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At 8:35pm on October 11, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
tumhare surprise ne humlogo ko achi tafreeh di kal...lekin beta tumhara surprise humlogo se na bach saka...
At 11:10am on November 5, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
At 5:36am on November 8, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
tum aik baat kerte kerte thaktey nahi..
main tu orkut pe bhi nahi...tu facebook pe aaker kia keron?? whts the difference being here or on being orkut or facebook..they are all the same
At 7:55pm on November 9, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
kia mind kargae kia???
mindless insaaaaan!!!!
At 4:25am on November 10, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
thts good
check my songs list's 1st song...
At 12:58am on November 24, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
belated happie budday
maine sms kia tha tumhare purane no pe shyd:(
At 7:58pm on November 26, 2007, stylishscorpion said…
suhaib ke bache daal daal kache
ye tu batao face book pe add kaise hotey hain..
koi invitation tu bhejo
akal mand

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