30.4.10


peso pena


8 comentários:

fellini ? disse...

devir intenso! palavras & venenos

evoé !

fellini ?

darmilhoaosbois.blogspot.com disse...

"Médio-ligeiro..."

Luana Vignon disse...

médio-ligeiro é muito, muito bom.

Anônimo disse...

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Anônimo disse...

A gink begins scathing his discernment teeth the first without surcease he bites out more than he can chew.

Anônimo disse...

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Anônimo disse...

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Anônimo disse...

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