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Q: Happy New Year. All the best for 2014.

6 years 42 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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All the best for 2014, everybody,

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**** 2013. 

2014 is going to be a blast

 

Happy New Year all wink

 

(just got back from celebrations here) 

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Happy New Year everybody , I actully made it to mid night to see the fire works and hear the Corellas (native parrots) going nuts . hope we all have a great 2014 wink

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Thanks tsonj. I wish you and everyone else the best of everything.

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Happy New Year!

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Happy New Year   

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Hairy blue ears tsonj.

Hairy blue ears all of you.

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Best wishes for all

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happy new year to all

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Wish you a happy new Year to All

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Wish you a happy new Year to All

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