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Old 12-06-2004, 02:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok mabe you guys can help me guess what the christmas present is... ok they said its not electronicle and it basically just sits there and has lots of accesories and it is not alive and its something they would never usualy give us for christmas and said some of the accesories can fit into and orange fruit box anyone can help lol.
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well we can start by saying you may be getting something from anywhere in wal mart except from the electronics department..
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car, you can put the keys in a fruit box
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this one just cracks me up ..lamo

ok how about a book shelf ?
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I doubt a car... would be nice but no.. cause its kinda electronical and it moves doesnt just site there oh and they said i would never guess in a thousand years :/
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could be a toilet
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A pair of eatable underwear? you can fit that in an orange box, and its not something a parent usually gets a kid for christmas... and it could have accessories....
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