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Hell's Keeper: the A.N.G.E.L. Organization
Character profile
Story the organization is from: Hell’s Keeper: The Secrets of Abaddon
Organization’s role in the story:  Main organization
Basic information
Full name:  Acquisition Nexus. Guiding Entity and Legislator.
Meaning: Angel is an organization created after the War in Heaven millions of years ago. Its job is to help souls that have died pass into Paradise or be sent to Hell to be punished for their sins. Some are sent to Purgatory because their sins can be rewritten and they are given the chance to “white out the red in their ledger”. This is usually given to those that have committed a sin for the sake of another, and are truly pure-hearted inside.
Nickname:  A.N.G.E.L.
Purpose: to maintain the status quo of souls who have died and need to pass on. They maintain those that go to heaven and who are given the option of having a second chance at Heaven.
Ideals:
Social status: One of
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Fox: Tyler Collins Character Sheet
Main Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  Main protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Tyler Collins
Nickname:  Ty
Gender: Male
Current Residence: with Wolf and Fox in an apartment in the Middle City
Age:  24 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: chestnut brown hair with bleached bangs
-Haircut: punky choppy bowl cut
-Eyes: golden brown
-Clothing:
--Tops: white loose shirt that shoes chest
--Bottoms: tight cotton pants with nice flat shoes
--Accessories: two earrings in one ear and four in the other, three necklaces and two rings
--Coats: nice thin cotton stylist jacket
-Weapons: guns
-Height: 6ft
-Weight: 155lbs
-Build: slender and lean
Bio
Positive traits (at least five): nice, open to other people, funny, goofy, knows how to lighten up the mood, pa
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Fox: Melanie Black (Mel) Character Sheet
Main Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  main protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Melanie Black
Nickname:  Mel
Gender: Female
Birthdate:
Age:  20 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: ruby red
-Haircut: long to her shoulders with some layers in the front
-Eyes: olive green
-Clothing:
--Tops: midriff showing zip up black leather tank top
--Bottoms: black tight leather pants with knee high black boots
--Accessories:
--Coats: short waist high leather jacket
-Weapons: two guns strapped under her armpits, one on her back and one on each thigh
-Height: 5’6”
-Weight: 165lbs
-Build: slender
Bio
Positive traits (at least five): loving, never gives up, smart, clever, protects those she loves, courageous, strategic, amazing combat fighter and skilled w
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Fox: Stone Wells (Fox) Character Sheet
Minor Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  minor protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Stone Wells
Nickname:  Fox
Gender: Male
Age:  28 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: orange
-Haircut: buzzed on the sides and uses gel to spike it at the top
-Eyes: bright green with golden highlights
-Clothing:
--Tops: white t-shirt
--Bottoms: black leather pants
--Accessories: a rose ring that comes into Wolf’s possession
--Coats: a leather coat
-Weapons: guns and his abilities
-Height: 6’3”
-Weight: 180lbs
-Build: muscular
Bio
Occupation:  mercenary and triple spy
Social status: spy
Goal(s) in life: was to kill the leader of the resistance group, but got involved with Mel and saw what they were trying to do
Describe this character's
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Fox: Drew Moore Character Sheet
Minor Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  minor protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Andrew Moore
Gender: Male
Age:  35 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: black
-Haircut: short cut
-Eyes: brown
-Clothing:
--Tops: white tank top, usually stained with food
--Bottoms: black faded jeans
--Accessories: none
--Coats: none
-Weapons: an apache revolver
-Height: 6’5”
-Weight: 175lbs
-Build: muscular and big
Bio
Positive traits (at least five): kind, loud, very welcoming
Negative traits (at least five):  intimating because of size, not afraid to use his fists, hot headed
Occupation: head chef at La Luna Triste
Goal(s) in life: to find his son, Josh
Describe this character's love life: he is very happy with his wife, Naomi
R
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Fox: Allen Walker Character Sheet
Minor Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  minor protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Allen Walker
