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Hi I'm new on here, and also new to Tapatalk. So I hope I'm in the right place.

 

I have a problem, eBay keeps selling me watches.

 

I have rescued a fair few but have a few lemons I'd like to share with you guys. Look out for them!

 

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Hallo you have a Nice names

..thank you oldhippy....realy  i am happy to talk with distant colleagues.

....many damage to Ω for today

 

I REQUEST 80 EURO FOR REPAIR
Luckily he failed with the towel
I'm still alive

 

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