31 de março de 2008

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hz'2_08 e hz'3_08 — Art'iago [guimarães]

6 comentários:

Anónimo disse...

Lamento informar que a princesa de cor amarela viajou até à Marinha Grande para fazer companhia à Francisca.

Mena disse...

Não conhecia o teu cantinho e nem sei como é que aqui cheguei, mas a viagem valeu a pena, tens trabalhos giríssimos. Parabéns!
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