Mwen renmen sa Woody!! Se la nan nou te fet nan poussiere la...

Jenny - June 22 2013, 8:03 AM

Mwen renmen sa Woody!!

Se la nan nou te fet nan poussiere la nou grandi !!

Mwen se landan-l poum antere si-m pa gentan mouri nan peyim !!

Mw-n gen 29 ans m-ap travay poum ka al nan peyim lem gen 40 ans just like how my mom did!!! I love to be in the poussiere !

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