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trying to make a purchase but items will not add to cart. should i phone Cafe Press?

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trying to make a purchase but items will not add to cart. should i phone Cafe Press?

hey Will I don`t think they sell skirts in you size!!:no:

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hey Will I don`t think they sell skirts in you size!!:no:

LMAO:laugh:

I thought you needed a new training bra.:yes:

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trying to make a purchase but items will not add to cart. should i phone Cafe Press?

Just tested in IE8 and Firefox. Firefox works fine, but IE8 is intermittent when adding to cart. Changed teh settings a bit, please try it again, and also try this url: QuadCRAZY Online Store

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but they do have thongs for men (uh hem,... for u nut)!:laugh:

Hey Willy You really want to see that ?? :laugh:

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Quadnut, you know you want it, just buy it.

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Quadnut, you know you want it, just buy it.

I`m gettin 2 Bio :yes:You should be gettin yours anyday now Keep your eye out for the mail truck :yes:

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That would look good on you Demon :laugh:

You're damn right sir. I will be bringing sexy back with my QC onesie.

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You're damn right sir. I will be bringing sexy back with my QC onesie.

scary thought :horrormovie:

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You're damn right sir. I will be bringing sexy back with my QC onesie.

:laugh::laugh:

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:laugh::laugh:

With enough alcohol I could get WillyPop to model it for you guys !!!!!

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