Re: Terimakasih ya.. Re: OOT : Happy Birthday Suhi Enya

by Edo Nugraha » Sun, 19 Dec 2010 13:14:52 GMT


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 Kok nte enya disini dipanggil suhi ya..
:bingung mode on:




hihihi.. tengkiu yah bro Fit n sis Jep..
mmuaachh...

2010/12/19 jeffry leonardus <leonardusjeff.andr...@gmail.com>


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Re: Terimakasih ya.. Re: OOT : Happy Birthday Suhi Enya

by Krismanto Susilo » Sun, 19 Dec 2010 13:49:04 GMT


 Suhi Enya. Happy birthday ya. Maaf telat. Wish u all the best.






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