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17 today!!!

I have to change my profile now coz I'm 17 now 😂 

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  • Happy birthday. Gosh, you are younger than my son and still further ahead than me in writing novels!

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    • Thank you so much😂

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    • Happy birthday, Sibo 😊

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      • Thank you!!!

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      • Happy birthday 🎉🎂  indeed. 

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        • Thank you!😊

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        • Happy B-day! I hope you did something fun.

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          • I did, thank you!
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          • Happy birthday, Sibo!!!!!!!!!!!! (This is not my dog but it looks a bit like him!) 

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            • Thank you so much!!! This dog is so cute 😍

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              • Had one like that. Cake and probably the candle would be gone before you click the shutter.

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