Happy Hunk Day


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  1. Barba Pomales says:

    Mine mine mine mine mine mine mine m

    • Barba Pomales says:

      :may33 10000000000000000000 mine mine mine mine mine mine mine mne mine mine mine mine mine mine :may12

      • Wika says:

        Where the Wild Things Are was probably my faoirvte children’s book as you define it but, Swiss Family Robinson was actually my faoirvte it just took more than a few minutes to read, back then about 2 days had it read. April 01, 2011

    • Heidi says:

      Hey, you beat Darling Laura to DIBS! :may14

  2. Donna A says:

    Save a horse… :mat27

    • Heidi says:

      I don’t see any horses, so he must have had a lot of help…saving them. :may2

      • Lunny says:

        If we are talking about old scohol, kindergarden times then any and all of the Clifford the Big Red Dog books (partially because I alwasy wanted a dog and parents never let me). If we are going by elementary status then Where the Red Fern Grows (again partially because of my love of dogs. If we are talking middle scohol then the Ender’s Game series, mainly for is philosophical innuendos. Good question. April 01, 2011

  3. Mary Kirkland says:

    While you all are fighting over who gets him, I’ll be throwing the handcuffs on him and taking him away.



    • Heidi says:

      Heh-heh. That’s the way to do it. :may25

    • Nicolas says:

      Too many favorites. To my groasdnn, My baby you’ll be and good night moon. Reading to my little man is the best,so any book will do for that extra cuddle time. The same went for my daughter any book was a favorite when she was small. March 31, 2011

  4. Kathleen O says:

    A little late.. But oh he was so worth waiting for…

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