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Re: My Son's Graduation by pocohantas(f): 8:28am On Nov 02, 2016
Viking007:

You cant be 22 & have a 12yr old son in SS1. undecided

Saying she is 22, is her way of saying 'forever young'.

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Re: My Son's Graduation by Viking007(m): 8:32am On Nov 02, 2016
pocohantas:


Saying she is 22, is her way of saying 'forever young'.
Oh okay. embarassed
Re: My Son's Graduation by davidif: 9:55am On Nov 02, 2016
ROZZAYY:

I wish
he is 12yrs

So you had him at 10?
Re: My Son's Graduation by ROZZAYY(f): 10:06am On Nov 02, 2016
davidif:

So you had him at 10?
ask lalasticlala grin
Re: My Son's Graduation by ROZZAYY(f): 10:07am On Nov 02, 2016
pocohantas:

Saying she is 22, is her way of saying 'forever young'.
u would have let dem kip asking, lol

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Re: My Son's Graduation by Viking007(m): 11:19am On Nov 02, 2016
ROZZAYY:

u would have let dem kip asking, lol

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Re: My Son's Graduation by ROZZAYY(f): 12:07pm On Nov 02, 2016
davidif:

So you had him at 10?
no 9
Re: My Son's Graduation by davidif: 12:11pm On Nov 02, 2016
ROZZAYY:

no
9


Yeah riiiiiiight! stop lying is that your real child or your "child" like how almost all Africans call there loved ones there children.
Re: My Son's Graduation by davidif: 12:12pm On Nov 02, 2016
ROZZAYY:

u would have let dem kip asking, lol

hahahaha just seeing this. Never mind then. You definitely look older than 22 that's for sure.
Re: My Son's Graduation by ROZZAYY(f): 12:18pm On Nov 02, 2016
davidif:



Yeah riiiiiiight! stop lying is that your real child or your "child" like how almost all Africans call there loved ones there children.

lol

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