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actually, this is really true and it’s happening in Facebook a lot. -
It’s alway true
@Bill – Ha ha…good one. ^_^
I’m Not too lazy to comment!
LOL so true. We are becoming so lazy.
Some people may use like a whole lot but I rather write then just pressing a button.
telling the person or what ever the reason may is better then just saying or pressing like.
While most beach sand is created by the mechanical action of ocean waves, Mother Nature gets some serious help from the Parrotfish: a peculiar fish that eats coral and excretes ground coral in the form of sand.
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