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Happy Birthday bunt2k!

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Thought you were going to sneak away without anyone noticing...

Hope you had a great day!

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Happy Birthday Bunk. Otter got you. smile.gif

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Thanks guys! 31 years young, hadda pop a few ibpropins this am to get the aches out of the joints laugh.gif

Wish I could have spent the day on the water frown.gif Hopefully tomorrow! smile.gif

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31 geezzzzzz make the rest of us feel old!!!! lol well anyway i havnt met ya yet but french lake kid says your a good guy so your a friend of mine!!!! happy birthday and i wish i was 31 again!!!!!!

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