Nickname:  Al (but only used by Mel and his father)
Gender: Male
Current Residence: Hiding in the Outlands
Age:  24 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: sandy blond hair
-Haircut: long with layers that frame his face, usually kept up in a pony tail
-Eyes: light blue
-Clothing:
--Tops: loose low cut white shirt with ties that showed off his muscular chest
--Bottoms: loose dark, dark blue cotton pants
--Accessories: two belts, three earrings in one ear and two in the other, three rings and a necklace and a gold headband on his forehead
--Coats: long dark blue trench coat with armor on the shoulders
-Weapons: two long katanas
-Height: 6’2”
-Weight: 165lbs
-Bu
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Fox: William Jones (Fox) Character Sheet
Main Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  main protagonist
Basic information
Full name:  William Jones
       Why this name?:  because I wanted Fox to be someone who wanted to protect those he loves and become a strong character. William sounded right when I was going down my list of names. And Jones just sounded good when I said the name together. His name is Fox because when he and Mel first meet, she couldn’t remember his name (Stone that is), and because of his attitude and hair color she said fox one day and stuck. When she was looking after Will (this fox) she made sure he kept the name, in case it jogged something from his past.
Meaning: Composed of the elements wil "will, desire" and helm "helmet, protection".
Nickname:  Fox
Gender<
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Fox: Fox Jones (Clone) Character Sheet
Main Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  main antagonist
Basic information
Full name: Fox Jones (clone)
Gender: Male
Birthplace: in the labs of the Inner City
Current Residence:
Age:  20yrs old
Appearance:
-Hair: orange
-Haircut: short that falls in his face a lot. Spiky with lots of layers
-Eyes: bright green with golden highlights
-Clothing:
--Tops: red shirt with army padding
--Bottoms: black pants with belts that have two long knives on them.
--Accessories: two long knives on either side of his tights and two katanas on his back.
--Coats: none
-Weapons: sword specialist, almost as good as Wolf, and uses his teleporting ability to give him an advantage in battle. The clones of Stone Wells only have one of his abilities, never all because the genetic material cannot copy all of it to t
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Fox: Alexander Gee Character Sheet
Main Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  main antagonist
Basic information
Full name:  Alexander Gee
Meaning:which meant "defending men" from Greek αλεξω (alexo) "to defend, help" and ανηρ (aner) "man"
Nickname:  Alex
Gender: Male
Current Residence: Inner City
Age:  34 years old
Appearance:
-Hair: orange hair
-Haircut: long layers
-Eyes: green with golden highlights
-Clothing:
--Tops: crisp dark blue button-up shirt
--Bottoms: dark blue pants with black belt and dark blue dress shoes
--Accessories: pocket watch
--Coats: whi
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Fox: August Hawthorne (Wolf) Character Sheet
Character profile
Story the character is from: Fox: the Next Generation
Character's role in the story:  main character
Basic information
Full name:  August Hawthorne
       Why this name?: Wolf was born as a test-tube baby for an experimental trial that the government was testing. Wolf was born in August, so the doctors thought that if they named them they month they were fully developed at. They were trying to develop the gene that caused Nexts to have their abilities and weaponize it to something they could make super soldiers out of. Wolf is in fact the strongest Next they have on record, other than Fox, because they both possess two abilities, but Fox later discovers he possess three. He was nicknamed Wolf because when he was little, Fox (Stone) thought that he resembled a wolf because of his attitude and his appearance and his insatiable love of meat.
Meaning: Means "great" or "venerable", derived from Latin
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CH2- A Night to Be Deadly
Chapter 2-
I woke with a start in a room of gray. My shoulder throbbed. I sat up slowly clutching my shoulder. An arm sling lay on a chair next to the bed I was on. I reached for and winced as the movement hurt my shoulder. Then a pale hand grabbed the sling and helped me put it on. Jeff smiled down at me and pecked a kiss on top of my head. “Awake, now, are we?” he teased.
“Where are we?” I asked.
“Safe.” Was all he said. That didn’t make me feel safe at all. I was somewhere Chris did not know where I was and it was probably way after sunrise. That wasn’t good.
