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Getting back to normal
152 days ago
Totally. Lets get back to "Normal"...so all the ugly bit***s can take again tons of selfies of their operated faces and bodies and think they are models.
Dont forget to also take before and after pictures of all of your foods...before you eat it, and after having a shit, to make the circle round.
Humans are clearly full-stupid.
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