Je trouve qu'il vaille la peine que je laisse mon mot...

William - July 11 2011, 3:40 PM

Je trouve qu'il vaille la peine que je laisse mon mot concernant cela. Ma femme reste en Haiti et je lui parle environ 11h00 par semaine via le t

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