I can't be thinking about nasty things and dirty thoughts I know better than to do that to myself lol
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) lmao lol
@MmIlk I don't know why bts has an obsession with their tongues
BOY! PUT THAT TONGUE BACK IN YOUR MOUTH!!💘😲😵
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