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Peggie 2 month s ago
#1 Seals eat penguins irl.
       
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Kristin 2 month s ago
#4
Going by the date that was probably actually silver, thus the small size.
       
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Herbert 2 month s ago
#2 36
Oh wow
how amazing
       
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Tess 2 month s ago
Herbert,
Cobble Stones ? Looks very similar to an old brick road.
       
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Herbert 2 month s ago
#3 36
Oh wow
how amazing
       
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Lucinda 2 month s ago
#5 that's a loose tulip put in that bush , a tulip don't grow so high ,
i'm dutch i know vishenka_33
       
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Tess 2 month s ago
#9 : Wow, 3 new quarters and they are the same. What are the chances of that ever happening? Like maybe the clerk just opened a new roll of quarters and the US mint made them all the same ? With luck like that you should spend your quarters on the lottery. Oh Good Grief.
       
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