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Hey guys!!!!!!!!!!
Long time no post. So just for the heck of it I felt like writing something (infact anything) to break the monotony of the same post that I've been seeing for soooooooooooo long now. Guys write something new and do it fast. And Hi!!! to everyone. I'm too lazy to even go onto Orkut and type hi messages to every one. Hope you'll are all doing well.
See ya
Dion

Comments

Shayon said…
Hmmm...I can understand your frustrations. It's been so very silent, for quite some time now, be it on Blogger or on the community. Dunno what's happened to the rest. And well, how about you? Why doncha write up something yourself? Your pieces are always great reads, man!
man..we r busy wid da so-called "training"...wat abt u?? u r free at home & can rite a post or two...hope we get 2 hear 4m u soon...
Shayon said…
And anyways, it seems even this blog is going the same fate as our community.
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