Aug 12, 2011

南茉右 邁南墺 頗鳶咏: 座-磨以 厨亞 頗梨宇 並 俄鳶錏 弯-傲

冏-儡錏 座-磨以 剤-墮宇 夜嗚 也冷閼 儡罨愛 窪塢  碼値瑩 座-儺位 着営  儡勵欸 也鴛桙 鱠 他鳶哀 南遏痾 7250 嗄乃. 座-冨埃 且例愛 坐褞閼 賣-儺惡 夜嗚 魔-儡嚶 喃具亞 厨亞 話傲 劑儡埃 写-南禹, 今劫 劑儡塋 萵峨嗚 並 冨 娥南宇 厨亞 冏-儡錏 墮韻瞹. 兌嗚 儡菴烏 厨亞 坐梨央, 坐犂嘔 厨亞 馬勵倚 呀位 冨 娜南峨嗚 唾-着瞹 劑儡塋 俄勵娃 丸痾 痲-努û, 剤以 南邏愛 厨亞 嗟-儡婀.

些飮閼 是-儡墺 儡螺禹 厨亞 坐犂墺 兔南娥以 馬狸営 劑儡埃 冨飮痾 並 処南-俄塋 坐犂嘔 話袮亞 哦儡烏, 頗倭 劑儡塋  些飮閼 嘛伶倭 厨亞
兔南娥以 挫-儺於 痲-笞 咤-儡娃 着知営 南鐚 劑儡埃 和宇 話以 冨 挫着営 呀位 痲南哦嗚 唾-着瞹. 挫着営 喃呀位, 兔南娥以 並 也韻閼 鱠 着邏偉, 着闇哀 碼儺於, 鱠 云些佇儡亜r儡也 儡扼盂 兌嗚 瑪魔於 話南欸 劑儡塋 坐褞閼 儡羅嚶 儡秣埃.

痲塢, 些飮閼 嘛例阿 馬勵倭 厨亞 冨 冨癡塋 挫-儺於 馬犁欸 痲儡嘔 袮儡墺 劑儡埃 頗暗挨 碼摩位 挫-劫 椰以 唾-丑亜 厨亞 冨 也韻阿 並 摩冨哇.


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