“I need to get back home. Before my brother worries about me.” I said, but sadly was ignored as Jeff fed me soup. It was actually good and tasted home-made. It was strange thinking that vampires could cook, but I could see why.
Just before Jeff and I left to go the festival, I had met his sister, Meredith. She was a perfect angel. I loved her to death. She, like me, also had a d
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The Man under the Mask II
The Man under the Mask II
He’s smart, he’s bold
A gentleman that can be told.
He reads, he writes
Likes to keep up a good fight.
He’s quick as thunder
But the only thing that makes me wonder
Is the man under the mask?
This isn’t real
He’s only a dream.
His wounds can’t heal.
This isn’t nothing.
I wish I could take it away
This something
That makes him afraid.
Is he ashamed or is it out a fear.
I wish I could ask
What makes him afraid and kicks his rear
If only I could ask the true man under the mask.
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The Man under the Mask
The Man under the Mask
He’s smart, he’s bold
A gentleman that can be told.
He reads, he writes
Likes to keep up a good fight.
But the only thing that makes me wonder
Is the man under the mask?
Is it of fear or is he ashamed.
I wish I could as
The true man under the mask.
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Poems
Poems
Write this, write that.
Rhyme to this, rhyme to…that.
A poem is long, a poem is small,
It can be about a pencil or a school hall.
A poem is happy sometimes sad,
It can be good or it can be bad.
A poem is the heart’s desire,
But only comes by how you’re inspired.
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Again
Again
Standing under the sun
Hot grainy sand burning my feet
Freezing salt running over my toes
The cool breeze blowing through my hair
The sun baking me like bacon
Turning me darker and darker every second
The day turns into night
And the sun sets
Then slowly the day begins all over again
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Writing Style vs. Voice
A Writer's Guide to Style vs. Voice
Here on dA, there seems to be a lot of confusion and general mass hysteria when it comes to the subjects of writing style and voice.  What are they?  What's the difference?  Can you write one without the other?  How important are they, anyhow?  Do you really need either of them?  Wait, what are they again?
Style is the form and structure with which you write.
Voice is the attitude and perspective with which you write.
In other words, voice is the emotion and feeling of a piece of literature, and style is the technical way of communicating that emotion.
Clearly, there is a tangible difference between the two.  Style is a delivery system for voice.  While voice can and should affect the form with which you write, you can most certainly write one without the other.  However, the best writing is a masterful fusion of both.  
I'm here to illustrate for you the difference between style and voice and to define exactly what they are and how you can us
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Tips on Avoiding Word Confusion
Word confusion. You’re and your. To, two, and too. Their, they’re, and there. Effect and affect. Its and it’s. Then and than. Who’s and whose. Get the point? Good. Now learn the difference between these words.
You’re and your.
You’re is a contraction, meaning that humans, being lazy like we are, decided to make two words into one. You’re and you are mean the same thing. Your is possessive, meaning it shows ownership. Replace you’re with you are, then read the sentence again. If it doesn’t make sense, you’re probably looking for your. (Hey, look, a proper use of you’re.) If you’re owning something like your ego or your grammar, use your. (Look! My tips double as examples.)
To, two, and too.
Two is a number. Are you talking in terms of numbers? Did she have two slices of cake? Did he pick up two hookers? In other words, you can replace two with 2 (only, not really, because you
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Show It, Don't Tell It
One of the many things that make me hit the back button, put down the short story, or return the book to the library is "telling". The minute the author decides to state that "X was angry" or "Y was bored", I get angry or I get bored. I've seen this issue for years--heck, I used to have this issue myself--in both fanfiction and original fiction alike, and while many reviewers/commenters often call out the author on it, they never really explain the concept. Thus, the poor beleaguered newbie gets hate over something he/she may not fully grasp.
After years of seeing this unfold, I've decided to make a writing resource about it for :iconWriters-and-Editors:, in hopes that maybe, just maybe, it'll help somebody, somewhere.


