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Old 05-23-2011, 09:52 PM   #11
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Booooo test strips!! haha the API liquid test is waaay better, and i kinda enjoy doing the test! So much satisfaction in a good reading...lol
My least favorite color used to be orange. But the first time I saw orange in that test tube I did a little happy . Seeing orange for the first time
is great feeling.
Your like, I'm , I'm doing something right, finally .
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