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CHVIEUX joyeux anniv !

Messagede crash44 » Mar 5 Mai 2009 11:28

[align=center]Kikou chvieux !! Je te souhaite une excellente journée remplie de bonnes choses ![/align]
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Messagede nevie » Mar 5 Mai 2009 12:56

[center]je te souhaite un[/center]
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[center]et profite bien de cette belle journée[/center]
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Messagede mhaugaseb » Mar 5 Mai 2009 17:40

Image CHVIEUX, ET A TA TIENNE ;-) Image
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Messagede pierre » Mar 5 Mai 2009 19:06

Je te souhaite un très bon anniversaire chvieux, j'espere que tu as bien profiter de cette journée, je te souhaite plein de bonheur et la santé
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Messagede chvieux » Mar 5 Mai 2009 20:07

Merci à tous c'est gentil d'avoir pense à vôtre vieux supporter des verts :super:
encore merci à vous tous :alcool1:
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Messagede Barmat » Mar 5 Mai 2009 22:36

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Re: CHVIEUX joyeux anniv !

Messagede flyT » Mer 16 Sep 2009 04:22

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