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  1. Antypaladyn
    #43 How can you say NO to a punching bag -pina'ata?
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  2. ptpie
    good set
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  3. Enter your name
    #6 imagine someone pushing you down those steps..
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  4. Waspo
    It is called Jacob's Ladder on the island of St Helena. I lived there for 4 years and it is quite scary looking down them. Pointless fact of the day - It used to have 700 hundred steps but they put in a new road at the bottom which covered the bottom step so it only has 699 steps. As I said, pointless fact.
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  5. maciui
    #43 is "Coin" in Milan. I live near it :D
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  6. GOODSTUFF4U
    #56 - train looping is a great photo
    #68 - Why is the exposure of female nipples different from male nipples?

    #3 hot mom teaching the young girls on how to ...
    DENISE MILANI (my new breast friend)
    http://goodstuff4u.multiply.com/journal/item/541/
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  7. lolipop
    nice one
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  8. Enter your name
    #3 what movie is it
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  9. ALeach
    Kate Upton in The Three Stooges
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  10. mr774
    #11
    TAKESHITA means `under the bamboo` in Japanese.
    And it's one of Japanese family names.
    At first I couldn't understand why this picture was up here.
    But I understood ``TAKE SHIT A``.
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  11. csf3lih
    That is so perfectly right, mr774. However please if I may take you a little further.

    In the past, the japanese name their babies simply with the name of the place where the labour was taken place. Research shows it seems more efficient and convenient than naming it after its, well let's just say father John Doe.

    A lot has changed through the thread of time but they decided to preserve this undying yet useful traditional culture. You may still find proof in thier names nowadays, such as Tanaka which means "in the middle of the field", Yamashita which means "under the mountains", Fujii(this one was rough)which means "vine well", and even the latest elected Prime Minister Noda Yoshihiko. Noda means "mountain field" BTW.

    Hey! Trust me, I am a professor, and I am not drunk.
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  12. Jersey Petey
    csf3lih & mr774
    Thanks. I enjoyed reading your comments. Izismile is very wide spread and full of wonderful info.
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  13. clarkizi
    #53... seriously? The thumb is separated from the forefinger (but not in the shadow). The forefinger is above the cigarette (but not in the shadow). I could photoshop crap all day long. What's the point.
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  14. Enter your name
    #53 that might be from a stop smoking campaign. it just want to say that smoking [holding a cig as for the pic] just like holding a gun...
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  15. Antypaladyn
    I think it is. At least I've seen it in "creative stop smoking ads" type of posts.
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  16. Peanut
    Really good post. Thanks.
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  17. L
    So many cute photos! You are spoiling us! (thank you!)
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  18. 4down2
    #77 Wonder Woman .....come back ..!
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