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Fingers

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Bullshit. I've only been through it once but it's a maternal protective instinct. I imagine even more in the public eye.

Daily Mail are terrible, I'm ridiculous for reading it a few times a day so I'm probably no better.

It was weird. Every woman I know commented on it.

There’s being maternal and there’s being weird.

No one holds their bump constantly, and I mean constantly unless you have issues or it’s a thing.
 

Nuk Soo Kow

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It's a bad haircut preventing just how bald he is.
He and his brother surely could get that Elon musk treatment.

And if I was dating her...






And inviting dudes like this to the wedding...



I would be doing everything I could to slow the process.
She's beautiful.
 

jason73

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