What is "Telling"?
"Telling" occurs when a writer either:
a.) states a character's emotions;
b.) summarizes the setting; or
c.) summarizes situations that can be inferred or would have more impa
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How I overcome writer's block.
I'm by no means an authority on writing, but I do have eight unpublished novels under my belt. I hope that in sharing some of the lessons I've learned along the way, others might dodge a few literary hurdles. I don't believe all writers write alike, so I don't expect that my own approach to prose will work for everyone. Maybe not anyone. But if you glean something from my experiences, I'm glad to help.
How I overcome writer's block.

Writer's block. The dread curse of the literary world. It happens to everyone. Often, the darn thing settles like a boulder in our already precarious path and doesn't budge for days or weeks or maybe even years on end, leaving us bereft and parched in a creative desert. But while writer's block is a daunting challenge to overcome, it is only that -- a challenge. I used to get it a lot, and I still get it now, but I get it a lot less. How?

I write something else.
I'm not a rigid plot planner and I don't sink my teeth into one no
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11 Awesome Websites for Writers

GoTeenWriters.blogspot.com
Other writers I follow are constantly posting articles from this site, and for good reason! You don't have to be a teen to take advantage of their extensive writers-education articles on topics like character background, getting published, how to get good inspiration, developing ideas, writing prompts, and much more! They’ve also got a great Pinterest account and a Facebook group with a fun and helpful community.
WritersWrite.co.za
If you’ve been in the online writing community long, chances
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Allegory Workshop
What is Allegory?
Let’s look at what allegory means. Dictionary.com tells us that it is a representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another.
But what does this mean? Essentially, allegory is the telling of two stories in one. There is a an obvious “basic story”, but also a “deeper meaning”, a secondary story, sometimes referred to as “subtext”, or “underlying commentary”.
Symbolism is often a key feature, where a particular object, colour, person, or place can be used to represent a key element in the story. A simple example of this is in Star Wars where Luke wears light colours and Darth Vader wears dark colours to symbolise good versus evil.
Another good point to note is that allegory need not always be obvious, and the underlying commentary doesn
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Setting the Scene - Workshop
What is Description?
de·scribe
[dih-skrahyb]
verb (used with object), de·scribed, de·scrib·ing.
1. to tell or depict in written or spoken words; give an account of:
Description is an important part of writing. It’s what allows the reader to see what you see. It enables them to imagine the setting and the characters. Done well, description will bring a narrative to life, making it a vivid and immersive experience. Done poorly, it can leave a good story to fall flat on its face.
There is no set rule on how much description should be included. The answer varies from person to person and is influenced heavily by the style and genre of the text. One idea that is gaining popularity, is that large blocks of descriptive text should be avoided (or, at least used with caution). Simply dumping a long-winded paragraph of pure description on your readers can bore them, or cause them to become distanced from the characters or action.
A better a
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Writing Effective Dialogue
We've all struggled through figuring out how to write dialogue that not only gets the information out there, but also helps build characters or advance the plot.  There are tons of books and blogs out there on the topic, too.  But just reading about it doesn't do much good if we're not ready to try it out.  Give it a go and see what other people think.  But let's start with the basics.
What is Effective Dialogue?
Dialogue that's written well will reveal character traits, add to the tension and suspense, helps cut down on text walls of description and of course, advances your plot.  One of the most important things to keep in mind when you're writing dialogue is that in fiction, your reader doesn't want to read all the mundane things we say on a regular basis.  So if it's not moving the plot or adding to your character's personality, you should think about cutting it completely.
What do I mean by reveals character traits?
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Allegory, Sci-Fi, and Contest
Here at WritersInk we want to help you improve your writing, whether it be by providing resources, introducing you to new styles, or just giving you the encouragement you need to expand on what you know. Each month, we will be releasing new help topics to assist you with just that, and to kick things off, we're opening the discussion with a special feature on the uses of allegory.
As some may have noticed, a recent poll released in this group asked about the favoured practice of the writing community in four different (and often overlapping) features and styles. I want to touch on the two that are of importance to me personally and came up as popular in the poll.
Scientific and Historical Plausibility.
Some who commented on this style told me they regard the authenticity or (at least) plausibility of science and historical facts as fundamentally important.
The style itself is rather difficult to perfect
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Getting Your Story Written (Not Thought)
So, you want to write a story. Great! But for some writers, this can take a lot of time; which definitely isn’t great if you’re on a schedule! I suffer from this same problem myself most of the times that I try to write, but I’ve figured out ways to get around the tricky subject of writer’s block.
Step 1: Shutting off your Inner Editor.
Everyone has one, right? That little voice which tells you to go back, which tells you that you’ve missed a full stop, which tells you that the story can wait if the punctuation or the point isn’t up to scratch.
You need to learn how to shut them up.
Whether that might be Zen meditation, awkward talks with yourself over coffee, whatever you need; just try to suppress that little voice that automatically checks over your work. Right now, they really are not what you need to focus on. Here are a couple of ideas on how to keep your inner editor quiet.
  Sub-step 1: Run with some initial ideas.
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Hey, I'm Jessi and i'm an aspiring writer. I love to share my work with others. This Deviantart account is for my literature works mostly mature in nature, but if you read the warnings i set up, you we’ll get along fine.

