Mwen pa kwe nan kout vole deta ditou, apwe le Michel finni...

Katchapikam Pou Plim - October 19 2012, 4:21 PM

Mwen pa kwe nan kout vole deta ditou, apwe le Michel finni.

Aristid gen poul retounen sou pouvwa pou'l ka finn fe res tan pal yo ok. bon travay Michel

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