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Vote for the cutest mug, vote for your freedom :p

She think her mug is the cutest ever, so what do you think of mine ?

penguin mug

Check out my penguin mug photo set
and don't forgot to vote for the cutest mug!

[tags] jad, personal, linux, mug, penguin, habool, ghalia, ghaloosh, sheep, maa2-maa2 [/tags]

Comments

  1. so, fee voting now?? hmmm i should put more photos for mine so as the competition will be fair :P
    bas by the way MINE is still the cutest :P

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  2. by the way u should've cleaned the mug first :P

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  3. Hahaha
    Ghaloosh, Mine is the cutest and I didn't clean it to show it to you in ACTION :D

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  4. where from can I get cute mug as a present?

    i vote for jad too :)

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  5. sa7ten for the tea ;)
    sorry... but her mug is cuter

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