Paster a granmoune li gin dwa di sal vle min mpakwè si...

Jocelyne - July 19 2014, 11:58 AM

Paster a granmoune li gin dwa di sal vle min mpakwè si yon moune di aprè Bondieu se intel li blasfeme nom Bondieu lè yon moune ede w se Bondieu ki mete sou kè li poul ede w aprè Bondieu se li min m

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