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Que j'aime cette vidéo!! Mon dieu! C'est tout à fait génial !
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j'ai juste passé un mois labas ^^
@sorina Quand tu as vecu a Paris?
presque les meme moment que j'ai vecu a PARIS
@breakthfough07 moi,aussi:-)
Hahaha je veux aller a Paris +__+
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