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They think they can win

Yesterday Roba posted a sneak peak of some pictures that she received from the Ultimate Champion of the Messiest person that she started recently .

I never thought I'd ever be interested in such contest at least because I don't want my already ruined e-reputation but today I decided to join the crow and post the best picture I can afford in terms of messiness.

Just take in consideration that it took 30 minutes to find the digital camera and later I found it under the bed another messiness scientists would argue that this is just a sneak peak of whole room of messiness and in case this sneak peak wasn't enough to get the prize and become the champion I will unleash the real messiest photos.



I hope khalto kinzi can be fair as she's the head of judgment panel.



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