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Published on November 7, 2008

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Slide 1: Too lazy to do it? HAVE IT DONE ! Slide 2: She spent a long time getting ready for this magic moment... Her hair Her face Her dress Her nails Her teeth And finally... Her legs and armpits her picture! Slide 3: The bride her dress made She had her hair done She had her make up applied She had her nails manicured She had her legs waxed She had her teeth cleared and finally ... She had her picture taken! had

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