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I have a Thing for SMILIES!!!

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Im Just sick like that I guess......

Show me some of your Favorite Smilies......

Just like Adding a Picture with a URL....Use the IMG Tag:cool:

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Looks like a Smiley gathering about to start here.....:D

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HAHAHA I LIKE MY SMILIES TOO...thsmilies.gif

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HAHA I LIKE MINE BETTER IT WOULD TAKE ME ALL NIGHT TO COPY AND PASTE THAT MANY CODESteethygrin.gif

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