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Hey Mr. Moderator,,,,Feel free to Use the Correct Forum...:laugh:

I thought I did, this is the Picture and Video Forum...it's not a G-Spot vid...:unsure:

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It IS in this forum becasue I moved it here from the General ATV section...:wink:

wow. youre good.

wait...is that your head? it looks like it might explode from that compliment :) :)

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Check out #1, at least shes wearing a helmet.

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xyn-9cn0nE]YouTube - top 10 women drivers of the year[/ame]

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