OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by riswan christianto » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:16:34 GMT


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 Wowwwww marcella so sweet nyimpen foto2 sis ping2

Happy bdayyyy sis... muah2 pake bibir marcella

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Happy birthday dud....wish you all te bes

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OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by Dedi Sopian » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:17:47 GMT


 ternyata Bos Tio masih muda, tuaan saya nih kemana-mana.
Happy birth Day

2010/7/20 marcel aditya <marceldr...@gmail.com>




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OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by Jeffry Leonardus » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:19:08 GMT


 Hmm.. lu lengkap banget sih fotonya sis Ping2 ? Sering dijadiin bahan yak?
:p

Emm.. btw.. happy bday c*k ping2,, semoga panjang umur, lancar rejeki, dan
disayang ma MarcelHo..

*mabur*

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Happy birthday dud....wish you all te bes

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OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by Ayip S » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:25:55 GMT


 Wuikk statusnya kawin mulu, kapan nikahnya LOL

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OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by Nareen kameshwara » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 01:35:10 GMT


 Emang beda klo perlakuan dr simpenan. Happy birthday lagi sis ping. Buat
marcel...selamat menikmati. Hahaha...

On 20 Jul 2010 00:19, "Jeffry Leonardus" <leonardusjeff.andr...@gmail.com>



Hmm.. lu lengkap banget sih fotonya sis Ping2 ? Sering dijadiin bahan yak?
:p

Emm.. btw.. happy bday c*k ping2,, semoga panjang umur, lancar rejeki, dan
disayang ma MarcelHo..

*mabur*

~~~
@leonardusjeff
~~~~~~
# Home is Where Google is #




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OOT happy birthday AGAIN pingho

by Iqbal Z » Tue, 20 Jul 2010 06:18:29 GMT


 Dirgahayu dik Tio :), huehehe *berasa tua gw*
Sukses terus ya bisnisnya




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