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    i don't understand the slightest bit of what is written on the page but someone tell me that all those disks are spinning
    http://www.kwootjes.nl/index.php?roo...ot[1]=9971
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    woah that's freaky ...but they ain't really spinning
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    Thats one helluvan optical illusuion

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    Maybe the disks aren't spinning but one look at Mabel en de Vries(face not included)at the bottom of the list will set your mind to spinning in woodyland!!!:wow:
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    wonderfull illision. gah, shocking.:wow:
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    Quote Originally Posted by dryadsoul
    Maybe the disks aren't spinning but one look at Mabel en de Vries(face not included)at the bottom of the list will set your mind to spinning in woodyland!!!:wow:
    dunno who Mabel is, but the wording on her t-shirt means "I've been screwd [but ruder] by De Vries" and if I remember correctly de Vries were a mortgage/finance advisor firm - I think it is a personal vendetta type thingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dryadsoul
    Maybe the disks aren't spinning but one look at Mabel en de Vries(face not included)at the bottom of the list will set your mind to spinning in woodyland!!!:wow:
    aaah...atlast something good for your eyes
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    :wave: Howdeee, there Sister Shine......luv your new Av is that
    actually your current coiffure? Tis quite fitting on ya, me thinks.
    And from Mabels distressed facial features, i assumed it wasn't
    a christian camp tee. Thanks for the near literal translation; was it Danish?:confused:
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    :wave: hiya dryad

    as for the Av - took me a long while to get around to putting one up again, and if I wanted to I could kit up like Trinity so I thought I would put her up as my Av - my face isnt quite as long/pointy as hers though

    (oh, and it's Dutch language - the pages with comments are mainly just pretentious spouting trying to be "philosophical"
    eg "Dierenliefhebber" "Animal lover"
    "Hoezo, prins op het witte paard? Ik haat paarden."
    "Why a prince on a white horse? I hate horses.") :barf:

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    I thought she looked familiar, guess glasses are one more thing
    i have procrastinated far too long on procurement of. And yeah, :barf: seems a more realistic translation......wasn't
    aware of it was Dutch/Deutsch ..........as phonetically coarse as their cuisine is paleolithic to my palate. You still in the South East Asia's:confused:
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