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Seems like both the gf & bf have reached a mutual consensus to both things which others dont understand. :D
Yeh kya hai sakshi ? I clicked on it & it asking me to sign up for some goddamn dating site...
Sakshi said…
OMG... Its a site that rates your blogpage... and I did that...!!! you couldn't see the link on the right hand down corner that gave the option of skipping the page...!!!
Now what was the need to rate the site?
Will we have the FCC (or the Censor board- India) on our backs if we don't!
;D

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Unknown said…
my point is when you say somebody "dont do that"; then that person will cetainly commit to doing that !!

one more worry.. i can show my child only after he/she turns 13 .. so only after 18-20 years i can share this space !! oh no..

njoy..
Sakshi said…
Guys... this was plain fun...!!!
raj alakshendra said…
No comments from my side

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