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post #196 of 1290
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i see
still know 41's then

wait until these boxes, or should i say treasure troves, are "unlocked"

post #197 of 1290
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I got my shoes last week but unforunatley there was a missunderstanding with the sizing. Fritzl has been very accomodating however and I have sent them back and he will try to find a new pair for me during his next trip.

The shoes themselves looked very nice, i can't wait to get a pair that I can wear

thank you for your feedback.

i will not try. i know, that i have one for you

thank you, for your patience...
post #198 of 1290
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wait until these boxes, or should i say treasure troves, are "unlocked"


Wow. Now tell me where he lives so that I can break in I hope he doesn't have one of those guard dogs that Mr Berta has.

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i will not try. i know, that i have one for you

thank you, for your patience...

Oh, great! I understand that these things take time, thank you for doing the project.
post #199 of 1290
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wait until these boxes, or should i say treasure troves, are "unlocked"


why whats inside them old Austro-Hungarian VHS porn stash
post #200 of 1290
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why whats inside them old Austro-Hungarian VHS porn stash

collector editions of "josefine mutzenbacher",... noooooooooo
post #201 of 1290
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collector editions of "josefine mutzenbacher",... noooooooooo

who's he?
post #202 of 1290
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who's he?

she has been Vienna's most famous wh..e

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josefine_Mutzenbacher
post #203 of 1290
How much are these shoes? I sure could use some nice suedes!!!
post #204 of 1290
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How much are these shoes? I sure could use some nice suedes!!!

when manton bites... priceless
post #205 of 1290
Those plain-toe bluchers are tempting, but I'm indecisive, so I'm holding out to see what else fritzl pulls out of his magic boxes.
post #206 of 1290
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Those plain-toe bluchers are tempting, but I'm indecisive, so I'm holding out to see what else fritzl pulls out of his magic boxes.

I'm confused...aren't those boxes already in grimslade's office?

- B
post #207 of 1290
They were. I returned all the shoes.
post #208 of 1290
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when manton bites... priceless

as long as he doesn't leave teethmarks

is he not a fan of teh suede shoe? Or is it that i asked for a price publicly? I'm confused
post #209 of 1290
I was wondering how much does Vass bespoke cost, and do they make visits to New York? any info?
Already looked at their site...
post #210 of 1290
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she has been Vienna's most famous wh..e

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josefine_Mutzenbacher

oic interesting story
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