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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


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michael grant

You know what would be really, really wrong? If I were to dance around yelling, "In your face, Lupica." Because seriously no one wants to see me dance.

More central female characters coming up in the next MAG 12 book. For a look at one of the actual females in my life, I direct your attention here: http://themichaelgrant.tumblr.com/post/1012290420/julia-at-tae-kwon-do-showing-why-shes-the#disqus_thread



Dude, you are so inappropriate. I am shaking my head and giggling.

And shit man, your daughter could kick BOTH my sons' asses.


Holy smokes Michael, you really got a live one there :D

Reminds me of my days of TKD, about 14 years ago. Man those were awesome times, that sport either makes you fit or breaks you to pieces!

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