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Posted: Tuesday, August 19, 2014 12:27 AM


You know girls, I am looking for like minded girls that want to go out and have fun. Lets meet up and plan a night to hit the clubs, see which ones are good and the ones that are time wasters! I would like to create a club, a private social club for us / girls that....we can find what were looking for and find your thing..... in a peraonal way........ you know the rest of the story! Here is some explaination here........ 614-581-one eight six seven
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