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how can this dog be more flexible than me?

i cant even do that, but the dog can? wow i need to get in shape. i cant let a dog beat me!!
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hehe...can't u c the dog is sneering at u..go on keep trying, lovely....
haha..bet u can't, rite!!??
lol ill keep on trying but if i break something, im suing the dog!!
@suranimh how ya know? could u believe that i was trying to do that for the longest and almost broke my spine? that rite there ain nothing to play with. LOL
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