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Free futon

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NO PICS WILL BE POSTED first of all so don't ask,

Its a plain jane, black futon, not new, not trashed, we're finising the basement and need the room to work.

you pick up north of Brainerd.

call me at (612)810-9478 if interested.

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 Originally Posted By: ImissReeds
NO PICS WILL BE POSTED first of all so don't ask,

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thats not very nice.

what are you asking for it.

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 Originally Posted By: Bass N Spear
...what are you asking for it.

That's not very smart. \:D

This is the free section.

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Bass & Spear, sorry, but it comes without hugs...

Yeah, Jameson got it right, so don't even try to barter me any lower:)

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No hugs?? Awwwwwww cry.gif

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ImissReeds

I teach a reading program at PLHS and will take it, (if the admin will let me.)

Thanks Chris

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thanks man, its all about having fun. i would take it off your hands, but i cant drive all the way to Brainerd.

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