If you'd like to see my art, i draw too, then visit my other account tinta-estudio.

(m/m) means there is male/male interactions
(m/f) means male/female interactions


My original work tends to be in the genres; action/adventure, detective murder mystery, romance, supernatural/ paranormal occasionally erotic fiction, dark/ fantasy, science fantasy, historical here and there, some horror, and science fiction. I hope, with time, to expand my current collection if original works to include all the ideas I have. (Of which there are far too many. Currently I am writing about twelve to twenty-three stories, heh I know. Whoa!)

If you read my work and like it then please leave me a comment. I love to have feedback, especially on the specifics of my story (what you like and didn't like) - that's the best! I am critique friendly, so you won’t have to worry about be going all ape on you if I don’t like what you said. I appreciate the feedback, just don’t be cruel, be honest. Thanks!!!

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I was tagged and I have to tell 13 things that people here might not know about me. Here goes...

1) I am vegetarian (ok semi-pescatarian because my mother and i came to a compromise. i really don't eat or like seafood too much. Just shrimp, sushi and clams occasionally,so vegetarian)
2) It's been one (hell of a) month since i lost my dog to cancer.  
3) My baby nickname was ducky because of how my hair fluffed up (and how platinum i used to be)
4) I love this blog: www.detoxinista.com Crazy healthy but so delicious food!!!
5) I love moon gazing. Been obsessed with it all my life.
6) Totally addicted to Witch Baby Soap. Love the organic smells and the way my skin feels.
7) Evelyn Rider is a pen name i use. I really don't feel like using it anymore. 
8) I have a special wolf pillow that i hug, squeeze and hide behind as i watch scary scary movies!!! (my family makes fun of me all the time!!)
9) How to train your dragon is my all time favorite movie!!! 
10) I am teaching myself medical spanish for my animal clinic one day.
11) My car is possessed and acts up on purpose. Even the mechanic asked what i did to piss her (yes my car is a female!!! she has issues) off
12) I have lost 55lbs this past year!! :D Yoohoo!!
13) i am Jessi. Pleasure to meet you.


I'm not tagging anyone. I just thought this was fun.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!
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Hey Evelyn. I haven't seen you around in awhile. Just wanted to check on you. :heart:
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escribe-estudio Featured By Owner May 13, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hey back, i know i've been MIA for some time. School and work have been super busy. Also been having trouble with men and love. It sucks. But other than that life has been ok. How about you? Doing well? 
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CalleighBlack Featured By Owner May 14, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Ooh. I understand that. I think at last count I had done 9 states and 4 countries in a 2 month time span. I've been happy to be home for a little bit. Ha, ha. I needed the rest and the freedom from jet lag. :)

The DollFinn and I are having a short visit. Sort of trying to work on some stuff and then we both fly out again, in opposite directions. LOL. That's life I guess.

I hope that life slows down for you and that things sort themselves out soon. It's good to "see" you. :D Take care of you! :heart: CBL
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CalleighBlack Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Hi. I'm almost late, but not quite. Happy Birthday!!!! I so hope you've had a great one. Love you! :cake: :party:
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escribe-estudio Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you!! i did, thanks again. :D :hug:
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CalleighBlack Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Great! :hug:
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escribe-estudio Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
:hug:
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fantasylover100 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Guitar Player GUITAR :drummer: Saxophone Emote Austria emote :kanyewest: mic pweez 

Dance! Dance lessons Dance til ya can't no moe dance llama cancan onion dance 182 : Dance Together Emoticon 182 : Dance Together Emoticon I say Dance :chairdance: Emote dancing Caramel dansen emote Frog dance 
Happy Birthday
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escribe-estudio Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
thank you!! :D
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