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Comment on: : subscription [abbr. of "abonnement"] Details
 
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Comment on: : we use for a girl who Pretending cute, Pretending Stupid, acting cute, speaking cute, stupid. Details
 
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Comment on: : Do you want to go to sleep? This is not a common expression in Korea and its usage could be various. For eg. if you say that a chick that you just bumped yes it could be "wanna f*ck" or something like that but if you say that your children or friends it means "do you want to go to bed" or so. Anyway, "Jaro gal-lae" can be translated "Do you want to go to sleep". "with me" don't need be there unless you say "narang jaro gal-lae". Details
 
GiFHxV It as not that I want to replicate your web-site, but I really like the pattern. Could you let me know which design are you using? Or was it tailor made? Comment by: suba suba    Rated:2/5
Comment on: 24-7: Always. Literally "24 hours by 7 days" meaning all the time. Details
 
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Comment on: : i'll make ur mom fuck by a banayan tree n a new botanical garden will be formed!!!! :D Details
 
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Comment on: : Boring, common, unoriginal, monotonous. Originally from the standard soldier's gun developed in 1908. Every soldier had it. Later (1915) that gun was reworked and enhanced. The name for that gun was 0815 by then. But it was still the standard gun. As it was something very common and nothing special Germans began to use that expression to describe boring "standard"- things. Details
 
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