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FCUKINSTAR05
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Im wondering if I should to talk to dis boy dat my cousin still like and kinda use to mess with him. He just didnt claim her and now he telling people we talk and he probably be my first so should I still talk to him
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DarkChild717
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I'm sorry. I cannot understand what it is you have written. Though, what I can decipher, I do beleive this belongs in Relationships.

Please, in the future use standard English, and read the guidelines thoroughly.

Also, could you edit your post so that we can all understand what it is you're asking?

Thanks!


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